Benjamin Kamine is a Manhattan-based stage director with a focus on new work. His recent credits include the world premieres of Carlyle by Thomas Bradshaw (Goodman Theatre), Nibbler by Ken Urban (The Amoralists at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), A Comedy of Manors by Zoe Samuel (Adirondack Theatre Festival), a cautionary tail by christopher oscar pena (Flea Theater), and the New York premiere of Washer/Dryer by Nandita Shenoy (Ma-Yi Theatre Company). Kamine is an Associate Artist at The Flea Theater and the Resident Director at the Jewish Plays Project. He has developed new work with Ars Nova, Berkeley Rep, Cape Cod Theatre Project, the Civilians, Ensemble Studio Theater, the Lark, New York Theatre Workshop, PlayPenn, Playwrights Realm, Primary Stages, and Soho Rep among many others. Academic directing includes Brooklyn College, University of the Arts, and NYU Tisch, where he is an adjunct professor. He has been a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, the Civilians R&D Group, the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, and he was a 14-15 LABA Fellow. Member: SDC.