Noam is a director and new play dramaturg. His directing credits include the U.S. premiere of Caroline Bird’s The Trojan Women, the world premiere of Eric Sirakian’s Ermeni,  the New York premiere of Jennifer Wise's translation of The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht, an immersive production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible with music, a production of Kander & Ebb's Cabaret inspired by theatrical documents from the Theresienstadt concentration camp, and a site-specific production of Annie Baker's Circle Mirror Transformation.  His work was highlighted by Playbill.com as some of the most “Innovative College Productions from 2014-2015” and was described by Theatre is Easy as “a true testament to what theatre-makers can, and should, do." He has enjoyed assisting and observing directors at Ensemble Studio Theatre , the Pearl Theatre, Transport Group, Keen Company, SoHo Rep, Theatre for a New Audience, Elevator Repair Service, Ars Nova, the Jewish Plays Project, the Cape Cod Theatre Project, New Dramatists, and the 24 Hour Company. He is a 2016-2017 MTC Directing Fellow, a member of the 2017 Lincoln Center Directors Lab, a 2016-2017 SDCF Directing Observer, and an alumnus of 24 Hour Plays: Nationals | www.noamshapiro.com


Noam Shapiro