Kyle Metzger is an East Coast based theatre director, producer, deviser and educator. He has directed productions Off-Broadway and regionally; recent directing credits include Murder for Two (Playhouse on Park – Hartford CT), Of Mice and Men, The Game’s Afoot (Monomoy Theatre – Chatham MA) Macbeth, Twelfth Night (Stages on the Sound, NYC).
As Producing Artistic Director of The Glass Eye theatre company, Kyle has directed and produced new plays and toured Shakespeare productions throughout New York and Connecticut.
Directing projects include work at the Signature (Columbia Stages), terraNOVA Collective, Culture Project, Tenement Street Workshop, Theatre Row, New Georges, Ugly Rhino, Flying Carpet, Stages on the Sound, Caps Lock Theatre, Perchance to Dream, and Network Theater Co. In 2017, he was selected for the Access Theatre Residency program for Untitled Parlor Play, devised with Dina Vovsi.
Kyle holds an MFA in Directing from UNC Greensboro and a BFA in Music Theatre from The Hartt School. As an educator, Kyle has taught acting, directing, and script analysis courses at UNCG and led Shakespeare workshops with Hudson Valley Shakespeare Company and Stages on the Sound. Educational directing credits include The Diviners (Hartt School), All My Sons, Urinetown, The Normal Heart, and Okay (UNCG).
In his decade in the industry, Kyle has worked as an Associate Producer for terraNOVA Collective and Assistant to Broadway Producer Michael Alden (Grey Gardens, Disgraced, Come From Away). Most recently he held an Artistic Associate position at Triad Stage, an award-winning regional theater in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Kyle currently teaches theatre at Rowan University and is developing an immersive theatre experience at Wyck Historic House, Garden and Farm premiering August 2021.