I am a New York (Brooklyn) based director, specializing in new works, literary adaptations, and heightened-language classics. I am actively seeking theatrical collaborators of all types, and am always interested in hearing from artists who are interested in working with me.

With an actor father and a playwright mother, I inevitably became involved in theater from a very early age. Although I've been interested in directing from as far back as I can remember most of my early training was as an actor. I hold a BFA in Acting from the Boston University College of Fine Arts and have studied at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts (LAMDA), the American Conservatory Theater (ACT), and the SF School of the Arts. I received the Bette Davis Award (for Excellence in Acting), was a finalist at the ESU National Shakespeare Competition in 2001, and was a California Arts Scholar. After graduation, I worked regionally as an actor for several years.

I believe that my background as an actor makes me particularly sensitive to the needs of my casts and to the complexities of taking a production from concept to final product. My training covers a wide range of styles and genres, including Asian Theater (Kyogen & Noh), Commedia dell Arte, Clowning, Acrobatics, and a wide array of Classical work. As a director, I bring a depth of theatrical knowledge to the table, as well as an intense love of theatre in its many forms.

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