Victor Maog is a director and producer with credits including: ABC/Disney, The Public Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Signature Theatre Company, Mabou Mines, and 2g, where he serves as Artistic Director. For the last 20 years, his work has thrived in professional, community-based and educational settings, and now has reached over half the continental United States. He's one of American Theatre Magazine's "20 Theatre Workers You Should Know" (October 2015) and an inaugural TCG SPARK Leader, in addition to receiving the NEA/TCG Career Development Award for Directors, Altvater Fellowship at Cornerstone Theater Company, Van Lier Directing Fellowship at Second Stage Theatre, and the Presidential Award with the Theatre Arts Project. He recently had the world premiere of his first full-length play, tot: THE UNTOLD, YET SPECTACULAR STORY OF (a filipino) HULK HOGAN, at Mu Performing Arts/Jerome Foundation in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Maog currently directs and develops large-scale stage shows, live events, and spectaculars for Walt Disney Creative Entertainment. Vice President, CAATA Board. B.A. in Global Leadership and Performance Studies - NYU/Gallatin. www.victormaog.com
Interview with MacArthur “Genius” Tommie Lindsey and Three-Time Tony Award-Winner Jhett Tolentino
Asian American Theatre
A series that explores various Asian American artists' perspectives on the field-at-large and specifically the 2014 National Asian American Theatre Conference and Festival theme of "Home: Here? There? Where?"