Sanaz Ghajar (She/Hers)

Sanaz Ghajar an Iranian-American writer and director whose work has been described as “ambitiously subversive” and “unapologetically experimental” (Time Out NY). Described as having a “deft directorial touch” (Culturebot), she recently directed ENTER PORTER (Exponential Festival – Digital Edition), VOICES FROM A PANDEMIC (Notch Theatre), and BLOODSHOT by Elinor Vanderburg (Target Margin Theater). Before that she developed and directed DANGER SIGNALS, a unique collaboration with British playwright Nina Segal and pop musician Jen Goma. Her writing was recently featured in Theater in Quarantine’s CLOSET WORKS, presented by the Invisible Dog Arts Center. Before that, her play RED WEDNESDAY was presented by Mabou Mines through their SUITE/Space Initiative. She has developed work nationally and internationally with Prague Film & Theater Center, BRIC Arts | Media House, New York Theatre Workshop, New Georges, The Drama League, Bushwick Starr, and others.