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Jeremy Ohringer

  • Performance for Non-Majors; Politics, Pop Culture, and the Stage
  • ​MFA Directing, Boston University

  • Theatre Studies

Jeremy is a Chicago-based director and educator. He is also a half-time assistant professor at North Central College where he directs as well as teaches acting and theatre history. Favorite directing credits include Raymondo (The Cartographers), Tristan and Iseult (NCC), Stupid F***ing Bird (The Theatre School), Angels in America: Perestroika (Boston University), Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children (Boston University), Who Walked All Night… (Rhino Fest), Salve Regina (Center on Halsted), Sad Songs for Bad People (Rough House Theater), Who Rowed Across Oceans (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), and Spring Awakening (Fearless Theatre). As a teaching artist and facilitator, he works at Steppenwolf Theatre, Writers Theatre, Chicago Youth Shakespeare, and the National High School Institute “Cherubs" program. He is a graduate of Skidmore College and holds an MFA in directing from Boston University.