Bill Fennelly

(He/they) People’s Light: Little Red Robin Hood. Theatre Includes: Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional. Recent projects include Michael Smerconish's "Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Talking" for CNN, the world premiere musical You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park) I Hate Hamlet and Hairspray (Maltz Jupiter Theatre), and Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill (Actors Theatre of Louisville and Portland Center Stage). Director of Fly By Night (Dallas Column Award for Best Director of a Musical), Frankenstein – A New Musical Off Broadway, Original Assistant Director on Jersey Boys, Resident Director for The Lion King, staff director with New York City Opera at Lincoln Center, Phil Killian Directing Fellow at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, as well as projects at: Syracuse Stage, Dallas Theater Center, TheatreWorks Palo Alto, Playwrights Horizons, Hartford Stage Company, Goodspeed Opera House, Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout Theatre Company, and Arizona Theatre Company among others. Associate Producing Artistic Director of The Acting Company and Assistant Artistic Director at Cirque du Soleil. Bill is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Training: B.M. (Hartt School), M.F.A. in Directing (U.C.S.D.). Bill is currently pursuing his designation as a certified Linklater teacher.