Taibi Magar

A.R.T.: We Live in Cairo. Taibi Magar is an Egyptian-American, Obie Award-winning director based in New York. New York: Is God Is (NYT Critics Pick, 2018 Obie Award), Soho Rep; Underground Railroad Game (NYT Critics Pick, NYT Best of 2016), Ars Nova; Master (NYT Critics Pick, NYT Best of 2017), The Foundry. Developed work with New York Theatre Workshop, Theatre for a New Audience, the Women’s Project Theatre. Regional: Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Alley Theatre, The Guthrie Theater, Trinity Rep, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare & Company, OSF. International: Hamburg Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Soho Theatre (London). Educational: The Juilliard School, Fordham University, Brown University, NYU. Teaching: Brown University; University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Fellowships: Stephen Sondheim Fellowship; Oregon Shakespeare Festival Fellowship; Public Theater Shakespeare Fellowship; TFANA Actors and Director Project Fellowship; Lincoln Center Directors Lab. Education: MFA, Brown University/Trinity Rep.