Paul Hough has collaborated as a stage director on the three LaZebnick and Kingsley Day BYRNE, BABY, BYRNE Chicago events, on the workshop for The Chicago Theatre Project and the initial commercial run of their DEAR AMANDA and on the multiple-award-winning year-and-a-half run of the SUMMER STOCK MURDER premiere. Paul is known for productions of FROM BERLIN TO BROADWAY WITH KURT WEILL in Chicago, L. A., San Francisco and Seattle. He is currently Director of Production for The American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City where he has directed THE WOMAN IN BLACK, FUNNY MONEY, DIAL "M" FOR MURDER, A WONDERFUL LIFE, CALIFORNIA SUITE, THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY, PLAY IT AGAIN SAM, A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING, ALWAYS . . . PATSY CLINE, THE LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS, THE CLOUDS OF HIGHWAY 40, HENCEFORWARD, SUGAR BABIES, SONG OF SINGAPORE, THE PRISONER OF SECOND AVENUE, SOMETHING'S AFOOT, BEEHIVE, I HATE HAMLET, LEND ME A TENOR and PLAZA SUITE. Paul holds the L. A. Drama Critics Awards, Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citations and Kansas City Best of Theatre awards for Direction and Production.