Eboni Hogan is a Brooklyn-based poet, playwright, screenwriter, actress and arts educator. She studied theater at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. In 2012, her play “Foreign Bodies” was produced by the Culture Project and Poetic Theater Productions as part of the Women Center Stage Festival at The Living Theater. Her most recent play “30,000 Teeth” had its first reading at the National Black Theatre of Harlem as a part of their I Am Soul reading series. As a performance poet, she has toured extensively, performing in over 65 U.S. cities, as well as internationally in Germany, Austria, India and Ghana. In 2010, she was crowned the Women of the World Poetry Slam champion. As an actress, she has appeared in the indie film “Moon & Sun” and the short film “Where You Go” which will be screened at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. The pilot episode of her web series “The Pudding Club” is currently available online. Eboni is also the English Language Arts Curriculum Coordinator for Fresh Ed (Urban Arts Partnership). When she isn’t writing curriculum or making art, she’s trying to convince her 3.5 year old son to eat actual food.
Photo Credit: Demetrius Wren
With Poetic Theater Productions:
Playwright and Actress for Foreign Bodies in Culture Project’s Women Center Stage Festival and in Poetic License 2012 and 2013
Poet/Playwright in “Presents…” development series
Actress for The Encyclopedia Show NYC: Bears; The Moon; The Visual Spectrum; Explosives; and Vice-Presidents