Jhanaë Bonnick

Stage Manager/Artist

Jhanaë Bonnick (she/her/hers) is a Caribbean-American AEA Stage Manager and Administrator who is passionate about the power of language, education, and community. Committed to cultivating the future of the industry and the world, Jhanaë finds her most fulfilling work is on material steeped in working towards collective liberation in ways both big and small. She is a core leader in Everybody Black – a new membership organization whose goal is to make the American Theatre Industry not only anti-racist, but pro-Black and she was recently selected for the inaugural list of “Women to Watch on Broadway.” Credits include – With the TEAM: Reconstruction and Primer for a Failed Superpower. Broadway: Caroline, or Change, Slave Play, Hadestown, Gary, Six Degrees of Separation, and The Cherry Orchard. Select Off-Broadway: Octet, Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future, Light Shining in Buckinghamshire. Select Regional: Lempicka. BA SUNY New Paltz. @jhanaekcb