Alfred Preisser
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Alfred Preisser is a New York based writer, director and producer of theatre. He has directed/produced over fifty professional shows in New York, regionally and Europe. His work has been recognized with the American Theatre Wing Award (Outstanding Artistic Achievement), Drama Desk Award (Artistic Achievement), Edwin Booth Award(Outstanding Contribution to NYC Theater), Lucille Lortel Award (Outstanding Body of Work), two Obie Awards (Sustained Achievement and Excellence in Theatre) and numerous Audelco Awards. His productions of Aint Supposed to Die a Natural Death and Caligula are archived at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and he taught directing, acting and theatre studies at CCNY in Harlem, The Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center, and Stella Adler NYU. Additional career highlights include Founding Artistic Director, The Classical Theatre of Harlem (1999 - 2009) and Director of The Theatre Program, The Harlem School of the Arts (1999-2007), Macbeth at The Bonne Biennale, Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song at Sons Hiver in Paris (2010) and Central Park Summerstage (2012 and 2013).

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