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Jack Serio

Jack Serio is an undergraduate student at New York University's Tisch School of The Arts studying directing at Playwright's Horizons Theatre School. Born and raised in Boston, MA, Serio is one of the founding Artistic Directors of The Boston Teen Acting Troupe, a nationally recognized professional teen theatre company. His work has been featured in The New York Times, on National Public Radio, and in The Boston Globe.

Past directing credits include the world premiere of i don't know where we're going but i promise we're lost at The Boston Playwright's Theatre, the New England premiere of The Dream of The Burning Boy at The Calderwood Pavillion, All My Sons, Red, God of Carnage, and Someone Who'll Watch Over Meall with The Boston Teen Acting Troupe.

For more information, visit jackfserio.com

A Meditation on the State of Diversity in The American Theatre by a Straight White Man
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A Meditation on the State of Diversity in The American Theatre by a Straight White Man

26 June 2016

Making a career as a young, white male theatre director.

Cast of The Laramie Project.
Taking the Drama Out of High School
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Taking the Drama Out of High School

2 January 2014

Jack Serio looks into the consequences of censoring topics that high schools are trying to grapple with like sex and drugs. What happens when theatre is not allowed to be a place for discussion?