Chay Yew

Chay Yew's production credits include directing the world premiere of José Rivera's Boleros for the Disenchanted (2008) at the Huntington, as well as work at The Public Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, The Kennedy Center, Mark Taper Forum, Long Wharf Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Goodman Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Portland Center Stage, Geva Theatre Center, Empty Space, National Asian American Theatre Company, Laguna Playhouse in the Park, Theatre at Boston Court, Gala Hispanic Theatre, Singapore Repertory Theatre, Ma-Yi Theater Company, Cornerstone Theater Company, Northwest Asian American Theatre, Walk & Squawk, Highways Performance Space, Pillsbury Playhouse, Smithsonian Institute, and Theatre Rhinoceros. His opera credits include the world premieres of Osvaldo Golijov and David Henry Hwang's Ainadamar (co-production with Tanglewood Music Center, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and Los Angeles Philharmonic) and Rob Zuidam's Rage D’Amors (Tanglewood Music Center). Mr. Yew’s upcoming projects include world premieres of Kenneth Lin’s Po Boy Tango at Northlight Theatre and Robert O’Hara’s Antebellum at Wooley Mammoth Theatre Company. He is also presently editing Version 3.0, an anthology of new Asian American plays for Theatre Communications Group Publications. An alumnus of New Dramatists, he serves on the Executive Board of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. He is a recipient of the Dramalogue and OBIE Awards for Direction. Mr. Yew is a graduate of Boston University.

(As of October 2008)

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