Kimberly Senior is a Chicago based freelance director and the director of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winning play DISGRACED by Ayad Akhtar. (Lincoln Center Theatre/LCT3, American Theatre Company). She also directed Akhtar's The Who and The What (Lincoln Center Theatre/LCT3). Chicago credits include: After the Revolution, Madagascar, The Overwhelming, and The Busy World is Hushed (Next Theatre), Hedda Gabler, The Letters (Writers Theatre), 4000 Miles, The Whipping Man (Northlight Theatre), Want, The North Plan (Steppenwolf), Waiting for Lefty (American Blues), Old Times, The Conquest of the South Pole, Uncle Vanya, Cherry Orchard, Three Sisters, Fuddy Meers, and Knives in Hens (Strawdog), Cripple of Inishmaan, Bug and The Pillowman (Redtwist Theatre), Thieves Like Us (The House Theatre), All My Sons and Dolly West's Kitchen (TimeLine Theatre) among others. Regional: The Who and The What (La Jolla Playhouse), Little Gem (City Theatre), Murder on the Nile, A Few Good Men (Peninsula Players), Mauritius (Theatre Squared, Fayetteville, AR). Upcoming: Rapture, Blister Burn (Goodman Theatre), The Diary of Anne Frank (Writers' Theatre), Asher Lev and Inana (TimeLine Theatre) and the upcoming The Who and The What (Victory Gardens Theater). She is also a 2013 Finalist for the SDCF Joe A. Callaway Award and Zelda Fichandler Award. Kimberly is an Artistic Associate at Northlight Theatre, Next Theatre, Strawdog Theatre, and Chicago Dramatists. Her work has received multiple Joseph Jefferson nominations. Kimberly lives in Evanston with her husband, scenic designer, Jack Magaw, and her children, Noah and Delaney. Kimberly is a proud member of SDC.