Devin Christor (he/him) is a director focused on plays that create a discussion. Since receiving his B.A in Drama from the University of North Texas he has traveled the country working for several professional theatres to observe established directors and study the ecology of regional theatre in America. He was recently the Directing Resident at Milwaukee Rep, where he directed Julius Caesar & God of Carnage and assisted directed Indivisible With. Other directing credits include The Damage of Doing it Alone (Gloucester Stage Company “Young Playwrights” Festival), and Oba (Triangle Rainbow Productions “LGBTQ Short Play” Festival), The Gift of the Magi (American Players Theatre). He is the Founder of Nomad Street Theatre, a nomadic site-specific theatre company, that uses plays in the kitchen sink drama or well made play format. He wants to make Chicago his home base and believes Victory Gardens DII can be a great starting point.