Jimmy Maize has been a member of Tectonic Theater Project since 2005. He developed and assistant directed the company’s 33 Variations, (Broadway, starring Jane Fonda) and was the sole dramaturg of The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later (BAM). Other Tectonic projects include One Arm (The New Group), a forthcoming interview-based play about immigration, as well as teaching Moment Work with Tectonic’s Education and Community Engagement Department. Directing credits include his critically-acclaimed 100-actor adaptation of Spoon River Anthology (The Invisible Dog); Much Ado About Nothing (Classic Stage Co); the rock musical Hypochondria by Kyle Jarrow, and his adaptations of A Dream Play and The Seagull (Columbia University). Writing credits include: Between Life and Nowhere (Old Vic, 3-Legged Dog); In The Belly (Player’s Loft); In One Room (Bailiwick Rep, Chicago) as well as numerous adaptations. He is currently using Moment Work to develop new plays about the French poet Rimbuad as well as the American preservationist John Muir.