Artist Profile: Regina Victor

Regina Victor

City/State: Chicago, IL

Age: N*Sync Fan, Post-1990

Racial / Ethnic Identity: Black/Native/Irish

Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation: Not Cis and Very Queer

Why do you want to write for Rescripted? I want to write for Rescripted to show people that our opinions as artists do matter, and that we have the ability to contextualize productions in the canon of greater American theatre because that’s what we’re immersed in everyday.

What are your artistic disciplines? Director, Producer, Dramaturge, Performer, Writer

What “lenses” do you bring with you when you go to a show? Queer, Black, Native, Activist, Musician, Director

Who is your favorite theatre artist and why? Daniel Alexander Jones, his use of Theatrical Jazz aesthetic is eternally inspiring to me, every time I return to study it it becomes more fruitful. He incorporates other artistic disciplines into his directing as well: when we worked together installation artist Kimberlee Koym-Murteira did the Romare Bearden-inspired set design.


“Love and Talent Burn Fiercely in ‘Bright Half Life'” – 6/8/17

“‘We’re Gonna Die’  at Haven Theatre Electrifies Audiences” – 6/1/17

“Remembering Romance Under The Setting Sun in ‘The Glass Menagerie'” – 7/19/17

About Face Youth Theatre’s ‘Brave Like Them’: Explosive, Feminist, and Unapologetically Queer” –  8/2/17

Black Lives, Black Words Centers Black Women  8/9/17

Identity, Heritage, and Growing Up in ‘Muthaland’ – 9/15/17

The Consequences of Fake Allyship in ‘A View From the Bridge’ – 9/22/17

‘Thomas and Sally’ at Marin Theatre Company Questions Victims and Consent – 10/20/17

Football and White Supremacy Take a Spooky Turn in ‘Welcome to Jesus’ – 11/9/17

Fists Up: An Interview with Fight Choreographer & Actor Almanya Narula – 12/4/17

‘We’re Gonna Be Okay’ Makes Sense of Crisis – 2/2/18

Dear White Critics: Please Stop Using the N-Word – 3/28/18

Nostalgia Consumes in Fiery ‘Buried Child’ – 5/24/18

‘Father Comes Home From the Wars’ and an Absent Freedom – 6/19/18

Isaac Gomez’s ‘The Displaced’: A Gentrification Horror Story – 6/28/18

Dear White Critics: Stop Being Transphobic! – 7/27/18

Rescripted Reveal: Arts Writer Emma Couling Will F*ck You Up – 8/20/18

‘No Child’ Sparks a Conversation on Educational Injustice – 9/13/18

‘Tangles and Plaques’ Demystifies Dementia – 9/19/18