Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson is a director, actor and educator. He is an original company member and performed in many productions including The Bald Soprano, The Glass Menagerie, Balm in Gilead, Angels in America, The Cherry Orchard and Oedipus. He is a proud native of Pittsburgh, PA, where he earned his BFA in Acting from Point Park University. He currently lives in Austin, Texas, where he is pursuing his MFA in Directing at The University of Texas at Austin. Steven has worked with many other great organizations including Lookingglass Theatre, The Court Theatre, LiveWire Chicago Theatre and A Red Orchid Theatre, where he is an Artistic Associate. During his time in Chicago, Steven directed the world premiere of Homer’s The Iliad, adapted by Craig Wright and the Chicago premiere of Mat Smart’s The 13th of Paris. Steven often returns to his hometown of Pittsburgh to direct plays for No Name Players. There he most recently directed the world premiere of Sean Graney’s Oedipus and the Foul Mess in Thebes. In Austin, Steven has directed at The Zach Theatre, The University of Texas, Hyde Park Theatre’s annual Fronterafest and his thesis production of William Saroyan’s The Beautiful People. You can view his digital directing portfolio at this link: