Janos Szasz

A.R.T.: The Seagull, Desire Under the Elms, Uncle Vanya, Marat/Sade and Mother Courage and Her Children. A.R.T. Institute: Spring Awakening, Alice vs. Wonderland (Moscow). He was the Director of the A.R.T. Institute and a faculty member from 2001–03. Theater work in his native Hungary includes Sophocles’ The Oedipus Cycle, Master and Margarita, Ghosts, The King Stag, A Streetcar Named Desire, Uncle Vanya, Baal, Mother Courage and Marat/Sade, among many others. He has directed several productions in Oslo, Norway and A Streetcar Named Desire for Arena Stage, Washington, D.C. His films include Opium (presented at various festivals in Europe and winner of several prizes), Woyzeck (Hungarian nominee for the Oscars), The Witman Boys (official selection of the Cannes Film Festival and winner of several awards), and Eyes of the Holocaust, a documentary film about the Hungarian holocaust produced by Steven Spielberg for the Shoah Foundation, presented at the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival. He is a member of the European
Film Academy.