Triptych Theatre company has been formed over the past 15 years producing more than a dozen productions across the United States such as Mud, The Mistakes Madeline Made, Red Light Winter, and Two Rooms, to name a few. Triptych values the importance and magic of collaboration, where people from all walks of life come together to form one unified vision. We don't prescribe to one dominant form or technique, but rather through choreography, improvisation and stripping away, we seek the highest truth of the vision. Triptych is a company that honors the text and the artist equally. We emphasize continual exploration with our artists to challenge their preconceived ideas and ways of working, instead making paramount the coming-together to create a whole piece that would have otherwise been impossible alone.
JAMIE WOLLRAB - ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Jamie Wollrab founded the Triptych Theatre company in 2002 with Michael Hoch where they produced the off broadway play Kicker. Since then Jamie has produced over 10 plays under the Triptych banner. Jamie is a director, actor, producer, and coach. Professionally he has founded two theatre companies that have collectively produced over 50 plays. He recently directed at The Hudson Theatre, IAMA Theatre, and the west coast premiere of Super Sunday. Other LA credits include: Geography of a Horse Dreamer, Feeding the Monkey in Hollywood, Two Rooms and The Mistakes Madeline Made. In 2011 he produced the feature film Leave, with Bryan Cranston. In 2014 he produced and acted in Nightmare Code. He directed his first film Sunder which will be premiering at festivals later this year. He has also directed music videos for bands Hot As Sun (When We Fell) and Dead Man's Bones (Werewolf Heart). Jamie is currently coaching several hit television shows and films. He holds an MFA in acting from Rutgers University and he has been Head of the Voice & Movement Department at Warner Loughlin Studios for the last seven years. Jamie also created The Liberated Actor web conservatory for actors produced by A*Light Picture.