Fred Sternfeld

Fred Sternfeld (Director) is pleased to be directing An Enemy of the People for The Access Theatre Project. Recent productions include Tuck Everlasting at French Creek Theatre, Mamma Mia! at Chagrin Valley Little Theatre, Other Desert Cities at Clague Playhouse, You Can’t Take It With You at Karamu House Theatre, Of Mice and Men at Coach House Theatre and Good People at Aurora Theatre.  Over the past 40 years, Fred has directed more than 130 productions in Cleveland, Seattle and Dallas garnering numerous honors and awards, some of which are listed here: Company, Les Miserables: School Edition and A Little Night Music at Fairmount Performing Arts Conservatory; Death of a Salesman, Next to Normal, West Side Story, The Miracle Worker and Baby at TrueNorth; Rent and Into the Woods at Hathaway Brown Theatre Institute; Yellowman and The Bluest Eye at Karamu Theatre; Saturday Night, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Peter Pan at Beck Center; Ragtime, the musical, Conversations With My Father and Man of La Mancha at the JCC and Fiddler on the Roof and The Sound of Music at Cain Park. Additionally, he and his wife Randi recently started producing shows on Broadway - the Lortel Nominated Best Musical Be More Chill, the upcoming revival of The Secret Garden and a new musical written by Jerry Zucker (film: Airplane, Naked Gun, Ghost) currently titled Intermission! The Musical! Upcoming projects include Love Letters at Twin Masks Performing Arts Center and Falsettos for The Access Theatre Project. Proud member of SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers Society), the union for Stage Directors and Choreographers.

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