Serge Seiden is the Managing Director and Producer at Mosaic Theater Company of DC, which he helped found in 2015. He is also a freelance director and acting teacher at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory. From 1990 to 2015, Serge held many positions at the Studio Theatre including Producing Director, Stage Manager, Literary Manager, and Casting Director.
Serge graduated from Swarthmore College in 1985 with Honors in Political Science and moved to Washington to work for Senator George Mitchell.
Compelled by a social justice mission, Serge joined Ari Roth and Jennifer Nelson to found Mosaic Theater Company of DC in 2015. The bold inaugural season, The Case for Hope in a Polarized World, reflects Mosaic's watch words: Intercultural, Independent, Entertaining, and Uncensored.
Serge completed the three year curriculum at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory in 1989, where he was drawn by the intimate performance style and personalized training.
Studio's Founding Artistic Director Joy Zinoman became a mentor when Serge joined the Studio staff in 1990. Designers Debra Booth, Daniel Conway, Russell Metheny, and Luciana Stecconi (sets), Helen Huang (costumes), Deborah Thomas (props), Michael Giannitti, and Daniel McLean Wagner (lights) are frequent collaborators and artistic influences.
Serge grew up in Maine (though his parents are from the Bronx) and he is the father of Gavin Seiden, who is 12 years old.