JACEY LITTLE is the Artistic Director of Horse Head Theatre Co. (HH), a freelance theatre director and dramaturg, and Production Manager at the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO). Under Jacey’s leadership, HH was recognized as a 2016 Houston Press MASTERMIND and was admitted to two accredited Houston Arts Alliance on behalf of City of Houston, Capacity Building Initiative programs: the Pre-Incubator (2015-2016) and the Resident Incubator (2016-2019). Jacey developed and directed HH’s The Whale; or, Moby-Dick* by Timothy N. Evers, Philip Hays & Herman Melville (Houston Press 2015 “Best New Play” Winner) and Spaghetti Code* by Abby Koenig (BroadwayWorld Houston 2014 “Best New Play or Musical” Winner). Jacey’s 2016 projects include the development, direction and dramaturgy of Dialogues on Grace* by Cressandra Thibodeaux at 14 Pews, Dollface* by Katharine Sherman with Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company (Houston Press 2016 “Best New Play”) and Ten Ways on a Gun** by Dylan Lamb with The Landing Theatre Company. Jacey is the former Literary Manager and Dramaturg for the Alley Theatre. Highlights of her Alley dramaturgy credits include Warrior Class* (Kenneth Lin), The Elephant Man, The Mountaintop** (Katori Hall; Arena Stage co-pro), Red, The Seafarer and What We’re Up Against* (Theresa Rebeck). Also at the Alley, she assistant directed and dramaturged The Seagull* and Death of a Salesman. As a freelance dramaturg, Jacey has worked with The Landing Theatre Company, Houston Shakespeare Festival, Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company, Wordsmyth Theatre Company, 14 Pews and Obsidian Theater. Jacey received her MFA in Dramaturgy and Theatre Historiography from University of Houston and her BFA in Dramaturgy and Acting, with an English Literature minor, from University of Oklahoma. *Indicates a world premiere and ** a regional premiere.