Rory McGregor

Rory McGregor

Rory McGregor is a British theatre director currently based in New York City.

He has served as Associate Director for the world’s leading theatre directors including Sam Mendes, Julie Taymor, Rupert Goold and Carrie Cracknell. Recent credits include The Lehman Trilogy (Broadway, Ahmanson Theatre in L.A. and London’s West End), Ink (Broadway), Sea Wall/A Life (The Public Theater & Broadway) and M. Butterfly (Broadway). He is currently an Artistic Representative on the Young Partner’s Board at the Public Theater. Rory has taught at Columbia University, Bucks County Playhouse and mentored undergraduate directing students at NYU/Playwright’s Horizons Theatre School. He was previously a Directing Fellow at Manhattan Theatre Club, a script reader at Roundabout Theatre Company, the Artistic Associate of Classic Stage Company and an Artistic Apprentice at Roundabout.

Most recently, he directed the U.S. premiere of Josh Azouz’s Buggy Baby (APAC). Other recent directing credits include the world premiere of Interior by Nick Payne (59E59 Theaters), Ransom (Arts on Site), Vigil, Conway (Both theaterlab), The Great Divide (Finborough Theatre, UK), Building Pain (First Irish Festival, Origin Theatre), Macbeth (Connelly Theatre). He will direct the world premiere of Christina Masciotti’s No Good Things Dwell in the Flesh in September.

Rory holds an undergraduate degree in History from the University of York and graduated from the MFA Directing Program at Columbia University in 2017, under the tutelage of Anne Bogart and Brian Kulick.

His theatrical work is represented by William Morris Endeavor (WME) and he is a proud member of SDC, a national theatrical labor union.