Artist Bios

Kip Fagan

Kip Fagan

(Bio as of August 2014)

Kip Fagan makes his Goodman Theatre debut. His off-Broadway credits include Jesse Eisenberg’s The Revisionist and Asuncion, There Are No More Big Secrets by Heidi Schreck, How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them by Halley Feiffer, That Pretty Pretty, Recess and Roadkill Confidential by Sheila Callaghan, Jack's Precious Moment by Samuel D. Hunter, Reborning by Zayd Dohrn, Cipher by Cory Hinkel, The Young Left by Greg Keller, Nelson by Sam Marks and the premiere of Christopher Durang's Not a Creature Was Stirring. His regional credits include the world premiere of Heidi Schreck's The Consultant (Long Wharf Theatre); Tommy Smith and Gabriel Kahane’s musical Caravan Man (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Venus in Fur (George Street Playhouse and Philadelphia Theater Company); Maple and Vine (City Theatre); Circle Mirror Transformation (Marin Theatre Company); the world premiere of Small Tragedy (Playwrights’ Center); The Waverly Gallery (Empty Space); Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom and Michael Von Siebenburg Melts Through the Floorboards (Humana Festival) and many plays with Printer's Devil Theatre in Seattle, which he co-founded. Mr. Fagan will also direct the upcoming musical adaptation of Bull Durham at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta. He was a 2003/2004 NEA/TCG directing fellow and the 2007 Bill Foeller directing fellow at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.