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Brandon Ivie made his Off-Broadway directing debut with the original production of Ryan Scott Oliver and Hunter Foster’s Jasper in Deadland, which he recently reprised at The 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle. Other recent directing credits include the new musicals Lizard Boy by Justin Huertas at Seattle Repertory Theatre (world premiere) and The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes by Michael Kooman and Christopher Dimond at Village Theatre, as well as his film-directing debut with the musical web series “The Hinterlands.” In his native Seattle, he is the Gregory Award-winning artistic director of Contemporary Classics, directing/producing Seattle premieres of Next to Normal, The Last Five Years, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, A New Brain, john & jen, Zanna, Don't!, tick, tick… BOOM!, I Love You Because, and the new musical The Yellow Wood, and is founder of the popular New Voices songwriter showcase series. New York directing credits include new work at The Public Theater/Joe’s Pub, Signature Theatre, HERE Arts Center, Prospect Theater Company, New York Musical Theatre Festival, National Alliance for Musical Theatre, 54 Below, and more. His Broadway assisting credits include A Christmas Story, Next to Normal, Catch Me If You Can, First Date and the pre-Broadway run of Gigi at The Kennedy Center. Regional credits include The 5th venue Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACT Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, Signature Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, Village Theatre, ArtsWest Playhouse, Washington Ensemble Theatre and more. He received a Drama League Directing Fellowship, the Charles Abbott Directing Fellowship, and is a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. He has been guest faculty at University of Washington, Pace University, New York University and Ohio Northern University. Training: University of Washington School of Drama.
Professions/skills: Producer;Director;Artistic Director