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Is a director and writer of theater and does both of these things mostly in New York City. In addition to his theater work, he's also a teacher.
In the summer of 2018, he directed and co-authored the Lobby Project book for Lucky In That Way, a mini-docu-musical about the creation of Songs for a New World as part of The Civilians residency at City Center Encores! Off Center.
He was a 2015 Directing Fellow at Clubbed Thumb, where he directed a workshop production of a new play by Jenny Schwartz called As Far As The Day Goes. Other directing credits include Emily Schwend's Utility (The Amoralists at Rattlestick, NY Times Critic's Pick), and Take Me Back (Walkerspace, NY TImes Critic's Pick), Noah Mease's Omega Kids (New Light Theater Project at The Access Theater and Dixon Place), Mark Roberts' Rantoul and Die (The Amoralists at The Cherry Lane, NY Times and Time Out Critic's Pick), Anne Adams's Strange Country (The Access Theater), and Lisi DeHaas's Leave Me Green (the Gym at Judson).
He is also a playwright and all four episodes of his STREEPSHOW! - an serial play with music, starring fourteen film characters once played by Meryl Streep - was produced by The Tank and ran at The Connelly Theater in the summer of 2017. His play The Capables ran in the summer of 2013 at the Gym and Judson and in the Spring of 2015 at the Bloomington Playwrights Project.
He is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab, The Civilians R&D Group, and the SDCF Observership Class.