theater director

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stage director - someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a stage show
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Meanwhile, HHS theater director Hannah Drake asked for volunteers to help with building and painting a new set.
From 1999 to 2003, the award-winning theater director Castorf was almost always part of the program, returning in 2014 after a creatively weaker period.
Popular Bulgarian theater director Stefan (Tedi) Moskov has voiced strong support for university occupations which are staged with demands for the resignation of the Socialist-led government.
Summary: JENIN, Occupied West Bank: Police in the West Bank have charged a former Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades militant with the murder of an Israeli-Palestinian theater director, security sources said Wednesday.
It is written by Huda Sha'rawi and directed by prominent theater director Hassan Abd Al Salam.
Lloyd Richards (c), the theater director and educator who was often described as "the most important African-American on Broadway," directed the award-winning play, A Raisin In The Sun, and is shown with the production's principals, including Phillip Rose (producer), Lorraine Hansberry (playwright), David Cogan (producer) and Sidney Poitier, who portrayed the character of Walter Lee Younger.
Eda is now an acclaimed theater director in Toronto.
Instead, this disc collects highlights from the gay composer's three collaborations with Chinese theater director Chen ShiZheng.
We book them every year,'' says Tom Mitze, theater director of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, which will bring in the ``Sesame Street Live'' production ``Super Grover
Cooley's hook is this: She invents an "incorporeal double," a collaborator or doppelganger for the early-twentieth-century Russian theater director Vsevolod Meyerhold; and she imagines that this spirit character intercedes in the mental life of a contemporary New Yorker named Camilla Archer, manipulating her dreams in what amounts to a kind of invasive, aestheticized psychotherapy.
Turo Herala, a theater director in Helsinki, the capital, recently offered "anger venting" classes to teach emotional release.
Other partygoers included "Illuminata" stars Christopher Walken, Rufus Sewell and Bill Irwin, producer John Penotti, thesp guests Matt Dillon, John Leguizamo, Julianna margulies, Gretchen Moll and Rosie Perez, model Karen "Duff" Duffy, theater director Peter Askin and artists Robert Longo and Julian Schnabel.

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