The Convert, by Danai Gurira: Almasi Collaborative Arts, Zimbabwe (nominated for Zimbabwe's national arts medal)
Off Broadway and NYC
The Chimes, by Kevin Christoper Snipes: The Public Theater - Summer Play Festival 2009
Some Old Black Man, by James Tyler: Theater Masters - The Wild Project, NYC / Aspen, CO
Ground, by Sarah Saltwick: Theater Masters - The Wild Project, NYC / Aspen, CO
The Delay, by David West Read: NYU Studio Tisch / Four Tens
Missing Celia Rose, by Ian August: Theater Row - Summer Play Festival 2007
Spirit Sex, by Desi Moreno-Penson: Ensemble Studio Theater (Going to the River Fest)
Bacteria, by Rachel Jendrzejewski: Theater Masters - The Wild Project, NYC / Aspen, CO
Last of the Red Hot Lovers, by Neil Simon: Walnut Street Theater / National Tour
A Christmas Carol, adapted by David Thompson: McCarter Theatre Center (recurring yearly since 2016)
Ken Ludwig's Sherwood, by Ken Ludwig: Cleveland Play House
Sleuth, by Antony Shaffer: McCarter Theatre Center (upcoming)
The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie: McCarter Theatre Center
Sheltered, by Alix Sobler: Theater J (upcoming)
The Jewish Queen Lear, by Jacob Gordin, translated by Nahma Sandrow: Theater J
The Last Schwartz, by Deborah Zoe Laufer: Theater J
The Understudy, by Theresa Rebeck: McCarter Theatre Center
Familiar, by Danai Gurira: Woolly Mammoth
Roz and Ray, by Karen Hartman: Theater J
The Language Archive, by Julia Cho: Bristol Riverside Theatre
Tamer of Horses, by William Mastrosimone: Passage Theatre
Cat in the Hat, by Katie Mitchell: Adventure Theater - MTC
By The Water, by Sharyn Rothstein: Premiere Stages
Roundelay, by R.N. Sandberg: Passage Theatre
Blessed Are, by Jessica Bedford: Passage Theatre
A Little Night Music, by Sondheim and Wheeler: Princeton Summer Theatre
Know Dog, by Kathryn Walat: Luna Stage
The Kid Who Talked to Penguins, by Ed Monk: Hangar Theater
Slippery As Sin, by David Lee White: Passage Theater
Hannah, by John Wooten: Premiere Stages
You Win Some, You Lose Some, by Adam Immerwahr: OnStage
Love and Communication, by Jim Christy, Jr.: Passage Theater
Trenton Lights, by David Lee White and June Ballinger: Passage Theater
Not Just Surviving, but Thriving, by Adam Immerwahr: OnStage
Blood: A Comedy, by David Lee White: Passage Theatre
The Possibilities, by Howard Barker: Hangar Theater - The Wedge
The Thing about Air Travel, by Max Posner: Hangar Theater - The Wedge
Illuminating Spirits, by Adam Immerwahr: Passage Theatre / NJ School Tour
Billy Loves Tara, by Alexis Martin: Mantua Street Project: Drexel University
Once Upon a Mattress, by Mary Rodgers: Westminster Choir College
Flight of the Lawnchair Man, by Ullian and Lindsay-Nassif: McCarter Theatre - Summer First Stage
Metamorphosis, by Mary Zimmerman: Interlochen Center for the Arts
Still Life with Iris, by Steven Dietz: Interlochen Center for the Arts
Measure for Measure, by Shakespeare: Brown University
Hush: An Interview with America, by James Still: Interlochen Center for the Arts
The Mystery of Edwin Drood, by Rupert Holmes: Musical Forum, Brown University
The Shrew, adapted by Charles Marowitz: Shakespeare on the Green, Brown University
Associate / Assistant Directing
The Convert, associate director to Emily Mann: McCarter / The Goodman / Center Theater Group
Sizwe Banzi is Dead, associate director to John Kani: Syracuse Stage
A Christmas Carol, assistant director to Michael Unger: McCarter Theatre Center
A Midsummer Night's Dream, assistant director to Tina Landau: McCarter Theatre / Paper Mill Playhouse
Miss Witherspoon, assistant director to Emily Mann: McCarter Theatre / Playwrights Horizons
Producing / Arts administration / teaching
Theater J, Artistic Director: 2015-present
McCarter Theatre, Associate Artistic Director: 2013-2015
McCarter Theatre, Associate Producer: 2010-2013
McCarter Theatre, Producing Associate: 2007-2010
McCarter Theatre, Grants Manager: 2006-2007
Passage Theatre, Resident Director: 2009-2016
OnStage Seniors, Artistic Director: 2009-2016
Nassau Presbyterian Church, Artist-in-Residence: 2014-2016
Brown/Trinity Rep MFA New Plays Festival, Assistant Producer: 2004-2005
Interlochen Center for the Arts, Faculty Member: 2001-2006
Interlochen Center for the Arts, Assistant to the Director of Theatre Arts: 2001-2004
Notable Producing Credits
The Jewish Queen Lear, Theater J: English-language world premiere of most famous Yiddish play ever written (Mirele Efros)
Becoming Dr. Ruth, Theater J / Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park: Helen Hayes nomination for Best Actress, remounted at Theater J and transferred to Cincinnati
Brighton Beach Memoirs, Theater J: Two Helen Hayes nominations, winning for Best Actress in a Play (Susan Rome)
Trayf, Theater J: World premiere
The Christians, Theater J: Two Helen Hayes nominations.
Fiasco's Into the Woods, McCarter Theatre: Original production, transferred to The Old Globe, the Roundabout, the West End, national tour.
Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike, McCarter Theatre: As associate producer. World premiere coproduction with Lincoln Center Theater, starring Sigourney Weaver and David Hyde Pierce. Transferred to Broadway (six Tony nominations including winning for Best Play).
Eclipsed, McCarter Theatre Lab: Original developmental production directed by Liesl Tommy. Play later performed at Woolly Mammoth, Yale Rep, Center Theater Group, and Broadway (six Tony nominations including Best Play).
A Comedy of Tenors, McCarter Theatre / Cleveland Playhouse: Ken Ludwig world premiere.
Tennessee Williams' Baby Doll, McCarter Theatre: U.S. premiere adaptation by Emily Mann and Pierre Laville.
Baskerville, McCarter Theatre / Arena Stage: Ken Ludwig world premiere.
The Figaro Plays, McCarter Theatre: World premiere adaptations, directed and adapted by Stephen Wadsworth.
Sizwe Banzi is Dead, McCarter Theatre / Syracuse Stage: Coproduction with Market Theater (South Africa).
August Wilson's Fences, McCarter Theatre / Long Wharf Theater: Directed by Phylicia Rashad.
The White Snake, McCarter Theatre / Goodman Theatre: Written and directed by Mary Zimmerman.
Fetch Clay, Make Man, McCarter Theatre: As associate producer. World premiere directed by Des McAnuff.
Edward Albee's Me, Myself and I, McCarter Theatre / Playwrights Horizons: As associate producer. World premiere.
Are You There, McPhee?, McCarter Theatre: As associate producer. World premiere by John Guare.
Phaedra Backwards, McCarter Theatre: As associate producer. World premiere by Marina Carr.
Drama League Award Nominator: 2015
Philadelphia Barrymore Award Voter: 2010-2012
Fred Ebb Songwriting Awards Voter: 2016
Visiting Artist / Guest Teacher
Chautauqua Theater Company (MFA)
University of Maryland
Westminster Choir College
McCarter Theatre Education
Theater J Education