Along with Daniel Landberg, Brooke Bishop is a Founding Author of How Love Lasts, Brooke is a writer, director, producer, and filmmaker. As the co-founding Artistic Director of Santa Monica’s CityShakes, Brooke has recently adapted and directed 90-minute ensemble productions of The Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and Twelfth Night. The feature film adaptation of Macbeth she directed – titled Innocent Sleep – will premiere this fall. She has also directed, designed, devised, and workshopped a number of new plays and assisted such directors as Lisa Peterson, Shana Cooper, and Joy Carlin. She was interviewed as a finalist for the 2012 Drama League Directors Project, and is an alumna of the O’Neill National Theater Institute and Amherst College. She has worked at the California Shakespeare Theater in Berkeley, and collaborated with Tectonic Theater Project member Andy Paris on Going Public, a documentary-theatre piece exploring the implications of the “Value Added” study done by the LA Times in 2011.

Brooke Bishop – Writer, Director, and Co-Creator of How Love Lasts

Brooke Bishop – Writer, Director, and Founding Author of How Love Lasts