Ken-Matt Martin (Director/Choreographer) notable directing credits include August Wilson’s Fences and The Piano Lesson (Pyramid Theatre Company), Jonathan Larson’s tick…tick…Boom (Brown/Trinity Rep), A Son, Come Home and Brotherhood at Williamstown Theatre Festival, Nia Vardalos’ adaptation of Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things (Baltimore Center Stage), the world premiere of NANCY (Mosaic Theatre Company), Hello, Dolly! (Arkansas Repertory Theatre), and the forthcoming musical Long Way Down, which will play engagements at Olney Theatre Center and New York’s Apollo Theatre. In addition, he created the 20/50 New Play Festival, the Ignite Chicago Festival, Goodman Theatre’s Live @Five Show, and was the co-founder of the Pyramid Theatre Company. Martin served key positions at Baltimore Center Stage, Victory Gardens Theatre, Goodman Theatre, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. As a collaborator, he was part of the team to help orchestrate the Broadway transfers of The Sound InsideGrand HorizonsRose Tattoo, and Lempicka, and the Off-Broadway transfers of Moscow, Moscow, Moscow, Moscow, Moscow, MoscowSearedSelling Kabul, and Unknown Soldier. He holds M.F.A. in directing from Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company. More at