Lee Gundersheimer is a writer, actor, director and teacher based in NYC.
He directed the world premiere of the Obie winning Three Seconds in the Key by Deb Margolin at PS122 and her play Why Cleaning Fails at Here and Dixon Place where he also co-wrote (with Rae C. Wright) and directed The Moon in Vain. Recently directed the new play Sex and The Holy Land for the Fringe where it was awarded an encore presentation.
He is the author of many plays including Pas De Deux, winner of Best New American Play on Theater Row, and Incommunicado, which opened the 1998 New Federal Theatre season and was nominated for three Audelco awards.
Lee has staged over fifty plays in New York City including works by Adam Rapp and Neil LaBute. He is the former Industry Liaison in the Department of Drama at NYU and was the Producing Director at Century Center for the Performing Arts and Artistic Director of Avalon Repertory Theatre. He is a member of the Actors Studio and teaches acting and audition technique here in Manhattan.
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