Zachary Fernebok is a non-profit and theatre professional born and raised in Washington D.C., currently living in Atlanta.

Zachary Fernebok is a non-profit and theatre professional born and raised in Washington D.C., currently living in Atlanta.

Off Stage

Passionate about the arts and education, Zach spent over four years at The Writer's Center in Bethesda, MD expanding the writing workshop curriculum, increasing rental and program revenue, and spearheading the online learning platform. In his time there, he served as the manager of the office, facilities,  and ultimately programs and marketing. He has also taught creative writing to kids and teens through The Writer's Center, Writopia Lab DC, and the Smithsonian's Portraits Alive! summer program. Zach has his MS in Marketing and currently works in education.

On Stage

A storyteller at heart, Zach thrives in the creation of theatre. As a playwright, Zach has had plays produced with Flying V, American Ensemble Theatre, Mutineer Theatre Company, The National Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts, Infinite Stage, Forum (Re)Acts, Rorschach Theatre, and the Bethesda Play-in-a-Day. Additionally, his work has been read at the Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage festival. Zach also served as American Ensemble Theatre's Playwright-in-Residence for two years. As an actor, he has appeared on stage with Flying V, 1st Stage, Pointless Theatre Co., and others.

He is a proud company member of Flying V.