Ludmila Brito. Director from Brazil focused on the development of new plays, community building, and facilitating conflict resolution through empathy. She recently assisted Jenna Worsham for Ren Dara Santiago's The Siblings Play at Rattlestick, Kent Gash for Lockdown (Cori Thomas) at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, Adrienne Williams for the Last Days of Judas Iscariot at Hunter College, Nilaja Sun for Project Transform at the Hartford Stage and Addie Gorlin for the reading of Hollow Bones at Access Theater. Lud has directed in Singapore, India, and has led yearly workshops at Casa da Amizade (Brazil). Other directing credits include Echo Chamber at the Harper Joy Theatre, Gesa Powerhouse, Westlake Park, and the reading of Club Leather Queen by Naomi Harris. She is a Miranda Family Fellow as well as an alum of the O’Neill NTI and Advanced Directing TM. Wife of a disc golfing scientist and mom of a three-fanged cat, Lud has a BA in Theater from Whitman with lots of Math credits.