Isaac is a directing graduate of Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television and a Company Member of Third Rail Repertory Theatre. Favorite directing projects include: The Music Man, Arlington, The Angry Brigade, and Annapurna (Third Rail); The Bells That Still Can Ring (Portland Center Stage); Once, Fly By Night, Ordinary Days, and the world premiere of Loch Lomond (Broadway Rose); Grounded and the world premiere of db (CoHo); Mother Teresa is Dead (Portland Playhouse); Junie B. Jones and Ivy and Bean (Oregon Children’s Theatre); The Wizard of Oz (PHAME); Ordo Virtutum (In Mulieribus). Isaac was the resident director for the National Tour and Las Vegas productions of Defending the Caveman, Broadway’s longest running one-man show, and he remains an actor, educator, and filmmaker. Proud member SDC. isaaclamb.com
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play||Associate Director|
|August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean||Rutherford Selig|
|The Bells That Still Can Ring||Lead Artist|
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