Alex Roe has directed plays from the ancients to the most modern.  Concentrating on lively interpretations of classics and new works created by the performing ensemble, his productions are known for their wit, intelligence, and visual beauty, as well as the subtlety of their understanding.

His 1997 production of The Way of the World for Blue Coat Repertory won the off-off-broadway review Award for excellence, and his recent production of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard represented the United States at the Second International Russian Theatre Festival in Paris in November, 1999.

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