Victoria Davidjohn is a director, writer, and lighting designer based in New York City. She currently is spending a year researching and writing a musical on the women of the Civil Rights Movement supported by a Martin A. Dale Fellowship. Recently she worked on the stage adaptation of Disney’s “Hercules” with the Public Theater.
Davidjohn is the recipient of the Louis Sudler Prize and the New York Women’s Foundation Directing Apprenticeship Award. Her selected work includes Lear deBessonet’s “The Odyssey” at the Berlind Theatre and Jonathan Larson’s “Tick Tick Boom” at the Princeton Summer Theater.