Lydia G. Garcia

Lydia Garcia

Resident Dramaturg

Dramaturg, Much Ado about Nothing; Fingersmith; Long Day’s Journey into Night; The Count of Monte Cristo

In six seasons at OSF: Dramaturg, Water by the Spoonful; Richard III; A Streetcar Named Desire; Cymbeline; Romeo and Juliet; Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella; The Imaginary Invalid; August: Osage County; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; She Loves Me; The Music Man; Dead Man’s Cell Phone; The Servant of Two Masters; Much Ado about Nothing. Assistant dramaturg, Don Quixote. 

Other theatres: Richard II, Twelfth Night, Flicker, Breakers, Dreaming War: A Collaborative Project (Yale School of Drama); Bash (3KO Productions). 

Other credits: Directing: Don’t Drink the Water (Harvard University). Producing: Coriolanus, Funeral Games, Raised in Captivity, Titanic (Harvard University). Stage management: The Chance Theatre, Huntington Beach Playhouse, Classical Theatre Lab, The MET Theatre, Secret Rose Theatre, Vanguard Theatre, Raven Playhouse, Seventh Street Theatre, Harvard University. 

Publications: Managing editor, Theater magazine, 2005–2006.

Education: MFA, Yale School of Drama; BA, Harvard College.