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Kristie Post Wallace

Kristie Post Wallace is a Salt Lake City, UT based stage director, filmmaker, and writer. She directs in a variety of genres, including contemporary and new plays, musicals, and Shakespeare. She is also a deviser. Known for her collaborative, process driven approach to theatre, Kristie creates inclusive communities in the rehearsal room and mixes innovation with creation and reimagining. Her point of view is that storytelling creates communities from people of all perspectives and serves as a vehicle for social discourse. Kristie believes in the power of laughter and the deep feeling of music.


Some of Kristie’s most notable productions include an innovative Accidental Death of an Anarchist by Dario Fo with a multicultural cast, The Women of Lockerbie by Debra Brevoort, The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa Fasthourse, and Ada and the Engine by Lauren Gunderson. Musicals include The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Crazy for You, Beauty and the Beast, and a bilingual The Lion King with ASL and spoken English. In devising, Kristie directed and developed a film dis/re/connection (see film work), a bully project play with teenagers, a piece centering around people who have taken refuge in various places, and more.


BA: Brigham Young University. MFA in Directing: University of Washington School of Drama




"[the production was] satirical and funny, with a beautiful connection to the current state of the world." Niv Joshi

"...wonderful talent..." Front Row Reviewers

"Wallace...put together a graceful piece of art" The Daily

"...creativity and energy.... relevant..." The Daily

" far one of the most talented, fun, and enjoyable performances I have ever had the opportunity to attend."  Front Row Reviewers

Plays, Musicals, and Projects 

The ones I'd kill to do


  • The Thanksgiving Play  by Larissa Fasthorse  (I love political satires!) (Done! BYU 2022!)
  • The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson

  • Julius Caesar (all female/non-binary cast)

  • Bernhardt/Hamlet by Theresa Rebeck

  • Lady from the Sea by Henrik Ibsen

  • Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson

  • Twelfth Night

  • Lungs by Duncan MacMillan

  • Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman

  • Plays yet to be written: New Play Development


  • Sweeny Todd by Stephen Sondheim

  • Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim

  • Violet by Jeanine Tesori and libretto by Brian Crawley

  • Something Rotten! (I love comedic musicals!)

  • Next to Normal by Tom Kitt


  • Another Kind of Relief Society (Devised show currently in Process); a biting satire of what it's like to grow up in Utah culture

For Films, please see the film tab.

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