Emily Campbell Berezowsky
Emily has recently directed Much Ado About Nothing (Muse of Fire Theatre Company) and Threads an original, devised piece, funded by the Michigan Humanities Council in partnership with the Troy Historic Village in Troy, Michigan. She was also the director of last season's By The Way, Meet Vera Stark. Chicago credits: Keith Reddin's Life and Limb (Steppenwolf Garage), Rachel Bond's Wednesday (American Theatre Company) and Andrew Hinderaker's The One Percent (Pine Box Theatre), Edward Albee's The Goat, Or Who is Sylvia?, Caryl Churchill's Top Girls. New York credits: Chad Eshman's The Memory Tax (The Araca Project NYC), Vinegar Tom by Caryl Churchill and Catch-86 by Taras Berezowsky. Additional directing credits: The Book of Liz (Equinox Theatre), 24 Years, The Rothko Room, and Lives of the Saints (Patchwork Theatre Initiative). Assistant Directing: Sex with Strangers (d. Jessica Thebus), A Parallelogram (d. Anna D. Shapiro) at Steppenwolf Theatre, Yellowface (Public Theatre d. Leigh Silverman), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (National Tour/Kennedy Center d. Antony Page), Lizard Skin (NYC Fringe Festival d. Katherine Kovner), Yes, Virginia There is a Santa Claus (St, Croix Falls Festival Theatre d. Mark Baer). Additional Directing Training: La Mama ETC International Directing Symposium, Spoleto Italy 2003 and 2011. Emily worked for three seasons as the Associate Director of Events for The Tony Awards. She holds MFA in directing for Northwestern University and a BA in theatre from Kalamazoo College.