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meet the director

Join us with each mainstage show for an in-depth interview with the director. 


Never Not Once 


Video by Joseph Demaria Films


Katharine Farmer recently helmed Rubicon’s critically acclaimed production of Heisenberg as well as Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific. Her productions of the Nibroc Trilogy by ARLENE HUTTON for Rubicon received a total of 16 L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Award nominations and two wins (Best Production of a Play, Larger Theatre for Gulf View Drive and Best Actress, Larger Theatre for LILY NICKSAY for See Rock City). Farmer won an Indy for her direction of Last Train to Nibroc. All three productions were Critic’s Picks in the L.A. Times, as was her production of the West Coast Premiere of Incognito by Nick Payne. In 2016, FARMER directed 23.5 Hours at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre in Canada. Originally from England, Katharine’s directing credits in London include Pig Farm by GREG KOTIS at the St. James Theatre, Kiss Me by RICHARD BEAN at the Wardrobe Theatre and The Other Palace, and Other People’s Money at the Southwark Playhouse. She holds a B.A. in Theatre and Performance Studies from University of Warwick and an M.A. in Theatre and Film from the University of Bristol. Katharine has served as Assistant to SIR TREVOR NUNN on his acclaimed production of Scenes from a Marriage. She also served as Associate Director under JENNY SULLIVAN and JAMES O’NEIL on Off-Broadway productions of Wiesenthal and Lonesome Traveler, respectively.

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Never Not Once 

by Carey Crim

February 5 - 23