David Winitsky is a theater director who has worked on Broadway, off-Broadway, and around the country. Recent productions include: "A Wonderful Flat Thing" (14th Street Y), "Displaced Wedding" (New Worlds Theatre Project), "Until We Find Each Other" (Midtown International), and "Our Dad Is in Atlantis" (Playwrights Theatre). He holds an MFA in Directing from Northwestern and a BA in Mathematics from Cornell, and is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. David is the proud husband of playwright and painter Elizabeth Samet, and father to Ezekiel and Alexander. For the last 10 years he has concentrated his work on the exploration of Jewish identity as it expresses itself onstage.
The Jewish Plays Project
The Jewish Plays Project (JPP) seeks to ignite an explosive engagement between cutting-edge Jewish theater artists and audiences by developing and advocating for a new generation of plays and musicals that embrace and investigate the intersection of Jewish identity and secular self.