Rebecca Stevens is a producer, director and writer. She is the Chicago Commons Producer for Howlround, Associate Producer of 500 Clown, and a lead designer and facilitator with the experience design collective the dilettantes. Other producing credits include: Williamstown Theater Festival, the Fresh Eyes Project at Red Tape Theatre, and The Dinner Party Project with Dog & Pony Theatre. Writing credits include In the Event of Capture (Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs) performed adaptations of Z for Zachariah, Henry IV (Northwestern University), Army Wives (Pritzker Military Library) and regular contributions to Backstage Magazine and the blog at Steppenwolf Theatre Company where she was the 2009-2010 Artistic Apprentice. Recent directing credits include the Williamstown Theatre Festival Directing Corp where she directed Amy Herzog’s Opportunity, Horse Girls (in association with Collaboraction), Cephalopod (New York International Fringe Festival),Gloomy Sunday (Pavement Group Amuse Bouche), and Avifauna (Red Tape Theatre). She has worked as an assistant director at Goodman Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Kansas City Rep and an assistant dramaturg at Steppenwolf Theatre Company.