Oskar Eustis is artistic director of The Public Theater and has worked as a director, dramaturg, and artistic director for theaters around the country. He has directed the world premieres of Rinne Groff’s The Ruby Sunrise and Compulsion; Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches (for which he received the Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Director); and Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika, as well as world premieres of plays by Philip Kan Gotanda, David Henry Hwang, Emily Mann, and others. Eustis was a professor at Brown University, where he founded and chaired the Trinity Rep/Brown University Consortium for professional theater training. He has held professorships at Brown, UCLA, and New York University. He currently serves as professor of dramatic writing and arts and public policy at NYU. Eustis was the lead producer on the Tony Award-winning revival of Hair, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and The Merchant of Venice on Broadway.