Chip is a director and producer, currently in the role of associate artistic director at Portland Center Stage. They were previously the artistic associate/resident director at KCRep. Directing: It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, Rent, August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the world premiere of Redwood by Brittany K. Allen (Portland Center Stage), Larry Owens’ Sondheimia (Carnegie Hall, Pasadena Playhouse), Journeys to Justice (Portland Opera), the world premiere of American Fast by Kareem Fahmy (Artists Repertory Theater), School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play, Welcome to Fear City, Sex with Strangers, A Raisin in the Sun (KCRep); the world premiere of Becoming Martin by Kevin Willmott (The Coterie); dwb: driving while black (Lawrence Arts Center, Baruch Performing Arts Center); 4:48 Psychosis (The Buffalo Room). Chip has developed work with playwrights including Kevin Wilmott, Kara Lee Corthron, Brittany K. Allen, Catherine Trieschmann, Darren Canady, Andrew Rosendorf, Susan Kander and Roberta Gumbel, Michelle T. Johnson, and Michael Finke. They have developed work at The William Inge Theatre Festival, NYU’s New Plays for Young Audiences, La Jolla Playhouse’s DNA Series, Portland Center Stage’s JAW New Play Festival, The Midwest Dramatists Center, KCRep’s OriginKC New Works Festival, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, The Living Room Theatre, and Musical Theatre Heritage.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play||Director|
|Rent||Director & Choreographer|
|August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean||Director|
|Hedwig and the Angry Inch||Director|
|The Bells That Still Can Ring||Associate Artistic Director|
|Renaissance: Technically||Associate Artistic Director|
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