Jordan Broberg (she/they) is a writer, director and performer and has been involved in over seventy theatrical productions since the age of thirteen. She is a proud member of AEA and Includiance, a division of Schmengie Inc., a production company founded by Alexandra Billings and Chrisanne Blankenship-Billings that partners with GLAAD to increase representation of LGBTQ+ on screen. In the last decade, Broberg has worn every single hat available to her. From production assisting on an Aaron Sorkin film, to stage managing a one-woman show off-Broadway, there isn't anything that she won't try when it comes to storytelling.
Broberg's first feature, HERMANA, was up for consideration for the 2023 Sundance Screenwriters Lab. Since then, the script has been recognized at Austin Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Awards, the LA Independent Women in Film Awards, the LGBTQ+ Toronto Film Festival and the Golden Pen Script Awards. Her collection of poetry, “I Forgot My Parachute This Time” was published by Gatekeeper Press in the spring of 2021 and is available for purchase at select retailers. Currently, Broberg is penning her solo show, HOT FUDGE, which will premiere this spring.
Broberg is an alumni of the USC School of Dramatic Arts and currently resides in Los Angeles.