Holding a B.S. degree in Theatre and Journalism from Boston University where he won the Rodgers & Hammerstein Award, and an M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama, Amnon Kabatchnik was a member of the Director's Unit with the Actor's Studio in New York. Later, he was appointed Professor of Theatre at SUNY Binghamton, Stanford University, Ohio State University, Florida State University, and Elmira College. Off Broadway, Kabatchnik directed, among other plays, the American premiere of Anton Chekhov's A Country Scandal (Platonov); Evenings with Chekhov; Vincent, a drama about Van Gogh; revivals of Maxwell Anderson's Winterset and John Willard's The Cat and the Canary.  Read more