PlayMakers: A Raisin in the Sun, I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady From Rwanda, Topdog/Underdog.
More recently, Raelle directed Macbeth for Georgia Shakespeare Festival, in a production touted as “theatrically innovative” and “chilling and georgeous,” and created new works at San Francisco’s DeYoung Museum. As Artistic Director at Brava Theater from 2008-11, she produced and presented more than 30 works, including twelve world premieres and nine regional premieres, and developed a full-time production program for women in technical direction and arts administration. She was recently appointed Theater Director for the Perry-Mansfield Arts Camp, the country’s oldest arts camp for youth. She recently returned from Chiapas, Mexico, where she was an artist-in-residence at En Donde Era La ONU (“Where the United Nations Used to Be”) working with visual artists Emory Douglas, Rigo 23, Caleb Duarte and Mia Rollow to create 17 murals and develop five live art presentations. She will return to EDELO to present new works this spring.