Jennifer McCray Rincón


Founder & Artistic Director

Jennifer McCray Rincón received her BA in Theatre Studies from Yale University and an MFA in Directing from the Yale School of Drama.  She was recipient of an NEA Directing Fellowship at Playwright’s Horizons in NYC and a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship in Bogota, Colombia.  After many years in New York, Ms. Rincón came to Denver as the Head of Acting at the National Theatre Conservatory, where she remained from 1991 through 2008. At the DCPA Ms. Rincón taught acting in the 3-year MFA Acting program and directed over 100 productions including Equus, Othello, The Laramie Project, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, The 365 Project, and Monte Carlo.

Ms. Rincón has worked locally with El Centro Su Teatro, Shadow Theatre Company, and with the University of Colorado at Denver.  She was the Artistic Director of the Lizardhead Theatre Company in Telluride, CO, for five seasons, and is currently the Executive Artistic Director of Visionbox.  Ms. Rincón founded Visionbox in December of 2010 as a project of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center.  Visionbox is a professional actors’ studio that supports the work of visionary artists through professional training and public performance.  

As Artistic Director of Visionbox, Ms. Rincón wrote and directed My Two Sisters, an adaptation of Chekhov’s Three Sisters and The Othello Project, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello focusing on contemporary stories of domestic violence.

Ms. Rincon works in Spanish and English.  She has three children, Catalina, 21, Sonia, 18, and Carlo, 13.

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