Bart DeLorenzo

Bart DeLorenzo is the founding Artistic Director of the Evidence Room in Los Angeles where he has directed many plays over the last fifteen years including local and world premieres by Charles Mee, David Greenspan, Kelly Stuart, Philip K. Dick, Gordon Dahlquist, Martin Crimp, David Edgar, Naomi Wallace, and Edward Bond, as well as his own adaptation of Dickens' HARD TIMES, Chekhov’s THE CHERRY ORCHARD, and Schiller’s DON CARLOS, among many others.  His freelance work includes the world premieres of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s DOCTOR CERBERUS (which he also directed for LATW) and Donald Margulies' SHIPWRECKED! AN ENTERTAINMENT at South Coast Repertory (later revived at the Geffen Playhouse), KING LEAR for the Antaeus Company, Charles Mee’s BOBRAUSCHENBERGAMERICA for TheSpyAnts at Inside the Ford, Adam Bock's THE RECEPTIONIST and Caryl Churchill's A NUMBER AT THE ODYSSEY, the world premieres of Justin Tanner's VOICE LESSONS at the Zephyr and Michael Sargent's THE PROJECTIONIST at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS at the Cleveland Playhouse, Sarah Ruhl's DEAD MAN'S CELL PHONE at South Coast Rep, Racine's BRITANNICUS at Cal Rep, and the world premiere of JOAN RIVERS: A WORK IN PROGRESS BY A LIFE IN PROGRESS at the Geffen.  For his work, he has received five LA Weekly awards and three Back Stage Garlands including ‘Local Hero’ Director.