Caitlin Sullivan is a New York based director and theater maker.
Her recent work has been presented by Ars Nova, New Georges, New Ohio Theater, WP Theater, Danspace, Fuesebox Festival, the Drama League, On the Boards and Seattle Repertory Theatre. Other associations include New York Theatre Workshop, LCT3, Manhattan Theatre Club and ZSpace. Caitlin is the Associate Director of HUNDRED DAYS and THE LUCKY ONES (by The Bengsons and Sarah Gancher, dir. Anne Kauffman) and the Resident Director for the HUNDRED DAYS tour.
Before moving to New York, Caitlin co-founded Seattle's critically acclaimed Satori Group. As Artistic Director, she created and/or directed seven original works. You can read more about the Satori Group here.
Caitlin spent several summers as the Artistic Director of the Williams College Summer Theatre Lab, where she developed new work with Martyna Majok, The Bengsons, Mallery Avidon, Dipika Guha, and Caroline McGraw. In addition to Williams, she has worked as a teacher and director at Rutgers University, Cornish College of the Arts, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, and the National Theater Institute.
Born and raised in Boston (Dorchester!), MA, Caitlin is a graduate of Williams College, an alum of the Drama League Directors Project and Next Stage Artist Residency, a member of the New Georges Jam and a New Georges Affiliate Artist.