We are so thrilled to be collaborating with our comrade-in-arms Kellen Hoxworth on The Summer Way. Read more about our wonderful guest director below and come to see his work on Wednesday at 4PM in Zellerbach Room 7.
Kellen Hoxworth is thrilled to be working with the TDPS New Play Reading Series. He is a doctoral candidate in the Stanford University Department of Theater & Performance Studies, and he is also a performer, dramaturg, and director. He has directed productions of A Kingdom a Country or a Wasteland, in the Snow by Lola Arias and Mud by María Irene Fornés (Stanford University), as well as Bedtime Stories by Charles Mee and This Is A Chair by Caryl Churchill (University of Pittsburgh); he also served as directing intern on productions of Dollhouse by Rebecca Gilman (Guthrie Theater), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee (Jungle Theater), and Sister Kenny’s Children (The History Theatre, St. Paul). He has served as production dramaturg for “Master Harold”…and the Boys by Athol Fugard and Breakfast with Mugabe by Fraser Grace (Aurora Theatre, Berkeley). He recently performed in fox mirror forest by Rebecca Chaleff and Rebecca Ormiston (Stanford University) and The Balcony by Jean Genet (The Collected Works).