Tracy Young

Tracy Young

Adapter and Director, A Wrinkle in Time

In four seasons at OSF: Director and co-adapter, Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella; The Imaginary Invalid; The Servant of Two Masters; director, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Other theatres: Off-Broadway: Sarah Ruhl’s The Clean House (assistant director, Lincoln Center Theater). Regional: Good People (Marin Theatre Company); Clybourne Park (PlayMakers Repertory Company); Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella (Yale Repertory Theatre, codirected with Bill Rauch); The Imaginary Invalid (Great Lakes Theater); The Taming of the Shrew (Idaho Shakespeare Festival); The Winter’s Tale (Ten Thousand Things); Michael Schlitt’s Jesus Ride (The Elephant, Los Angeles; The Marsh, San Francisco); Alison Tatlock’s Jolly Good Fellow (Chalk Repertory Theatre); The Wide Open Ocean Ate Aimee Semple Whole (Los Angeles Theatre Center); Hysteria, Euphoria, DreamPlay (The Actors’ Gang). 

Other credits: Resident director, The Actors’ Gang, 1992–2001; associate artist, Cornerstone Theater Company, 1996–2002. 

Awards: Connecticut Critics Circle, Ovation, L.A. Weekly and Backstage West Garland Awards for Direction; finalist for the Alan Schneider Directing Award, CTG Robert Sherwood Directing Award, and the PEN West Playwriting Award.