Shirley Serotsky Director of Literary and Public Programming, Theater J

In addition to serving as Theater J’s Director of Literary and Public Programming, Shirley Serotsky has also directed Theater J’s productions "The Moscows of Nantucket," "The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall" and "Mikveh." Recently, she garnered rave reviews with her production of "Juno and the Paycock" at Washington Shakespeare Theatre, and directed the well-received staged reading of "Bengal Tiger" at the Baghdad Zoo at Arena Stage for their New Play Festival.