Jonathan Winn

Jonathan Winn is a founder and Co-Artistic Director of Thrown Stone, where he directed a reading of The Fields of Blue and Glow by Corinna Schulenburg; and the New England premiere of The Arsonists by Jacqueline Goldfinger. He performed the role of Danny in the U.S. premiere of Ross Dunsmore’s Milk, and Mitchell in the Connecticut Premiere of Cry It Out by Molly Smith Metzler. In 2023 he will direct the world premiere of Seven Cousins for a Horse by Tammy Ryan.

Jonathan has performed, directed, and produced theatre extensively in Los Angeles, New York, and Montana. He directed the world premiere of Passchendaele by John Rafter Lee at the New York International Fringe Festival. He has acted in new plays by John Guare (Lydie Breeze, West Coast Premiere, Open Fist Theatre Company), David Edgar (Pentecost, Los Angeles Premiere, Evidence Room), Paul Mullin (An American Book of the Dead*, The Game Show†, World Premiere, Circle X Theatre Company, and Grendel, World Premiere, Circle X Theatre Company), Melanie Marnich (Blur, West Coast Premiere, Meadows Basement Theatre Company), George Larkin (Trés Grimm, World Premiere, The MET Theatre), Pete Edwards (Size Ten or G-Men, World Premiere, Troy Rep) and numerous others. Jonathan earned his BFA in Theatre from the University of Southern California and apprenticed at the La Jolla Playhouse. He also holds a Masters in User Experience (UX) Research and Design from the University of Michigan.