Steve Albrezzi

Albrezzi, Steve

Mr. Albrezzi’s career began as a resident new play director for the Actor’s Theater of Louisville. Favorite productions at ATL include In Darkest America by Joyce Carol Oates, The Survivalist by Robert Schenkkan, and the Mark Taper Forum and LACMA produced Cabaret Verboten with Roger Reese and Bebe Neuwirth.

Mr. Albrezzi recorded a number of plays for L.A. Theatre Works. For the BBC, NPR and the NEA, he co-adapted and directed William Bradford Huey’s Ruby McCollum. Mr. Albrezzi’s work has been recognized with several national and international awards. He is a member of the Directors Guild of America.

In addition to several films, Mr. Albrezzi directed three seasons of It’s A Miracle for NBC/PAX TV, The Oprah Winfrey Show and the NBC/PAX pilot Desperate Measures narrated by Ed Asner. His 2007 documentary Reel Lives was featured at Benjamin Barber’s Interdependence Day in Mexico City.