John Del Gaudio (Artistic Producer) has curated TMT Labs on source material ranging from Gertrude Stein to the Russian avant-garde to early roots of experimental theater in America (including the lesser-known works of Tennessee Williams). Outside of TMT, he has produced William Burke’s the food was terrible at The Bushwick Starr and Comfort Dogs: Live from the Pink House at JACK. John also curated the Grand Guignol Variety Hour at Coney Island Museum. He is on the board of A.R.T./New York, the advisory board of Theater Reconstruction Ensemble, and is a company member of A Host of People in Detroit. He has sat on grants panels for the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, the Nancy Quinn Fund for A.R.T./New York and Brooklyn Arts Council. John was worked for a range of non-profits and events including the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable, Manhattan Theatre Club, The New Yorker Festival, Educational Video Center, New York City Opera, Citymeals-on-Wheels and Morbid Anatomy Museum. He holds a Master’s degree in Arts & Cultural Management from Pratt Institute, where he has since taught, and a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Theatre from NYU.