Jason Peck is a founder and Co-Artistic Director of Thrown Stone. He directed Blink by Kate Moira Ryan for Thrown Stone’s inaugural Summer Reading Series, Gwydion Suilebhan’s The Butcher, a Thrown Stone staged reading at the Michael Chekhov Theatre Festival, and most recently, the U.S. Premiere of Milk by Ross Dunsmore.
Jason’s work as a director has been recognized by the North Carolina Capital Awards, the Seven Angels Halo Awards and, most recently he received a Broadway World nomination for his direction of Milk. He has collaborated with playwrights on many new works: Eric Bogosian (suburbia, Actor’s Gang Theatre, West Coast Premiere), Jane Anderson (Looking for Normal, Mark Taper Forum, World Premiere), Mark Ravenhill (Faust is Dead, Zephyr Theatre, US Premiere), Jason Wells (Perfect Mendacity, Asolo Rep, World Premiere), and Charles Mee (A Perfect Wedding, Kirk Douglas Theatre, World Premiere). Other acting credits include: the Off-Broadway World Premiere of van gogh (Mint Theatre, NY); the West Coast Premiere of Caryl Churchill’s Far Away (Odyssey Theatre, LA); the Regional Premiere of Steve Martin’s The Underpants (Florida Repertory Theatre); and the World Premiere of R.A. White’s adaptation of the Nathaniel West classic The Dismantling of Lemuel Pitkin (Actor’s Gang Theatre, LA) among many others. His television and film credits include: In Her Shoes, The King of Queens, Family Law, The District, LA Law: The Movie (MOW), NYPD Blue, Jesse, Hollywood Safari, George Lucas in Love, and three seasons on the cult-hit Roswell. His acting work garnered him the Los Angeles Critics’ Drama-logue Award (suburbia), the Backstage West Garland Award (Dismantling of Lemuel Pitkin), and the Sarasota Herald’s Curtain Call Award (Speed-the-Plow).
Jason holds an MFA in Acting from the FSU/Asolo Acting Conservatory with a BFA in Acting from the University of Southern California. Currently, Jason serves as Director of Theatre Arts at St. Luke’s School in New Canaan, Connecticut.