Rebecca Martínez is a Brooklyn-based director, choreographer, deviser, and ensemble member of Sojourn Theatre.
Upcoming and current projects: Anna in the Tropics (Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs), Wolf at the Door (Milagro Theatre, NNPN rolling world premiere), DON’T GO (Sojourn Theatre), Songs About Trains (Radical Evolution/New Ohio). Recent projects: [Director] Antigonick (Fordham University), Pork Kidneys to Soothe Despair (Drama League DirectorFest), Tomás and the Library Lady (Oregon Children’s Theatre). [Associate Director] How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes (Sojourn Theatre + Cleveland Public Theatre), The Cake (PlayMakers Repertory Company).
Rebecca has worked with INTAR, Fordham/Primary Stages, Working Theater, Signature Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, the Lark, The Playwrights Realms, New Dramatists, the 52nd Street Project, Radical Evolution, Brave New World Repertory Theatre, Artists Repertory Theatre, Milagro Theatre among others. International credits include: Cultural Center in Managua, Nicaragua, Teatro Trono in El Alto, Bolivia. Member of: Sol Project Collective, Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, INTAR’s Unit52, SDCF Observership Class, Latinx Theatre Commons Steering Committee, New Georges Jam, 2018-2020 Women’s Project Lab, 2017 Drama League Directing Fellow, Associate Member of SDC. Awards: four Portland Drammy Awards; Lilla Jewel Award. Rebecca is an artist with the Center for Performance and Civic Practice. Rebeccamartinez.org