Drew Lichtenberg has an MFA in Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism from Yale School of Drama, where he is also a Writing Fellow. He is Literary Manager and Resident Dramaturg at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, where production work includes more than 30 plays over five seasons, including 14 plays by Shakespeare. He has collaborated with Jonathan Munby, Michael Attenborough, Michael Kahn, Doug Hughes, Mark Lamos, Moises Kaufman and Tarell McCraney. Lichtenberg worked on the translations and adaptations of Sheridan's The Critic by Jeffrey Hatcher (world premiere); Yael Farber's Salome (world premiere); The Metromaniacs and The Heir Apparent (translated and adapted from Alexis Piron and Jean-Francois Regnard) by David Ives; and US Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky's verse translation of Schiller's Wallenstein. He has worked as a dramaturg for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Baltimore Center Stage, McCarter Theatre Center, Yale Repertory, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the Public Theater's New York Shakespeare Festival. He teaches at Eugene Lang College at the New School, has taught at Catholic University of America, Washington DC, and served for the last five years as an undergraduate mentor for the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.