Justin J. Sacramone
Justin is a theatre artist originally from Boston, Massachusetts. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from Salem State University and has studied at the Tennessee Williams Institute. He spent a year developing and producing original content with the Creative Entertainment Studios of Walt Disney Imagineering and has independently produced with the Orlando International Fringe Festival. Recent directing credits; a staged reading of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins's Gloria (Umbrella Arts), Mad Dash, a 24-hour play festival (Fresh Ink Theatre Company), Speed-the-Plow (Orlando Fringe), and assistant to Scott Edmiston on the Elliot Norton winning production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Lyric Stage Company of Boston). He served as Regional Contributing Editor to Broadway World from 2014 to 2017 and has been invited to guest write for The Arts Fuse. Justin has worked with the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild as an Adjuciator for the High School Drama Festival since 2013. This year, Justin was a nominator for the 2017 Kilroy's List and was selected by Chris Jones, chief theatre critic of the Chicago Tribune, as an alternate to the National Critics Institute held at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center. Next, he joins the Goodman Theatre in late August to train in Literary Management and Dramaturgy. justin-sacramone.squarespace.com
Justin J. Sacramone interviews Artistic Director Kyler Taustin about Black Box Theatre Project’s influence on Boston’s fringe theatre scene.