Amina Henry is the former Literary Associate for the Civilians. As a playwright, her work has been produced and/or developed by: Clubbed Thumb, HERE Arts Center, the Flea, the Cell: a 21st Century Salon, Dixon Place, Theater for the New City, the Brick, Drama of Works, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Kitchen Dog Theater, Brooklyn College, Texas State University, among others. She is currently an adjunct lecturer at Brooklyn College, as well as a teaching artist for the Shakespeare Society and the Teachers & Writers Collaborative. She is a graduate of Yale University, NYU's Performance Studies MA program and the MFA Playwriting program at Brooklyn College.
“We never felt like 'professional' professional artists.” German theater collective Turbo Pascal aggressively creates free and public art in a country where the state-run theater monopolizes professional opportunities.