Marina McClure

Marina McClure is a director, producer, choreographer, yoga teacher and collage artist.  She is currently an MFA directing candidate at the California Institute of the Arts. 
She has directed for the New York & Capital Fringe Festivals, REDCAT, The Kennedy Center, Manhattan Theater Source, The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center and in found spaces throughout Washington, DC.  Most recently she directed Iannis Xenakis’s opera The Oresteia at The Wild Beast and assisted director Maria Morett at the Getty Villa in Los Angeles.  Current projects include Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love, a light-driven exploration of Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman, and an interactive installation based on Charles Mee’s text True Love.
Marina produces Superhero Clubhouse's Planet Plays series and is a script reader for the Public Theater's Emerging Writers Group.  As a 2007 General-Campbell Fellow, she collaborated with The Savannah Theatre Project to produce a symposium in South Africa analyzing community in performance and the development and tour of new works in the US and South Africa.  Marina was the founding Artistic Director of Odyssey Productions, an ensemble theater company dedicated to the development of emerging professional artists that produces work in the Washington, DC and New York metro areas.  

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