Adil Mansoor is a theatre director based in Pittsburgh, PA. He directs plays and creates performance confronting memory and embracing care in an effort to understand trauma and disrupt dominant narratives. As a founding member of Hatch Arts Collective, he has directed all of their projects including Reasonable Assurance, a performance unpacking the economic realities of adjunct unionization and Driftless, a series of performances inspired by court transcripts, interviews with folks impacted by fracking, and the bible. Recent directing projects include Gloria by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins (Hatch), The River by Jez Butterworth (Quantum Theatre), and Dark Play or Stories for Boys by Carlos Murillo (Carnegie Mellon). His current project, Amm(i)gone, is an adaptation of Sophocles’s Antigone as an apology to and from his mother. Adil is currently pursuing his MFA in Directing as a Point Scholar and John Wells Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University. adilmansoor.com.