About Us

Jonathan Moscone

JONATHAN MOSCONE is grateful to be working again with the company of artists at the Alley, where he previously directed Born Yesterday, Amadeus and Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike. Currently, Jonathan serves as Chief of Civic Engagement for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where he works to activate YBCA in the city’s neighbor­hoods, schools, communities and throughout the Bay Area. Prior to YBCA, he served for 16 years as Artistic Director of California Shakespeare Theater and has directed classics and new works at theaters around the country, including Berkeley Repertory Theater, American Conservatory Theater, Mil­waukee Rep, Huntington Theater, Dallas Theater Center and Intiman Theater. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama with an MFA in Directing, he received the inaugural Zelda Fichandler Award by the Stage Direc­tors and Choreographers Foundation in 2009, for “exceptional contribution to the national arts landscape through regional theater work.” He is member of the San Francisco Film Commission and is on the boards of Alice Waters’ Edible Schoolyard, San Francisco’s Homeless Prenatal Program and Californians for the Arts, the state’s arts advocacy organization.