D. Wambui Richardson is a proud member of the Drama League, playwright, and Artistic Director of Jubilee Theatre. With over 20 years experience as a Director, Playwright, Art’s Educator and Executive Leader, Richardson has worked with Baltimore Center Stage, St. Louis Black Repertory Theatre, WordBridge Playwright’s Laboratory, Syracuse Stage, Abington Theatre (Off -Off-Broadway), and Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre (Off-Broadway). He is a recipient of the NAACP Michael Jackson Performing Arts Award, The Pearl Cleage Writer’s Award, and numerous awards from the National Association of Speech and Dramatic Arts. His training includes Dillard University for Speech Communications and Theatre Arts, Brooklyn College for Directing, and supplemental training at Chicago’s Second City, and the New York Film Academy. Some of his directorial credits include, Sugar Mouth Sam Don’t Dance Here No More [Off Broadway], Les Liaisons Dangereuse [Syracuse Stage], A Stronger Soul Within a Finer Frame [Touring Production for St. Louis Black Rep.] F.E.M.A 1603, Zooman & the Sign, In the Blood, Every Tongue Confess, The Seagull, Measure for Measure, Truth Stands [East Coast Premiere], The Face of Emmett Till, original productions Reflections, and Test to Testimony, and devised theatre productions; Living the Dream: From King to Obama, and From Selma to Ferguson. His Jubilee Credits include Sistas, the Musical, To Be Young Gifted and Black, and If Scrooge Was a Brother.