As a freelance director Edward Medina had early success on both the Off and Off-Off Broadway stages with the productions Changing Palettes, Best Interests, The Mothers, and Hanging On. He then created WhiteWolf Productions as an independent production company in order to bring future projects he either created or developed in partnerships with other production companies to fruition.
Theatrical credits under the WhiteWolf banner include the Off-Off Broadway productions of Freedom’s First Light: The Legend of Robin Hood and Frankenspell Superstar where he produced, directed, and co-authored the books for both musicals. He also produced and directed theatre for young adults with Joshua and the Grandfather Clock, Danger Dinosaurs, and The Trial of Shady Magee.
In digital video production he co-produced, directed, and edited In the Draft, in association with Bump N Run Productions, To Save The Planet: A Musical Fable, in association with Center Stage Productions, and directed the United States segments of the international documentary Youth Ending Hunger for The Hunger Project.
Edward produced and directed video coverage of the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Championship, the Ellis Island Congressional Medal of Honor Ceremonies Honoring Carrie Dan, and The Albert Schweitzer Award Ceremonies Honoring Japan's Dr. Jushiro Naito. He also produced and edited the promotional video For Two Days in May for the United Nations.
In live events he produced and directed For the Kids: A Musical Celebration of Youth and the Environment at Washington Square Church, The Children’s Earth Summit for the American Indian Community House, and he served as Chairman of the NGO Advisory Board, and production consultant, for the United Nations Global Youth Forum.
Edward recently rebranded WhiteWolf Productions into the newly formed WhiteWolf Theatrical Productions and is looking forward to future projects that are being fully developed in-house including the play Four Days with Edgar Allan Poe, and the short subject film The Conversation.