Jordan Shea is a Filipino-Australian writer for stage and screen. A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts (Writing) and the University of Notre Dame (Theatre, English & Education), his extensive body of work has been shortlisted or awarded runner-up for the Lysicrates Prize 2023 (Malacañang made us), the Australian Theatre Festival’s New Play Award (They’re not listening) and the SBW Award (Ate Lovia). Recent credits include: One Hour No Oil (co-writer with Kenneth Moraleda – KXT), Ate Lovia (Fitz), CAGE (Old 505) and Kasama Kita (Belvoir 25a). His work has been developed at Sydney Theatre Company (Barbaric Truth), the Melbourne Theatre Company (Malacañang made us) and with Australian Plays Transform (The Grocer) . Jordan won the Writing NSW Varuna House Fellowship and was a Philip Parsons co-fellow at Belvoir, and is currently commissioned by Performing Lines and Australian Plays Transform to develop a new verbatim theatre work centering Filipino community leaders. He is currently developing new works for the screen and stage. A sought after teacher of Writing, Jordan is also a qualified secondary school teacher (English), with experience in both educational and cultural systems, including working at Belvoir, The University of Notre Dame, the Sydney Fringe Festival and CAAP. Jordan is a proud member of the Australian Writers Guild.