Charlotte Arnoux is a New York-based French theater artist with a focus on new works development and plays tackling social justice issues. As the Managing Director of GoodCapp Arts, Charlotte has produced and directed the New York and touring companies of SLUT: A Play (WNYC The Greene Space, Latea Theater, Dixon Place); Now That We’re Men (Steppenwolf Theatre, WNYC The Greene Space, Dixon Place); A Day In The Life (Capitol Building, DC); and One Click Away (Brooklyn Historical Society). Other recent directing credits include Refill (short film); Drunk 24 (Exquisite Corpse Company); and Harmony (HERE Arts Center). Charlotte is also a teacher and acting coach, specializing in Method Acting for young students and audition coaching. In 2017, she created and produced New York’s first FRIDGE Festival, and is the Managing Producer of the #HealMeToo Festival, coming in Spring 2019. She is a 2019 Sokoloff Creative Arts Fellow. BFA: NYU Tisch.