Nina Faso made her directorial debut with Peter Ustinov's, THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER AND HIS WIFE. Following a stint with the improvisational comedy group: The Committee, she became one of the creators of GODSPELL and directed most major productions of the show in America and Europe. She then took THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW from Los Angeles to Broadway. She co-adapted and co-directed the musical, WORKING based on Studs Terkel's book, for the Goodman Theater in Chicago and for Broadway. She co-wrote the teleplay for WORKING for the PBS series AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE. She is the author and director of the children's television special, THE FABLE COMPANY, and the co-producer and co-director of a short film called SING FOR YOUR LIFE. Among her other directing credits are the musicals JUST ONCE and IS IT JUST ME, OR IS IT HOT IN HERE? which enjoyed long runs in New York and Los Angeles, respectively.