Teague strives to create theater that connects with community in a deeply personal way and endeavors to push the boundaries of what that connection can achieve. She is the Founding Artistic Director of Notch Theatre Company and recipient of the Embark Fellowship Award for Social Innovation in Entrepreneurship. Notch and Teague are recipients of a prestigious Map Fund grant and have recently been featured on Broadway World for her Wild Home program and for her production of Anna Karenina: a riffHowlRound, Onstage Blog, Medium, in N Magazine, and by the US Department of Arts and Culture. Teague was nominated for Best Direction by Motif's Theatre Awards and has received Broadway World Critics’ Picks for Best Director/Choreographer, Best Musical, and Best Ensemble Cast. Teague is a participating partner on Remember2019 and Wild Home and a co-creator of FIT, a play that partners with the Developmental Disability Community and features actors with Down Syndrome. 

While with Cornerstone Theater Company, she developed and produced Talk It Out, which travels California creating community-engaged theater to change public policy around the school-to-prison pipeline crisis. As a creative content producer, Teague worked on such films as Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls, Gus Van Sant's Promised LandPaul Haggis' Next Three Days, and Tina Chism’s Peeples. Most recent directing credits include Wild Home (live@Jacks, Denver, CO) Anna Karenina: a riff (The Flea Theater, NYC), Generation25 (Kigali, Rwanda), Gruesome Playground Injuries (FSU/Asolo Rep, FL), Anna Karenina: a riff (HB Studios, NYC; White Heron Theater, MA), Wild Home (Delicious Orchards, CO), The Language Archive (UNC/ Playmakers Rep), Capsized (Cherry Lane, NYC), The Rehearsal (FSU/Asolo Rep, FL), Twelfth Night (Gallery Players, NYC), FIT (La Mama Studios, NYC; Spectrum Theatre/Trinity Rep, RI; White Heron Theater, MA), CHQ Project (Chautauqua Theatre Co., NY), Scapegoat (Delta Cultural Center, AR), Invasion! (Brown University, RI), Side Show: The Musical (Pell Chafee Performing Center, RI), Romeo and Juliet (Brown University/Trinity Rep, RI), A Kind of Providence (AS220, RI),  Bean (Hollywood Fringe, CA), Jesus Hopped the A Train (Lyric Theatre, CA), Willful (California State Capitol), Ajax (Theater of War Productions, CA), The Shadow Box (Collective Studio: LA, CA), and Halfway Home (Blank Theater, CA). Teague assisted Liesl Tommy on the World Premiere production of Sarah Rhul's Melancholy Play: A Chamber Musical at Trinity Repertory Theater and assistant directed the Off-Broadway premiere of Discord by Scott Carter, directed by Kimberly Senior at Cherry Lane Theatre. 

© 2017 Ashley Teague

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