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“It is the cause, it is the cause, my soul…”

Internationally acclaimed director Ron Daniels joins STC to helm Othello, Shakespeare’s tale of jealousy, duplicity, and destruction. Among the exotic airs and mysterious shadows of Cyprus, newly married and promoted Moorish general Othello finds himself the pawn in the manipulative games of his right-hand man, Iago. As his imagination is poisoned, Othello turns on his new bride Desdemona and his loyal lieutenant Cassio, and rapidly spirals from hero to murderer in one of Shakespeare’s most haunting tragedies.

Director Ron Daniels brings his sure hand with Shakespeare to Washington, D.C., having previously served as the associate artistic director of the American Repertory Theatre and as artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Other Place Theatre. He is an honorary associate director at the RSC.



The Performers
  • Roderigo
    Ben Diskant*
    NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Barrow Street Theatre: Hit the Wall; Classic Stage Company: The Cherry Orchard. REGIONAL: The Old Globe, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Two River Theater, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Alley Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, TheaterWorks Hartford, Studio Theatre. TELEVISION: Blue Bloods, One Life to Live, Guiding Light. TRAINING: Northwestern University; The Old Globe/USD: MFA in Acting. WEB: www.bendiskant.com.
  • Iago
    Jonno Roberts*
    STC: King Lear (Edmund). NEW YORK: Broadway: Take Me Out; Off-Broadway: Bug, Monster. REGIONAL: Kirk Douglas Theatre (LA): Race; The Old Globe: The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear; Goodman Theatre: Camino Real, King Lear; American Repertory Theater: Mother Courage, Richard II, Antigone; Intiman Theatre: A Streetcar Named Desire. INTERNATIONAL: performances throughout Europe, New Zealand, and Russia. FILM: The Elephant King. TELEVISION: Short Poppies (series regular, Netflix), Bones (recurring role), Person of Interest (recurring role), over 20 guest-star roles. TRAINING: Moscow Arts Theatre School: MA in Acting, Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.
  • Brabantio & Lodovico
    Rufus Collins*
    NEW YORK: Broadway: The Royal Family, To Be or Not To Be, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, An Ideal Husband, The Homecoming; Off-Broadway: The Quare Land, The Road to Damascus, The Seagull, Aristocrats, Orson’s Shadow, House and Garden. REGIONAL: Goodman Theatre: Venus in Fur; Sharon Playhouse: My Fair Lady; Philadelphia Theatre Company: Seminar; Humana Festival of New American Playwrights: Michael Von Siebenburg Melts Through the Floorboards; Long Wharf Theatre: The Old Masters; Williamstown Theatre Festival: The Autumn Garden, Dissonance; Huntington Theatre Company: The Real Thing; The Old Globe: In This Corner; Dinner with Friends, Hedda Gabler, Indian Ink, The Ruling Class, Macbeth. FILM: The Geezer, Wanted, Joshua, Milia. TELEVISION: Elementary, Mysteries of Laura, Forever, Mozart in the Jungle, Law & Order, All My Children, The Guiding Light, One Life to Live. TRAINING: Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
  • Othello
    Faran Tahir*
    NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Manhattan Theatre Club: Arabian Nights. REGIONAL: Goodman Theatre: Mirror of the Invisible World; American Repertory Theater: Macbeth, The LA Plays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Actors Theatre of Louisville: Beast on the Moon, Perfect Ganesh; Berkeley Repertory Theatre: Phaedo; Commonwealth Shakespeare Company: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. FILM: Mad Genius Project (upcoming), Space Command (upcoming), Elysium   (2013, with Matt Damon and Jodi Foster), Escape Plan   (2013, starring alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone), Star Trek  (2009), Iron Man   (2008, opposite Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow). TELEVISION: American Crime (ABC), Satisfaction, Dallas, Warehouse 1, Supergirl, Blacklist, Criminal Minds, Elementary, Supernatural, Lost, NYPD Blue, Grey’s Anatomy. OTHER: Credits include 20 films, over 75 television roles, and 50 theatre productions. AWARDS: Robert Prosky Award nomination for Best Actor for portrayal of Nirad Das in Studio Theatre’s east coast premiere of Indian Ink, Anokhi 2010 Male Actor of the Year, Canada’s 2010 Elite Asian Award, Voices of Courage and Conscience Award from the Muslim Public Affairs Council. TRAINING: Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.
  • Cassio
    Patrick Vaill*

    STC: Henry IV, Part 1 and 2, Henry V, Richard II, As You Like It, Mrs. Warren’s Profession. NEW YORK: Broadway: Lincoln Center Theater: Macbeth; Off-Broadway: Red Bull Theater: Edward II, Don’t Fuck With Love; Examined Man Theatre: When In Disgrace; York Theatre Company, Theater for the New City, New York International Fringe Festival, New York International Fringe Encores, The Brick Theater, and others. REGIONAL: Bard Summerscape: Oklahoma! (Jud, dir. Daniel Fish); Studio Tisch: Dexter & Llewellyn; Capital Repertory Theatre: Hamlet. FILM: Xmas in July. WEB: my life in sourdough. TRAINING: Bard College: BA; NYU Graduate Acting Program: MFA (Laura Pels Award for Acting).

  • The Duke of Venice
    Ted van Greithuysen*

    STC: Affiliated Artist; productions since 1987 include: Henry IV, Part 1 (Owen Glendower), Henry IV, Part 2 (Justice Shallow), The Winter’s Tale (Antigonus/Old Shepherd, mainstage, FFA), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Peter Quince), All’s Well That Ends Well (King of France), Strange Interlude (Henry Leeds), Mrs. Warren’s Profession (Mr. Praed), Twelfth Night (Malvolio), Major Barbara (Andrew Undershaft), Love’s Labor’s Lost (Holofernes, mainstage and RSC), Don Carlos (Philip II), King Lear (Lear), The Tempest (Prospero). NEW YORK: Broadway: Romulus, Inadmissible Evidence. REGIONAL: Folger Theatre: The Clandestine Marriage; Studio Theatre: The Steward of Christendom, Life of Galileo, Rock ‘n’ Roll, A Number, The Habit of Art, The Apple Family Plays. INTERNATIONAL: Battersea Arts Centre (London): Life of Galileo; Arcola Theatre (London): Broadway from the Shadows; Trafalgar Studios: Lovely and Misfit (Mr. Paradise). AWARDS: Seven Helen Hayes Awards; The Will Award; Drama Critics Award (NYC); Richard Bauer Award for Outstanding Contribution to Washington Theatre. INSTRUCTOR: Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel; Columbia University; University of South Carolina; Manchester Municipal University (U.K.).

  • A Senator
    Elan Zafir*

    STC: Salomé (2016 Helen Hayes nom). NEW YORK: New York International Fringe Festival: Leaf in the Mailbox (Best Ensemble Award); Riant Theatre: This Is Your Life; Wings Theater: Raft of the Medusa; Greenwich Street Theatre: Romeo and Juliet; Lookingglass Theatre Company: Cardboard Moon. REGIONAL: Ford’s Theatre: Ragtime (upcoming); The Welders/Atlas Performing Arts Center: Happiness (and other reasons to die); Rep Stage: Venus in Fur; Signature Theatre: Tender Napalm; Atlas Performing Arts Center: Ben & Lucille. TELEVISION: Mr. Roof (national), Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall (Investigation Discovery), The Making of the Mob (AMC), House of Cards (Netflix). OTHER (directing/playwriting): Ben & Lucille, Super Earth. Training: Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University.

  • A Senator
    Robbie Gay*

    NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Lincoln Center Theater with Psittacus Productions: A Tale Told by an Idiot. REGIONAL: Folger Theatre: Julius Caesar, The Gaming Table; Round House Theatre: Double Indemnity, Pride and Prejudice; Adventure Theatre MTC: A Little House Christmas, Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse; Theatre Raleigh: The 39 Steps, Barefoot in the Park, Sylvia; Farmers Alley Theatre: The 39 Steps; Cape Fear Regional Theatre: Rumors, A View from the Bridge, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Peter Pan; Jailbreak Theatre Company: The Mystery of Irma Vep; Palace Theatre: Greater Tuna; Temple Theatre: Hamlet; Old Creamery Theatre: The Nerd; Schoolhouse Theater: Funny Money; California Theatre Center: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, Most Valuable Player; The Lost Colony: Lost Colony. AWARDS: Two Helen Hayes nominations for Best TYA Show; Wilde Award nominations for Best Comedy and Best Ensemble. TRAINING: Academy for Classical Acting at GWU: MFA. WEB: robbiegay.net.

  • Desdemona
    Ryman Sneed*

    NEW YORK: Broadway: Skylight; Off-Broadway: Lincoln Center Theater: City of Conversation; Theatre Row: None of the Above.REGIONAL: The Old Globe: Death of a Salesman, The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Amadeus, Much Ado About Nothing, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, The Madness of King George III, The Winter’s Tale. TRAINING: University of San Diego/The Old Globe: MFA in Acting. WEB: Series: The Digressions.

  • Montan
    Gregory Linington*

    STC: The Tempest, Tartuffe, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.NEW YORK: Brooklyn Academy of Music: Throne of Blood; Joe’s Pub at The Public: The Unfortunates. REGIONAL: Round House Theatre: The Night Alive; Arena Stage: Equivocation; The Kennedy Center: Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter; Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles: Romeo and Juliet; Berkeley Repertory Theatre: Tartuffe;  South Coast Repertory: Tartuffe; Center Theatre Group: End of the Rainbow; 12-year Company Member of Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Love’s Labor’s Lost, Julius Caesar, Merchant of Venice, King Lear, The Tempest, Twelfth Night, The Cherry Orchard, Equivocation (World Premiere), Oedipus Complex (World Premiere). INTERNATIONAL: Five-year Company Member of Misery Loves Company (Prague, CZ): As You Like It, Cloud Nine, Angels in America, The Age of Reason (World Premiere). FILM: Innocent Sleep, Persuasion, Harrison’s Flowers. TELEVISION: Grey’s Anatomy, Shameless, Major Crimes, The West Wing. INSTRUCTOR: Southern Oregon University, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Los Angeles High School Shakespeare Project. TRAINING: The Groundlings, SITI Company at Skidmore College Summer Intensive (dir. Anne Bogart), Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts: Two-Year Actor Training Program. WEB: gregorylinington.com.

  • Emilia
    Merritt Janson*

    NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Theatre for a New Audience: Tamburlaine the Great, Notes from Underground; Transport Group: House for Sale; Abingdon Theatre: The Last Will; 59E59 Theaters: Built. REGIONAL: Yale Repertory Theatre: Autumn Sonata, Notes from Underground; American Repertory Theater: Paradise Lost, Britannicus, The Onion Cellar; La Jolla Playhouse: Notes from Underground, The Deception; Westport Country Playhouse: Broken Glass; Two River Theater: Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine; Shakespeare & Company: Othello, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, The Tempest, King Lear, A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Commonwealth Shakespeare Company: The Last Will; Denver Center Theatre: The Great Wall Story; Wilma Theater: Eurydice; Theatre de la Jeune Lune: The Deception; Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse: The English Channel. FILM: Otto + Anna, Mail Order Wife. TRAINING: American Repertory Theater at Harvard University: MFA.

  • Bianca
    Natascia Diaz*
    STC: Measure for Measure (Mariana). NEW YORK: Broadway: Man of La Mancha (Antonia, u/s Aldonza); Off-Broadway: The Public Theater: The Capeman (Esmeralda Agron, dir. Diane Paulus); By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (dir. Jo Bonney), Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Tick, Tick...BOOM! (Susan,  LA Ovation Award nomination). NATIONAL TOURS: West Side Story (Anita, Jeff Award Chicago, Kevin Kline Award St Louis). REGIONAL: Arena Stage: Agamemnon and his Daughters (Elektra); MetroStage: Savage In Limbo (Savage), Rooms (2009 Helen Hayes Award), Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (2013 Helen Hayes Award); Signature Theatre: West Side Story (Anita, 2016 Helen Hayes nom), Threepenny Opera (Jenny, 2014 Helen Hayes nom); The Kennedy Center: A Little Night Music (Petra); Carnival (Rosalie).  TELEVISION: Oz, Nurse Jackie, Law & Order: SVU, Damages. FILM: Every Little Step (self). WEB:? www.natasciadiaz.com.
  • Soldier
    David Baker
    REGIONAL: La Comedia: A Christmas Story (Ensemble); Scranton Fringe Festival: The Tempest (Caliban); The Huron Playhouse: West Side Story (Riff), Footloose (Ensemble). AWARDS: Partner for the 2015 National winner of the Irene Ryan Acting Competition. TRAINING: Bowling Green State University: BA in Communications with a focus in Musical Theatre.
  • Soldier
    Stephen Elrod
    NEW YORK: Off-Off Broadway: New Ohio Theatre: The Incredible Fox Sisters; Manhattan Repertory Theatre: Heaven Sent; The Barrow Group/New Light Theater Project: Co-Dependence Day. REGIONAL: South Coast Repertory/Rogue Artists Ensemble: Songs of Bilitis; Boston Center for American Performance: GoodMonster. TELEVISION: Discovery Channel, A&E, Travel Channel.
  • Soldier
    Jackson Knight Pierce

    REGIONAL: Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey: The Diary of Anne Frank, Titus Andronicus (Apprentice Program). TRAINING: The University of Michigan: BFA Acting.

  • Soldier
    Brian Reisman

    NEW YORK: Essential Theatre Group: Zurich, New York. REGIONAL: Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival: The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale, The Arabian Nights, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. TRAINING: Marymount Manhattan College: BA in Theatre Performance; The Studio/NY: Conservatory. WEB:
    www.Brian-Reisman.com

  • Othello Understudy
    J Paul Nichols*

    STC: Oedipus, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, The Duchess of Malfi, Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Little Foxes. NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Lincoln Center Theater: Blood and Gifts;59E59: Rosmersholm. REGIONAL: Gulfshore Playhouse: The Butcher;Various Philadelphia theatres: Winter’s Tale, Ciphers, The English Bride, Lidless, Scorched, Language Rooms, Johnny Has Gone For a Soldier; Alabama Shakespeare Festival: Cymbeline, Romeo and Juliet, The Count of Monte Cristo; Woolly Mammoth Theatre: Starving;Everyman Theatre: Yellowman;Olney Theatre Center: Stuff Happens; Geva Theatre Center: The Underpants;True Colors Theatre: Flyin’ West;Seattle Repertory Theatre: Beauty of the Father. FILM: Crossing Streets, The Fence, The Normals, Triptosane, Trigger Effect. TELEVISION: The Leftovers, Law & Order: SVU (Recurring as Attorney Linden Delroy), Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent. AWARDS: Barrymore Award for Best Ensemble in Scorched. TRAINING: Academy for Classical Acting at GWU: MFA.

The Artistic Team
  • Director
    Ron Daniels

    INTERNATIONAL: São Paulo, Brazil (co-translated into Portuguese by Ron Daniels): Macbeth, Measure for Measure, Colm Tóibín’s The Testament of Mary. OPERA: Opera Philadelphia: Charlie Parker’s Yardbird (which will also be seen next April at the Apollo Theatre); Cincinnati Opera: Ricky Ian Gordon’s Morning Star; Opera Theatre of St. Louis: La Bohème (upcoming); Santa Fe Opera: Don Giovanni (upcoming), Lucia di Lammermoor (upcoming, 2017); Michigan Opera Theatre: Carmen (revival, upcoming); Lyric Opera of Chicago: Charlie Parker’s Yardbird (revival, upcoming); Madison Opera: Charlie Parker’s Yardbird (revival, upcoming). OTHER: Honorary Associate Director of Royal Shakespeare Company, former Artistic Director of Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Other Place, former Associate Artistic Director of American Repertory Theater (Cambridge, Massachusetts).

  • Scenic Designer
    Riccardo Hernandez

    STC: Twelfth Night, Cymbeline, Henry VI (dir. Michael Kahn), Much Ado About Nothing. NEW YORK: Broadway: The Gin Game (sets and costumes), The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Tony Award Best Musical Revival), The People in the Picture, Tony Kushner’s Caroline, or Change (also at Royal National Theatre, 2007 Olivier Award and 2006 Evening Standard Awards for Best Musical), Topdog/Underdog (also at Royal Court), Elaine Stritch At Liberty (also at The Old Vic), Bring in ’da Noise, Bring in ’da Funk, The Tempest (dir. George C. Wolfe), Parade (dir. Hal Prince, Tony Award and Drama Desk nominations), Bells Are Ringing; Off-Broadway: Public Theater: Grounded (dir. Julie Taymor), The Library (dir. Steven Soderbergh), Mother Courage (starring Meryl Streep, dir. George C. Wolfe), Stuff Happens (dir. Dan Sullivan), One Flea Spare (dir. Ron Daniels), Blade to the Heat, Radiant Baby (Drama Desk nomination), The America Play; Brooklyn Academy of Music, Lincoln Center, Second Stage Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club, among others. REGIONAL: American Repertory Theater (collaborations with Janos Szasz, Arthur Nauzyciel, Robert Brustein, Ron Daniels, Diane Paulus), Guthrie Theater, Goodman Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Center Stage, Arena Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, McCarter Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre. INTERNATIONAL: Cour D’Honneur du Palais des Papes (Avignon Festival): La Mouette; Abbey Theatre (Dublin): The Dead; Théâtre du Châtelet (Paris), English National Opera at the Young Vic (London): The Lost Highway (dir. Diane Paulus); Theater an der Wien, Festival d’automne à Paris, National Theatre (Oslo), Det Norske Teatret, Singapore International Festival of Arts, Moscow Art Theatre, Teatro Real (Madrid). OPERA: LA Opera: Il Postino (sets and costumes, dir. Ron Daniels); San Francisco Opera: Appomattox (dir. Robert Woodruff, comp. Philip Glass, lib. by Christopher Hampton); Lyric Opera of Chicago, Santa Fe Opera, Houston Grand Opera, New York City Opera, Opera Theatre St. Louis, among others. INSTRUCTOR: SUNY Purchase, Princeton University. TRAINING: Yale School of Drama.

  • Costume Designer
    Emily Rebholz

    NEW YORK: Broadway: If/Then, Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike, Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson; The Roundabout: The Robber Bridegroom; Lincoln Center Theater: The Who and the What, Stop Hitting Yourself, Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike, Brokeology; Off-Broadway: The Public Theater (Shakespeare in the Park): The Tempest, Into the Woods; Signature Theatre: Our Lady of Kibeho; Second Stage: The Way We Get By, The Substance of Fire, The Last Five Years, The Bachelorette; Playwrights Horizons: Mr. Burns, The Call, The Shaggs, Philosophy of The World. NATIONAL TOURS: If/Then.  REGIONAL: La Jolla Playhouse in association with Yale Repertory Theatre: Indecent; Arena Stage: Dear Evan Hansen; The Goodman Theatre: Another Word for Beauty. OPERA: Santa Fe Opera: Don Giovanni (upcoming); Opera Theatre of St. Louis: La Bohème (upcoming), Pagliacci, Il Tabarro, Sweeney Todd; Opera Philadelphia: Charlie Parker’s Yardbird; Cincinnati Opera: Morning Star. TRAINING: Yale Drama School: MFA in Design; Northwestern University: BA in English.

  • Fight Director
    Robb Hunter
    STC: Salomé, As You like It, Measure for Measure, The Alchemist, The Winter’s Tale, Man of la Mancha (Asst. FD), Hamlet (Asst. FD). NEW YORK: Theatre Harlem: Love Child (world premiere); Black Spectrum Theatre: A Soldier’s Play; Chekhov Theatre Ensemble: Cyrano. REGIONAL: Arena Stage: King Hedley II, Ruined, Stick Fly (dir. Kenny Leon), Noises Off (dir. Jonathan Munby), Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (dir. David Muse), The Heidi Chronicles, and others; The Studio Theatre: Between Riverside and Crazy, Bad Jews, Belleville, Red Speedo (Helen Hayes nomination),The Motherf**ker with the Hat, Invisible Man, The Walworth Farce (Helen Hayes nomination), Superior Donuts, American Buffalo, Reasons to be Pretty, Legends, and others; Olney Theatre: The Piano Lesson, Bus Stop (dir. Austin Pendleton), Oliver, The Millionairess, Carousel, and others; Rep Stage, Washington Shakespeare, Baltimore Shakespeare, and others. OPERA: Washington National Opera: Carmen, Moby Dick, Hamlet, Don Giovanni; Regina Opera: Otello, Carmen, I Pagliacci. TELEVISION: Spin City (stunt double, Michael J. Fox); Panic 911 (Firearms Coordinator). AWARDS: Helen Hayes nomination for Outstanding Choreography: Red Speedo and The Walworth Farce; ACTF Certificate of Merit in Fight Direction for Ubu Roi (American University), Likhachev Foundation Cultural Fellowship to Russia. OTHER: Founder/CEO of Preferred Arms, Inc., Theatrical Weapons. INSTRUCTOR: American University: Artist in Residence. TRAINING: Virginia Commonwealth University: MFA Theatre Pedagogy; Certified Fight Director and Teacher for the Society of American Fight Directors.
  • Voice and Text Coach
    Gary Logan
    STC: The Tempest, The Importance of Being Earnest, Design for Living, The Way of the World, As You Like It, Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Enemy of the People. REGIONAL: Everyman Theatre: Outside Mullingar, Ruined, August: Osage County, Private Lives, Pygmalion, Our Town, Doubt, Soul Collector, Much Ado About Nothing, And a Nightingale Sang; Kennedy Center: Master Class (with Tyne Daly); Signature Theatre: Tender Napalm, Pride in the Falls of Autry Mill (with Christine Lahti), I Am My Own Wife; Arena Stage: Love in Afghanistan, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune; Studio Theatre: Tribes, The Real Thing, Venus in Fur, Frozen, Crestfall; Ford’s Theatre: Shenandoah (with Scott Bakula), State of the Union, A Christmas Carol; Folger: Henry V, Othello, Henry VIII, Much Ado About Nothing; Center Stage: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Fabulation; Chautauqua Theater Company: Henry V, Clybourne Park, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Winter’s Tale, The Just; Denver Center Theatre Company: Romeo and Juliet, Misalliance, Wit, The Winter’s Tale, Valley Song, The Tempest and over 50 others. INTERNATIONAL: The Royal Shakespeare Company and Denver Center Theatre Company: Tantalus (dir. Sir Peter Hall); Stratford Festival of Canada: Twelfth Night and The School for Scandal (with Brian Bedford), The Miser, The Night of the Iguana. AUTHOR: The Eloquent Shakespeare (University of Chicago Press).
  • Resident Casting Director
    Carter Wooddell
    STC: The Critic & The Real Inspector Hound, Kiss Me, Kate, Salomé, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Free For All), Tartuffe, Man of La Mancha, The Metromaniacs, The Tempest, As You Like It, The Winter’s Tale (Free For All), The Merry Wives of Windsor, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Much Ado About Nothing, The Merchant of Venice. Other Casting Experience (McCorkle Casting, Ltd.). NEW YORK: Broadway: Belasco Theatre: End of the Rainbow (dir: Terry Johnson), Booth Theatre: High (dir: Rob Ruggiero); Off-Broadway (partial): Barrow Street Theatre: Tribes (dir: David Cromer), Our Town (dir: David Cromer), The Acting Company, Marjorie S. Deane Little Theater: Freud’s Last Session (dir: Tyler Marchant), Cherry Lane Theatre: A Perfect Future (dir: Wilson Milam), SoHo Playhouse: The Irish Curse (dir: Matt Lenz), Beckett Theatre: An Error of the Moon (dir: Kim Weild); NYC Other: Lincoln Center Institute: Hamlet, Fly, Sheila’s Day. NATIONAL TOURS: The Acting Company, Riverdance. REGIONAL: Alley Theatre, Center Stage, Barrington Stage Company, The Broad Stage, Contemporary American Theater Festival, Crossroads Theatre Company, George Street Playhouse, The Guthrie Theater, Pittsburgh Public Theater, TheaterWorks Hartford. RADIO: BBC Radio: The Piano Lesson (dir: Claire Grove). TELEVISION: Sesame Workshop: The Electric Company,Pilot: 27 East. FILM: Columbia Pictures: Premium Rush (dir: David Koepp), Choice Films: Junction (dir: Tony Glazer).
  • Literary Manager
    Drew Lichtenberg
    STC: The Critic and The Real Inspector Hound, Kiss Me, Kate, Salomé, Tartuffe, Man of La Mancha, The Metromaniacs, The Tempest, As You Like It, Private Lives, Henry IV, Part 1 and 2, The Importance of Being Earnest, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Measure for Measure, Coriolanus, Wallenstein, Hughie, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Government Inspector, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Servant of Two Masters, Strange Interlude, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Much Ado About Nothing, The Heir Apparent. REGIONAL: STC/McCarter Theatre Center: The Winter’s Tale; Center Stage: Caroline, or Change, Cyrano, Around the World in 80 Days; Yale Repertory Theatre: Lulu (dir. Mark Lamos); Williamstown Theatre Festival: The Front Page, The Physicists, The Corn Is Green; New York Shakespeare Festival: Macbeth (dir. Moisés Kaufman); OTHER: Yale School of Drama: Tarell McCraney’s In the Red and Brown Water (U.S. premiere); TEACHING: Catholic University of America; Eugene Lang College at the New School. TRAINING: Yale School of Drama: MFA in Dramaturgy & Dramatic Criticism.
  • Assistant Director
    Craig Baldwin

    STC: The Critic and The Real Inspector Hound, Tartuffe, The Metromaniacs, The Tempest. NEW YORK: 59E59: C.O.A.L. (Confessions of a Liar); New York International Fringe Festival: Magic Kingdom, The More Loving One (Best Overall Production of a Play); Marymount Manhattan College: Columbinus; August Strindberg Rep Theatre: Mr. Bengt’s Wife; Atlantic Acting School: A Midsummer Night’s Dream; HERE Arts Center: Ingmar Bergman’s Persona; Classic Stage Company: MacB**h (workshop); Outhouse Theatre Co: Mercy Thieves (U.S. Premiere), The Boys (U.S. Premiere); Lincoln Center Theater Director’s Lab: MacB**h (workshop). REGIONAL: Opera House Arts: Antony and Cleopatra; SUNY Purchase College: The Miser. INTERNATIONAL: The Aliens by Annie Baker (Sydney Premiere). OTHER: Red Bull Theater (Associate Artistic Producer), Lincoln Center Theater Directors’ Lab (member). TRAINING: The Julliard School. WEB: www.craigbaldwin.net.

  • Production Stage Manager
    Cynthia Cahill*
    NEW YORK: Broadway: Passing Strange; Off-Broadway: Second Stage Theatre, The Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, Theatre for a New Audience. NATIONAL TOUR: Globe Theatre (London): King Lear;Kneehigh Theatre Company: Tristan & Yseult. REGIONAL: Berkeley Repertory Theatre (over 18 seasons): Notes From the Field, Doing Time in Education, a new work from Anna Deavere Smith, Sarah Ruhl’s Dear Elizabeth, Anna Deavere Smith’s Let Me Down Easy, The Wild Bride (dir. Emma Rice), Tristan & Yesult (dir. Emma Rice), Arabian Nights, The Glass Menagerie, among others; Arena Stage: Metamorphoses (dir. Mary Zimmerman), Arabian Nights (dir. Mary Zimmerman); Yale Repertory Theatre, Guthrie Theater, McCarter Theatre, Hartford Stage, Folger Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, The Broad Stage, Lookingglass Theatre Company. INTERNATIONAL: Kneehigh Theatre Company: Tristan & Yesult (stage manager replacement), Hello Hi There (production manager); OTHER (directing): If You Could See: The Alice Austen Story, Me and Mr. Jones: My intimate Relationship with David Bowie, Fête, Brides of the Moon, among others.
  • Assistant Stage Manager
    Maria Tejada*

    STC: Kiss Me, Kate (assistant stage manager),The Metromaniacs (production assistant), As You Like It (production assistant), The Winter’s Tale (Mainstage and Free For All, production assistant), Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2 (production assistant), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (production assistant), Much Ado About Nothing (Free For All, production assistant), Hughie (production assistant), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mainstage and Free For All, production assistant), All’s Well That Ends Well (Free For All, production assistant), The Merry Wives of Windsor (stage management intern), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (stage management intern), The Heir Apparent (stage management intern).REGIONAL: Spooky Action Theater: Jarry Inside Out; Sitar Arts Center: Hairspray; Abreact Theatre: La Ronde; Magenta Giraffe Theatre Company: Last of the Boys; Planet Ant Theatre: Salvage, Endangered. TRAINING: Grand Valley State University: BA in theatre and Spanish.

Lighting Designer
Christopher Akerlind
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Sound Designer/Composer
Fitz Patton
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Casting Director
Laura Stanczyk, CSA
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Head of Voice and Text
Ellen O’Brien
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Othello

Feb 23 - Apr 02

Sidney Harman HallBy William Shakespeare
Directed by Ron Daniels
Runtime: 2hr 40min with one intermissionAvailable Accessibility Performances
Othello is sponsored by the Artistic Leadership Fund. Additional Support from Dr. Paul and Mrs. Rose Carter and
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