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Carson Crow (he/him) is a New York City-based director. Currently, he is assisting George C. Wolfe on Netflix's Rustin, streaming this fall. He has worked as an Administrative Coordinator and Apprentice in the Juilliard School's Drama Division. Recently he has directed Tomorrow (The Players Theatre) The General (The Chain Theatre) Admissions (International Human Rights Arts Festival & Soop Theatre) Showcase: A Rehearsal Musical (Manhattan School of Music & The Green Room 42 Concert)


He has also produced Torn Out Theater's naked production of Antigonick by Anne Carson (The Center at West Park), directed and edited the short film Between Here and Where We Are (Digital Dramatists), and Daybreak a new musical reading.


He has also directed Phaedra's Love by Sarah Kane (NALPA), directed John and Jen by Andrew Lippa and Tom Greenwald (Ball State University), production-assisted Ghost Lights: Reclaiming Theatre in the Age of AIDS (a six-part filmed docuseries), and was the Artistic and International Intern at the Theatre Communication Group.

Artistic Statement

Directing a story, whether it be new, classic, adaptation, or musical, on the screen or stage, takes an understanding of the current reality we live in, and the one we explore through text. Dissecting and transforming the arcs of the story's perspectives is how I breathe life into a world. The sense of play and specificity are inherent in my expression of storytelling. Being able to understand the entity of the piece itself, audience it is being told to, and institutions it is being held by is how I navigate my direction. Through the brilliance of the current collaborators, teachers, mentors, and future artists I hope to work with, I strive to continue the passion and art of storytelling.

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