Her recent credits include the world premieres of Until We Find Each Other by Brooke Berman and The Pain and the Itch by Bruce Norris, the Chicago and Galway productions of Purple Heart, Three Days of Rain, Drawer Boy, I Never Sang for my Father, and Man from Nebraska. She also directed the world premieres of The Ordinary Yearning of Miriam Buddwing by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros at Steppenwolf and Bruce Norris's The Infidel at both Steppenwolf and the Philadelphia Theatre Company.
Other credits include Iron at Manhattan Theatre Club, A Fair Country by Jon Robin Baitz at the Huntington Theatre Company, and Edwin Sanchez's Trafficking in Broken Hearts for the Atlantic Theatre Company.
After directing Tracy Letts' August: Osage County at Steppenwolf and winning the Jefferson Award for Best Director, she took the play to Broadway with all but two of the original cast and, among many accolades including Time Magazine's #1 Best Plays in America, the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Director of a Play on Broadway, Shapiro won the Tony Award for Best Director of a Play.
ESPN's out Player: Julian Bryce Invades Cable's Butchest Network on the Reality Game Show Beg, Borrow & Deal. (Television)
Sep 17, 2002; As the stereotype goes, queer men aren't supposed to play or follow competitive sports. Openly gay entertainment reporter Julian...
Food & Drink: Meaty, Beety, Big and Bouncy ; EATING OUT; Smiths of Smithfield Is the Butchest New Eaterie in Town, Where Even the Root Vegetables Ooze Testosterone
Jun 24, 2000; Is this whole guy thing going too far? In its pre-opening swagger, Smiths of Smithfield boasted of being a "landmark...