Brendon Fox is a director, teacher, adapter, producer and two-time NEA Panelist whose work has been seen from Los Angeles to Prague. He has worked internationally at several theaters and training programs. Directing credits include: The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial, LA Theatre Works (National Tour); The Winter’s Tale, Henry Six Part Three, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Prague Shakespeare Company; Love’s Labour’s Lost, Colorado Shakespeare Festival; Long Day’s Journey into Night, American Stage, an all-women, five-person A Christmas Carol, Delaware Theatre Company; Baskerville, Long Wharf Theatre, and a co-production of Cleveland Playhouse / Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; The Pitmen Painters, American Stage; Peter and the Starcatcher, PlayMakers Repertory Company; Angels in America (Parts One and Two), PlayMakers Repertory Company; Shipwrecked! Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Much Ado About Nothing, Old Globe Theatre; Opus, Portland Center Stage, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Houston Shakespeare Festival; The Lady with All the Answers, Pasadena Playhouse; A Hidden Corner (Theatre J, reading). Brendon has worked at new work incubators such as Gulfcoast Playhouse’s New Play Festival in Florida, JAW in Portland, New Harmony Project in Indiana, and the Asolo New Play Festival. He has taught at programs such as Juilliard, UConn, USD / Old Globe, UNCo, FSU / Asolo Rep, and others. Member, SDC. His website is www.foxdirector.com.