Member Since: 1992
Responsibilities: Literary Manager
Current Projects: Teacher/Director at Philly Improv Theater (PHIT)
Steve Kleinedler, a founding member of Shattered Globe Theatre, appeared in Count Oederland , Talk Radio , Holy Ghosts , The Dresser , and Harvestide . He moved to Boston in 1996, and in 2001 began performing at ImprovBoston, where he taught improv and directed sketch and improv from 2004-2011. In Boston, he directed Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead and Durang/Durang for Bad Habit Productions. Since 2002, he has directed playwright David Mogolov’s one-person shows, One Night at TF Green ; I Got In A Fight ; There Is No Good News ; Dumber, Faster (premiered at New York International Fringe Festival); and Eating My Garbage (premiered at the New York Frigid Festival) as well as Diptych , by Mogolov and Sara Faith Alterman. In 2011, Steve moved to Philadelphia, where he teaches and directs at the Philadelphia Improv Theater (PHIT). By day, Steve is the Executive Editor for the American Heritage Dictionary.