Jonathan Taikina Taylor is a director, teacher, and movement artist based in Brooklyn. He is Co-Founder and Artistic Director of The SuperGeographic Ensemble Theatre. With The SuperGeographics he has directed: Un Castillo de Cartas, Panic Everything’s Fine, Bacchic, Moving Mouths, RePlay: Shelter Island, and Signal. Under his direction The SuperGeographics work has been seen across The US and in Sweden, Chile, and India.
New York Credits include directing Adam & Evie (Dixon Place), Julius Caesar (The Brick). Jonathan has served as Movement Director for Spaceman by Leegrid Stevens (Drama Desk Nominated best Solo-Show) and several short films including Britain Ashford’s “I Could Have Danced All Night” music video.
International Credits include: Un Castillo De Cartas (Santiago, Chile) Moving Mouths (Goteborg, Sweden) and La Casa Azul in Kathmandu, a play on the life and work of Frida Kahlo performed by 60 Nepali 9th Graders. Additionally, he has taught workshops in India, Ireland, Italy and Russia.
Jonathan holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University, an MA in Political Science, International Relations & Global Justice from Brooklyn College, and is an alum of The SITI Conservatory. Jonathan is an Associate Artist of Anne Bogart’s SITI Company.