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OUR TOWN
OUR TOWN

September 26 - October 27, 2013

 by Thornton Wilder
directed by Ted Pappas

A story that is simple yet profound. A work of unparalleled imagination and heart. A stunning theatrical achievement that captures the experience of living in the moment. These are just a few reasons why Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning Our Town is America's most acclaimed play. An iconic play deserves an iconic star so we are thrilled that Pittsburgh's remarkable Tom Atkins leads a cast of 24 actors all with local connections.

RUN TIME: 2 hours and 10 minutes, with 2 ten-minute intermissions.

Presented By


The engagement of Tom Atkins in the role of the Stage Manager has been generously supported by Richard W. Moriarty, M.D..

The engagements of Patrick Cannon and Erin Lindsey Krom in the roles of George Gibbs and Emily Webb have been generously supported by Jim and Electra Agras.



 

TOM ATKINS (Stage Manager) is a Pittsburgh native and returns for his 18th Public Theater production. He most recently appeared at The Public as Arthur J. Rooney, Sr. in The Chief and Phil Hogan in Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten. Mr. Atkins first appeared in The Public's inaugural season in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. His other Public Theater credits include A Moon for the Misbegotten (James Tyrone, Jr.), Macbeth, Vikings, Cobb, The Steward of Christendom, Long Day's Journey Into Night, The Weir, You Can't Take It With You, and The Drawer Boy. He has made numerous television appearances, from "The Rockford Files" to "Oz," and has performed in regional theaters across America. On Broadway he appeared in The Changing Room and The Front Page; Off-Broadway in Whistle in the Dark and Long Day's Journey Into Night. Film credits include Escape from New York, The FogCreepshow, Lethal Weapon, Bob Roberts, Striking Distance, Night of the Creeps, My Bloody Valentine 3D, Drive Angry, Shannon's Rainbow, and the indie film Apocalypse Kiss

TONY BINGHAM (Sam Craig) is thrilled to be returning to the Pittsburgh Public stage. He was recently seen in The Nerd at St. Vincent. Other recent roles include: Doug - Gruesome Playground Injuries, Robert F. Scott - Antarktikos, Joe - Becky's New Car, and Stanislaw Lem in 800 Words which was produced by Caravan Theatre (for which Tony is the Producing Director). He has appeared on "As the World Turns," in several commercials, and a number of local indies including the feature film Trapped (2009 Winner of NY International Independent Film Festival for Best Crime Feature) starring Tom Atkins. Later this fall you can see Tony in Well at Off the Wall. He holds a BA from Point Park and a MFA from the University of Iowa.

WESTON BLAKESLEY (Constable Warren) arrived in Pittsburgh last year and was welcomed into the company of August: Osage County with The REP directed by John Shepard. He played George in Moon Over Buffalo at The Theater Factory in Trafford. Prior to moving to Pittsburgh he spent 18 years in Los Angeles. Movies include Gus the barber in Pleasantville, the title character in the horror movie The Mangler Reborn, and numerous low-budget features that will never be available on Netflix (he hopes). TV credits include "The West Wing," "iCarly," "Monk," "Chuck," and "In Living Color." Favorite theater performances: The Tempest in Miami, Little Murders in Stockholm, Sweden, How to Explain the History of Communism to Mental Patients in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Much Ado at a little winery in the Santa Ynez Valley, delicious.

KEN BOLDEN (Professor Willard) is very pleased to return to The Public where he has previously appeared in Born Yesterday (the Assistant Manager), Amadeus (Valet), The Comedy of Errors (Angelo), and The Odd Couple (Vinnie). Most recent appearances in local theaters include Mnemonic (Spindler), and John Gabriel Borkman (Fodol) both for Quantum Theatre. For television, he had a guest spot on Nickelodeon's "Supah Ninjas" (the Vice Principal) and was the principal actor in this past winter's PA Lottery commercial. His last film appearance was in Sorority Row (Dr. Rosenberg).

CHARLOTTE BUSH (Rebecca Gibbs) is thrilled to be performing at the Public Theater. Charlotte is currently in the 7th grade at Pittsburgh CAPA for musical theater. For the last three years she was a finalist in The Public's Shakespeare Monologue & Scene Contest. She studied theater and piano at Hope Academy for Music and the Arts and sang with the Children's Festival Chorus of Pittsburgh for three years. In her free time she loves to swim, downhill ski, spend time with friends and family, sing, play with her dog, listen to One Direction, and eat bacon. Charlotte lives in Point Breeze with her parents, brother Ian, and adorable dog Elphie.

PATRICK CANNON (George Gibbs) is ecstatic to collaborate with such beautiful artists and people on this wonderful play. Patrick, son of Edward and Margaret Cannon, was born and raised in Pittsburgh. Patrick was last seen as Eteocles in Oedipus and the Foul Mess in Thebes with No Name Players. Other credits include Curly in Oklahoma!, JP Finch in H2$, Billy Flynn in Chicago, the Dentist in Little Shop of Horrors, Denny in The War Plays, John Adams in 1776, Fred/Narrator in A Christmas Carol, Silva in 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, Jim in Gift of the Magi, and Crow in A Tooth of Crime. Patrick is a recent graduate of Columbia College Chicago and proud member of AEA.

JULIA COBLIN (Rebecca Gibbs) is thrilled to be a part of Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of Our Town. She is a 7th grade student at the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts school. Julia won first place in The Public's 2013 Shakespeare Monologue & Scene Contest and she recently played Grumio in The Taming of the Shrew as part of The Public's Summer Shakespeare Intensive. Julia has appeared in the Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks productions of The Merry Wives of Windsor and The Tempest. She has also performed with Pittsburgh Musical Theater, Gemini Theater, and in the CAPA school musical, Seussical

BRIDGET CONNORS (Mrs. Gibbs) is thrilled to be back at the Public Theater having last appeared in Circle Mirror Transformation. She has also performed in Pittsburgh with Quantum Theatre, City Theatre, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, and The REP. Additional regional theater credits include South Coast Repertory Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, New Mexico Repertory, PCPA Theatrefest, New Theatre, Gable Stage, Mosaic Theatre, Florida Stage, A Noise Within, and the Oregon, Santa Cruz, Colorado, and Idaho Shakespeare Festivals. Bridget is a Professor in the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University and program coordinator of Voice and Movement.

MARC EPSTEIN (Mr. Webb) is very excited to make his debut on the Pittsburgh Public stage in Our Town. Previous Pittsburgh appearances include: Othello: Noir, The Constant Prince, Out of This Furnace and The Tempest: or The Enchanted Isle for Unseam'd Shakespeare, and A Lie of the Mind, Arms and the Man, Scapin, and The Insect Play at Pitt Rep. He has also appeared at theaters around the country including the Arena Stage, Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, New York Shakespeare Festivals Public Theater, Coconut Grove Theater, Westport Country Playhouse, and many others. He has also taught theater at universities around the city. After being in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, he and his family now call Pittsburgh their home.

JAMES FITZGERALD (Citizen) is most happy to return to the Public Theater. Other Pittsburgh appearances include Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, Quantum Theatre, and Bricolage. James has performed 16 seasons with Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Other Chicago crdits include Marriot's Lincolnshire Theater, Second City, ETC., The Royal George, Apple Tree, among others. Regional: Cape May Stage, Milwaukee Rep, Baltimore, Nebraska and North Carolina Shakespeare Festivals. Off-Broadway: Rose Rage directed by Edward Hall. Awards: two Jefferson Awards (Best Supporting Actor), a Jeff Citation (Best Actor), and Chicago's After Dark Best New Work Award as the author of Two for the Show. James recently completed filming Progression and The Mercury Men and next will appear at City Theatre in Charles Ives Take Me Home.

LINDA HASTON (Citizen) is a performer, director, and teaching artist who is thrilled to be back at The Public having made her debut in The Little Foxes as Addie. She has performed with City, Bricolage, Quantum, and Off the Wall Theatre, to name a few. In the past few seasons at Off the Wall she has directed and/or performed in several productions. Recent favorites being Without Ruth, an original play based on stories about her mother written by Virginia Wall Gruenert, and Henry in The Club. Other favorite roles include Irene Page in Bubbling Brown Sugar starring Vivian Reed, and Tituba in Quantum's production of The Crucible. Film credits include the recently released film Won't Back Down with Viola Davis.

WALI JAMAL (Howie Newsome) is honored to be in his third performance at The Public. Previous performances include Tracy Letts' Superior Donuts (James) and Lillian Hellman's The Little Foxes (Cal). He has appeared in eight of the 10-play cycle by August Wilson: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (Toledo), Joe Turner's Come and Gone (Seth), The Piano Lesson (Avery), Two Trains Running (Wolf), Seven Guitars (Hedley/Canewell), Jitney (Doub), Gem of the Ocean (Caesar), Radio Golf (Sterling). Wali is a community television producer at PCTV 21 and is launching his educational show, "History's Flipside."

ANDY KIRTLAND (Citizen) is making his debut with Pittsburgh Public Theater. Pittsburgh credits: The Complete Works... (Abridged) (Unseam'd Shakespeare Company), Walk Two Moons (Prime Stage), The Tempest (Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the the Park), and The Festival in Black and White with Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre. New York credits include: Macbeth (Raised Spirits Theatre), A Christmas Carol (13th Street Rep), and Thieves (Amerinda/Public Theater). He has acted regionally in Chicago, Baltimore, and with the New England Shakespeare Festival and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. Andy is a member of Unseam'd Shakespeare Company. He studied Theater at Dickinson College and the British American Drama Academy.

DANIEL KRELL (Simon Stimson) is happy to return to The Public for his 21st appearance with the company. His performances here have encompassed contemporary works, classics, and musicals. Favorites include Born Yesterday, As You Like It, Circle Mirror Transformation, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Metamorphoses, Amadeus, Cabaret, Oedipus, Much Ado About Nothing, Sweeney Todd, and last season's acclaimed 1776. He has played a variety of major roles with the region's professional theaters, such as City Theatre, CLO, Quantum, Bricolage, PICT, and The REP as well as with theaters around the country, including Clarence Brown Theatre, PlayMakers Repertory, and Gateway Playhouse among others. Mr. Krell is also a veteran of many films, commercials, industrials, and voice-overs.

ERIN LINDSEY KROM (Emily Webb) is thrilled to be playing Emily Webb in Our Town as her Pittsburgh Public debut! A native Pittsburgher now based in New York, Erin has worked extensively in Pittsburgh as well as across the country in theaters such as Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, Everyman Theatre, Tuacahn Amphitheatre, City Theatre, The Pittsburgh Playhouse, Playhouse on Park, Civic Light Opera, the New York Musical Theatre Festival, the Secret Theatre, and Totem Pole Playhouse. Selected credits include Sibyl in Private Lives, Daisy in Rhinoceros (Best Supporting Acress, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Wendy in Peter Pan, and Daisy in Side Show. For more information, visit www.erinlindseykrom.com

KAREN MERRITT (Citizen) feels honored to return a third time to Pittsburgh Public Theater, having also appeared in Born Yesterday and The Royal Family. Other theatrical credits include: Romeo and Juliet, A Wrinkle in Time, The Music Lesson (Prime Stage); Shadowlands, Anne of Green Gables, You Can't Take it With You, The Book of Ruth, Murder in the Cathedral (Saltworks Theatre); The Three Sisters, The Winter's Tale, Shrew, The Comedy of Errors (Unseam'd Shakespeare); Trojan Women, The Wedding, Lower Depths (Moscow Art Theatre); Steel Magnolias (Pennsylvania Centre Stage). Training: MFA in Acting from Carnegie Mellon University and the Moscow Art Theatre School. 

LARRY JOHN MEYERS (Joe Stoddard) continues a long and happy association with the Pittsburgh Public after appearing in last season's favorites, Born Yesterday and 1776. He also has had the distinct pleasure of performing Mr. Wilder's remarkable Our Town twice before: in 1999, playing the "Stage Manager" as a guest artist at Pitt; and in 1990, for PPT's earlier acclaimed staging, as a replacement for "Mr. Webb." Larry lives near the Turner Cemetery in Squirrel Hill, and harbors a furtive desire to move to the riverbanks of Duck Hollow. His first "real job" was as an undertaker's assistant, driving the hearse for Mr. Harris.

EDGAR O'CONNELL (Si Crowell) is in seventh grade at Pittsburgh CAPA. His Malvolio from Twelfth Night received an honorable mention in Pittsburgh Public Theater's Shakespeare Monologue & Scene Contest. Edgar's other credits include CAPA's Seussical Jr. (Who), Shakespeare in the Parks' The Tempest (Sailor, Demon) and The Merry Wives of Windsor (Spirit), as well as many Gemini Theater Camp productions. He enjoys playing cello and reading.

ELLIOT PULLEN (Wally Webb) is proud to join the cast of Our Town as Wally Webb. Elliot is a homeschooled sixth grader from Mt. Lebanon. He enjoys art, drama, and writing, and is a classical guitarist and Boy Scout. Elliot recently appeared in the role of Charlie Bucket in Little Lake Theater's production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, as Malvolio in Falstaff's Fellows' production of Twelfth Night, and as a member of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks Young Company in The Tempest. Elliot's acting mentors are Erin Fleming, Sunny Disney Fitchett, and Cat Aceto. 

JOHN SHEPARD (Dr. Gibbs) is thrilled to be back at The Public where he has appeared in Born Yesterday, Circle Mirror Transformation, The Little Foxes, and Mary Stuart. Other credits at Pittsburgh theaters include Reed in Electric Baby for Quantum Theatre (among many others), Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman for The REP (among many others) for which he was named Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Performer of the Year, and productions at City and PICT. He's been seen on Broadway (American Buffalo and A View from the Bridge), Off-Broadway and at some of the finest American regional theaters including four seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Long Wharf, Yale Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and many others. He'll be seen in the upcoming films Homemakers, Exterior/Night, and Sisteria. He also directs and teaches. www.johnshepard.info.

RYAN SHOWALTER (Joe Crowell) is 12 years old and in 7th grade at North Hills Middle School. This is his first performance in a Pittsburgh Public Theater play and he is very excited. Ryan, along with two of his classmates, won the Shakespeare Monologue & Scene Contest Lower Division Scene for The Comedy of Errors in 2013. He lives in Ross Township with his parents, older sister, two dogs, and two cats. Ryan plays ice hockey for North Hills and dek hockey for DekStar. He is an active member of Boy Scout Troop 83 in West View. He holds the rank of Star Scout and is working towards achieving the highest honor in scouts: Eagle Scout.

CARY ANNE SPEAR (Mrs. Webb) is delighted to return to Pittsburgh Public Theater where she previously performed in Dancing at Lughnasa and How I Learned to Drive. Cary is from Pittsburgh, but began her theater career in Washington, DC, as a member of the Arena Stage acting company. She enjoyed a multitude of projects and roles, including John Guare's Women and Water, for which she was chosen by the playwright as his indomitable heroine, Lydie Breeze; Sally in A Lie of the Mind; and Anne Stanton in All the King's Men. After moving to New York, Cary performed Off-Broadway and in regional theaters around the country. She is grateful to have worked in many fine Pittsburgh theaters, including City Theatre, The REP, Jewish Theater of Pittsburgh, PICT, and St. Vincent Summer Theatre.

ANDREW SWACKHAMER (Citizen) is a recent graduate from Point Park University. Credits include No Name Players: Viva Los Bastarditos (Dancin' Eddie Danson); Pittsburgh Public: Amadeus (Salieri's Servant); Prime Stage: The Great Gatsby (Nick Carraway), The Glass Menagerie (Understudy Tom/Jim); Quantum: Twelfth Night (Captain/Officer/Priest/Ukulele Minstrel); Point Park: A Child's Christmas in Wales (Dylan Thomas), Light in the Piazza (Giuseppe Naccarelli), Parade (Young Soldier).

TERRY WICKLINE (Mrs. Soames) happily returns to Pittsburgh Public Theater for this special Masterpiece Season. Previous credits for The Public include The Importance of Being Earnest (Miss Prism), Much Ado About Nothing (Ursula), and Man of La Mancha (Maria). Regional credits: Nunsense (Rev. Mother) for Theatre By The Sea; Chekhov Festival (Ivanov, Drama!) for PICT; The Sound of Music, Me and My Girl, Anything Goes, Hello, Dolly!, Funny Girl, Always...Patsy Cline, and A Musical Christmas Carol (Mrs. Dilber/Mrs. Fezziwig, 13 seasons!) for Pittsburgh CLO; Splendour (Genevieve) for Quantum Theatre; The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Narrator) for Unseam'd Shakespeare; and Andrew Previn's opera A Streetcar Named Desire (Nurse) for Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. She's proud to be part of a cast of Pittsburgh artists.

TED PAPPAS (Scenic Designer and Director) celebrates his 14th season as Producing Artistic Director of Pittsburgh Public Theater and his 21st year of close association with the company as a director. He has staged more than 40 productions for The Public, including the works of Euripides, Shakespeare, Schiller, Wilde, Gilbert & Sullivan, and Sondheim. Some highlights include Sophocles' Electra, Shakespeare's As You Like It, Kaufman & Ferber's The Royal Family, Peter Shaffer's Amadeus, Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses, Kander & Ebb's Cabaret, the American premiere of Alan Ayckbourn's RolePlay, and the world premiere of Rob Zellers and Gene Collier's The Chief. His career began in New York City where he worked at Playwrights Horizons, Joseph Papp's Public Theater, John Houseman's The Acting Company, New York City Opera under the leadership of Beverly Sills, and shows on and off Broadway. His regional credits are numerous and varied and include productions for Williamstown Theatre Festival, Arena Stage in Washington DC, the Kennedy Center, the Canadian Opera Company, Toronto's Royal Alexandra, and Goodspeed Musicals. He staged a hip-hop concert hosted by Harry Belafonte which galvanized the Cannes Film Festival, directed a Las Vegas extravaganza for impresario Steve Wynn, and served as choreographer for NBC's legendary series "Saturday Night Live." He studied Shakespeare with Samuel Schoenbaum and modern drama with Eric Bentley, and holds degrees from Northwestern University and Manhattan's Hunter College. He is a past president of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, the national labor union. 

THORNTON WILDER (Playwright) is best known as the author of seven novels and four major plays. He received three Pulitzer Prizes - for his novel The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1927) and his plays Our Town (1938) and The Skin of Our Teeth (1943) among numerous other awards. Other popular works by Wilder include the screenplay for the Alfred Hitchcock film Shadow of a Doubt and the play The Matchmaker, which ran on Broadway for almost 500 performances between 1955 and 1957 and was later adapted into the musical Hello, Dolly! In addition, he enjoyed acting, teaching, lecturing, and traveling. He was born in Madison, Wisconsin in 1897 and attended Yale and Princeton Universities. He died on December 7, 1975. For more information visit thorntonwilder.com.

GABRIEL BERRY (Costume Designer) designed the costumes for As You Like It, Electra, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Tempest, Medea, Things of Dry Hours, and Man of La Mancha for Pittsburgh Public Theater. Notable recent theater premieres: Richard Foreman's Old Fashioned Prostitutes, Stew and Heidi's The Total Bent, Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins' Neighbors (New York Public Theater); Lameece Issaq's Food and Fadwah (New York Theater Workshop). Recent opera premieres: John Adams and Peter Sellars' A Flowering Tree, Osvaldo Golijov's Ainadamar, Douglas Cuomo's Arjuna's Dilemma. Awards include an Obie, a Bessie, and a silver medal at the Prague Quadriennial for her contribution to experimental theater.

KIRK BOOKMAN (Lighting Designer) Pittsburgh Public Theater: Born Yesterday, As You Like It, Electra, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Goodspeed Opera House: Funny Thing...Forum. Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park: Speaking in Tongues, God of Carnage, Fantasticks. Off-Broadway: Closer Than Ever, Divine Sister (Charles Busch). Irish Rep: Bedbound, The Playboy of the Western World, The Importance of Being Earnest, Major Barbara. Drama Dept.: June Moon, Rude Entertainment. Manhattan Theatre Club: Green Heart. Broadway: The Gin Game (Julie Harris/Charles Durning), The Sunshine Boys (Tony Randall/Jack Klugman), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Other theater credits include New York Philharmonic: Company (dir. Lonny Price), San Francisco Symphony/Michael Tilson Thomas: The Thomashefskys, A Flowering Tree (dir. Peter Sellars). Upcoming: The Golden Brush, world premiere for Hungarian National Ballet at the Budapest Opera House. www.KirkBookman.com.

ZACH MOORE (Sound Designer) most recently designed the sound for Other Desert Cities, Clybourne Park, and Thurgood here at The Public. He has designed more than 65 productions for Pittsburgh Public, including the world premieres of The Chief, Harry's Friendly Service, The Glorious Ones, The Secret Letters of Jackie and Marilyn, and Paper Doll; the American premieres of The Bird Sanctuary and RolePlay (also original music); as well as 1776, Around the World in 80 Days, Red, Electra, Circle Mirror Transformation (also original music), A Midsummer Night's Dream, Metamorphoses, I Am My Own Wife, Man of La Mancha, and Tea. Other designs include Pop! (City Theatre), Sweeney Todd and Angels in America (Pitt Rep), House and Garden (Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre), Completely Hollywood (abridged) (Reduced Shakespeare Company), Falsettos (The Huntington), Paper Doll (Long Wharf Theatre), and Fully Committed (PPT, Dallas Theater Center, McCoy/Rigby Productions). Zach also operates a small music mastering studio.

McCORKLE CASTING, LTD. (Casting) Pat McCorkle, Casting Director, Joe Lopick, Associate Casting Director. Renowned Casting Director Pat McCorkle (C.S.A.) has, for more than 30 years, cast Broadway productions including End of the Rainbow, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Glass Menagerie, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Ride Down Mr. Morgan, Amadeus, She Loves Me, Blood Brothers, A Few Good Men among many others. Notable Off-Broadway projects include the acclaimed Hit the Wall, Tribes and Our Town (Barrow Street), Falling, Freud's Last Session, Ears On a Beatle, Almost Maine, Killer Joe, Driving Miss Daisy. A partial list of feature film casting includes: Premium Rush, Ghost Town, Secret Window, Tony and Tina's Wedding, Basic, The Thomas Crown Affair, The 13th Warrior, Madeline, Die Hard With a Vengeance, School Ties. Television: humans for "Sesame Street," "Californication" (Emmy nomination), "Max Bickford," "Hack," "Strangers With Candy," "Chapelle's Show," among several others. mccorklecasting.com.

RUTH E. KRAMER (Production Stage Manager) returns to Pittsburgh Public Theater for her 17th season. 1776, Around the World in 80 Days, The Royal Family, Amadeus, Cabaret, The Mikado, Man of La Mancha, You Can't Take It With You, and ...Forum are among her favorite, previous productions. Other credits include Off-Broadway productions of Anne of Green Gables and Tovah: Out of Her Mind, Ain't Misbehavin' and Buddy at the Riverside Theatre, several seasons at Maine State Music Theatre and Mountain Playhouse, stints at the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Pioneer Theatre Company, Goodspeed-at-Chester, and the Great Lakes Theater Festival. Ms. Kramer lives in Hell's Kitchen, NYC, is an avid Geocacher, and proudly serves on the National Council of Actors' Equity Association.

FREDRIC H. ORNER (Assistant Stage Manager) 2013-2014 season at The Public: Our Town, Company, Candida. Pittsburgh Public Theater: Born Yesterday, Superior Donuts, The Price, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Rabbit Hole, Radio Golf, The Glorious Ones, Amadeus. Broadway: Private Lives, If You Ever Leave Me, ...I'm Going With You, The Capeman, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, City of Angels, Mule Bone, Sunday in the Park With George (Original Cast), Our Country's Good. National Tours: Cats, City of Angels, Laughter on the 23rd Floor. Elsewhere: MUNY (St. Louis), American Repertory Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Long Wharf Theatre, Hartford Stage, McCarter Theatre, Milvaukee Repertory Theatre, Roundabout Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Pasadena Playhouse, ACT (Seattle), Theatreworks (Mountainview, CA), Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He also has stage managed tours in the UK, Ireland, and Canada.

 

 

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