Grant Sorenson is a versatile theater artist with extensive experience as a director, actor, and writer. A native of Minneapolis, Minnesota, he has spent the majority of his life working professionally onstage and off.
Grant's work as an actor has been seen at the Guthrie, Theater Latte Da, The Children's Theatre Company, Yellow Tree Theater, Frank Theatre, The Playwright's Center, and many more. He received his training at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and is a proud member of Actors' Equity.
Grant has been independently producing theater in the Twin Cities since 2018. Recent work includes a new adaptation of Miss Julie, a site-specific production of Boston Marriage, and the 2nd U.S. production of Vincent River. He has also directed for 7th House Theater, Theater Latte Da, and Wayzata High School Theatre, where he serves as Associate Program Director.
His interests as a theatermaker include Jacobean-era Shakespeare and his contemporaries, turn-of-the-century Scandinavian and Russian drama, as well as early queer playwrights including Wilde, Williams, Rattigan, and Coward.