Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Director) directed the Broadway production of Hand to God, which received five Tony Award nominations, including Best Director and Best Play, a London Olivier Award nomination, Lortel and SDC Callaway Award nominations for direction, and Drama League and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations for outstanding production. He previously directed Tiger Style! at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre. Mr. von Stuelpnagel is a devoted advocate for new plays. His recent New York premieres include Nick Jones’ Important Hats of the Twentieth Century (Manhattan Theatre Club), Verite (Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3), and Trevor (Lesser America); Robert Askins’ Love Song of the Albanian Sous Chef (Ensemble Studio Theatre); Mike Lew’s Teenage Dick (The Public Theater/NYSF) and Bike America (Ma-Yi Theater Company); Mel & El (Ars Nova); and Michael Mitnick’s Spacebar and Adam Szymkowicz’s My Base and Scurvy Heart (Studio 42). Regionally, his work has been seen at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, and more. He proudly returns to the Huntington after serving as assistant director to four productions shortly after graduating from Boston University. He is also the former artistic director of Studio 42, New York City’s producer of “unproducible” plays. moritzvs.com.
As of September 2016