Rachel karp – Director
Rachel Gita Karp makes rigorously-researched performances about politics and public policy. She has developed and directed new performances through Ars Nova, Mabou Mines, The Flea, IRT, The Brick, Dixon Place, Women Center Stage, The Drama League, Actors Theatre of Louisville, PlayPenn, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Barn Arts, and the Powerhouse and Samuel French Festivals. Associate and assistant directing credits include productions on Broadway, Off-, and regionally, including the Tony-winning THE WAVERLY GALLERY and productions through Signature Theatre, Young Jean Lee's Theater Company, 13P, The Mad Ones, PearlDamour, Big Art Group, Woodshed Collective, and the Humana Festival. Rachel has been a Resident Director at The Drama League and The Flea, a Resident Artist at Mabou Mines, a Directing Intern at Actors Theatre of Louisville, and a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. BA: Columbia University; MFA: Carnegie Mellon University.