Drama League Directors

The Hangar is excited to welcome our 2016 Drama League Directing Fellows! 

Drew Feldman is a theater & film director currently based in NYC. He is the Co-Artistic Director of unMasqued, a nomadic company staging work across the United States (www.unmasqued.org). Select theater credits: Much Ado About Nothing (unMasqued, LA & Tour), Sight Unseen (Out of the Box, Oklahoma City), a devised work titled Love Again (Broadway Fun-for-Funds, Oklahoma City). His films and music videos have screened in multiple festivals around the US and in the UK. Drew is a proud alumnus of the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center and received a BFA in Acting from Oklahoma City University. 

Yavor Kostov graduated from Sofia University (in Bulgaria) in English and American studies in 1997. He started making theatre in the nineties as part of an independent theatre school and later a group that made non-commercial productions and staged experimental texts. After the group disbanded he was involved more actively in socially-oriented theater (Forum Theater, Theater and Drama In Education), and for the last five years he’s taken part in various projects of the independent scene in Sofia as a freelance actor and director. Yavor has experience as a creative group leader and facilitator; has directed professionals, amateurs, and non-professionals of different ages and social backgrounds; and has worked in different cultural contexts in international projects, festivals, and as a guest performer. In 2003 he participated in a two-month joint project and tour between NYC’s Bond Street Theater and Theatre Tsvete/Sofia.

Katie Lupica – NY directing: Diary of Lights (workshop, Drama League Artist Residency); Pains of Youth (Access Theatre, The Cake Shop); Portrait and a Dream (FringeNYC); Erik Ehn's Saint Plays (Barnard College); The Yellow Boat (touring); various new play development. Regional directing: Chemistry (Cincinnati Fringe, Producer's Pick); Lysistrata (Stone on a Walk Theatre); short plays at Williamstown Theatre Festival. Assisting: Stupid Fu**ing Bird (The Pearl), Smokefall (MCC), Godspell (1st Bway Revival, SDCF Obs.), Peter and the Starcatcher (Cincinnati Playhouse, St. Louis Rep), Pygmalion (Williamstown), and a season as Directing Fellow at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. Education: Columbia University, summa cum laude. katielupica.com

Chloe Treat is a New York based director and choreographer. Born and raised in the great, if not occasionally problematic, state of Texas, she directs and choreographs musicals, plays, operas, outdoor dance rituals, and feminist westerns. Chloe’s work centers on the curation and creation of modern mythologies and investigates theater’s relationship to communal imagination. Director: Blood Wedding (North East School of the Arts), Ten Blocks on the Camino Real (Tisch School of the Arts), The Two Character Play (NESA). Choreographer: Lucia Di Lammermoor (Heartbeat Opera), The Good Swimmer (The Prototype Festival), All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare on the Sound), Daphnis and Chloe (Heartbeat Opera). Assistant/Associate: Natasha Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812 (A.R.T), Amelie (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Heisenberg (Manhattan Theatre Club), Buyer and Cellar (Barrow Street Theater), The Fairy Tale Lives of Russian Girls (Yale Repertory Theater).


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