Eric Hoff

 Eric Hoff, Director - Skylight Theatre (Director)
In Los Angeles: Amos (Bootleg Theater), Monsters We Imagined (UCLA). In New York, he directed Hit the Wall (Barrow Street Theatre), When We Met (CAP21) and About a Woman Named Sarah, by Lucas Hnath (59E59).

Directing credits in Chicago include the original production of Hit the Wall (Inconvenience at Steppenwolf Garage), The Life and Death of Madam Barker, The Skriker (Red Tape Theatre), The Walk Across America for Mother Earth (Red Tape Theatre at Steppenwolf Garage), Shelley Duvall's Women Under The Influence Theatre (Steppenwolf 1700), and Pony, WHAT'S THE T?, and The Woyzeck Project (About Face Theatre, where Hoff is an Artistic Associate).

Hoff is the creator and producer of REVIVAL at Chicago’s Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park. Regionally: The Many Deaths of Nathan Stubblefield, Melto Man and Lady Mantis, Home Invasion, and I Promised Myself to Live Faster (Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville).