Hand to God

Moritz Von Stuelpnagel


Moritz von Stuelpnagel (director) is a director and champion of new plays, based in New York City. He is thrilled to make his West End debut with Hand to God after directing the Broadway production last year where it received five Tony Award nominations including Best Play and Best Director. Other recent Off-Broadway productions include Important Hats of the Twentieth Century by Nick Jones (Manhattan Theatre Club), Verité by Nick Jones (Lincoln Center Theatre/LCT3), Bike America by Mike Lew (Ma-Yi Theatre), Love Song of the Albanian Sous Chef by Robert Askins (Ensemble Studio Theater), Trevor by Nick Jones (Lesser America), Mel & El: Show & Tell (Ars Nova), The Roosevelt Cousins Thoroughly Sauced by Mike Lew (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Spacebar by Michael Mitnick (Studio 42), and My Base and Scurvy Heart by Adam Szymkowicz (Studio 42). Around the United States, his work has been seen at the Alliance Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Huntington Theatre, and others. As an educator, he has taught for over a dozen universities including Juilliard and New York University. He returns to the UK where he previously assisted Dominic Cooke at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Moritz is the former Artistic Director of Studio 42, New York City’s producer of “unproducible” plays. www.moritzvs.com