Stranded on the coast of Illyria, the quick-witted Viola assumes the disguise of a page boy for Duke Orsino and finds herself at the center of an explosive love triangle in which identity, passion and gender all threaten to come undone. Bursting with vitality and romance, Twelfth Night gives us one of Shakespeare’s most remarkable heroines matching wits with a host of captivating characters—from the love-struck Olivia to the puritanical Malvolio.

D.C. favorite Ethan McSweeny (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest) brings his expressive visual style to this topsy-turvy dream world of poetry, music and mirth.


All titles, artists and dates subject to change.

The Performers
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  • Viola
    Ms. Antoinette Robinson

    STC: Twelfth Night (Viola), NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: New York Classical Theatre As You Like It; The Queens Company Sir Patient Fancy, The Winter's Tale, Taming of The Shrew. REGIONAL: Folger Theatre: As You Like It, Timon of Athens; Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It, Our Town, Measure for Measure; Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival: Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet. Seattle Children's Theatre: Edge of Peace. Guthrie: Time Sensitive. Hyde Park Theatre: Mr. Marmalade, Spirits to Enforce, The Motherf*cker with the Hat. Esperance Theatre Company: Becoming Something. FILM: Ol' Daddy, 9 Actors, Consumed. AWARDS: B. Iden Payne Nomination Best Actress for Lucy in Mr. Marmalade, B. Iden Payne Award Best Ensemble in Spirits to Enforce. TRAINING: University of Texas at Austin: MFA in Acting. Texas A&M- Corpus Christi: BA in Directing and Acting. WEB: Series: The Great Black Way. 

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

  • Orsino
    Bhavesh Patel

    NEW YORK: Broadway: Present Laughter (Roland Maule); Lincoln Center Theatre: War Horse (Tony Award for Best Play), Haydn’s Seven Last Words (collaboration with TACT); Other New York Theater: Public Theatre: Shakespeare in the Park: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Duke Theseus); Second Stage; Roundabout Theater; Classic Stage Company; New York Shakespeare Society; Red Bull Theater; New York Theatre Workshop. REGIONAL: Guthrie Theater; St. Louis Repertory Theater; Alliance Theatre; Pittsburgh Public Theatre; Berkshire Theatre Festival; Merrimack Rep; Chautauqua Theatre Company; St. Louis Shakespeare Festival; The O’Neil Theatre Institute. TELEVISION: Mysteries of Laura, The Good Wife, Elementary, Hostages, Blue Bloods, Believe, Made in Jersey, Person of Interest, Deception, White Collar, Damages, Gossip Girl, Lipstick Jungle. FILM: Gold, Wilding, 2 Days in New York, James White, Maiden Heist, The Weekend. EDUCATION: NYU’s Graduate Acting Program: MFA; Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

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

  • Olivia
    Ms. Hannah Yelland

    STC: The Winter’s Tale (mainstage and 2014 Free For All), Brief Encounter (2015 Helen Hayes Award for Best Visiting Production). NEW YORK: Broadway: Brief Encounter (Laura; Tony Award nomination, Best Leading Actress 2011). REGIONAL: Arena Stage: Intelligence (Valerie Plame Wilson); Studio Theatre: Moment; McCarter Theatre Center: The Winter’s Tale; A.C.T./Guthrie Theater/St. Ann’s Warehouse/Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Los Angeles: Brief Encounter; Spoleto Festival 2014: My Cousin Rachel. INTERNATIONAL: West End/Chichester Festival Theatre/U.K. Tour/Toronto: The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Kate Nickleby); West End (London): Daisy Pulls it Off (Daisy); Gate Theatre (Dublin): My Cousin Rachel (Rachel); Abbey Theatre (Dublin): A Doll’s House (Nora). UK TOURING: Brief EncounterMrs. Warren’s Profession (dir. Sir Peter Hall); French Without TearsBedroom FarceThe Linden Tree. FILM: Method, AKA. TELEVISION: Modern Love, Catherine Cookson’s The SecretDinotopiaPoirot: Lord Edgware DiesA Touch of FrostThe SecretAhead of the ClassMicawberUltimate ForceDalziel and PascoeThe ProjectHolby City. EDUCATION: Cambridge University, England. WEB:

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

  • Maria
    Emily Townley

    REGIONAL: Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company: HIR (upcoming), The Totalitarians, A Bright New Boise, Detroit, The House of Gold, Maria/Stuart, Spain, Wonder of the World, Fuddy Meers, Watbanaland; Studio Theatre: Between Riverside and Crazy, Laugh, Rock n' Roll, Skin Tight, The Bright and Bold Design; Folger Theatre: The Tempest, The Gaming Table; Olney Theatre: Bad Dog; Signature Theatre: The Mystery of Love and Sex; Gulfshore Playhouse: The Game's Afoot, All My Sons; Rep Stage: The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?; Washington Stage Guild: Pen, Tryst. AWARDS: Helen Hayes Outstanding Lead Actress Nominee for The Totalitarians, Helen Hayes Best Ensemble Nominee for Bad Dog. OTHER: Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Company Member.

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

  • Sir Andrew Aguecheek
    Jim Lichtscheidl

    NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: St. Ann’s Warehouse: Nice Fish (with Mark Rylance). REGIONAL: over 30 productions at the Guthrie Theater including Arms and the Man, Peer Gynt, Two Gentleman of Verona, The Pirates of Penzance, The 39 Steps, Side Man, Amadeus; Actors Theater of Louisville: Love’s Labours Lost; Portland Center Stage: The Santaland Diaries; Berkeley Repertory Theater: The Miser; American Repertory Theater: Nice Fish; American Conservatory Theater: Mr. Burns, a post-electric play;INTERNATIONAL: Harold Pinter Theater: Nice Fish (London); Tricycle Theatre: Tiny Kushner (London). FILM: A Serious Man, Best Man Down, Factotum, Hap and Ashley (upcoming).TELEVISION: In An Instant (ABC). AWARDS: Ivey Award in 2013, 2008, 2006; 2012 Best Comic Performer—StarTribune. TEACHING: University of Minnesota, Guthrie Training Program: Improvisation and Movement.

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

  • Sir Toby Belch
    Bruce Dow

    Shakespeare Theatre Company: Pseudolus, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (Helen Hayes Nomination); Nick Bottom, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Studio Theatre: “F” in Mike Bartlett’s COCK.  Broadway: Jesus Christ Superstar, The Music Man, Anything Goes, Jane Eyre. Stratford Festival (selected): The Tempest, starring Academy Award Winner® Christopher Plummer; The Comedy of Errors, Cabaret, Into The Woods, Guys and Dolls, The Merchant of Venice. Awards:  2 Dora Mavor Moore Awards (Toronto), Best Actor and Best Actor Musical. Toronto Theatre Critics Association Award, Best Actor; My Theatre Award, Best Ensemble, Sextet by Morris Panych. Director: The Grand Theatre; The National Arts Centre; Festival Players of Prince Edward County, and commercially in Toronto.  Bruce’s CD “Keepin’ Out Of Mischief” is available on iTunes.  @DowBruce,

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

  • Malvolio
    Derek Smith

    STC: Affiliated Artist; As You Like It; The Government Inspector; Much Ado About Nothing (mainstage, FFA); The Merchant of Venice; Romeo and Juliet; The Doctor’s Dilemma; Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2 (Helen Hayes Award nomination); The School for Scandal; The Witch Of Edmonton. NEW YORK: Broadway: The Green Bird (Tony nomination), The Government Inspector, Timon of Athens, Jackie: An American Life, Ring Round the Moon, Getting and Spending, several years as Scar in The Lion King; Off-Broadway: The School for Scandal, 'Tis Pity She's A Whore, Incident At Vichy, Dance of Death, The Witch of Edmonton, Sylvia (Drama League, Los Angeles Ovation awards), King John (2000 Derwint award), Dark Rapture, Cruise Control, Ten By Tennessee, The Green Bird (Obie award), The Witch of Edmonton (Calloway Award). REGIONAL: McCarter Theatre Center: The Figaro Plays; Several productions at American Repertory Theater; Center Stage; The Old Globe; Dallas Theater Center; Coconut Grove Playhouse; Pittsburgh Public Theater; La Jolla Playhouse; Alley Theatre; Portland Stage Co. FILM: Advice from a Caterpillar, The Stand-In, Jungle to Jungle, Internal Affairs, The Jew of Malta (currently at film festivals). TELEVISION: The Good Wife, The Equalizer, Another World, Ryan’s Hope. TRAINING: Juilliard. Member of The Acting Company.

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

  • Feste
    Heath Saunders

    NEW YORK: Broadway: The Great Comet of 1812; Off-Broadway: Union Square Theatre: Lennon: Through a Glass Onion; NYCC Encores: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. REGIONAL: American Repertory Theater: The Great Comet; Denver Center: The 12; 5th Avenue Theatre: Spamalot, Rent, Hairspray, Pirates of Penzance; Seattle Children’s Theatre: James and the Giant Peach. OTHER: Award-winning composer-lyricist for Newton’s Cradle; spends his free time creating weird tunes with his computer. WEB:; @feeltheheath.

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

  • Antonio
    David Bishins

    STC: Othello (2017 Free For All), Macbeth, The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale (Free For All). NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Clurman Theatre: The Glass House; SPF at The Public: We Declare You a Terrorist; TACT: Incident at Vichy; Lortel Theatre: Catch-22, Boys in the Band; Second Stage: Sympathetic Magic; Tectonic Theater Project: The Nest; WPA: Boys in the Band; CSC: Tower of Evil. REGIONAL: Mark Taper Forum/Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company: Appropriate; Barrington Stage: Much Ado about Nothing; Old Globe: Brighton Beach Memoirs / Broadway Bound, Life of Riley; Intiman Theatre: To Kill a Mockingbird; Long Wharf Theatre: A Month in the Country, Rag and Bone; Vermont Stage: True West; Wilma Theater: Arcadia; Pittsburgh Public: The Dybbuk; Hartford Stage: Reckless. FILM: A Cure for Wellness, SALT, The Adjustment Bureau, Henry’s Crime, Sorry, Haters!, The War Within, The Magic Helmet. TELEVISION: House of Cards, Homeland, Blue Bloods, Fringe, Babylon Fields (pilot), the Law & Order canon. TRAINING: The Juilliard School.

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

  • Sebastian
    Paul Deo, Jr.

    NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Public Theater: Troilus & Cressida. REGIONAL: Baltimore Center Stage: Les Liaisons Dangereuses. TRAINING: NYU - Tisch: MFA in Acting; Wesleyan University: BFA in Acting.

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

  • Ensemble
    Maggie Thompson

    NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: HERE Arts Center: Hedda; REGIONAL: Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Julius Caesar, The Merchant of Venice; Theater at Monmouth: Othello, The Learned Ladies, Red Velvet. FILM: Broad Shoulders. TRAINING: Ithaca College: BFA in Acting. WEB:

    + Shakespeare Theatre Company Acting Fellow.

  • Ensemble
    Jeff Allen Young

    TRAINING: Western Illinois University: MFA in Acting; Southwest Baptist University: BA in Acting.

    + Shakespeare Theatre Company Acting Fellow.

  • Ensemble
    Jack Henry Doyle

    REGIONAL: First Person: How to Field Dress an Android; For Love & Duty Players: The Winter’s Tale; Cradle Theatre Company: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Measure for Measure, Henry V, Romeo and Juliet, Love’s Labor’s Lost.  TRAINING: Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts: BFA in Acting.

    + Shakespeare Theatre Company Acting Fellow.

  • Ensemble
    Tyler Bowman

    REGIONAL: Kennedy Center: Lost in the Stars; Arena Stage: Watch on the Rhine (with Marsha Mason); Signature Theatre: Freaky Friday (Disney world premiere). FILM: Shepherd (SpookyFest DC, Grosteque-O-Vision Brazil, and Boston Underground Film Festival). TELEVISION: Let’s Move (with Michelle Obama). TRAINING: Workshops with Linda Townsend and L.A. director Tom Logan.

  • Ensemble
    Chelsea Mayo

    STC: King Charles III (u/s), Tartuffe (u/s), The Importance of Being Earnest (u/s). REGIONAL: Prince George’s Shakespeare in the Parks: As You Like It; Quotidian Theatre Company: Doubt; Colonial Williamsburg: Twelfth Night; Chesapeake Shakespeare Company: Richard II, The Merchant of Venice. TRAINING: Vanderbilt University: BA in Theatre and French. WEB:

    + Shakespeare Theatre Company Acting Fellow.

  • Ensemble
    Koral Kent

    STC: The Secret Garden (U/S Mary Lennox), 1984. REGIONAL: Twin Beach Players: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Babes in Toyland, A Christmas Carol. TELEVISION: Commercials: Duke Healthcare, Children's National Medical Center, United States Postal Service. TRAINING: Meghan Nicholson's  Music Studio; Calvert School of Dance; Linda Townsend Management.

  • Ensemble
    Matt Deitchman

    REGIONAL: Chicago Shakespeare Theatre: Tug Of War, Road Show, Murder For Two, Seussical, Shrek, Madagascar; Writers Theatre: Trevor, Parade, The Hunter and the Bear; Marriott Theatre-Lincolnshire: She Loves Me, Spring Awakening, October Sky; Paramount Theatre: Sweeney Todd, The Who’s Tommy; Asolo Repertory Theatre: HERO; The Hypocrites: Adding Machine, Into The Woods; Chicago Children’s Theatre: Wonderland; Door Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet; Griffin Theatre: Ragtime, Spelling Bee. TEACHING: Northwestern University: Vocal Coach. TRAINING: Northwestern University: BS in Theatre & Musical Theatre. WEB:

The Artistic Team
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  • Director
    Ethan McSweeny

    STC: Affiliated Artist; The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2015 Free For All and 2016 Macao Arts Festival), Much Ado About Nothing (2013 Free For All), The Merchant of Venice, Ion, Major Barbara, The Persians; Harman Center Opening Gala; Associate Director 1993–1997. NEW YORK:
    Broadway: John Grisham’s A Time to Kill, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man (Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards, Tony Award nomination); Off-Broadway: John Logan’s Never the Sinner (Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards); Playwrights Horizons: 100 Saints You Should Know (world premiere); Page 73 Productions: 1001; Primary Stages: Rx (world premiere), Sabina; National Actors Theatre: The Persians; Flea Theatre: Fulfillment
    (world premiere). INTERNATIONAL: Gate Theatre, Dublin: A Month in the Country, An Ideal Husband, A Streetcar Named Desire (Irish Times Award for Best Direction); Stratford Shakespeare Festival: Pirates of Penzance, Dangerous Liaisons. REGIONAL: more than 70 productions at theatres around the nation including the Guthrie Theater, Goodman Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Arena Stage, Studio Theatre, The Old Globe, Denver Center Theatre Company, South Coast Repertory, Center Stage, Prince Music Theater, George Street Playhouse, Westport Country Playhouse, The Wilma Theater, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Alley Theatre, Signature Theatre, American Theatre Company, Chautauqua Theater Company. OPERA: Washington National Opera: Better Gods (world premiere). ARTISTIC LEADERSHIP: Chautauqua Theater Company, Artistic Director 2004–2011; National Actors Theatre, Associate Director, 2003–2005; George Street Playhouse, Associate Artistic Director, 2000–2004; New Dramatists, Resident Director; 2001–2002. BOARD MEMBERSHIPS: Executive Board, Stage Directors & Choreographers Society, 2005-present, Treasurer 2009-2015. TRAINING: Received the first ever undergraduate degree in Theatre and Dramatic Arts from Columbia University. WEB:

  • Scenic Designer
    Lee Savage

    STC: The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III, Tamburlaine, Edward II, Henry V, Richard II. NEW YORK: Labyrinth: Muscles in our Toes, Sunset Baby; Women’s Project: Collapse; LCT3: All-American; Roundabout Theatre Company: The Dream of the Burning Boy, Ordinary Days; Atlantic Theater: Oohrah!; Partial Comfort: The Bereaved; Clubbed Thumb: punkplay. REGIONAL: Alliance Theatre, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Cleveland Play House, Dallas Theater Center, George Street Playhouse, Glimmerglass Festival, Goodman Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf, Shakespeare & Co., Trinity Repertory Company, Two River Theater, Westport Country Playhouse, Washington National Opera, The Wilma Theater, Yale Repertory Theatre. AWARDS: Helen Hayes: Much Ado About Nothing; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (nom), Richard III (nom); Connecticut Critics Circle (The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow). OTHER: with Ethan McSweeny: The Gate: A Streetcar Named Desire; Primary Stages: Rx; Center Stage: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Old Globe: In This Corner; Chautauqua Theater Company: A Raisin in the Sun, Fifty Ways, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Death of a Salesman, The Glass Menagerie, The Just. AFFILIATIONS: Member of Wingspace Theatrical Design and Contributing Editor for Chance Magazine. TEACHING: Yale School of Drama: Design Department. TRAINING: Rhode Island School of Design: BFA; Yale School of Drama: MFA.

  • Lighting Designer
    Scott Zielinski

    NEW YORK:  Broadway: Topdog/Underdog; Off-Broadway: Atlantic Theater Company, Classic Stage Company, Joseph Papp Public Theater, Lincoln Center Festival, Manhattan Theater Club, New York Theater Workshop, Playwrights Horizons, Signature Theater, Theater for a New Audience, among others.  REGIONAL:  Numerous throughout the U.S.  INTERNATIONAL:  Productions in Adelaide, Amsterdam, Berlin, Edinburgh, Fukuoka, Gennevilliers, Goteborg, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Linz, London, Luang Prabang, Lyon, Melbourne, Orleans, Oslo, Ottawa, Paris, Reykjavik, Rotterdam, Singapore, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Tokyo, Toronto, Vienna, Vilnius, and Zurich.  DANCE:  American Dance Festival, Joyce Theater, Kennedy Center (all with Twyla Tharp), American Ballet Theatre, Boston Ballet, Centre National de la Danse, Houston Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, National Ballet of Canada, San Francisco Ballet.  OPERA:  Arizona Opera, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Canadian Opera Company, English National Opera, Gotham Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Lithuanian National Opera, Minnesota Opera, Nederlandse Opera, New York City Opera, Opera Colorado, Pittsburgh Opera, San Francisco Opera, Spoleto Festival USA. Upcoming:  Julius Caesar for Theater St. Gallen (Switzerland), Jan Karski for Festival d’Avignon (France), and Miss Fortune, a new opera for Bregenzer Festspiele (Austria) and the Royal Opera House (London).

  • Costume Designer
    Jennifer Moeller

    STC: Affiliated Artist; The Tempest (mainstage, 2016 Free For All), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (mainstage, 2015 Free For All), Julius Caesar (mainstage, 2011 Free For All),The Merchant of Venice, Richard II, Romeo and Juliet, Antony and Cleopatra, Tamburlaine, Richard III. NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: Shakespeare in the Park: Love’s Labour’s Lost; Signature Theatre: Dance and the Railroad; Primary Stages: Happy Now?. REGIONAL: Arena Stage/Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Sweat; Washington National Opera: La Boheme; Studio Theatre: Bachelorette, Venus in Fur; Glimmerglass Opera: Candide; The Old Globe: The Last Goodbye; McCarter Theatre Center: The How and the Why; Williamstown Theatre Festival: Six Degrees of Separation; Yale Repertory Theatre: The Winter’s Tale, dance of the holy ghosts; Berkshire Theatre Festival: Waiting for Godot; Chautauqua Theater Company: The Winter’s Tale. TRAINING: Yale School of Drama: MFA.

  • Original Music & Sound Design
    Lindsay Jones

    NEW YORK: Broadway: A Time To Kill, Bronx Bombers. Off-Broadway: Public Theater: Privacy, Dry Powder, Barbecue; Playwrights Horizons: Bella, Bootycandy; LCT3: Mr. Joy; New York Theatre Workshop: Top Secret; Primary Stages: Discord, Rx; and many others. REGIONAL: Guthrie Theater; Hartford Stage; Alliance Theatre; Goodman Theatre; Old Globe; ACT; Chicago Shakespeare Theatre; Steppenwolf Theatre; La Jolla Playhouse; Arena Stage; and many others. INTERNATIONAL: Stratford Shakespeare Festival (Canada) and Royal Shakespeare Company (England), as well as productions in Ireland, Austria, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Scotland. AWARDS: seven Joseph Jefferson Awards and 24 nominations; two Ovation Awards and three nominations; L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award; Craig Noel Award and two nominations; three Drama Desk Award nominations; two Helen Hayes nominations; 2 Barrymore nominations; as well as nominations for AUDELCO, Henry Hewes Design, Connecticut Critics Circle, and many others. OTHER: Film scoring credits include Magnolia Pictures’ The Brass Teapot and HBO Films’ A Note of Triumph (2006 Academy Award, Best Documentary, short subject). WEB:

  • Projections/Video Designer
    Patrick Lord

    REGIONAL:  John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts: Where Words Once Were; Forum Theatre: Love and Information, Building the Wall, Blackberry Winter; Theater Alliance: Mnemonic; The Keegan Theatre: Big Fish, Outside Mullingar, American Idiot, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, How to Catch a Leprechaun, An Irish Carol, The Magic Tree; Adventure Theatre: Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical, Jumanji; Mosaic Theatre Company: A Human Being Died That Night; The Hub Theatre: The Happiest Place On Earth, Redder Blood, Leto Legend; The University of Texas at Austin: Fame, Esperanza Rising, Dead Man’s Cell Phone; Shrewd Productions: Still Now; Croswell Opera: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Beauty and the Beast; Ohana Arts: Peace On Your Wings (original production and national tour). OTHER:  Event projection designer/art director for NBA teams including the Chicago Bulls, Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers with Quince Imaging. TRAINING:  The University of Texas at Austin: MFA in Integrated Media Design for Live Performance; Emerson College: BFA in Theatrical Design/Technology. WEB:

  • Resident 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.

  • 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.

  • Voice and Text Coach
    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.

  • Assistant Director
    Charlie Marie McGrath

    STC: The Secret Garden (Directorial Assistant), Romeo & Juliet (Assistant Director), The Tempest (Directorial Assistant 2016 Free For All). NEW YORK: Broadway: SDCF Observer, A Time to Kill (dir. Ethan McSweeny). REGIONAL: Assistant Director: Goodman Theatre: Smokefall (dir. Anne Kauffman); Court Theatre: A Long Day’s Journey Into Night (dir. David Auburn); Northlight Theatre: Mothers and Sons (dir. Steve Scott). OTHER: Director, STC Fellows Project: God Is Dead and April Is Getting Married; The Side Project: Lysistrata; AstonRep Theatre Company: Les Liaisons Dangereuses; Dead Writers Theatre Collective: Game of Love and Chance (Remount), House of Mirth; Open Door Repertory Company: Game of Love and Chance, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks; Proud Kate Theatre Project: The Ruby Sunrise, November, Dumb Waiter; G&S Opera Company: HMS Pinafore. TRAINING: Northwestern University. WEB:

  • Assistant Stage Manager
    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
    Teresa Wood

    STC: Othello (2017 Free For All, ASM), The Tempest (2016 Free For All, ASM), A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Macao, China (PA), Tartuffe (PA), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (PA), The Heir Apparent (PA), Cymbeline (PA), Henry V / Richard II Repertory (PA), Twelfth Night (PA). REGIONAL: The Kennedy Center: Side Show (PA), The Guardsman (PA), Follies (PA); Signature Theatre: A Fox on the Fairway (PA); Source Festival 2016 (PSM). DANCE: The Suzanne Farrell Ballet (ASM). TRAINING: University of Virginia.

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

Twelfth Night

Nov 14 - Dec 20

Sidney Harman HallBy William Shakespeare
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
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