Xunesis Advising Partner
Jessi D. Hill  

Jessi D. Hill is currently in residence at Yale University in the Theatre Department. Previously she had been Stage Left's Artistic Director since August 2000. Most recently, Jessi directed the highly acclaimed productions of Mia McCullough's Suicide, Brett Neveu's Empty and the Jeff Nominated, Tribune and Sun-Times' "Best of 2002" production of Mrs. Mackenzie's Beginner's Guide to the Blues at Stage Left. Other Stage Left directing credits include the critically acclaimed productions of Dimly Perceived Threats to the System, Private Passage, and The Sensitive Swashbuckler and Other Dating Myths, which currently tours colleges and universities nationwide. She has been living and working in Chicago for the last six years and has worked for some of Chicago's finest theatres including (alphabetically) About Face, Apollo, A Red Orchid, Bailiwick, Chicago Dramatists, cobalt, Court, Emerald City, Factory, Famous Door, Fleetwood-Jourdain, Irish Repertory of Chicago, Light Opera Works, Live Bait, Lookingglass, Mary Arrchie, Naked Eye, Organic, Pegasus, Porchlight, Remy Bumppo, Shakespeare Rep., Steppenwolf, Terrapin, Theatre at the Center, Victory Gardens, and Visions & Voices.


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