Isaac Butler

Isaac Butler is a director and writer based in Brooklyn. Previous directing credits at Horse Trade theaters include The Rapid Response Team, the world premieres of Dan Trujillo's The Honest-to-God True Story of the Atheist (which went on to the Capitol Fringe Festival in Washington, D.C.) and Clay McLeod Chapman's volume of smoke (which he also directed at The Firehouse Theatre Project, The 14th Street Y Theatre and Virginia Commonwealth University as a guest artist). Other credits include Trujillo's Talk of the Walk-Up and Chapman's redbird as well as George Hunka's In Private, In Public, Sustaining and All The Ships At Sea. He also directed the first production of a contemporary Danish play in English in the United States with First You're Born by Line Knutzon at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre. Isaac is a two time member of the Lincoln Center Director's Lab, a graduate of Vassar College, a lover of dogs and the writer behind Parabasis ( which has been featured in the New York Times, Time Out New York and the Wall Street Journal.

Shows participated in:
Milk Milk Lemonade (2009 - 10) Director
The Honest-To-God True Story of an Atheist (2007 - 08) Director
Volume of Smoke (2004 - 05) Director