Jonathan Vandenberg

Humanities (Theatre)



Jonathan Vandenberg is a director, writer, and designer of theatre and installations. His work has been presented in a range of contexts, including internationally, off-Broadway, in U.S. regional theatre, and at site-specific locales. He has been on the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, Vanderbilt University, and Middlebury College. He received an MFA in Directing from Columbia University and additional training with the Suzuki Company in Toga, Japan.

Director: The Suppliants; Iago: Images Unseen; Winesburg, Ohio; Oresteia; The Crossing of the Visible; The Kingdom; Kafka Parables.

Installations: Axis mundi; Tantalus.

Presenting Organisations: Classic Stage Company, Mabou Mines, New York University Tisch Graduate Drama, The Center for Performance Research (New York, NY); Magic Theatre, Cutting Ball Theater (San Francisco, CA); Middlebury College Museum of Art (Middlebury, VT); Theatre Jeock (Seoul, Korea).

Theatre-Making Laboratory
Historical Immersion: The Bacchae of Euripides
Beginning Acting for the Stage
Literature & Humanities I