Pirronne Yousefzadeh is a Brooklyn based theatre director. Recent projects include Utopia, Minnesota by Meg Miroshnik (2016 Sagal Fellowship, Williamstown Theatre Festival), That High Lonesome Sound (Actors Theatre of Louisville; 2015 Humana Festival of New American Plays), And If You Lose Your Way, or A Food Odyssey (Invisible Dog; NYIT Award Nominee), and We Are Proud To Present A Presentation... by Jackie Sibblies Drury (InterAct Theatre Company). Her productions of The Dangerous House of Pretty Mbane (InterAct Theater Company) and In The Blood (Theatre Horizon) together received a total of fifteen Barrymore Award nominations, including Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Overall Production for both. She is a recipient of the SDC Denham Fellowship, a Usual Suspect at New York Theatre Workshop, member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, member of Wingspace, New Georges Affiliated Artist and member of The Jam, and an alumna of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, Ensemble Studio Theatre Resident Director Program, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, and Drama League Directors Project. Pirronne has served on the faculty at UT Austin, Rutgers University/NJIT, and Bard High School Early College, and is a frequent guest director at Juilliard, Fordham University, and Ramapo College, among others. M.F.A., Columbia University. Member, SDC. Current and upcoming: The Lake Effect by Rajiv Joseph (Geva Theatre Center), Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play by Anne Washburn (Ramapo College) and Vinegar Tom by Caryl Churchill (Atlantic Theatre School).