“DAZZLINGLY WITTY…a tantalizing unsolved mystery.” –The Washington Post

“DARKLY DELICIOUS FUN…first-rate performances by [Lisa] Dwan and [Patrick] Kennedy.” –DC Metro Theater Arts

“LOVELY, CLEVER…[Jack Koenig and Patrick Ball play] with FIERCE poise.” –DC Theatre Scene

“Each moment is carefully orchestrated like a symphony under [Michael] Kahn’s baton.” –Two Hours Traffic

“Darkly SCANDALOUS and peculiarly humorous.” –TheatreBloom

Following the success of his 2011 production of Old Times, STC Artistic Director Michael Kahn (The Critic) returns to Harold Pinter’s gripping realm of doubt and disquiet to direct a double bill of short plays, considering how we construct our own realities, which truths we tell and which lies we choose to believe.

In The Collection, a jealous husband confronts a rival, whom his wife may or may not have met. In The Lover, a married couple calmly plans for their scheduled infidelities. In Pinter’s darkly comic world of revealing silences and pregnant pauses, the characters—and the audience—never know quite where they stand, embracing reality and fantasy with equal conviction.

All titles, artists and dates subject to change.

The Performers
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  • John/Bill
    Patrick Ball

    REGIONAL: Repertory Theatre of St. Louis: All My Sons; Triad Stage: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Illusion, Dial M for Murder, Fashionistas: A Narcissistic Love Story; Theatre Aspen: Sex with Strangers; Barrington Stage Company: Shining City; TheatreWorks Hartford: Sex with Strangers; Dangerous Grounds Productions: The Most Important Thing, Love, Solaris; Theatre Masters: The Logic, Celebration of Life, The House that Blew Down. TELEVISION: The Leftovers. FILM: Sugar!, Penelope, Cheerleader. TRAINING: University of North Carolina-Greensboro.

    * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

  • Sarah/Stella
    Lisa Dwan

    NEW YORK: Irish Repertory Theatre: Shining City (starring opposite Matthew Broderick); Lincoln Center: Beckett’s Text for Nothing (world premiere; original one-woman adaptation); Brooklyn Academy of Music: Beckett Trilogy: Not I/Footfalls/Rockaby. INTERNATIONAL: The Old Vic (London) / Abbey Theatre (Dublin): No’s Knife (world premiere; original one-woman adaptation); Abbey Theatre (Dublin):Anna Karenina (title role); London: Royal Court Theatre / West End / Barbican: Beckett Trilogy: Not I/Footfalls/Rockaby (also sold-out international tour); South Bank Centre: Beside the Sea (original one-woman adaptation); Barbican Theatre: Goran Bregovic’s Margot, Diary of an Unhappy Queen; Southwark Playhouse: The Journey Between Us; Bush Theatre: Ivan Viripaev’s Illusions  (dir. Ramin Gray); Royal Court Theatre / South Bank / BAC: Not I; Hay Festival / West End: Dear Bessie: Letters Live with Benedict Cumberbatch; Hay Festival (Wales): The Soldier’s Tale; Town Hall Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest (Irish tour); Andrews Lane Theatre (Dublin): The History of the World at 3am; Galway Arts Festival: As You Like It. FILM: Trust by Danny Boyle (currently filming), An Afterthought, Walt Disney’s Oliver TwistThe Tailor of Panama, Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain. TELEVISION: Ovid (BBC), Rock Rival’s (ITV), Big Bow Wow (RTÉ), Fair City (RTÉ), Mystic Knights (Fox). OTHER: An internationally celebrated performer of Beckett’s work, she writes and presents regularly on Beckett, theatre and culture; created and presented documentaries on Beckett and Dante for Sky Arts and the BBC. TEACHING: 2017­–2018 Artist-in-Residence at Columbia University; Fellow at New York University; has taught at Princeton, Oxford and Reading Universities.

    * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

  • Harry
    Jack Koenig

    STC:  Mandragola. NEW YORK: Broadway: Oslo, The Lion King, The Pitmen Painters, Accent on Youth; Off-Broadway: Tabletop (Drama Desk Award), Incident at Vichy, Marco Polo Sings a Solo, The Cocktail Party, The Grand Manner, Big Bill, Everett Beekin, Three Days of Rain, The American Plan, Not About Heroes. REGIONAL: Old Globe: A Doll’s House; Pioneer Theatre Company: Laughing Stock, A Christmas Story; Westport Country Playhouse: Rough Crossing, Battle of Angels; Virginia Stage: A Moon for the Misbegotten, Macbeth, The Importance of Being Earnest, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Geva Theatre Center; Peterborough Players; Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; others. FILM: National Treasure, I.Q., others. TELEVISION: Boardwalk Empire, Gotham, The Blacklist, Madoff, Forever, Unforgettable, Law & Order, Sex and the City, others. OTHER: Member of TACT.

    * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

  • James/Richard
    Patrick Kennedy

    INTERNATIONAL: Almeida Theatre: Oil; Noël Coward Theatre: Photograph 51; Royal Court Theatre: No Quarter; Shared Experience Tour: The Glass Menagerie; Plymouth Theatre Royal and Tour: Measure for Measure; National Theatre: Therese Raquin; Hampstead Theatre: Everything is Illuminated; Sheffield Lyceum / Albany Theatre: Suddenly Last Summer; Bristol Old Vic: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Les Liaisons Dangereuses; Southwark Playhouse: Maps of Desire. FILM: The Human Voice (wrote and directed), Peterloo, London Has Fallen, Mr. Holmes, November Man, War Horse, The Sophisticated Neanderthal Interview, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Ourhouse, The Last Station, Me and Orson Welles, Atonement, In Transit, A Good Year, Munich, The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Nine Lives. TELEVISION: The Collection, Churchill’s Secret, The Money, Downton Abbey, Murder on the Home Front, Boardwalk Empire, Peep Show, Parade’s End, Black Mirror, Married, Single, Other, The 39 Steps, Consuming Passions, Einstein and Eddington, The Somme, Bleak House, Inspector Linley Mysteries, Cambridge Spies.

    * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

The Artistic Team
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  • Director
    Michael Kahn

    STC: The Critic and The Real Inspector Hound; The Metromaniacs; Henry IV, Part 1 and 2; Wallenstein; The Government Inspector; Strange Interlude; The Heir Apparent; Old Times; All’s Well That Ends Well; The Liar; Richard II; The Alchemist; Design for Living; The Way of the World; Antony and Cleopatra (2008); Tamburlaine; Hamlet (2007); Richard III (2007); The Beaux’ Stratagem; Love’s Labor’s Lost; Othello; Lorenzaccio; Macbeth (2004); Cyrano; Five by Tenn (at the Kennedy Center); The Silent Woman; The Winter’s Tale (2002); The Duchess of Malfi; The Oedipus Plays; Hedda Gabler; Don Carlos; Timon of Athens; Camino Real; Coriolanus; King Lear (1999); The Merchant of Venice; King John; A Woman of No Importance; Sweet Bird of Youth; Peer Gynt; Mourning Becomes Electra; Henry VI; Volpone; Henry V; Henry IV; The Doctor’s Dilemma; Richard II; Much Ado About Nothing (also at McCarter Theatre Center); Mother Courage and Her Children; Hamlet; Measure for Measure; King Lear (1991); Richard III (1990); The Merry Wives of Windsor; Twelfth Night; As You Like It; Antony and Cleopatra (1988); Macbeth (1988); All’s Well That Ends Well; The Winter’s Tale (1987); Romeo and Juliet. NEW YORK: Broadway: Show Boat (Tony® nomination), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Whodunnit, Night of the Tribades, Death of Bessie Smith, Here’s Where I Belong, Othello, Henry V; Off-Broadway: Classic Stage Company: The Liar; Manhattan Theatre Club: Five by Tenn, Sleep Deprivation Chamber, Funnyhouse of a Negro, The Rimers of Eldritch, Three by Thornton Wilder, A Month in the Country, Hedda Gabler, The Señorita from Tacna, Ten by Tennessee; New York Shakespeare Festival: Measure for Measure (Saturday Review Award). The Acting Company: Artistic Director, 1978–1988. TEACHING: Richard Rodgers Director of Juilliard Drama Division July 1992–May 2006, faculty member 1967–; Shakespeare Theatre Company Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University. Previously: New York University; Circle in the Square Theatre School; Princeton University; British American Drama Academy; founder of Chautauqua Theatre Conservatory. REGIONAL: Arena Stage: A Touch of the Poet; Signature Theatre: Pride in the Falls of Autrey Mill, Otabenga; Studio Theatre: Cloud 9, Torch Song Trilogy; Guthrie Theater: The Critic and The Real Inspector Hound, The Duchess of Malfi; American Repertory Theatre: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore; The Old Globe: The Metromaniacs; American Shakespeare Theatre: Artistic Director for 10 years, more than 20 productions; McCarter Theatre Center: Artistic Director for five seasons, including Beyond the Horizon, filmed for PBS; Chautauqua Theatre: Artistic Director, including The Glass Menagerie with Tom Hulce; Goodman Theatre: Old Times (MacArthur Award), The Tooth of Crime (Jefferson nomination); Ford’s Theatre: Eleanor. OPERA: Roméo et Juliette for Dallas Opera; Vanessa for the New York City Opera (2007); Lysistrata or The Nude Goddess for Houston Grand Opera and New York City Opera; Vanessa for Washington Opera and Dallas Opera; Show Boat for Houston Grand Opera; Carmen for Houston and Washington Operas; Carousel for Miami Opera; Julius Caesar for San Francisco Spring Opera. INTERNATIONAL: Love’s Labor’s Lost at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Complete Works Festival; The Oedipus Plays at the Athens Festival; Five by Tenn for The Acting Company’s tour of Eastern Europe; Show Boat for the National Cultural Center Opera House in Cairo; The White Devil for the Adelaide Festival. BOARD MEMBERSHIPS: Theatre Communications Group; New York State Council on the Arts; D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities; National Endowment for the Arts; Opera America’s 80s and Beyond. AWARDS: Commander of the Order of the British Empire (C.B.E.); Theater Hall of Fame; seven Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Director; 2016 Theatre Communications Group Theatre Practitioner Award; 2011 CAGLCC Excellence in Business Award; 2010 WAPAVA Richard Bauer Award; 2007 Mayor’s Arts Award Special Recognition for Shakespeare in Washington; 2007 Stephen and Christine Schwarzman Award for Excellence in Theatre; 2007 Sir John Gielgud Award for Excellence in the Dramatic Arts; 2005 Person of the Year from the National Theatre Conference; 2004 Shakespeare Society Medal; 2002 William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre; 2002 Distinguished Washingtonian Award from The University Club; 2002 GLAAD Capitol Award; 1997 Mayor’s Arts Award for Excellence in an Artistic Discipline; 1996 Opera Music Theater International’s Bravo Award; 1990 First Annual Shakespeare’s Globe Award; 1989 Washingtonian Magazine Washingtonian of the Year; 1989 Washington Post Award for Distinguished Community Service; 1988 John Houseman Award. HONORARY DOCTORATES: University of South Carolina; Kean College; The Juilliard School; The American University.

  • Scenic Designer
    Debra Booth

    REGIONAL: Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville: This Beautiful City; Children's Theatre Company: Lost Boys of the Sudan; Milwaukee Repertory Theater: I Just Stopped By to See the Man; Studio Theatre: Hambone, Privates on Parade, The Shape of Things, Far Away, A Number, Caroline or Change, Fat Pig, Russian National Postal Service, This Beautiful City, Road to Mecca, Blackbird, Afterplay, Moonlight, Adding Machine: A Musical, Reasons to Be Pretty, Circle Mirror Transformation; Geva Theatre: Rough Crossing, Famous Orpheus; WPA Theatre: Spread Eagle; Hartford Stage: Marisol; New York Shakespeare Festival: Marisol; Portland Stage: The Illusion, The Baltimore Waltz, Happy Days, My Children My Africa; The Juilliard School: Angels in America, Part 1; Berkshire Theatre Festival: Game of Love and Chance; Philadelphia Theatre Company: Broken Glass; Yale Repertory Theatre: Moon for the Misbegotten; Actors Studio: Salomé, Oedipus. OPERA: Marco Polo (world premiere, comp. Tan Dun, dir. Martha Clarke, commissioned by the Edinburgh Festival and toured internationally); The Hindenburg (world premiere, comp. Steve Reich, dir. Roman Paska, European and U.S. tour); Skylight Opera Theatre: Pelléas and Mélisande. AWARDS: Recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Set Design Fellowship; Helen Hayes Nomination; Barrymore Award Nomination. OTHER: Director of Design at Studio Theatre. TRAINING: Yale School of Drama.

  • Costume Designer
    Ms. Jane Greenwood

    STC: Strange Interlude, The Way of the World, Mourning Becomes Electra, The Winter’s Tale. NEW YORK: Broadway: Over 125 productions including The Little Foxes; Tartuffe; Sylvia; Old Money; Mourning Becomes Electra; The Ballad of the Sad Café. FILM: Arthur, Glengarry Glen Ross, Can’t Stop the Music. AWARDS: 21 Tony nominations; Lifetime Achievement Tony; Tony Award for Best Costume Design of a Play and Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Costume Design of a Play (The Little Foxes, 2017); Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award; Lucille Lortel Award (Sylvia and Old Money); Maharam/Henry Hewes Design Award (Tartuffe); Helen Hayes Award (Mourning Becomes Electra); inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame in 2003. TEACHING: Yale School of Drama: Professor of Design. TRAINING: Central School of Arts and Crafts (London, England); began her career at Oxford Playhouse.

  • Lighting Designer
    Mary Louise Geiger

    NEW YORK: Broadway: Roundabout Theatre Company / American Airlines Theatre: The Constant Wife; Off-Broadway: The Acting Company tour / New Victory Theatre: X and Julius Caesar; Classic Stage Company: The Liar; New York Theatre Workshop: Nat Turner in Jerusalem, Forever, Oedipus at Palm Springs; Duke Theatre: My Mother Has 4 Noses; 59E59: Bauer; Primary Stages: The Morini Strad, Olive and the Bitter Herbs, Buffalo Gal; Atlantic Theatre Company: Good Television, The New York Idea; Playwrights Horizons: Kindness, Blue Door, The Busy World Is Hushed; Mabou Mines: Finn, Mabou Mine’s Dollhouse, RedBeads; BAM Next Wave Festival: Violet Fire. REGIONAL: Studio Theatre: Chimerica, Invisible Man, Time Stands Still; ACT Theatre; Alley Theatre; Actors Theatre of Louisville; Asolo Repertory Theatre; Berkeley Repertory Theatre; Center Theatre Group; Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Geva Theatre Center; Guthrie Theatre; Indiana Repertory Theatre; Intiman Theatre; Seattle Repertory Theatre; Portland Center Stage; Portland Stage Company; Virginia Stage Company; Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; Pioneer Theatre; Playmakers Repertory Company; Seattle Repertory Theatre; L.A. Opera; Philadelphia Orchestra. Upcoming: Cleveland Playhouse: Diary of Anne Frank; Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre / Milwaukee Rep / Goodman Theatre: Until the Flood; Arizona Theatre Company: Man of La Mancha. AWARDS: Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Lighting Design (Invisible Man). TEACHING: NYU Tisch School of the Arts. TRAINING: Yale School of Drama.

  • Sound Designer
    Ms. Veronica Lancaster

    REGIONAL: Baltimore Center Stage: That Face; Metro Stage: Uprising, Anne & Emmett (original production and tour); Theater J: Boged: An Enemy of the People; Georgetown University: Noura: A Reimagining of Ibsen's A Doll's HouseSlow Falling BirdOn the Origin of SpeciesA Civil War Christmas, Far Away; Rorschach Theatre: Neverwhere, Glassheart, Kit Marlowe; WSC Avant Bard: Friendship BetrayedOrlando, Night & Day; University of Maryland: Love and Information, The Schooling of Bento Bonchev; Celebration Theatre: Take Me Out, [title of show]Women Behind BarsF*cking Men (asst. sound designer); Studio Theatre: Sucker Punch (asst. sound designer); Pasadena Playhouse: The Lady With All The Answers (asst. sound designer); Kirk Douglas Theatre: Venice (asst. projection designer). TRAINING: University of California, Los Angeles School of Theater, Film, and Television: MFA in Entertainment Sound. Design. OTHER: Rorschach Theatre company member. WEB: RoniLancaster.com.

  • Casting Director
    Carter C. Wooddell

    STC: Othello (FFA); The School for Lies; Macbeth; King Charles III; The Secret Garden; Romeo & Juliet; The Tempest (FFA);The Taming of the Shrew; 1984 (children); Othello; The Critic and The Real Inspector Hound; Kiss Me, Kate; Salomé; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (FFA); Tartuffe; Dunsinane (supernumerary); Man of La Mancha; The Metromaniacs (STC and Old Globe); The Tempest; As You Like It; The Winter’s Tale (FFA); The Merry Wives of Windsor; Two Gentlemen of Verona; Much Ado About Nothing; The Merchant of Venice; ReDiscovery Reading Series. Other Casting Experience (McCorkle Casting, Ltd.): NEW YORK: Broadway: End of the Rainbow, High; Off-Broadway (partial): Tribes, Our Town, The Acting Company, Freud’s Last Session, A Perfect Future, The Irish Curse, An Error of the Moon; 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, Guthrie Theater, Pittsburgh Public Theater, TheaterWorks Hartford. RADIO: BBC Radio: The Piano Lesson. TELEVISION: Sesame Workshop: The Electric Company, Pilot: 27 East. FILM: Premium Rush (Columbia Pictures), Junction (Choice Films). TEACHING: Guest Lecturer at Rutgers University, BFA and MFA acting students.

  • Head of Voice and Text
    Lisa Beley

    STC: Othello (2017 Free For All); The School for Lies; Macbeth, King Charles III ; ACA: A Midsummer Night's Dream; Coriolanus. INTERNATIONAL: Vancouver, Canada: Rumble Theatre: Indian Arm; Vancouver Playhouse: The Music Man; Dorothy Somerset Studio: The Glass Menagerie, The Cherry Orchard; SFU Theatre: Laurier; Tooba Theatre: Twelfth Night; UBC Theatre: The House of Atreus, Arcadia; York University: Our Country’s Good. FILM: Dialect, voice or text: Warcraft, Horns, Firewall, Monster Trucks, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Suckerpunch, The Watchman, Hidden, Apollo 18, The Uninvited, Hot Rod, Pirates of the Caribbean 3, Elektra. TELEVISION: Dialect: Tin Star, Bates Motel, The Wilding, The 100, Alcatraz, Rogue, Red Widow, The Secret Circle, Heavenly, The River, Human Target, The Good Wife, Inseparable, Cooking Lessons, Just Cause. OTHER: Acting: theatre, film and voice-overs; Directing: The Bay at Nice, Agamemnon. TEACHING: STC’s Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University: Voice, Speech and Text Instructor; Canada’s National Voice Intensive: Voice, Speech and Text Instructor. TRAINING: York University: MFA in Acting, Voice Teacher’s Diploma; University of British Columbia: BFA in Acting.

  • Production Stage Manager
    Joseph Smelser

    STC: 25 productions including The School for Lies; The Secret Garden (also at 5th Avenue Theatre); The Critic and The Real Inspector Hound (also at Guthrie Theater); Kiss Me, Kate; Man of La Mancha; The Tempest (Mainstage, 2016 Free For All); A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mainstage, 2015 Free For All); Strange Interlude; All’s Well That Ends Well. REGIONAL: Arena Stage: Let Me Down Easy; Seattle Repertory Theatre: An Ideal Husband, A Doll’s House, Play On!, As You Like It, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peter Brook’s The Tragedy of Hamlet, Golden Child, Don Juan, Purgatorio, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (with Lily Tomlin); American Conservatory Theater: The Rivals, The Circle, The Government Inspector, Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo, Vigil; Berkeley Repertory Theatre: Journey to the West, An Almost Holy Picture, Having Our Say; Regional Tour: Let Me Down Easy and Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (both with Anna Deavere Smith). TRAINING: Oberlin College: BA.

    * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

  • Stage Manger
    Kristy Matero

    STC: The Lover and The Collection, The Secret Garden, The Tempest. REGIONAL: Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company: Women Laughing Alone with Salad, Marie Antoinette, Stupid F***ing Bird, Appropriate, The Convert, K of D, Full Circle, Antebellum, Boom, Maria/Stuart, How Theatre Failed America and If You See Something Say Something (with Mike Daisey), Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (with The Neofuturists); Signature Theatre: God Of Carnage, And The Curtain Rises; Kennedy Center: Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Seven Guitars, Jitney, The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg; Pig Iron Theatre Company: Hell Meets Henry Halfway, Welcome to Yuba City; Milwaukee Repertory Theater: To Kill A Mockingbird, Lombardi; Scena Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest; Theatre Alliance: Ambition Facing West, White Rabbit Red Rabbit; Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival: Two Gentlemen of Verona. OPERA: Washington National Opera: The Ring Cycle, Champion, Madame Butterfly, La Cenerentola, Dialogues of the Carmelites, The Magic Flute, Moby Dick, Anna Bolena; Bard Summerscape: Dimitrij, Iris, The Wreckers; Spoleto Festival USA: Flora or Hob in The Well, Louise, Amistad, Faustus, The Last Night, Don Giovanni. OTHER: Member of Actors’ Equity Association, American Guild of Musical Artists.

    * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

  • Assistant Stage Manager
    Rebecca Shipman

    STC: Othello (2017 Free For All); Production Assistant: Macbeth; King Charles III; The Secret Garden; Romeo & Juliet; The Taming of the Shrew; Othello; Kiss Me, Kate; Salomé; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2015 Free For All);Stage Management Fellow: The Winter’s Tale (2014 Free For All), As You Like It, The Metromaniacs, Man of La Mancha. REGIONAL: Shakespeare Santa Cruz: Henry V, Honk!, It’s a Wonderful Life Radio Play, Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors;Jewel Theatre Company: One for the Road & The Lover. TRAINING: University of California Santa Cruz: BA in Theater Arts.

    * Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

  • Assistant Director
    Craig Baldwin

    STC: The School for Lies, The Tempest (2016 Free For All), The Taming of the Shrew, Othello, 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 (FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award: Best Overall Production/ 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: 5th Avenue Theatre: The Secret Garden; Opera House Arts: Antony and Cleopatra; SUNY Purchase College: The Miser. INTERNATIONAL: The Aliens by Annie Baker (Sydney Premiere); 4 Minutes, 12 Seconds (Australian Premiere). OTHER: Producer, Red Bull Theater, Short New Play Festival; Lincoln Center Theater Directors’ Lab (Member). TRAINING: The Julliard School. WEB: CraigBaldwin.net.

  • Literary Manager/Dramaturg
    Drew Lichtenberg

    STC: The School for Lies; Macbeth; King Charles III; The Secret Garden; Romeo & Juliet; The Taming of the Shrew; Othello; 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). INTERNATIONAL: National Theatre: Salomé, Les Blancs (dir. Yaël Farber). 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.

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The Lover and The Collection

Sep 26 - Oct 29

Lansburgh TheatreBy Harold Pinter
Directed by Michael Kahn
Run time: about 2 hours and 20 minutes including 1 intermission.

This production includes electronic, herbal and tobacco cigarette smoke.

The Lover and The Collection are sponsored by the Robert and Arlene Kogod Family Foundation.

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