H. May (they / them) is a Professor of Theatre at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, a Full member of SDC, and a Stage Management member of AEA.
H. May (they/them) is a Professor of Theatre and the founder of the social justice theatre company Mosaic NY. They are a stage management member of Actors Equity Association and a Full member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. May was a resident artist at Indy Convergence (2019) and a participant in La MaMa Umbria International Directors Symposium (2014, 2017), Dell’Arte International Summer Intensive (2015), Pig Iron Theatre’s Something from Nothing workshop (2018), and Directors Labs North (2015) and West (2014, 2017). Favorite directing credits for HWS include Memories of Overdevelopment, The Breach, Waiting for Godot, The Etymology of Bird, Duchess, and Heavier Than… May also directed and facilitated the devised works Fault Lines, Tone a Blind Eye, and #TheBallantineDays. May works increasingly in video, creating projects such as an online puppet voting series, livestream performances, and a short film. For a full list of May’s scholarly publications, theatrical artistry, and links to projects available online, check out www.drheathermay.com.