Sheryl Kaller (Director) Recent projects include: Sacred Valley by Josh Radnor, Frozen for Disney Creative/Disney Cruise Lines, Do This by Karen Siff Exhorn, The White Chip by Sean Daniels and Choice by Winnie Holzman. She directed the world premieres of Billy Porter’s While I Yet Live (Primary Stages), Nick Blaemire’s new musical A Little More Alive (Barrington Stage, Kansas City Rep), Roundabout Theatre Company’s Underground production of Too Much, Too Much, Too Many by Meghan Kennedy, and the LCT3 production of Mr. Joy by Daniel Beaty. Sheryl directed Terence McNally’s Tony nominated play on Broadway, Mothers and Sons with Tyne Daly. She received a Tony nomination for the Broadway production of Next Fall by Geoffrey Nauffts. She has directed at many theaters including The New Group, Pasadena Playhouse, Primary Stages, Williamstown Theatre Festival, A.C.T., New York Stage and Film, The Geffen, Philadelphia Theater Company, The Huntington, Bucks County Playhouse, the York, EST, National Theater of the Deaf and Naked Angels. She is currently in development with Billy Porter, Ryan Spahn, Dan Fogler, Harrison David Rivers, Alex Lubischer, Annmarie Milazzo, Jonathan Brooke, and Geoffrey Nauffts, among others. Upcoming: Our Town, co-production Deaf West Theater and Pasadena Playhouse, A Walk on the Moon by Paul Scott Goodman and Pamela Grey at A.C.T. Greatest Joys: Scott, Tobey, Tess.