List of theatre directors in the 20th-21st centuries

This is a list of theatre directors who have been active in the 20th and 21st centuries.

English-language

*George Abbott
*JoAnne Akalaitis
*Franco Ambriz
*Threes Anna
*Neil Bartlett
*John Barton
*Julian Beck
*David Berthold
*Etel Billig
*Anne Bogart
*Peter Brook
*Lee Breuer
*Mark Brokaw
*Robert Brustein
*John Capo
*Joseph Chaikin
*Harold Clurman
*Edward Gordon Craig
*Howard Davies
*Declan Donnellan
*Bernie Dove
*Kim Durban
*Gale Edwards
*Rowland G. Edwards
*Freddie Eldrett
*Tim Etchells
*Richard Foreman
*Bob Fosse
*John Fox
*Bob Frith
*Frank Galati
*Patrick Garland
*Philip Gilbert
*Andre Gregory
*Tyrone Guthrie
*Peter Hall
*Jack Hofsiss
*Angus Jackson
*John Jesurun
*Kelly Johnston
*Michael Kahn
*Robert Kalfin
*Helena Kaut-Howson
Elia Kazan
*James Lapine
*Katie Laris
*Walter Learning
*Elizabeth LeCompte
*Robert Lepage
*Robert Lewis
*Phyllida Lloyd
*Joshua Logan
*Rosie Malek-Yonan
*Judith Malina
*Joe Mantello
*Rob Marshall
*Guy Masterson
*Jackie Maxwell
*Richard Maxwell
*Simon McBurney
*Sam Mendes
*Adam Mitchell
*Carmen Maria Milito
*Neil Munro
*Christopher Newton
*Mike Nichols
*Trevor Nunn
*Steven Pimlott
*Hal Prince
*Jeff Puukka
*José Quintero
*Martin Ritt
*Lloyd Richards
*Mark Rylance
*Kate Saxon
*Peter Schumann
*Michael Scott
*Peter Sellars
*Heronimo Sehmi
*Andrei Şerban
*Jim Simpson
*Max Stafford-Clark
*Julie Taymor
*Tazewell Thompson
*Darko Tresnjak
*Craig Walker
*Sam Wanamaker
*David Warren
*Matthew Warchus
*Deborah Warner
*Vance Weatherly
*Orson Welles
*Warner van Wely
*Bart Whiteman
*Michael Williams
*Robert Wilson
*Lee Wochner
*George C. Wolfe
*Robert Woodruff
*Mary Zimmerman

Filipino

*Cecile Guidote Alvarez
*Zenaida Amador (RIP)
*Loy Arcenas
*Charlie Arespacochaga
*Daisy Avellana
*Lamberto V. Avellana
*Baby Barredo
*Bernardo Bernardo
*Shamaine Centenera-Buencamino
*Peter Dubois
*Bobby Garcia
*Audie Gemora
*Becca Godinez
*Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero
*Bart Guingona
*Brooks Jones
*Anton Juan
*Joel Lamangan
*Nick Lizaso
*Tony Mabesa
*Johnny Manahan
*Eugene Miller
*Severino Montano
*Mario O'Hara
*Nonon Padilla
*PJ Paparelli
*Allison Parent
*Georgij Paro
*Tony Pepito
*Denisa Reyes
*Jonas Sebastian
*Chris Smith
*Rolando Tinio
*Nestor Torre
*Roobak Valle
*Regine Velasquez

French-language

* Antonin Artaud
* Patrice Chéreau
* Armand Eloi
* Aurélien Lugné-Poe

Russian

*Nikolay Akimov
*Andrei Droznin
*Anatoly Efros
*Kama Ginkas
*Yuri Lyubimov
*Vsevolod Meyerhold
*Nikolai Okhlopkov
*Konstantin Stanislavski
*Andrei Tarkovsky
*Georgy Tovstonogov
*Yevgeny Vakhtangov
*Yury Zavadsky

Polish

*Erwin Axer
*Jerzy Fedorowicz
*Jerzy Grotowski
*Adam Hanuszkiewicz
*Wilam Horzyca
*Stefan Jaracz
*Krzysztof Jasinski
*Tadeusz Kantor
*Jerzy Markuszewski
*Juliusz Osterwa
*Stanisława Perzanowska
*Leon Schiller
*Ludwik Solski
*Włodzimierz Staniewski
*Józef Szajna
*Lidia Zamkow
*Zbigniew Zapasiewicz
*Feliks Żukowski

German-language

*Bertolt Brecht
*Frank Castorf
*August Everding
*Fritz Kortner
*Claus Peymann
*Max Reinhardt
*Peter Stein
*Nike Wagner
*Peter Zadek

multilingual

*Pradeep Nigam (Hindi,English,Chinese,Japanese)
*Mario Kovač (English, Italian, Croatian)
*Zillur Rahman John [Universal language/Body language, Non-Verbal Theatre - Mime,Pantomime ]
*Damir Nemir Janeček (Bosnian)

Portuguese-language

*Ademar Guerra
*Antônio Araújo
*António Augusto Barros
*Antunes Filho
*Augusto Boal
*Denise Stoklos
*Eduardo Tolentino de Araújo
*Gianni Ratto
*Hermilo Borba Filho
*Ilo Krugli
*Jorge Silva Melo
*José Celso Martinez Corrêa
*José Renato
*Luis Otávio Burnier
*Maurice Vaneau
*Oswaldo Gabrielli
*Ruggero Jacobbi
*Rui Madeira
*Sergio Britto
*Ulysses Cruz
*Zbigniew Ziembinski

Swedish



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