Lee Sunday Evans
Lee Sunday Evans is an Obie award-winning director and choreographer and was recently appointed Artistic Director of Waterwell. Recent credits include the world premiere of Dance Nation by Clare Barron (Playwrights Horizons); Miller, Mississippi by Boo Killebrew (Long Wharf Theatre, Dallas Theatre Center); The Things That Were There by David Greenspan (Bushwick Starr); Intractable Woman by Stefano Massini (The Play Company); The Winter’s Tale (Public Theater); Home (BAM); Farmhouse/Whorehouse by Suzanne Bocanegra (BAM); Bull In A China Shop by Bryna Turner (Lincoln Center/LCT3); Caught by Christopher Chen (The Play Company); [Porto] by Kate Benson (The Bushwick Starr); A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of The Great Lakes by Kate Benson (OBIE Award; Women’s Project, New Georges); All The Roads Home by Jen Silverman (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); Macbeth (performed by three women; Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival); Wellesley Girl by Brendan Pelsue (Humana Festival); D Deb Debbie Deborah by Jerry Lieblich (Clubbed Thumb). She additionally creates original ensemble-devised performance work with CollaborationTown. Evans’ work has been presented and developed at Baryshnikov Arts Center, Sundance Theatre Festival, CATCH, 59E59, The New Ohio, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, The Culture Project, Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, Dixon Place, LaMama. Recipient of the 2017 SDC Breakout Award and the Vineyard Theatre’s 2016 Susan Stroman Award.