Anna BahowEnsemble Member
Anna C. Bahow is committed to the development of new work and a diversity of voices, Bahow is a new member of Promethean having directed BLISS (or Emily Post is Dead!) as part of a rolling world premiere in the summer of 2018. She is also an Associate Artist with The International Voices Project and Chicago Dramatists where she has directed and done extensive new play dramaturgy. Her productions have received JEFF Awards for New Work and Use of Multi-Media. Bahow has worked extensively for Silk Road Rising including directed and traveled with My Sweet Land by Amir Nizar Zuabi, which was presented at London’s Nour Festival, Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum in 2016 and Vancouver spring 2017. Other theatres that she has worked with include; The Side Project, Rasaka, City Lit, Stage Left, Collaboration, Timeline and Victory Gardens. She was honored to serve as the 2011-2012 Michael Maggio Directing Fellow at Goodman Theatre. In 2016 she traveled to Italy to study with master directors at La Mama Umbria with an Individual Artist from the City of Chicago. She continues to hone her skills participating in writing, movement and devising workshops including Frantic Assembly’s master class in NYC in the fall of 2018. She is a recipient of a 2017 3ARTS WAVE Grant and a 2018 City of Chicago Individual Artist Grant. She looks forward to working with Promethean in their new work development and other endeavors and is exited about creating ensemble workshops and exploring opportunities for wider inclusivity. More about her work at AnnaBahow.com.