Neil Donohoe has been the Director of the Theater Division at Boston Conservatory since 1985. Neil has directed throughout New England, including at the Chiswick Park Theater in Sudbury, The Charles Playhouse in Boston, the Waterville Summer Music Theater in Maine, Timberlake Playhouse in Illinois, College Light Opera Company of Falmouth, Keene Summer Theater, Bill Fegan Attractions of Dallas, Green Mountain Guild of Vermont, and Jesus Christ Superstar at The Boston Shakespeare Theater in 1984. Principal singer for Light Opera of Manhattan. Produced the Kurt Weill Festival and a benefit performance for the Fenway Community Health Center starring Madeline Kahn, both at The Boston Conservatory in 1990; co-produced The Boston Conservatory's 125th Anniversary Celebration culminating in a Gala performance at Symphony Hall starring Liz Callaway and Marvin Hamlisch; choreographed opening night at the Boston Pops starring Tyne Daly in 1992 and stage directed production numbers for Opening Night at the Pops: Farewell Tribute to John Williams in 1993, both televised on PBS; director of the Vincent Club show, annual fundraiser for Women's Care Division of Massachusetts General Hospital from 1993-2002; principal performer in Boston premier of Love! Valor! Compassion! in 1996. Guest instructor in Musical Theater, Boston University, 1986, 1988. B.A., Holy Cross College.