Kerry Whigham is a freelance theater director who lives in New York City. Recent productions include House of Home, a new play he developed with playwright Bekah Brunstetter (Williamstown Theatre Festival), the NYC premiere of The Argument by Gregory S. Moss (Attic Theater), Oh, the Horror! (Naked Angels), and Friends in Transient Places (Ars Nova Theater). Other recent productions include Wolves (NYU), Missed Connections NYC (Ars Nova), Girls I've Like Liked (Ars Nova), and the world premiere of Deception Pass at the Rodey Center for the Arts in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he was one of the inaugural fellows for the Drama League's New American Plays Initiative. He has directed two shows that he also wrote, Nobody Likes the Mormons and Barack and Me (both at Ars Nova), as well as the New York premiere of Jennifer Haley's Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom at the Public Theater as part of the 2008 Summer Play Festival, and the world premiere of Gregory Moss's punkplay at Brown University. He is a Drama League Directing Fellow and the 2010 Bill Foeller Directing Fellow at the Williamstown Theater Festival. In 2006, he and Joshua Halloway were commissioned to create a play about the American Revolution for Syracuse Stage Company; that play, The Revolution Will Be Televised, went on to have a production at the Hangar Theater in Ithaca, New York. In 2005, Kerry worked with four-time Obie-award winning playwright Adrienne Kennedy to develop one of her newest plays, an adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary, for which he directed the world-premiere workshop. He also assisted Douglas Carter Beane on the Broadway production of Xanadu and James Lapine on several workshops of The Nightingale by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater. Other favorite projects include Six Degrees of Separation, Chaucer in Rome, Never Swim Alone, House/Humans, The Blue Room, and The Ugly One. Kerry has received both a B.F.A. and M.A. from NYU, where he is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Performance Studies.