Jeremy Ohringer

Jeremy Ohringer is a Chicago-based theatre-maker and educator. He is an adjunct Professor of Theatre Studies at DePaul University as well as at North Central College. Directing credits include Raymondo (The Cartographers), Ride the Cyclone, Tristan and Iseult, Constellations, The Importance of Being Earnest, and A Devil Comes to Town (North Central College), Stupid F#@%ing Bird, Monica (DePaul University), Angels in America: Perestroika, Mother Courage and Her Children (Boston University), Who Walked All Night (Rhino Fest) Sad Songs For Bad People (Rough House Theater), Who Rowed Across Oceans (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), and Spring Awakening (Fearless Theatre). At Steppenwolf Theater Company, he is the Lead Facilitator of Professional Development as well as a Teaching Artist. He is also currently writing a play for the Cunningham Commission for Youth Theatre at DePaul University. He is a graduate of Skidmore College and holds an MFA in directing from Boston University.