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Undeniable, Ink. is a multi-media production company founded by writing partners Jen Bosworth-Ramirez and Gina Pulice, who met as acting students at The Theatre School at DePaul University. Each having written, performed, and directed from San Francisco to Chicago to New York, they now write collaboratively. They have written an original television series, two original screenplays, two original stageplays, countless monologues, sketches, one-acts, and eulogies.
Here at Undeniable, Ink. not only can you follow Jen and Gina's creative journey, but you can also join in and become part of the Undeniable community. Inspired by a need for more uncompromising stories told from women's perspectives, Jen and Gina want to inspire you and be inspired by you.
What makes us each undeniable?
Together, we are undeniable.
The Writing Team
Jen Bosworth-Ramirez is a Latinx writer and actor from Evanston, IL. She is a graduate of The Theatre School at DePaul University. Jen is the current recipient of the Jan Marino Scholarship at Stephens College. She is part of the Stephens College Master’s in Screenwriting-Writing for Film & Television Program, set to earn her MFA in 2022. Jen has appeared in numerous television episodics and her one-woman show, Why not me...Love, Cancer, and Jack White had three successful runs in Chicago and was a breakout hit of the famous New York International Fringe Festival. Jen currently lives with her skateboarding lawyer husband in Los Angeles and writes film and television scripts with her writing partner in crime, Gina Pulice.
Gina is a writer, director, performer, and podcaster. She earned her BFA in Acting at The Theatre School (DePaul University) and her Masters in Social Work at Loyola. Writing credits include: Have They Opened Their Eyes Yet?, a full-length play; "Remains", a short play co-written with Jen Bosworth-Ramirez; "Cipher", a short play; Seventh Veil, an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s Salome; Kiki, an original television series co-written with Jen Bosworth-Ramirez, and Julia, an original screenplay co-written with Jen Bosworth-Ramirez. Directing credits include: Cry It Out by Molly Smith Metzler (Thrown Stone Theatre Company, CT Premiere); "A Christmas Memory" by Truman Capote (Theatre Artists Workshop); Blanco y Negro by Virgilio Piñera with original translation by Aaron Krasner (Shotgun Players); Where All Good Rabbits Go by Karina Cochran (Thrown Stone Theatre Company, East Coast Premiere); Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas (Shotgun Players). Acting credits include: Flossy in "Meet Me in The Lobby" by Laura Thoma, Dottie in Noises Off by Michael Frayn, Woman in Orgasmo Adulto Escapes from the Zoo by Franca Rame and Dario Fo, Fifi in The Big Funk by John Patrick Shanley, and Dedé in En el Tiempo de las Mariposas by Julia Alvarez. Gina lives on the East Coast with her husband and three children. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.