Rosie Glen-Lambert

Rosie Glen-Lambert (She/Her) is a is a theatre director, producer, and dramaturg originally from Los Angeles. She is the Artistic Director and Founder of The Attic Collective and an Associate Producer at Inkwell Theater Company. Rosie has worked as a director, assistant director, dramaturg, producer, and theatre educator at theatre companies across and beyond Los Angeles, including Bootleg Theater, Portland Center Stage, Sacred Fools Theater Company, and Son of Semele Ensemble. She was named a 2020 Theatremacher by the Alliance for Jewish Theatre. Rosie served as the Literary Manager of Inkwell Theatre from 2019-2022 before moving into her current role as Associate Producer. Rosie is currently receiving her MFA in Directing from UC San Diego.

Rosie’s is a Hollywood Fringe Festival veteran: In 2015, she directed The Attic Collective’s production of “Dead Dog’s Bone: A Birthday Play”, which won an Encore Producer’s Award, and earned her a nomination for Best Direction of the festival. Then, in 2019 she directed The Attic Collective’s production of “The Last Croissant”, which was nominated for a number of awards including the Steve Kent Award for Social and Political Change and The Larry Cornwall Award for Musical Excellence, and ultimately won Best of the Broadwater, Best of Ensemble Theatre, and the coveted Top of the Fringe Award.

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