Jackob G. Hofmann
Director / Playwright / Instructor
Jackob Hofmann has been working professionally in the theatre since the early 1990s. His NY directing credits include an array of Off-Broadway productions, and staged readings, for Abingdon Theatre including the NY premieres of John Morogiello's Engaging Shaw (NY Times Critics' Pick) and Blame it on Beckett. Additional NY directing credits include productions of: Unwrap Your Candy, Test Patterns, Xavier Speaks, Tracking Gertrude Tredwell, and Tales From The Wichita Skyline. Notable acting credits include Theatre Row productions of: Marat/Sade, Holy Ghosts, Dark of the Moon, Footprints on the Moon, and The Tempest.
Also a playwright, Jackob's drama, A Persistent Memory, was produced Off-Broadway at The Beckett Theatre, in 2016, by MBL Productions. He is also a proud finalist of Samuel French's annual OOB Short Play Festival with his original works: The Speed Date and Tower of Toys.
As an actor instructor, Jackob teaches acting and directs at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, NYC. He also works as an adjunct theatre professor/director at Fairfield University. NYU, Strasberg, and Theatre Fairfield directing credits include: You On The Moors Now, Avenue Q, Rhinoceros, Mask Play, Authenticity, The Thanksgiving Play, and Silent Sky.
SDC, AEA, SAG-AFTRA