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Steven Day (2005)

Graduate Student Postmodern Scene with Undergraduate Actors Steve Day studied theatre at Oklahoma Baptist University before deciding to pursue the MFA in Directing at Baylor. Working with his directing mentor Dr. Marion Castleberry, Steve assisted with the 50th Anniversary production of Horton Foote’s The Traveling Lady and directed the Southern premiere of Foote's The Actor.

Today, Steve lives and works in New York City where he founded of Firebone Theatre. He is a member of the Lincoln Center directing lab and the Society of American Fight Directors.

His professional directing credits include: Invisible Child (MTF), the world premiere of Deadheading Roses at the Lamb’s Little Theatre, Miguel Manara, a lyric play, for Black Friars Theatre, a workshop of The World is Round by Armand Salacrou for the Horizon Theatre Repertory, and Refuge of Lies at Theatre Row. Steve's production of Emily, also at Theatre Row, garnered Elizabeth Davis (pictured with the director above) a NYITaward for best actress for her performance as Emily Dickenson. 

Steve Day is currently the Creative Director for Vertical Learning Curve the animated online degree program and the director of Motion Capture NYC.

Steve’s thesis project at Baylor was Flight by Arthur Giron.

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