Chad is directing Hook & Eye's fifth original play, Echo & Narcissus, a very early draft of which will be heard when Hook & Eye Invades The Flea in April 2019.
CHAD LINDSEY (Director) is an actor, director, and artist based in New York. He holds a degree in music from Valparaiso University. He is the co-artistic director of Hook & Eye Theater. On his way to becoming a theater director, he danced with modern dance companies, apprenticed with a furniture designer for six years, won a snow sculpting contest, choreographed a ballet or two, was in a boy band, mowed lawns, and spent a decade facing himself on the packaging of hair-spiking gel. Chad directed Hook & Eye Theater's The Summoners (2014), God is a Verb (2015), and She-She-She (2018). Recent performances include: Standartenführer in Barry Manilow's Broadway World Award-winning Harmony at the Ahmanson (LA), Classic Stage Company’s Midsummer (NYC), Pig Iron Theatre's Obie Award-winning Chekhov Lizardbrain, and Liz Swados’ Kaspar Hauser at The Flea Theater in NYC. Chad's film credits include: It's Complicated, Girls will be Girls(Sundance), Straight Jacket, Totally Sexy Loser, and Caught. On television he has appeared on Unforgettable (CBS), Blue Bloods (CBS), Royal Pains (USA), The Beautiful Life (CBS), How I Met Your Mother (CBS), One Life to Live (ABC), and many others. Chad runs The Mark O’Donnell Theater at The Actors Fund Arts Center in downtown Brooklyn, and sits on the board of The Downtown Brooklyn Arts Alliance.