Twenty-year-old director COLEMAN RAY CLARK is a New York based director. Most recently, Clark directed Kiss Me, Kate (The Arts Center of the Ozarks) and The Nina Variations (The Bridge Production Group.) Assistant directing credits include: The 24 Hour Plays On Broadway (Broadway) with director Mark Brokaw and His Eye Is On the Sparrow (Portland Center Stage) with director Timothy Douglas. Directing credits include: Into The Woods, Moon Over Buffalo, Completely Hollywood: Abridged, Charade, and The Iliad, The Odyssey, and All Greek Mythology in 99 Minutes or Less (New Threshold Theatre); The 39 Steps (Trike Theatre); Stop Kiss (The Hatchery); Nothing Is the End of the World: Except for the End of the World, We Loathe Our Customers, and Check Please (Fayetteville High School).
His work continues off-stage with The 24 Hour Plays where he is the administrative assistant to executive director Mark Armstrong. Clark is a Stage Directors and Choreographers Society Associate Member and alumni of the SDC Foundation intern program. While attending high school in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Clark founded New Threshold Theatre. Currently, Coleman is studying to receive a BA in Theatre Arts with a concentration in Directing at Marymount Manhattan College.
SDC Associate Member