New York, NY
Anne Bogart is the artistic director of SITI Company, an ensemble-based theater that she cofounded in 1992. With SITI, Bogart has created new work, trained many young theatrical artists, and nurtured international and interdisciplinary collaborations. She is known for her unflagging dedication to experimentation, her intellectual and aesthetic rigor, and a commitment to high production values. She has directed works such as Hotel Cassiopeia, Intimations for Saxophone, Death and the Ploughman, the Los Angeles Opera production of Nicolas and Alexandra, Score, and bobrauschenbergamerica, among many others. Bogart is the recipient of the Distinguished Career Award from the South East Theater Conference, the American Theatre Wing Award, the Kellogg Arts and Letters Award given by Bard College for achievement in the field of theater, two Obie Awards, and one Bessie Award. She is also a professor at Columbia University, where she teaches graduate directing.