Paul Daigneault

Since founding SpeakEasy in 1992, Paul has produced over 100 Boston Premieres. SpeakEasy directing highlights include: The Color Purple; In the HeightsXanaduNext to NormalNineBody AwarenessThe Great American Trailer Park Musical[title of show]The Savannah DisputationJerry Springer - The OperaThe New CenturySome MenZanna, Don’t!Parade (2008 Elliot Norton Award – Outstanding Director, Midsize Company); Almost, MaineCaroline, or ChangeTake Me OutCompanyA Man of No Importance (co-production Súgán); Bat Boy: The Musical (2003 Elliot Norton Award – Outstanding Director, Small Company); PassionA New BrainVioletSongs for a New WorldFloyd CollinsJeffrey; and Love! Valour! Compassion! Regional credits: Grand Hotel and Nine (The Boston Conservatory and Cincinnati Conservatory of Music); RentCity of Angels, and Sunday in the Park with George (The Boston Conservatory); and Into The WoodsUrinetown, and Blue Window (Boston College). Paul is also on the faculty at The Boston Conservatory where he teaches Musical Theatre and Directing. Paul was honored with the Boston College Arts Council’s Alumni Award for Distinguished Achievement in 2007, and served as the 2011-2012 Rev. J. Donald Monan S.J. Professor in Theatre Arts. Outside the theatre, Paul serves on the boards of the Barbara C. Harris Camp & Conference Center and the ICU Patient & Family Advisory Council at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.