MICHAEL BRADSHAW FLYNN
Michael Bradshaw Flynn is a New York and Pennsylvania based Director. His Broadway credits include, serving as Associate Director to 8-Time Tony Nominee, 3-Time Tony Award-Winning Director Jack O’Brien on the productions of The Front Page and It’s Only A Play. Flynn also served as an Assistant to Playwright and Tony-Award Nominee, Douglas Carter Beane, in the production of the The Nance which starred Nathan Lane and debuted at Lincoln Center.
In addition to his work with O'Brien and Beane, Michael has worked with 8-Time Tony-Nominated Director Scott Ellis, Associate Directing the Broadway and Emmy-Nominated Director in Lincoln Center’s new play, Dada Woof Papa Hot.
In addition to his work Off-Broadway, he has directed two new works with The New Natives Theatre Company: The First Man and Camel at Under St. Mark’s Theatre in New York City.
Michael serves as the Founder and the Producing Artistic Director for the Scranton Shakespeare Festival (SSF); a professional summer theatre that offers classical work alongside new works and musicals. The SSF heads into it’s seventh season wherein Michael has produced over 20 full productions and directed The Pirates of Penzance, Romeo and Juliet, The Tavern, Much Ado About Nothing, Damn Yankees (with performances taking place in the Yankees’ Minor League stadium) and a new production of Footloose in July 2018. Michael is also a proud Matthew Corozine Studio (MCS) alumnus.