Brooklyn, United States
Jonathan Taylor is a director, teacher, and movement artist based in Brooklyn. He is Co-Founder and Artistic Director of The SuperGeographics Ensemble Theatre. With The SuperGeographics he has directed: Un Castillo de Cartas, Panic Everything’s Fine, Bacchic, Moving Mouths, RePlay: Shelter Island, and Signal. Under his direction The SuperGeographics work has been seen across The US and in Sweden, Chile, and India.
New York Credits include directing Adam & Evie (Dixon Place), Julius Caesar (The Brick). Jonathan has served as Movement Director for Spaceman by Leegrid Stevens (Drama Desk Nominated best Solo-Show) and several short films including Britain Ashford’s “I Could Have Danced All Night” music video.
International Credits include: Un Castillo De Cartas (Santiago, Chile) Moving Mouths (Goteborg, Sweden) and La Casa Azul in Kathmandu, a play on the life and work of Frida Kahlo performed by 60 Nepali 9th Graders. Additionally, he has taught workshops in India, Ireland, Italy and Russia.
Jonathan holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University and is an alum of The SITI Conservatory. Currently, he is pursuing a master’s in Political Science; International Relations and Global Justice at Brooklyn College. Jonathan is and Associate Artists of Anne Bogart’s SITI Company, where is also Education and Outreach Manager and teacher of The Suzuki Method and The Viewpoints.