The Catholic University of America
Jay D. Brock
Clinical Assistant Professor
Musical Theatre



Jay D. Brock

Clinical Assistant Professor, Musical Theatre

Jay D. Brock (Director) is a critically acclaimed award winning director of more than thirty productions spanning both coasts. Recent credits include the world premiere of the fully orchestrated version of Songs for a New World conducted by composer Jason Robert Brown, the regional premiere of F#@cking Up Everything produced by Off the Leash Productions/New Musical Foundation at the Wooly Mammoth Theatre Company, and the regional premiere of Sisters of Swing with NYC’s Infinity Theatre Company. Regional credits: Dance for Her (Pasadena Playhouse 2nd Stage, CA); Pippin, East of the Sun and West of the Moon (Imagination Stage, MD); Life in Death (The Kennedy Center, DC); The Tempest (Annapolis Shakespeare, MD) West Side Story (Riverside Theatre Center, VA); The Rocky Horror Show (The Washington Savoyards, DC); Normal (Molotov Theatre Group, DC); In the Beginning (The Fibonacci Center & Tour, TX); After Hours in the Whale Room (Dana Point Theatre Company, CA); Souvenir, The Last Five Years, Do I hear a Waltz (1st Stage, VA); Zeno’s World (Ensemble Theatre, CA); Naughty Marietta (Opera AACC, MD); Last Five Years, Closer Than Ever (Limelight Theatre, MD); When the Stars Go Out (Bright Alchemy Theatre Company, DC); Tango!Tango! (Opera Aurora, VA); Ubu Roi (Journeymen Theatre, DC); Cavalleria Rusticana, I Pagliacci (Marland Lyric Opera); Padrevia , Dido & Aeneas, Signor Deluso, The Women, Magnum Opus (Opera Alterna, DC); Eleemosynary (Boo Box Productions, CA). Jay is a member of the full-time acting/directing faculty in the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music at The Catholic University of America. University credits: Sweet Charity, The Pajama Game, Shakespeare in Hollywood, The Drowsy Chaperone, Cabaret, Suor Angelica, La Voix Humaine, The Serpent Woman, The Magic Flute, The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus, Trouble in Tahiti, The Medium, In Good King Charles’ Golden Days, and The Frogs. Jas has additional directing credits with Folger Theatre, Synetic Theatre, Los Angeles Theatre Center, The Geffen Playhouse, Theatre J, and Aneus Classical Theatre Ensemble and is currently an associate member of SDC.