Medford native, Artistic Director Anneke Reich is an educator, singer, and theater practitioner. She is currently pursuing her M. Ed. at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has taught and directed at various schools and theater organizations in Boston for over six years, where she focuses on fostering student voice, and working to help students fight for social justice through gaining critical thinking and analysis skills about themselves and the world around them through the powerful process of creating theater.
As a director, she is strongly influenced by feminist & queer theory. Her favorite directorial endeavor was a feminist production of Richard III. As an actor, credits include Bridge Rep’s Julius Caesar, Apollinaire Theater’s Blood Wedding, Imaginary Beasts’ Lovers’ Quarrels, and Artists’ Theater of Boston’s Trojan Women: A Love Story and Much Ado About Nothing. Anneke is also a member of Boston-based band Big Fuzzy; find them playing all around town. She is a graduate of Brandeis University, where she studied Theatre Arts and American Studies.