Noah Himmelstein is a director, producer, and story consultant. In 2021-2022, Noah directed the world premiere of Deborah Zoe Laufer’s Rooted (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth; Heather McDonald’s An Almost Holy Picture (both at Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre) and Sondheim/Lapine’s Into the Woods thru-out Maryland’s Symphony Woods (Young Artists of America).
Recent: Chelsea Marcantel’s Everything is Wonderful (Philadelphia Theatre Company); the world premieres of Andrew Lippa’s I Am Anne Hutchinson (Strathmore with Kristin Chenoweth) and I Am Harvey Milk (Strathmore, Lincoln Center, San Francisco, LA & Denver); Daniel Zaitchik’s The Costume (Inner Voices/Barrow Group); the world premiere of Jonathan Tolins’s The Forgotten Woman (Bay Street Theatre); Michael John LaChiusa & Ellen Fitzhugh’s Los Otros; Karen Hartman’s The Book of Joseph; and JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls (Everyman); Harris Doran, Jason Schafer & Art Bacon’s Bleeding Love (Fredericia Theatre, Denmark); Sara Cooper’s Things I Left On Long Island (NYFringe). In addition, he has directed for the New York Philharmonic (Young People’s Concerts series: The Harlem Renaissance), Lincoln Center American Songbook and American Opera Projects. Asst. Director: Golden Boy (LCT). Noah is Associate Artistic Director of Everyman Theatre and serves as a teaching artist for Broadway Dreams Foundation. He is a graduate of Emerson College. Noah’s debut film, ShirtTugger created with Noah Zachary, will premiere in 2022.