Jordyn Fulcher is a writer hailing from the south-west Sydney, Australia. She is known for her emotionally charged works, where she crafts complex characters and vivid imagery to explore the intricacies of the human experience. Her experiences as a queer and disabled artist are deeply connected to her approach and practice.
She completed an Advanced Diploma in Acting at the Academy of Film, Theatre, and Television (AFTT) in 2017, and graduated with a MFA in Writing for Performance from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 2022.
From 2019 to 2021, she was part of the Emerging Writers Group at Sydney Theatre Company (STC). In 2020, she made her writing debut with her short monologue titled Ex Utero, which was showcased in Sydney Theatre Company Virtual. Additionally, her adaptation of August Strindberg’s A Dream Play, titled DRRRM Play, which was featured in NIDA’s Festival of Emerging Artists. Another one of her works, Cat Piss, was selected for Next in Line at Darlinghurst Theatre Company (DTC). Moving forward into 2021, she wrote The End of Everything from the Perspective of Lawn Chairs for STC and NIDA’s collaborative production, Eat Me. In 2022, she collaborated with NIDA to develop her play titled Anomalies, and also worked alongside Milo McLaughlin on a “de-composition” piece titled GROSS METAL BODY SHIT, which was performed at the Ralph Wilson Theatre as part of the event titled This is What We Have Today.