George Ferencz (born February 3, 1947) is an American theater director, producer, and teacher of Hungarian descent who first rose to fame with his productions of Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape (1976) and Dynamo (1976).
A major name in American theater, he is renowned for his innovative stagings of plays and musicals by Sam Shepard, Eugene O’Neill, and Amiri Baraka.
He has taught Theater at Columbia University, Yale University and New York University. He co-founded the Impossible Ragtime Theater in 1975 with Pam Mitchell, Ted Story and Cynthia Crane. Ferencz is known for his extensive work with La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club where he was a resident director from 1982 to 2008. –Wikipedia
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