Gina Young
Music & Performance
Part of the series In Real Life: Studio

Gina Young

SEP 27, OCT 25, NOV 10 & DEC 2, 2016

In Real Life: Studio provides a glimpse into the working processes of artists. Throughout the fall a select group of artists utilizes spaces in the museum to convene and rehearse new material, including theater, dance, music, and performance. While some artists and collectives will simply discuss or workshop material, others will produce a new project from rehearsal to final performance. 


Gina Young is a Los Angeles-based theatre artist. Her work often incorporates music, movement, and queer feminist themes.

Gina has toured nationally and internationally with music and theater projects. Her work has shown at REDCAT, Highways, The Women's Center for Creative Work, WOW Cafe Theatre, HERE, BAX, Carrie Hamilton Theatre at the Pasadena Playhouse, BRIC Studio Theater, The FUSE Festival curated by Dixon Place, Baltimore Playwrights Festival and the Page to Stage Festival at the Kennedy Center.

Plays include Femmes: A Tragedy, which won the Jane Chambers Award for Playwriting and was hailed as "slyly riotous" and "dazzlingly reconceived" by The Hollywood Reporter; sSISTERSs, which was developed through the Studio Series at REDCAT and was a Finalist for the Drama League's Beatrice Terry Residency; and Asuncion Playwrights Project Semi-Finalist Tales of a Fourth Grade Lesbo.

Gina studied drama at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She is the creator of Feminist Acting Class and a member of the Dramatists Guild. Her primary artistic interest is queering both content and form.

Attending this program?

Location: Courtyard
Ticketing: This drop-in program is not ticketed.
Parking: Under the museum. Rates are $6 for the first three hours with museum validation, and $3 for each additional 20 minutes, with a $20 daily maximum. Cash only. 

In Real Life: Studio is a Public Engagement project organized by January Parkos Arnall, curatorial associate, Public Engagement.

The Hammer Museum’s Public Engagement program is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.