COLEMAN RAY CLARK is a New York-based director and producer. Most recently, Clark directed the site-aware production of Bare at St. John’s Lutheran Church in NYC. Other directing credits include: The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco, Detroit by Lisa D’Amour, and Punk Rock by Simon Stephens (Marymount Manhattan College); Kiss Me, Kate (The Arts Center of the Ozarks); The Nina Variations by Steven Dietz (The Bridge Production Group); Stop Kiss by Diana Son (The Hatchery); Into The Woods, Moon Over Buffalo, Completely Hollywood: Abridged, Charade, and The Iliad, The Odyssey, and All Greek Mythology in 99 Minutes or Less (New Threshold Theatre); The 39 Steps (Trike Theatre). Assistant directing credits include: The 24 Hour Plays On Broadway (Broadway) with director Mark Brokaw, His Eye Is On the Sparrow (Portland Center Stage) with director Timothy Douglas, and Superior Donuts (TheatreSquared) with director Sean Patrick Reilly. Clark trained as a producer and artistic leader during his three years at The 24 Hour Plays under Executive Director Mark Armstrong. Clark is a Stage Directors and Choreographers Society Associate Member and alumni of the SDC Foundation intern program. While attending high school in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Clark founded New Threshold Theatre, which he ran for three seasons. Proud graduate of Marymount Manhattan College. Currently, Clark is the Deputy Director of The 24 Hour Plays, where he produces time-limited theatre all around the world.