Inside Voice by Kate Robin
NEW YORK: Broadway: TONY Award winner for Indecent. Off-Broadway: Playwright’s Horizons: Familiar by Danai Guirira; Upcoming Yale/LaJolla/The Vineyard: Indecent by Paula Vogel; Lincoln Center: The Oldest Boy by Sarah Ruhl; Playwright’s Horizons: Stage Kiss by Sarah Ruhl; Gotham Chamber Opera: Rappaccini’s Daughter; LCT3: Luck of the Irish by Kirsten Greenidge; Playwrights’ Horizons: Milk Like Sugar by Kirsten Greenidge; Classic Stage Company: Orlando by Sarah Ruhl; Music Theater Group/Gotham Chamber Opera at John Jay: Dark Sisters music by Nico Muhly libretto by Stephen Karam (world premiere); Orpheus by Telemann at New York City Opera; Second Stage: The Scene by Theresa Rebeck; The Ohio Theatre: Menopausal Gentleman (Special Citation Obie Award/world premiere).
REGIONAL: Upcoming Old Globe: “Twelfth Night”; Upcoming YRT & LaJolla: Indecent by Paula Vogel; YRT & ART; Old Globe: Time and the Conways by JB Priestley;Marie Antoinette by David Adjmi (world premiere); La Jolla Playhouse; Sleeping Beauty Wakes, Milk Like Sugar (world premiere); Oregon Shakespeare Festival: She Loves Me; Shakespeare Theater Company: Upcoming Winter’s Tale,Cymbeline, Twelfth Night, Taming of the Shrew; McCarter Theatre: Upcoming Winter’s Tale, Twelfth Night; Sleeping Beauty Wakes book by Rachel Sheinken, music and lyrics by Groove Lilly; ACT: At Home at the Zoo by Edward Albee; Woolly Mammoth: Dead Man’s Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl (world premiere),The Velvet Sky by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (world premiere), The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl (2006 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Resident Play); Yale Repertory; The Evildoers by David Adjmi (world premiere), Iphigeneia at Aulis by Euripides; The Huntington: Mauritius by Theresa Rebeck (world premiere); The Humana Festival: The Scene by Theresa Rebeck (world premiere); Round House Theatre; The Diary of Anne Frank adapted by Wendy Kesselman (winner of three Helen Hayes awards), A Body of Water by Lee Blessing; The Prince Music Theatre: The Green Violin by Elise Thoron with music by Frank London (2003 Barrymore Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical/world premiere); The Market Theater: Swimming in March by Kate Robin (world premiere).
INSTRUCTOR: NYU, The O’Neill National Theater Institute, MIT, Yale University and the University of Maryland.
TRAINING/AFFLIATIONS: Henry Crown Fellow; TCG New Generations Grant Recipient with Woolly Mammoth, Drama League Directing Fellowship, Yale School of Drama graduate.