Blayze Teicher

Blayze Teicher

Blayze Teicher is a Brooklyn-based director of Queer, magical, and political stories for theatre and film. Select directing includes The Diplomats by Nelson Diaz-Marcano (Fresh Fruit Festival, DUAF), The Virtuous Fall of the Girls from Our Lady of Sorrows by Gina Femia (The Flea/Spicy Witch Productions), Moses by Grace Connolly (HERE), and The Lonely by Andrew Rincón (reading, Amios). She served as Resident...
Blayze Teicher is a Brooklyn-based director of Queer, magical, and political stories for theatre and film. Select directing includes The Diplomats by Nelson Diaz-Marcano (Fresh Fruit Festival, DUAF), The Virtuous Fall of the Girls from Our Lady of Sorrows by Gina Femia (The Flea/Spicy Witch Productions), Moses by Grace Connolly (HERE), and The Lonely by Andrew Rincón (reading, Amios). She served as Resident Director of Trainspotting Live Off-Broadway and as Artistic Associate/Resident Director of the new play podcast series, The Parsnip Ship.

Blayze has developed new work at Wild Project, Musical Theatre Factory, Jewish Plays Project, Pride Plays, New Light Theatre Project, and Samuel French OOB Festival, among others. She has assisted for Schele Williams (ASCAP), Portia Krieger (2ST Uptown, NYMF), Lauren Keating, and Sarna Lapine.

As a filmmaker, her work has screened at Frameline International, Tribeca Film Festival, Out on Film, Cinema Diverse, New York Television Festival, and was nominated for Best Direction at First Glance Film Festival for the original series 'Interested In.'

Blayze is a recipient of the 2020-21 National Directors Fellowship at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center/NNPN, 2020 Drama League Semi-Finalist, Ring of Keys member, SDC Associate, and winner of the 2017 Fresh Fruit Award for Outstanding Direction of a Play. B.A. in Theatre/Creative Writing, Florida State University. BlayzeTeicher.com