Emily Bubeck is an NYC based theatre artist, director, stage manager, dramaturge, administrator, audience member, and playwright. All roles are equally important to her. She has found true joy in the creation, facilitation, development and consumption of new work that allows us to expand our ideas on how we tell stories and who those stories serve. As both a director and Stage Manager she is drawn to collaborative, developmental projects where she is able to assist, serve and work with playwrights. Bubeck recently founded Breaking & Entering Theatre Collective: a new organization dedicated to giving opportunities to artists at the genesis of their career. She serves as the Artistic Director of the Collective. She has interned with En Garde Arts (New york City), Soho Rep. (New York City), Cherry Lane Theater (New York City), New Dramatists (New York City), Short North Stage (Columbus, Ohio), and Mosaic Theater Company (Washington DC). Most recently she stage managed I Love White Men performed and written by Sim Yan Ying for Ars Nova’s 2019 ANT FEST. In addition to her practical theatre work Bubeck also indulges in theoretical research about the ways in which theatrical practices and performance techniques shape other areas of our culture. Her paper, An Examination of the Intersections Between Theatre and the Radical Feminist Movement, was accepted to DePauw University's 43rd Annual Undergraduate Honors Conference for Theater and Communication. She also recently completed A Historical Analysis of the Relationship Between Organized Religion and Dramatic Theory, a thesis paper completed for the distinction program at Otterbein University. Her other research projects include Performance Art as Inherently Feminine, Women in Film and A Case Study of Female Colonialist Playwrights. Bubeck plans to begin preliminary research this fall for her next paper: Contemporary American Cartoons and their Brechtian Roots. Her work has been described as women-centric, layered, authentic and engaging. In Spring of 2018 she graduated from Otterbein University (Westerville, Ohio) with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater and a Minor in Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies.