Mahayana Landowne is a vibrant theater director who lives and works in New York City.
By applying a discerning eye and deep sense of empathy, Mahayana uses theater to inspire imaginative flights of possibility. Mahayana works spatially and visually: she is fascinated by visual poetry; she sculpts action and the actors; and she is honored to work in downtown, regional, and international theater.
Mahayana is interested in developing collaborative projects with other artists and across disciplines. Likewise, Mahayana’s C.V. includes a diversity of experience, including Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Goetz’s “The Heiress,” Williams’ “Streetcar Named Desire,” Hatcher’s “Turn of the Screw,” and Chekhov’s “The Seagull.”