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Alumni in Conversation: Michel Hausmann ‘14SOA with Professor and Theatre Chair, Brian H. Kulick
Join Michel Hausmann ’14SOA and Professor Brian H. Kulick for a conversation on the groundbreaking production of 7 Deadly Sins. Performed in vacant Miami Beach storefronts this past fall, the production featured seven live performances in uniquely-transformed spaces on historic Lincoln Road. The largest professional live theater production taking place in the U.S. during the pandemic, it was nominated for a Drama League Award for Outstanding Interactive or Socially-Distanced Theater. After a sold-out run in Miami, 7 Deadly Sins will begin performances starting on June 23 in New York City’s Meatpacking District.

About Michel Hausmann
Hausmann is a Venzuelan-born theater director, producer, and writer, and the Artistic Director of Miami New Drama. He is the bookwriter and director of the musical The Golem Of Havana, which had a critically acclaimed run at The Colony Theatre after premiering at La Mama and Barrington Stage Company. Off Broadway credits include Vassily Sigarev's Black Milk and Nilo Cruz’s The Color Of Desire. In Caracas, Hausmann was the Artistic Director of Palo De Agua, where he directed Isaac Chocrón’s Los Navegaos, Fiddler on the Roof, Jesus Christ Superstar, and The Producers. He is a New York Theater Workshop 2050 Fellow, a Shubert Presidential fellow, an IRNE nominee, a Richard Rodgers Award finalist, and a Knight Arts Award recipient.

About Brian H. Kulick
Brian Kulick is a director, writer, educator, producer, and current Chair of the Graduate Theatre Program at Columbia University. Previously the Artistic Director of Classic Stage Company and the Artistic Associate and then Associate Producer for the Public Theatre, he’s directed and/or produced acclaimed productions including Galileo, The Tempest, The Forest, Anne Carson's An Oresteia, and the Chekhov Cycle. His upcoming book, Staging Shakespeare, will be published by Bloomsbury Books.

This program is co-sponsored by CAA Arts Access and Columbia University School of the Arts.

May 11, 2021 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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