Jonathan Vandenberg is a director of theatre and installation works. He received an MFA in Directing from Columbia University. He subsequently trained with the Suzuki Company in Toga, Japan.

In New York, he has conceived and directed Oresteia after Aeschylus at Classic Stage Company, The Kingdom from Judaic mythology at P.S. 122 as a Mabou Mines resident artist, The Crossing of the Visible at the Center for Performance Research, and the site-specific performance installation Tantalus on the Ancient Greek figure. He collaborated with director Robert Woodruff in co-creating Festenmacher from screenplays by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Thomas Vinterberg for New York University Graduate Acting.

Regionally, he has conceived and directed Iago: Images Unseen from Shakespeare for Cutting Ball Theatre (San Francisco), the performance installation Axis Mundi for the Middlebury College Museum of Art (Middlebury, Vermont), and directed new works for the Magic Theatre Young California Writers Project (San Francisco).

He is on the faculty of Yale-NUS College in Singapore. Previous faculty positions include Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, Vanderbilt University, and Middlebury College.

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