Michole Biancosino is the Co-Founding Artistic Director of the award-winning Project Y Theatre Company, where she has developed and directed new work in Washington, D.C. and New York City over the past 16 years.
With Project Y, she has led various professional productions, as producer, director, and writer. Directing: Gary Busey’s One Man Hamlet As Performed by David Carl, Before & After, LoveSick or THINGS THAT DON’T HAPPEN, The Revival, A User’s Guide to Hell, featuring Bernard Madoff, Goodness, and Gidion’s Knot in NYC, and In the Boom Boom Room, The Crackwalker, White Biting Dog, Lion in the Streets, Zastrozzi, and One Flea Spare in Washington, DC. Producing: The Religion Thing, Terra Nova, Sinking UP, Italian American Reconciliation, Savage/Love in Washington, DC, and Therese Raquin Desire, FUBAR, 3 years of New York New Playwright Festivals, 4 Video Monologue Series, Downward Facing Debbie, TechnoPlays Festival, numerous workshop productions, readings, and 6 years of themed reading series in NYC.
Michole has developed new work with playwrights at Urban Stages, Abingdon Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater, Luna Stage, CrossRoads Theatre, 59E59 Theaters, Theatre Row, Atlantic Stage 2, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Charter Theatre, New Orleans Theatre Experiment, New Orleans Fine Art Center, Rorhshach Theatre, Milesquare Theatre, Kennedy Center New Play Festival, NYFringe, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Potomac Theatre Project, and Ars Nova.
Michole is a recipient of the prestigious S.D.F. Gielgud Fellowship for classical directing and a SPARC artist through the Brooklyn Arts Council. Her productions with Project Y have won several NYIT Awards and garnered grants from NYSCA, The Puffin Foundation, ART/NY Nancy Quinn Fund, and Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund.
She holds a B.A. from Middlebury College and an M.F.A. in Directing from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts.
For more information about Michole, please visit her website www.micholebiancosino.com.