Zachary R. Mannheimer is currently Artistic Director for The Subjective Theatre Company (STC). For STC: Directed Osborne's Look Back in Anger, Ionesco's Victims of Duty (2002 OOBR Award for Overall Excellence) and co-wrote and directed Burt Reynolds' Amazing Napalm Powered Oven and Other Paid Programming for 2001 NYC Fringe Festival. Other credits as a director include Jim Cartwright's Road, Ionesco's The Bald Soprano, Pinter's The Dumb Waiter, his own work Madagascar for the New Hope Arts Commission, and Assistant Director for Eugene O'Neill's The Moon of the Caribbees for the Bat Theater Company. As a writer, his play Material was workshopped for The Royal Court's Young Writer's Programme. He has been an intern with New Georges, The Bat Theater Company and The Present Company. Zachary is the director of Fringe Al Fresco, the 100\% outdoor version of the NYC Fringe Festival, as well as STC's Busking Bonanza and Off-Off Community Dish. He holds a BA in Theatre Arts and Philosophy from Muhlenberg College.