Alex Schneps is a director, writer, actor, teacher, production & project manager, and all-around wearer of many hats. For Commonwealth Shakespeare Company: Associate Production Manager for the 2017 Shakespeare on the Common production of Romeo & Juliet. Other recent and noteworthy credits: directed Will Eno’s Tragedy: a tragedy at the Boston University School of Theatre; assistant directed Ideation at New Repertory Theatre (dir. Jim Petosa). As an AEA actor: Good (dir. Jim Petosa) at New Repertory Theatre; Romeo & Juliet (dir. Darko Tresjnak) at Hartford Stage; The Winter’s Tale (dir. Nick Hutchison) at Shakespeare’s Globe Education in London; Prelude to a Kiss (dir. Peter DuBois) at Huntington Theatre Company. In addition to his work with CSC, Alex is pursuing his MFA in Theatre Education at Boston University, where he teaches acting for non-majors. He also holds an MA in Classical & Contemporary Text from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and a BS in Film & Television from Boston University. He was recently the recipient of a BU Arts Initiative Research Grant to fund a solo project on loss, memory, and heritage.