LANCE TAIT grew up in northern New
York. His plays have been performed or have received
public readings in New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Denver,
Toronto, Paris, the United Kingdom and at the American
Repertory Theatre and Harvard University. He has an
M.A. from Boston University where he studied with Nobel
laureate Derek Walcott. Tait has been a visiting lecturer
in theatre at Leeds University in England.
In 2002 Tait founded Theatre
Metropole, an English-language theater troupe, in
Paris. For two years, 2007-2009, Tait, as a director/writer/producer of short films, had a royalty contract with Crackle.com, a Sony Pictures Company.
He made two dozen films at that time, many of which are easily found on the web.
Tait has also worked with Ariane Dubillard
on theater and cabaret shows in French and translates
works by the renowned French playwright Roland Dubillard.