Bill Rauch

Bill Rauch (born 1962) is an American theatre director. He was named the inaugural artistic director of the Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center in 2018. Currently in development, the Perelman is the final piece of the plan to revitalize the World Trade Center site and will create work which inspires hope.

Previously, Rauch served as the fifth artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), from June 2007 through August 2019, where he commissioned several critically acclaimed, diverse plays that transferred to Broadway including Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning ''Sweat'', Paula Vogel’s ''Indecent'', Robert Schenkkan’s Tony Award-winning ''All The Way'', the Go Go's musical ''Head Over Heels'', and Robert Schenkkan's ''All The Way'' sequel, ''The Great Society.''

Rauch is also the founder of the Cornerstone Theater Company, a traveling company that brought theatre to rural communities across the United States before settling in Los Angeles to work with urban communities. He has been an Associate Artist at Yale Repertory Theatre since 2002 and at South Coast Repertory since 2004. Rauch has been described as an "interpretive director," one who “believes in creating ‘dynamic… twenty-first century’ productions that are ‘mined’ for various points of view." Provided by Wikipedia
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