Phoebe Brooks (Theater Creature)
Phoebe received her B.A. in Theater and English Literature from Northwestern University. She's currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Theatre Directing at Columbia University under the tutelage of Anne Bogart. Phoebe created a compostable theater piece called "Dance Telephone" which she has produced several times in Chicago, New York and on the internet. She works as a Teaching Artist for Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. In her spare time, she sees a crazy amount of theater, knits and crochets crafts for her Etsy shop and composes excruciatingly hilarious puns in her twitter account.
"It's the best possible time to be alive, when almost everything you thought you knew is wrong."- Arcadia
Phoebe is a theater maker originally from Yonkers, NY. She's the Programming Director for Spicy Witch Productions, a repertory company focused on improving gender parity onstage and off. For SWP she has directed Becky Shaw, The Country Wife, COULD THIS MEETING HAVE BEEN AN EMAIL, Mary Stuart and Measure for Measure. As an actor, she has performed with Emit Theatre (where she's a company member), Exquisite Corpse, Pipeline, Nylon Fusion, Cradle Theatre, HMTCA and Adirondack Shakespeare Company.