Lee Costello has directed numerous productions in New York, as well as regional theatre. She is a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre and Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA. While living in NY she was a member of The Circle Rep Lab, The Women’s Project and Productions, and was a teaching artist for The Lincoln Center Institute. Her New York credits include Extensions by Murray Schisgal and The Portable Dorothy Parker at Ensemble Studio Theatre, Cowboy Girl at New York Theatre Workshop, Heads at La Mama, The Adventures of She-Man at The Westbank Theatre Bar, and Did I Vote For You?, an original play with music which received a special performance grant from the Franklin Furnace. Lee wrote and directed The NOW Show, (a multimedia send-up of the late night talk shows) which sold out for its entire run at Dixon Place. A short play of Lee’s Hearts, Flowers, and Jell-O, was featured at the 10th anniversary of “The 52nd Street Project” at Lincoln Center. Lee now resides in Los Angeles where her recent production of Waiting For Grace at The Odyssey Theatre was chosen by The Huffington Post as one of the Top Ten theatre productions in Los Angeles. She has also directed for Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA, Theatre of Note, Highways, The Second City, The Hollywood Fringe Festival, The Blank Theatre, and REDCAT at the Disney Concert Hall. Currently she is the Executive Director of Mob Rule, Incorporated, a non-profit community outreach project.