CELINE ROSENTHAL is a theatrical director who specializes in new plays and musical adaptations, and is currently serving as Associate Artistic Director at Asolo Repertory Theatre.
She is an NYU Tisch alum, New Georges Jammer, Tony Nominated Producer (Leap of Faith*, Seminar), and a founding member of The Neela Theatre Project for at-risk youth in Mumbai. Her work has been seen at the Tristan Bates Theatre in London, NYMF, New York City Center, MMAC, 54 Below, 59E59, Abingdon Theatre and in the Broadway's Future Songbook Series at Lincoln Center.
Celine received her MFA in Directing from The New School for Drama, where she directed Little Man by Bekah Brunstetter, Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, and a musical adaptation of David Greig’s Yellow Moon, among others.
Recent projects include Adam Elsayigh's Drowning in Cairo (National Queer Theatre, Criminal Queerness Festival), Chicago at Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis, multiple productions of Shivali Bhammer's Borders in a Bedroom (Awarded Best Production at The Tamasha Festival), Motherf**ker WIth The Hat (Asolo/FSU), and Asolo Rep's 2019 touring production of The Tempest .
She is the recipient of Directing Fellowships at Manhattan Theatre Club and Asolo Repertory Theatre, as well as an SDCF Observership.