Dominique Serrand

Dominique Serrand


Co-Director:
The Tempest
Metamophoses


PlayMakers: Imaginary Invalid

Regional: Co-Artistic Director of The MovingCompany, with Steven Epp. A Paris native, Serrand was Artistic Director and Co-Founder of Theatre de la Jeune Lune. He acted in, conceived, designed and, primarily, directed most Jeune Lune productions over 30 years. Directing credits include The Kitchen, Lulu, The Bourgeois Gentleman, Romeo and Juliet, Red Noses, 1789, Children of Paradise: Shooting a Dream, 3 Musketeers, The Pursuit of Happiness, Queen Elizabeth, Tartuffe, Gulliver, The Seagull, The Miser, The Little Prince and Amerika, or the Disappearance. He staged operas including The Magic Flute, Così€ fan tutte, Don Juan Giovanni, Figaro, Carmen, Maria de Buenos Aires and Mefistofele. Other directing stages include Berkeley Repertory Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Yale Repertory Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, Actors Theater of Louisville, Guthrie Theater, Alley Theatre and The Children Theatre, among others.

Education/Other: The National Circus School and Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris; USA/Ford and Bush Fellow; knighted by the French government in the order of Arts and Letters.