Jeremy Dobrish

Jeremy Dobrish is a stage director, playwright, artistic leader, and teacher whose main focus has been developing and directing new plays and musicals.

As a New York City based director, Jeremy has directed at Second Stage, MCC, Amas, WPA, Joe’s Pub, The Promenade, The Variety Arts, The Century, Actor’s Playhouse, Soho Playhouse, Zipper, etc. His productions have received several Lortel and Drama Desk nominations, and the New York Times has described his directing as “Adroit, Canny, Comic, Funny, Gleeful, Ingenious, and at Doube Espresso Speed”.

Jeremy has directed at all of the major New York festivals, including NYMF, SPF and the Fringe, where his productions have received multiple festival awards. Regionally, Jeremy has directed at The Old Globe, Barrington Stage, North Shore, The O’Neill, New York Stage And Film, Goodspeed and The Village Theatre.

His adaptation of CURIOUS GEORGE and his productions of VIRTUALLY ME and PAUL REVERE tour the country with Theatreworks USA.

Jeremy is a six time published playwright whose plays have been described by the New York TImes as “Delighfully Theatrical, A Gleeful Romp, and Stylishly Daffy”. His plays have been produced across the country, most notably at the Vineyard theatre in New York City where Mark Brokaw directed his play EIGHT DAYS (BACKWARDS).

As a teacher, Jeremy has served on the faculty of the New York Film Academy, and has taught playwriting, directing and acting workshops at NYU, Juilliard, The National Theatre Institute, Fordham, Washington Irving High School, and in Prague through Western Michigan University. Jeremy is a member of the Dramatists Guild and SDC. He is represented by Paradigm.