Jonathan Vandenberg is a director of theatre and contemporary performance.

He has directed the plays Hanjo by Yukio Mishima, The Nest by Franz Xaver Kroetz, The Suppliants by Aeschylus, and Landscape by Harold Pinter. He has conceived and directed Iago: Images Unseen, Oresteia, The Crossing of the Visible, The Kingdom, Kafka Parables, and Amnesiac. He has also conceived and designed the installations Axis mundi and Tantalus.

His work has been presented in New York by Classic Stage Company, Mabou Mines, Center for Performance Research, and New York University Graduate Drama, regionally by Cutting Ball Theatre, New Langton Arts, San Francisco Theatre Festival, and Middlebury College Museum of Art, internationally by Rainshadow Studios (Singapore) and Theatre Jeock (Seoul).

He is the Theatre Programme Coordinator at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. Previously, he was on the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, Vanderbilt University, and Middlebury College.

He received an MFA in Directing from Columbia University and additional training with the Suzuki Company in Toga, Japan.