Jessie D. Hill

Jessi D. Hill (Director) Recent credits include: Mia McCullough's Lucinda's Bed for Chicago Dramatists, Jeff Grow's Creating Illusion, Johnna Adams’ Angel Eaters for Flux Theatre Ensemble (6 New York Innovative Theatre Award Nominations), and The Children's Hour for Astoria Performing Arts Center. She has also directed and developed plays for The New Group, The Lark, Diverse City, and Youngblood among others. Hill recently relocated to NYC from Chicago where she was a freelance director and Artistic Director of the 28-year-old Stage Left Theatre Company. Chicago credits include the acclaimed premiere productions of David Scott Hay’s The Violent Sex, Brett Neveu's Empty and the Joseph Jefferson Award Nominated Mrs. Mackenzie's Beginner's Guide to the Blues by Patty Lynch and Kent Stephens. Recently, Hill was a guest artist at Fordham University, and completed a four-month national tour as Staff Repertory Director with The Acting Company as well as a Directing Residency at The Ensemble Studio Theatre. Hill is the recipient of the 2008/09 Denham Fellowship from the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation and was recently named a finalist for the NEA/TCG Career Development Program for Directors. MFA Directing 2007: Yale School of Drama.

Shows participated in:
Creating Illusion (2011 - 12) Director