Sunday, October 10, 2010

Guest Blogger of the Week: Mark Armstrong

We want to thank David Johnson for his awesome blog last week. Thanks David!

We are happy to announce next week's blogger, Mark Armstrong.

Mark Armstrong is the Artistic Director of The Production Company, which exchanges challenging new plays between the United States and Australia. He directed the company's premiere productions of Blair Singer’s The Most Damaging Wound and Meg's New Friend, Dan O'Brien's The Angel in the Trees, Patricia Cornelius' Love (US Premiere), Stephen Belber's Melbourne, Elizabeth Meriwether's The Sound in the Throat, Beau Willimon's I Am Ned Kelly, Alan Berks' Goats (NY Premiere), Ben Ellis' Falling Petals (US Premiere) and Beneath Us, Brendan Cowell's 967 Tuna and Ross Mueller's Pinter's Explanation. Other New York credits include new plays by Christopher Shinn, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Elizabeth Meriwether, Jason Grote, anton dudley, Trista Baldwin, Edith Freni, Delaney Britt Brewer, Suzanne Bradbeer and many others. Academic theater (as guest professional): Columbia, NYU, New School for Drama, USF (Holloway Guest Artist). Before coming to New York, he was resident director with Dark Horse Theatre Company in his native Minnesota, where he directed Fat Men in Skirts, The Food Chain, Private Eyes, Five Women Wearing the Same Dress and Orphans. Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers and Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. MFA, Arizona State University (Dobkin Directing Fellow), where he studied with Marshall W. Mason.


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