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Why Should I Hire a Fight Director?

It’s just a slap, what could possibly go wrong?

Oooh, so many things! That is why hiring a professional fight director ensures that your actors, crew and audience will remain safe night after night or take after take. Fight Directors provide safe and repeatable choreography that allows the actors to fully commit to the action.

They will also make your production look amazing.

You owe it to your audience, actors and crew to provide a safe environment – plus, as the saying goes, hiring a fight director is less expensive than a lawyer.

Current Projects




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Kiss the Tiger - Bad Boy (Official Video)

Profile of a Killer

Previous Projects

  • Guthrie Theatre:

    Dial M for Murder
    Murder on the Orient Express
    Into the Woods
    For the People
    The Little Prince
    Blues for an Alabama Sky
    Born With Teeth
    Twelfth Night
    Guys and Dolls
    As You Like It
    Noises Off
    Frankenstein – Playing with Fire
    Watch on the Rhine (tour to Berkeley Repertory Theater)
    Native Gardens (tour to Arena Stage)
    Refugia (in association with the Moving Company)
    The Bluest Eye
    The Royal Family
    The Parchman Hour

  • Ordway Center for the Performing Arts:

    Jesus Christ Superstar
    The Pirates of Penzance

  • Minnesota Opera:


  • Children’s Theatre Company:

    Alice in Wonderland
    Cyrano de Bergerac (Theatre Arts Training – Senior Showcase)
    Annie, Jr. (Theatre Arts Training – Junior Intensive)
    Bat Boy: The Musical (Theatre Arts Training-Senior Intensive)

  • Exposed Brick Theatre:

    Freeing Assat
    Passage (co-production with Pilldbury House Theatre)

  • Commonweal Theater Company:

    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    The Three Musketeers

  • Red Bird Theatre:

    A Bright Day Room Called Day
    Time to Burn
    Buried Child

  • Theatre Pro Rata:

    Henry V
    The Illusion

  • Park Square Theater:

    Romeo and Juliet – Co-Fight Director: Doug Scholz Carlson

  • Lyric Arts of Anoka:

    The Girl on the Train
    Leading Ladies
    Superior Donuts

  • Other notable theatres:

    Carmen in the 1920’s – Ballet Co. Laboratory
    The Play That Goes Wrong – GREAT Theater
    The Play That Goes Wrong – Old Log Theater
    Fight! Sketch! Win! – Minnesota Fringe
    Dial M for Murder – Gremlin Theater
    Carmen – St. Paul Ballet
    The Three Musketeers – Theatre in the Round
    The Tragedy of Carmen – Skylark Opera
    Peter Pan – The Phipps Center for the Arts
    Human Combat Chess – Six Elements Theatre (six seasons)

  • Colleges and Universities:

    A Midsummer Night’s Dream-University of Minnesota
    King Lear-Gustavus Adolphus College
    Urinetown-Macalester College
    More Light-Gustavus Adolphus College
    As You Like It-Macalester College
    Argonautika-Gustavus Adolphus College
    Skyscrape: The Plebeian Scrolls-Concordia University, St. Paul
    Hamlet-University of Minnesota

  • Film:

    Marmalade – Stunt Utility
    Body Language – Stunt Utility
    Bitcon – Stunt Coordinator
    Kiss the Tiger Bad Boy (Music Video) – Fight Consulting
    Christmas Break-In – Co-Stunt Coordinator
    Little Men – Stunt Coordinator
    Profile of a Killer – Stunt Coordinator

Keeping your actors, crew and audience safe for over fifteen years!