M. Bevin O'Gara is an Associate Producer at the Huntington Theatre Company where she directed Kirsten Greenidge's Milk Like Sugar and Melinda Lopez's Becoming Cuba. Other credits include appropriate, Tribes (Elliot Norton & IRNE Awards for Best Play), Clybourne Park, and the world premiere of A Future Perfect (SpeakEasy Stage Company); Phédre (Actors' Shakespeare Project); The Chronicles of Kalki, Brahman/i: A One-Hijra Stand-Up Comedy Show, You for Me For You, Love Person, and The Pain and the Itch (Company One); Translations (Bad Habit Productions); Matt and Ben (Central Square Theater); Two Wives of India and Gary (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre); 2.5 Minute Ride (Downstage @ New Rep); Othello and The Crucible (New Rep On Tour); Melancholy Play (Holland Productions); Bat Boy: The Musical (Metro Stage); Tattoo Girl, Painting You, and Artifacts (Williamstown Theatre Festival Workshop); and ANTI-KISS (3 Monkeys Theatrical Productions). She has also worked with New Repertory Theatre, the Gaiety Theatre of Dublin, and the Actors Centre of Australia. She has a BFA from Boston University in Theatre Studies.
- Elliot Norton Award for Best Play: Tribes, 2014
- IRNE Award for Best Play: Tribes, 2014
- Lois Roach Award for outstanding commitment to the Boston theatre community: 2011