Dmitry Troyanovsky is a graduate of the A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theater Training (Directing, Class of 2000) where he directed Strindberg's Miss Julie, Ibsen's Rosemersholm, and Maeterlink's The Blind. Notable projects elsewhere include Euripides' The Bacchae, Nikolai Erdman's The Suicide, Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening, scenes from Andrey Bely's novel Petersburg, and Dürrenmatt's The Visit, as well as On the Water (his own adaptation of Chekhov's The Seagull). He led workshops and developed new material at institutions such as Baryshnikov Arts Center, SoHo Rep Summer Camp, St. Petersburg State University (Russia), Fisher Arts Center at Bard College, and Brown University Program in Literary Arts headed by Paula Vogel. Some of his past productions: Presnyakov Brothers' Terrorism, Strindberg's Miss Julie, Heiner Müller's MEDEAMATERIAL, Russian language premiere of Shepard's Fool for Love at the Pushkin Theatre in Moscow, and Gogol's The Marriage. As an assistant, Dmitry worked with such directors as Mark Lamos, Andrei Serban, Andre Belgrader, and Kama Ginkas. He collaborated on the internationally presented production of Forbidden Christmas or The Doctor and the Patient starring Mikhail Baryshnikov. In addition to theater, Dmitry has created installation and performance art projects such as Herzstuck at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. Dmitry is on the faculties of NYU Tisch and Marymount Manhattan College.