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Todd Salovey

 

office: Galbraith Hall 133
email: tsalovey@ucsd.edu

Biography

TODD SALOVEY (MFA, UCSD) teaches acting and directs in the undergraduate theatre major at UCSD. Todd is in his 13th season as the REP's Associate Artistic Director. Most recently, At the REP, Todd has directed Edward Albee's Tony Award winning classic Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and the world premiere of Yehuda Hyman's The Mad Dancers. Other REP directing credits include: The Illusion, Uncle Vanya, The Dybbuk, Death of a Salesman, Hamlet, The Imaginary Invalid, and the west coast premiere of Three Hotels. For the past eight years, Salovey has served as artistic director of the Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Festival which commissions new work exploring Jewish traditions in contemporary artistic forms, presents accomplished Jewish artists from around the world, and attempts to nurture and develop the next generation of significant Jewish art. In association with the Los Angeles-based Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity, the Festival has commissioned more than 30 new works, presented performers from eleven countries, and collaborated with Teatro Punto y Coma, San Diego Opera, the Old Globe, Eveoke Dance Theatre, San Diego Ballet, and Malashock Dance and Company.

 

 

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