A.R.T.: Debut. New York: Off-Broadway: upcoming Luck of the Irish (by Kristen Greenidge), LCT3; Milk Like Sugar (by Kirsten Greenidge), Playwrights Horizons; Orlando (by Sarah Ruhl), Classic Stage Company; Dark Sisters (world premiere, music by Nico Muhly, libretto by Stephen Karam), Music Theater Group/Gotham Opera at John Jay; Orpheus (by Telemann), New York City Opera; The Scene (by Theresa Rebeck), Second Stage; Menopausal Gentleman, The Ohio Theatre. Regional: The Winter’s Tale, upcoming at McCarter Theatre and Shakespeare Theatre Company; Sleeping Beauty Wakes (book by Rachel Sheinkin, music and lyrics by Groove Lilly), Twelfth Night, McCarter Theatre; Milk Like Sugar (world premiere), La Jolla Playhouse; She Loves Me, Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Cymbeline, Twelfth Night, and The Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare Theater Company; Dead Man’s Cell Phone (world premiere, by Sarah Ruhl), The Clean House (by Sarah Ruhl, 2006 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Resident Play), Woolly Mammoth; The Evildoers (world premiere by David Adjmi), Iphigeneia at Aulis, Yale Repertory; The Green Violin, (world premiere by Elise Thoron with music by Frank London, 2003 Barrymore Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical), The Prince Music Theatre; Swimming in March (world premiere by Kate Robin, 2001 IRNE Award for Best New Play), The Market Theater; Oklahoma City (by Tom Cole), Theatre Offensive. Currently co-creating new piece Rehearsing Vengeance with Paula Vogel for OSF and Yale Repertory Theatre. Instructor: The O’Neill National Theater Institute, MIT, Yale University, and the University of Maryland. Training/Affiliations: TCG New Generations Grant Recipient with Woolly Mammoth, Drama League Directing Fellowship, MFA from Yale School of Drama.
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