Lila Neugebauer

Lila Neugebauer's recent directing work includes Dan LeFrancís Troublemaker, or the Freakin Kick-A Adventures of Bradley Boatright (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Mallery Avidonís O Guru Guru Guru (2013 Humana Festival), Annie Bakerís The Aliens (West Coast Premiere, SF Playhouse; The Studio Theatre, DC) and Circle Mirror Transformation (Juilliard), Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War (Ars Nova, The Brick, The New Ohio Theatre), The Valley of Fear (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Eliza Clarkís Edgewise (Cherry Lane Studio) and Snow Day (Drama League), new works by Kristoffer Diaz and Molly Smith Metzler in The Wii Plays (Ars Nova), and Associate Directing Karen Oís Stop The Virgens (St. Annís Warehouse, Sydney Opera House). Lila is an alum of the Drama League, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, and Lincoln Center Directors Lab, a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, New Georges Affiliated Artist, and a Time Warner Fellow with The Womenís Project. She has been a frequent guest director at NYU/Tisch and Atlantic Acting School. Upcoming: world premiere of Lucas Hnathís Red Speedo (The Studio Theatre, DC).