Oleg Liptsin is an internationally renowned drama director, actor, and educator. During the last 15 years he has directed theatre productions, conducted classes and workshops in the United States, Canada, India, France, Austria, Spain, Poland and native Ukraine. His main credits include Sophocle’s Antigone, Joyce’s Ulysses, Chekov’s Cherry Orchard, Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and Beckett’s Endgame. Oleg was awarded the “Best Director” prize in Ukraine, the National Award for Experimental Work in Theatre. He has participated in dozens of international festivals and projects. Currently he teaches in Paris, Moscow and in San Francisco with the Shelton Studios.