Margot Bordelon

Acting - BFA Acting

Margot Bordelon is a Brooklyn based director who specializes in new work. Recent projects include Too Heavy For Your Pocket by Jiréh Breon Holder at the Roundabout Underground and Alliance, The Pen by Julianne Wick Davis and Dan Collins for Premieres NYC (NYT’s Critic's pick), T. by Dan Aibel at American Theater Company, peerless by Jiehae Park at Marin Theatre Company and Yale Rep, The Last Class: A Jazzercize Play by Megan Hill for Dodo, A Delicate Ship by Anna Ziegler for The Playwrights Realm (NYT's Critic's pick), and Okay, Bye by Joshua Conkel at Steppenwolf Theater.

In New York, she’s developed new plays with Ars Nova, Atlantic Theatre, The Bushwick Starr, Cherry Lane, Clubbed Thumb, Juilliard, The Lark, Ma-Yi, NYTW, P73, Primary Stages, The Public, Rattlestick, SPACE at Ryder Farm, Target Margin, and Theater Masters, among others. Regionally, she’s developed work with Berkeley Rep, Ojai Playwrights Conference, Perry Mansfield, Play Penn, PWC, Portland Center Stage, The Wilma, and Woolly Mammoth.

Margot moved east after spending six years in Chicago working as a director, writer and performer. She is a founding member of Theatre Seven of Chicago, and spent four seasons on the artistic staff at Lookingglass Theatre. MFA: Yale School of Drama, BFA: Cornish College of the Arts.