Luke is a dramaturg and director currently completing his M.F.A. in Dramaturgy in the University of Iowa Playwrights Workshop. His most recent dramaturgy credits include Eric Marlin’s What a World! What a World! presented in Ars Nova’s 2019 ANT Fest; Shakespeare’s King Henry IV, Part 1 at Riverside Theatre in Iowa City; and a University of Iowa workshop presentation of Sam Chanse’s Monument (4 Sisters), directed by Jade King Carroll. Recent graduate dramaturgy credits include Eric Marlin’s Blackberry: A Burial; Leigh M. Marshall’s Laterality; Stephen Sondheim’s Sunday in the Park with George; Taylor Mac’s HIR; Lynn Nottage’s By the Way, Meet Vera Stark; Margot Connolly’s Found; and Courtney Meaker’s Nothing But Days. He directed Scott Bradley's A Kingdom Jack'd in the 2018 Iowa New Play Festival. Luke has also assisted various productions and new play festivals at the Cleveland Play House, South Coast Rep, and the FSU/Asolo Rep Conservatory. He continues to work as a freelance script reader in addition to his work at Iowa.