About Kay Matschullat
Directing credits include THREEPENNY OPERA at Kupferberg Center for the Arts with full orchestra, CARSON MCCULLERS TALKS ABOUT LOVE with music by Duncan Sheik at Rattlestick, ECHOES OF A THOUSAND HILLS in Rwanda, PANTOMIME at Williamstown Theater, ALL’S WELL THAT END WELL, LOVE’S LABOURS LOST, SKIN OF OUR TEETH, WIDOWS, and TO DIE FOR GRANADA at regional theaters. Additionally, Ms. Matschullat has directed her own adaptations of works by Moliere, Schiller and Brecht’s at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she served as a full time faculty member for over a decade.
Previously, Ms. Matschullat taught at Princeton University Program in Theater and Dance and has held artistic residencies at Dartmouth College, Harvard College, CALARTS, Savannah College of Art and Design. She served as Artistic Producer of InTheRaw at Red Bull Theater for 4 seasons and was the original artistic producer of Williamstown's Other Stage for new plays. Awards: NEA Fellowship, TCG Fellowship, and a Drama League residency. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College and holds a Master of Arts degree from NYU.
Currently, she teaches Master Classes at A.C.T. Conservatory in San Francisco. This Spring, she will be in residence with Hoof ‘n’ Horn at Duke University. Ms. Matschullat is the founder Scriptopia, the first online collaborative tool for play development.