1 hr 5 min

Bullpen Sessions Episode 21: Estefanía Fadul The Farm Theater's Bullpen Sessions

    • Performing Arts

Estefanía Fadul, Director, stopped by and talked with us before the pandemic and social distancing. Estefanía Fadul is a Colombian-born, New Hampshire-raised, New York City-based director and producer. She loves working on new plays, musicals, and re-examined classics. Her work aims to connect diverse communities through inventive, visceral, and socially-conscious storytelling. Estefanía's recent directing work includes the world premieres of Christina Quintana's Azul (Southern Rep) and Scissoring (INTAR, off-Broadway), Stefan Ivanov's The Same Day (Sfumato Theatre, Bulgaria), James Anthony Tyler's Around 2 (KeenTeens), and the Spanish-language musical Óye Oyá by Rebecca Martínez and Rodolfo Ortega (Milagro).  Estefanía is a recipient of the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center/NNPN’s National Directors Fellowship (2017), the Foeller Fellowship at the Williamstown Theatre Festival (2017), the Drama League Directors Project’s Fall Fellowship (2015) and TV Directing Fellowship (2016), and the Van Lier Fellowship at Repertorio Español (2014-15). She is a member of the New Georges Jam and The Latinx Theatre Commons steering committee, and a former member of The Civilians’ R&D Group and the Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab.
 

Estefanía Fadul, Director, stopped by and talked with us before the pandemic and social distancing. Estefanía Fadul is a Colombian-born, New Hampshire-raised, New York City-based director and producer. She loves working on new plays, musicals, and re-examined classics. Her work aims to connect diverse communities through inventive, visceral, and socially-conscious storytelling. Estefanía's recent directing work includes the world premieres of Christina Quintana's Azul (Southern Rep) and Scissoring (INTAR, off-Broadway), Stefan Ivanov's The Same Day (Sfumato Theatre, Bulgaria), James Anthony Tyler's Around 2 (KeenTeens), and the Spanish-language musical Óye Oyá by Rebecca Martínez and Rodolfo Ortega (Milagro).  Estefanía is a recipient of the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center/NNPN’s National Directors Fellowship (2017), the Foeller Fellowship at the Williamstown Theatre Festival (2017), the Drama League Directors Project’s Fall Fellowship (2015) and TV Directing Fellowship (2016), and the Van Lier Fellowship at Repertorio Español (2014-15). She is a member of the New Georges Jam and The Latinx Theatre Commons steering committee, and a former member of The Civilians’ R&D Group and the Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab.
 

1 hr 5 min