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EVE & STEVEN
by Carl Lumbly
World Premiere
TheatreFirst

“Bold”
-San Francisco Chronicle

The Misanthrope

by Moliere
translated by Richard Wilbur
Shakespeare-by-the-Sea
Little Fish Theatre
(southern California)

“Under the dynamic direction of Josh Costello, the nine-member cast romps through Moliere’s timeless comedy with ease”
-Long Beach Press-Telegram

The Diary of Anne Frank

by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman
Chance Theatre Repertory Company

“If you find yourself weeping, and maybe just a little bit ashamed, while watching this staging, you’re not alone… For those used to seeing Anne portrayed as a naive youngster subdued by those around her, Kristin Norris is likely to be a shock…”
-OC Register

Impact Theatre

I founded Impact Theatre in 1996, and was the Artistic Director through 2000.

“an ambitious foray into no-frills contemporary drama… authentic, rough language… Costello directs with a sure hand”
-East Bay Express

“succeeds in generating abundant laughter”
-Oakland Tribune

Theatre for Young Audiences

As Artistic Director of Expanded Programs at Marin Theatre Company, I produced and directed several shows with professional actors performing for young audiences, including commissions from Steve Yockey, Dan Wolf, and Tommy Shepherd.

Macbeth

by William Shakespeare
The MET Theatre
(southern California)

“kudos to Costello’s very creative staging.”
-BackStage West

“rich, bloody language is the Dog Star of this production… we liked this production very much”
-LAist