Brooke Viegut is a director and choreographer with an affinity for movement-based and innovative storytelling. Founding artistic director of the Envisage Theatre Company, she believes innovative new work is the best way to expand understanding of the world. Recent directing credits include LITTLE WOMEN (Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre), TREEHOUSE OF DREAMS (Hudson Guild Theater), FLY BY NIGHT (Webster Conservatory), SHIVAREE (Envisage Play Festival), THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL (Act Two Theatre). Favorite assisting credits include TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), 4,000 MILES (New Jewish Theatre), and SHREK: THE MUSICAL (Pittsburgh CLO). BA Directing. The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University.
Ordinary people often lead extraordinary lives full of love, lust, light, and languish. It’s one of the joys of being human, finding the universal struggle in our individual experiences and recognizing, relating, and ultimately learning from that. My work as a theatre artist strives to dive in to the human experience, exploring true stories
and real people from an artistic storytelling perspective, to slowly bring our world
a little closer together.