Bob McGrath's directing work at the American Repertory Theater has included Charlie in the House of Rue, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, and Alice in Bed. He is the winner of three OBIE awards for: Direction – Jennie Richee (2001), Best New American Work – The Carbon Copy Building (2000), and for Sustained Achievement. He has directed all of Ridge Theater's productions. Mr. McGrath was awarded a fellowship from The Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, and has taught at NYU and the Eugene O'Neil Theater Center. He has directed at venues including The Kitchen; Lincoln Center; La MaMa, ETC.; MASS MoCA; The Kampfnagle (Hamburg, Germany); and The Carignano (Turin, Italy). He has worked with writers and composers including Mac Wellman, Ben Katchor, Susan Sontag, Robert Coover, Michael Gordon, Julia Wolfe, David Lang, Bang On A Can, and Cynthia Hopkins. As an actor and a writer, Mr. McGrath collaborated on the Scott Saunders films The Headhunter's Sister and The Lost Words.