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Becca Wolff is a California-based director and co-founder of Tilted Field Productions. She explores the intersection of the theatrical and the confessional, collaborating with virtuosic performer/creators to explore deeply personal material in bold new ways.

Our Country: The Antigone Project, her collaboration with Annie Saunders of Wilderness, is currently touring. It will be at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica November 9 & 10, 2019. Past presentations of Our Country include the Sibiu Festival in Romania, New York Stage & Film's Powerhouse, Summerhall @ the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival and The Public Theater as part of the Incoming! Festival at Under the Radar. The piece was commissioned by San Francisco Playhouse, and developed with crucial support from piece by piece productions and the Getty Villa.

Other projects include Giovanni Adams' critically acclaimed solo Love Is a Dirty Word, which premiered in a sold out run at VS. Theatre Company in LA, and toured to Z Space in San Francisco. Also at Z Space, she directed the Kilbanes’ smash-hit rock opera Weightless, produced in association with piece by piece productions. Weightless has since been presented at the ACT and at the Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival in association with BRIC Arts Media.

In the Bay Area this season, she will direct the regional premiere of Clare Barron’s Dance Nation (San Francisco Playhouse) and two world premieres: Yilong Liu’s The Book of Mountains and Seas (New Conservatory Theatre Center, SF) and Chris Chen’s The Ruler (Aurora Theatre Company, Berkeley.) She also directed The Statue, a short film by Natalie Newman, which is currently showing in festivals. Recent appearances include the Bay Area Intl Children’s Film Festival (Children’s Choice Award winner,) the Tiburon Intl Film Festival and Film Independent’s Project Involve. Further dates to TBA soon.

She is developing projects with Atosa Babaoff (The Ego Never Rests, My Beloveds) Julia Brothers (Untitled RFK Project, commission SF Playhouse) and Ken Robinson (Flying Easy, Project Springboard Finalist.)

Her work has been named to Best Of lists in the SF Chronicle and LA Weekly. Awards and nominations for her work include Princess Grace, Outstanding Solo Show & Outstanding Musical at the NYC Fringe, Ovations (Los Angeles), Theatre Bay Area and Bay Area Critics Circle. She is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, co-creator of SCOTUS Theater and is represented by Evan Morse/the Gersh Agency. Member SDC.