Tyne Rafaeli returns to Lincoln Center Theater where she worked on the productions of The King and I, Golden Boy, and Nikolai and the Others. Her recent productions include Ming Pfeiffer's Usual Girls (Roundabout; Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Play), Craig Lucas' I Was Most Alive With You (Playwrights Horizons), and the New York premiere of Lauren Yee’s In a Word (New York Times Critic’s Picks); Martyna Majok’s Ironbound; and the world premieres of Anna Ziegler’s Actually, Amanda Peet’s Our Very Own Carlin McCullough (both at Geffen Playhouse), Michael Yates Crowley’s The Rape of The Sabine Women (Playwrights Realm). Upcoming: Selling Kabul (Williamstown Theatre Festival), The Coast Starlight (La Jolla Playhouse). Her work has also been seen at Classic Stage Company, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Public, Roundabout, Atlantic, Williamstown Theatre Festival, California Shakespeare Festival, Two River, PlayMakers Rep, New York Stage & Film, Goodspeed, and Juilliard, among others. She is a 2016-18 Time Warner Directing Fellow at the Women's Project Theater and received the 2014 SDC Sir John Gielgud Fellowship for Classic Direction.