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JUSTIN J. SACRAMONE


DIRECTOR | DRAMATURG | PRODUCER

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JUSTIN J. SACRAMONE


DIRECTOR | DRAMATURG | PRODUCER

Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn
— Gore Vidal

Justin is a director, dramaturg, and producer who is originally from Boston, Massachusetts. His directing credits include an entry into the 9th Annual Chicago One Minute Play Festival, I Like You So Much by Maria Wesler at Eclectic Full Contact Theatre, and Addressing the Nation by Cassandra Rose at Headline Theatre Project. Recent assistant directing credits include the world premiere of Blind Date, directed by Robert Falls at Goodman Theatre, The Wolf at the End of the Block, directed by Lili-Anne Brown at 16th Street Theatre, Homos, or Everyone in America (also dramaturg), directed by Derek Van Barham at Pride Films and Plays, and Bus Stop, directed by Steve Scott at Eclipse Theatre Company. Justin was a nominator for the 2017 Kilroy's List and the 2017 fall literary management and dramaturgy intern at Goodman Theatre where he helped develop plays with Paula Vogel and Ike Holter. He attended the Tennessee Williams Institute and holds a BFA in Theatre from Salem State University. Prior to Chicago, Justin lived in Central Florida where he directed/produced for the Orlando International Fringe Festival and developed live entertainment with Walt Disney Imagineering. Most recently, he was the dramaturg on HeLa at Sideshow Theatre and was an associate artist with The New Colony.

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Now Playing


Now Playing


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HeLa

written by J. Nicole Brooks

directed by Jonathan L. Green

dramaturgy by Justin J. Sacramone

November 18 - December 23

Sideshow Theatre Company, Chicago IL , a co-production with Greenhouse Productions

Visit Sideshow’s website for tickets and additional information.

3.5 stars. Wholly imaginative...a worthy...meditation on what makes our lives matter — even after we’ve ceased to be.
— Chicago Tribune
[A] heartfelt examination of race, medicine, and basic humanity in America. I felt fortunate to witness.
— Chicago Reader
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Press


Press


 

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Portfolio


Portfolio


 

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Directing


Experience

Directing


Experience

9th Annual Chicago One Minute Play Festival

Produced in partnership with The Den Theatre, Chicago, IL

THIN MINTS (reading)

by Ellen Steves

Red Theatre Company, Chicago, IL

I LIKE YOU SO MUCH

by Maria Wesler

Eclectic Full Contact Theatre, Chicago, IL

ADDRESSING THE NATION

by Cassandra Rose

Headline Theatre Project, Chicago, IL

MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW (reading)

by Halley Feiffer

First Floor Theatre, Chicago, IL

GLORIA (reading)

by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Emerson Umbrella Arts Center, Concord, MA

SORRY ASS BLOCK PARTY

by Cynthia Arsenault and Jeni Mahoney

Fresh Ink Theatre, Boston, MA

SPEED-THE-PLOW

by David Mamet

Orlando International Fringe Festival, Orlando, FL

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Assistant Directing


Experience

Assistant Directing


Experience

BLIND DATE

by Rogelio Martinez and directed by Robert Falls

World Premiere, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL

HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA

by Jordan Seavey and directed by Derek Van Barham

Midwest Premiere at Pride Films and Plays, Chicago, IL

THE WOLF AT THE END OF THE BLOCK

by Ike Holter and directed by Lili-Anne Brown

16th Street Theatre, Berwyn, IL

BUS STOP

by William Inge and directed by Steve Scott

Eclipse Theatre Company, Chicago, IL

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF

by Edward Albee and directed by Scott Edmiston

Lyric Stage Company, Boston, MA

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Other Experience


Other Experience


Dramaturg

HELA

by J. Nicole brooks and directed by Jonathan L. Green

World Premiere at Sideshow Theatre Company

HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA

by Jordan Seavey and directed by Derek Van Barham

Midwest Premiere at Pride Films and Plays

EQUUS

by Peter Shaffer and directed by Nancy Curran Willis

Emerson Umbrella Arts Center, Concord, MA

 

Script Supervisor

BLIND DATE (Production Workshop)

by Rogelio Martinez and directed by Robert Falls

Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL

EDEN PRAIRIE, 1971 (Script Workshop)

by Mat Smart and directed by Henry Wishcamper

Goodman Theatre New Stages Festival, Chicago, IL

LOTTERY DAY (Production Workshop)

by Ike Holter and directed by Lili-Anne Brown

Goodman Theatre's New Stages Festival, Chicago, Illinois

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Education


Education


SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Theatre

Class of 2012

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS INSTITUTE

Independent Scholar

Class of 2016

GOODMAN THEATRE

Literary Management/Dramaturgy Intern

Fall 2017

THE NEW COLONY

Associate Artist - Intro to TNC

Fall 2018

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Let's collaborate


Let's collaborate


Are you a playwright seeking a director for a development workshop?

A director in need of a capable assistant?

A producer looking for a qualified dramaturg?

Contact me and let's begin the conversation.

 
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