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Randy White, Director

Randy White is directing our production of the U.S. premiere of a new translation of Euripides’ Bacchai by Colin Teevan.

Directing credits include the premieres of Joe Fisher’s Thunderbird (Cherry Lane Theatre), Kirsten Greenidge’s Yes, Please and Thank You (P. 73/Intar), Stephanie Fleischmans’ The Street of Useful Things (Act II Playhouse, Philadelphia), Ms. Greenidges’ Sans-culottes in the Promised Land (HUMANA Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville), and Glen Berger’s Underneath the Lintel (Soho Playhouse, 15 months off-broadway). Other efforts include Sondheims’ Into the Woods (Yale Dramatic Association), Carson Kreitzer’s Self Defense (New Georges), Sondheims’ Sweeney Todd (University of Pennsylvania), Lyubimov’s The Dawns are Quiet Here (Harbourfront Theatre, Toronto), West Side Story, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, A Midsummer Nights Dream, 1776, Nothing Sacred, Songs for a New World, Billy Bishop Goes to War, and Romeo and Juliet.

Randy was Resident Director at New Dramatists in New York City for two seasons and Associate Director on David Edgar’s Continental Divide at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Berkeley Rep and the Barbican Theatre. He was also an assistant on Disney’s The Lion King. He has directed and/or taught for Fordham University, N.Y.U. Tisch, Performing Arts Institute at Wyoming Seminary, The University of Alberta and AMDA. Randy recently directed staged workshops of Dan Dietzs Temp Odyssey at the Public Theatre in New York (New Works Now Festival) and the new musical Onwards and On Words by Glen Berger and Frank London at Manhattan Theatre Club. His next project is the premiere of Mr. Bergers’ O Lovely Glowworm at Portland Center Stage in Oregon.