JAMES PETER SOTIS
Director | Designer | Narrative Enthusiast | Pantologist
WHO IS JAMES PETER SOTIS?
James Peter Sotis is a director, designer, and narrative enthusiast originally hailing from Ipswich, Massachusetts. He is the Artistic Director of Vagabond Theatre Group -- a Boston-based company dedicated to the exploration and production of new work -- in which capacity he has directed VTG’s IRNE-nominated productions of Burning the Barn and Burning Up the Dictionary, as well as the Norton nominated Breaking the Shakespeare Code. James is also Core Contributor and dramaturg for The Big Times Project -- an open ended serial drama for the stage. Other directing credits include IRNE- and Norton-nominated Two Boys Lost (Stickball Productions), True Believers, Supergravity and the Eleventh Dimension and A Southern Victory - Parts I, II, and III (VTG). Around town, he has directed for (among others) The Big Times Project, Also Known As Theatre, Open Theatre Project, SHOTZ Boston, Happy Medium, One-Minute Play Festival, Solas Nua, and Praxis Stage. James holds a degree in Film & Television from Boston University.