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MAY ADRALES has directed world premieres at Williamstown Theater Festival, The Goodman Theater, Humana Festival and Two River Theater Company. She is a Drama League Directing Fellow, Artistic Associate at Milwaukee Rep, Women’s Project Lab Director, SoHo Rep Writers/Directors Lab and NYTW directing fellow, TCG New Generations Fellow and SDC Denham Fellow.
SNEHAL DESAI is the inaugural recipient of the Drama League’s Classical Directing Fellowship. He has worked at theaters across the country including the Public, Ars Nova, the Lark, Dad’s Garage, Theatre Rhinoceros, and the Old Vic in London. As a writer and performer, Snehal has nationally toured his solo show, Finding Ways to Prove You’re Not an Al-Qaeda Terrorist When You’re Brown.
VICTOR MAOG (Artistic Director) Professional: Public Theater; 2nd Stage (Van Lier Directing Fellow); Hartford Stage; Mabou Mines/Suite; Intar; Williamstown; NYTW; Cornerstone (Altvater Fellow); Lark; and Working Theater. Academic: NYU/Tisch, UPenn, & Fordham. NEA/TCG Directing Fellow. U.S. Delegate to ITI/UNESCO World Congress. Member: LCT Directors Lab, Partial Comfort.
ANDREW PANG has been an actor in New York for over 20 years. Last season he directed The Dumb Waiter for NAATCO and was also the director of the short film Works of Art which won Best Short Film for the San Diego Asian Film Festival in 2010. He is also a member of the Motion Picture Editor’s Guild and is currently working as an Assistant Editor on the feature film All Is Lost starring Robert Redford (Fall 2013). Andy is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama. Many thanks to Victor and the rest of the 2G team for giving me the opportunity to participate in Instant Vaudeville once again.
AYA OGAWA is a Brooklyn-based writer, director and translator for the theater. Productions include Journey to the Ocean commissioned by the Foundry Theatre, her translation of Toshiki Okada’s Enjoy produced by the Play Company and oph3lia at HERE. Artistic Fellow and Usual Suspect NYTW, Van Lier Fellow New Dramatists, Resident Artist HERE, and Artistic Director of knife, inc. (
SUZI TAKAHASHI is delighted to again be a part of 2g! Suzi is an actor and director, and is currently working on her MFA in Directing. She was a NYTW Directing Fellow and a HERE Harp artist-in-residence. In 2009, she won the IT Award for Best Director. Currently, she is working on a new devised piece by Soomi Kim, Chang(e). Suzi currently teaches at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting.>
MO ZHOU: Originally from China, Mo recently worked on Atom Egoyan’s production of “Feng Yi Ting” at Spoleto Festival and Lincoln Center Festival. She also assisted Mary Zimmerman on “The White Snake” at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She has developed works at Williamstown, Ars Nova, and Gallery Players. MFA in Directing: Columbia.
THANG DAO (Choreographer) received his formal dance education from the Juilliard School and The Boston Conservatory, where he received his BFA in 2001. Dao holds a MA degree from New York University’s Gallatin School. Dao is the recipient of the 2008 Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship and the 2009 Special Project Grant. Dao is also a 2012 Vilcek finalist for creative promises.
Find out more about our incredibly talented cast, playwrights, and production team. Get FREE tickets to Instant Vaudeville: Breaking Bamboo here.