Daniels is a five-time Emmy Award® nominee, with wins for Best Lead Actor for “The Newsroom” and Best Supporting Actor for “Godless.” He has also received Golden Globe nominations on the big screen for his performances in The Purple Rose of Cairo, Something Wild, and The Squid and the Whale, as well as one for “The Newsroom.” Daniels is also a three-time individual Screen Actors Guild Award® nominee. His other major screen roles include the Dumb and Dumber franchise, The Martian, Looper, Good Night and Good Luck, Gods and Generals, The Hours, Pleasantville, Gettysburg, Radio Days, Terms of Endearment, and Ragtime. As the founder and director of the Purple Rose Theatre Company, Daniels is also a three-time Tony Award® nominee, for To Kill a Mockingbird (the highest-grossing American play in Broadway history), Blackbird, and God of Carnage. Most recently, Daniels was seen as former FBI director James Comey in The Comey Rule, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination. He is currently starring in the Showtime drama “American Rust.”
Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award), The Glass Menagerie (Tony Award nomination, Drama Desk Award, Dorothy Loudon Award), The Cherry Orchard, Peter and the Starcatcher, (Tony nom., Drama Desk nom., Drama League nom.) Les Misérables (Drama Desk nom.), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Tony nom., Drama Desk Award for Best Ensemble, Theatre World Award). Off-Broadway: A Parallelogram (Second Stage), The Oldest Boy (Lincoln Center Theater), Merrily We Roll Along (City Center Encores), A Small Fire (Playwrights Horizons), Bachelorette (Second Stage), Saved (Playwrights Horizons). Regional: Goodman Theatre, Kennedy Center, American Repertory Theater, La Jolla Playhouse. TV: “The Gilded Age” (HBO 2022), “Bull,” “Louie,” “The Good Wife,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Good Behavior,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Elementary,” “Heartland,” “Blue Bloods,” “NCIS New Orleans.” Film: Diane, The Visit, Breakable You. She created the podcast “Sunday Pancakes,” which is distributed by Playbill. Celia is a graduate of the University of Michigan.
Stew (Walkerspace, World Premiere, Pulitzer finalist); The Rose Tattoo (Broadway/American Airlines Theatre); Rinse, Repeat (Pershing Square Linney Theatre); Ruined (MTC/Geffen Playhouse); McReele (Roundabout Theatre Company). LAByrinth Theatre Company: The Way West, Our Lady of 121st Street, In Arabia We’d All Be Kings. Regional: “Celebrating the Black Radical Imagination”: don’t get got (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Sweat (Mark Taper Forum), Artney Jackson, The Rose Tattoo (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Fences (Long Wharf & McCarter Theatre), Our Town (Ford’s Theatre). Film: Lapsis, All the Little Things We Kill, Skin, From Nowhere, Naomi & Ely’s No Kiss List, St. Vincent, Silver Tongues, The Greatest, The Messenger, Please Give. Television: “New Amsterdam,” “Big Dogs,” “Madam Secretary,” “Bull,” “The Enemy Within,” “She’s Gotta Have It,” “The Blacklist.”
Hunter can currently be seen in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix limited series “Ratched.” He was recently seen on NBC’s hit series “This Is Us” and on ABC’s “Quantico.” Prior, he starred in Dana Calvo’s Amazon series “The Good Girls Revolt,” opposite Genevieve Angelson. He also starred as Claude in the Hollywood Bowl production of Hair opposite Kristen Bell and Benjamin Walker, co-starred as Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin’s son in Sony’s Oscar-winning film Still Alice, and recurred on CBS’s beloved series “The Good Wife” in a seminal role. For eight seasons, Hunter starred as Mary Louise Parker’s son, Silas, on Showtime’s acclaimed series “Weeds.” He starred as Jesus in the Broadway revival of Godspell. Hunter also received rave reviews for his Broadway debut as Melchior, the young hero in the Tony Award–winning hit musical Spring Awakening. Hunter’s other film roles include It’s Complicated (opposite Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin), Burr Steers’ 17 Again, and Paperman (opposite Jeff Daniels and Emma Stone).
Michael is making his Broadway debut in To Kill a Mockingbird. A recent graduate of the Juilliard School, Michael received the John Houseman Award for Excellence in Classical Theater. Some of his favorite roles include Blue in Paradise Blue and Jaques in As You Like It. Off-Broadway: Romeo y Julieta. Williamstown Theatre Festival: Artney Jackson, Son Come Home.
Broadway: Brighton Beach Memoirs (Outer Critics Circle nomination), Arcadia. Off-Broadway: Lewiston/Clarkston (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), “Master Harold”…and the Boys (Signature Theatre), Punk Rock (MCC Theater), The Vandal (Flea Theater), The Twenty-Seventh Man (Public Theater), Secrets of the Trade (Primary Stages, Clive Barnes Award nomination). Regional: several shows at the Kennedy Center with director/choreographer Debbie Allen. Film: Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7, The Assistant, Miss Sloane, The Week Of, Indignation, Set It Up, Aardvark, Cruise, Fatal Crossing, The Outcasts, Aftermath, Newsworthy (Best Actor Award, L.A. Comedy Festival). TV: “Forever” (opposite Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen), “Grease: Live,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Masters of Sex,” “Younger,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Gotham,” “The Good Wife,” “Evil,” “The Blacklist,” “Billions,” “Blue Bloods,” “The Slap.” Graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from Columbia University, with a major in philosophy.
Broadway: Glengarry Glen Ross (Tony nomination, Theatre World Award), The Great Society (Lincoln Center). Off-Broadway: Blood From a Stone, Early History of Fire (New Group), Trick or Treat (59E59). Regional: Robert Frost: This Verse Business (Merrimack Rep and other venues), Man in the Ring (Huntington Theatre, IRNE Award), Midvale High School 50th Reunion (Nora Theatre), A Christmas Carol, A Doll’s House, Trick or Treat (Northern Stage (VT), Art, On Golden Pond (New London Barn), Measure for Measure, Auld Lang Syne, Stella And Lou, Our Town (Peterborough Players), Dig (Dorset Theatre Festival), Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (Ivoryton Playhouse). Five seasons with Canada’s National Arts Centre Theatre Company. Film: Return of the Secaucus Seven, Eight Men Out, Matewan, Flags of Our Fathers, Peter and John, Game Plan. Television: “NYPD Blue” (12 seasons, Emmy, SAG Awards), “Mare of Easttown,” “American Rust,” “Damages,” “Chicago Fire,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Elementary,” “Taking Chance,” “Deadwood.” He and his wife, Elisabeth Gordon, live in Vermont and Boston.
Broadway: Willie Oban in The Iceman Cometh, Take Me Out, The Lion in Winter, The Tempest. Other theater includes Luce, When I Come to Die, The Green Book, The Killing, Trumpery, The Foreigner, Rude Entertainment, Blue Window, and Troilus and Cressida. Film: Spotlight, Split, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Nasty Baby, Moonrise Kingdom, Runoff, Meek’s Cutoff, Beirut. Television: “The Wire,” “Falling Water,” “The Affair,” “Girls,” “Person of Interest,” “Billions,” “Genius,” “The Abolitionists,” “Fringe.” Neal played Father Dan on HBO’s “Mare of Easttown” and Sean Muldoon on season four of “The Sinner.”
Zachary Booth has had a diverse, prolific career, highlighted by major roles on critically acclaimed television series such as “The Good Fight” on Paramount+ and “Damages” on FX. He made his Broadway debut in the Roundabout Theatre production of The Winslow Boy. Off-Broadway, he has premiered new works by Edward Albee (Me, Myself, & I) and Craig Lucas (Prayer for My Enemy). Film: Keep the Lights On, After Louie, The Revival, Last Weekend, Dark Horse, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, and White Irish Drinkers. Currently he can be seen in the independent thriller Dashcam, the hilarious Comedy Central series “The Other Two,” and the Netflix docuseries “The Family.”
Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird (original cast); A Doll’s House, Part 2; The Crucible. Off-Broadway: Gnit (TFANA, pre-COVID cast), American Hero (Second Stage/Williamstown Theatre Festival), The Great Immensity (The Public), Core Values (Ars Nova), The Great God Pan (Playwrights Horizons). Film/TV: “The Gilded Age”; Baby Ruby; The Perks of Being a Wallflower; Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl; “Better Call Saul”; “The Knick”; “Taxi Brooklyn”; “Monsterland”; “Law & Order: SVU”; “The Accidental Wolf.” BFA, University of Evansville.
Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, The Snow Geese, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, The People in the Picture, 110 in the Shade, The Three Penny Opera, Les Misérables, Victor/Victoria. Off-Broadway: Floyd Collins at Playwrights Horizons (Nonesuch Records), King Lear at the Delacorte, Signature, Atlantic, Women’s Project, Vineyard, Transport Group, Red Bull, MTC, Lincoln Center. Directing: The Other Place, The Whipping Man, Shining City, Period Piece / Collyer Brothers, Camping With Henry and Tom (Barrington Stage, Associate Artist). Film/TV: The Post, “The Sinner,” “Elementary,” “The Blacklist: Redemption,” “Chicago Fire,” Don’t Mess With the Zohan.
Film: Lila Neugebauer’s upcoming Red, White and Water; Paul Thomas Anderson’s Oscar-nominated There Will Be Blood; The Hammer, playing first the deaf person to win a collegiate wrestling championship. TV: recurred “Fargo” and “Switched at Birth”; guested “Odd Mom Out,” “Fringe,” “CSI: NY.” Broadway: King Lear (opposite Glenda Jackson), Spring Awakening. Off-Broadway: I Was Most Alive With You (Playwrights Horizons, Drama Desk nomination), Tribes (Theatre World Award & Drama League, Outer Critics, Lucille Lortel nominations). Regional: Our Town (Pasadena Playhouse), The Who’s Tommy (Open Circle).
Patricia was born in Tanganyika, raised in Australia where she began her career, lived and worked in the U.K., and eventually moved to the United States. She has appeared in 16 productions on Broadway, eight more with the APA Repertory Company at the Lyceum, two with Lincoln Center Theater, and many Off-Broadway and regionally. International: Royal Shakespeare Company, West End, Chichester Festival Theatre, Canada’s Stratford Festival, Melbourne and Sydney Theatre Companies.
Amelia was last seen on Broadway as Sandra in The Play That Goes Wrong. Also on Broadway, she worked on Fool for Love, Noises Off, The Heidi Chronicles, The House of Blue Leaves, and the Tony Award–winning Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike. Additionally, Amelia appeared in over 20 productions Off-Broadway and regionally. She is on the theater faculty at the University of Evansville, where she received her BFA in theater performance. Amelia earned her MFA from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program.
Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird, JUNK, Death of a Salesman, The Pillowman, Elling, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Off-Broadway: Acolyte, The Gravedigger’s Lullaby, Boy, Abundance. National Tours: Frost/Nixon, Death of a Salesman. Regional: CATF, Paper Mill, ATL, Huntington, Arena, Goodman, Pittsburgh Public, Old Globe, Williamstown. Film: Cold Souls, Love to Leenya, Hannibal, Autumn in New York, Dinner Rush, Ratter. TV: “Succession,” “Bull,” “New Amsterdam,” “The Punisher,” “Elementary,” “The Path,” “Person of Interest,” “The Blacklist,” “The Americans,” “Blindspot,” “Law & Order,” “The West Wing,” “The Sopranos.”
Broadway: Original casts of Wicked; Carousel (2018 revival); The Little Foxes (w. Elizabeth Taylor); The Farnsworth Invention (by Aaron Sorkin); Big River; Titanic; Baz Luhrmann’s La Bohème; Finian’s Rainbow (revival); Bright Star (by Steve Martin); Pirate Queen (Boublil and Schoenberg of Les Miz). Also Billy Elliot and To Kill a Mockingbird. Off-Broadway: The Government Inspector (Red Bull), Skin of Our Teeth, Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Theatre for a New Audience. Film: Birdman, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, A League of Their Own, Mrs. Soffel, Nadine, Compromising Positions, Fresh Horses. TV: “The Little Match Girl,” “Separate but Equal,” “Private History of a Campaign That Failed” (Peabody), “666 Park Ave.”, (recurring), “L&O(s)”.
Broadway: Ink. Off-Broadway: Flags (59E59). Regional: Eddie in Ivo van Hove’s A View From the Bridge (Goodman Theatre), Murder on the Orient Express (Hartford Stage), Oslo (Pioneer Theatre), Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), The School of Night (Mark Taper Forum), Macbeth in Macbeth, God of Carnage (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Comedy of Errors, King Henry in Henry V, King Henry in Henry VIII, King John, Othello, Henry IV Part 1, As You Like It (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival), Richard III, As You Like It (Shakespeare Santa Cruz), Richard in Richard III (Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival), Macbeth in Macbeth (Orlando Shakespeare), Our Town (La Jolla Playhouse), Lennie in Of Mice and Men (People’s Light and Theatre), Superior Donuts (Arden Theatre). Ian served as associate producer on the feature film The Promise, with Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac. TV: “Chicago PD” (NBC, recurring); “Blue Bloods” (CBS); “Master” (Amazon); “The Good Fight” (CBS); “God Friended Me” (CBS); “The Path” (Hulu); “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC); “Nurse Jackie” (Showtime); “Unforgettable” (CBS); “Law & Order: SVU” (NBC, recurring).
Best known as an actor, Rosalyn is the director of the award-winning short films Allergic to Nuts and Drawing Angel. Both films have been seen on several TV stations nationally, and in film festivals in the U.S. and around the world. With over a dozen film-directing credits, Rosalyn is preparing to direct the feature film Hanging by a Thread, written and produced by her husband and partner, Craig T. Williams, and executive produced by Academy Award–winner Viola Davis and her husband, Julius Tennon. She’s also slated to direct the feature film Weapons for Peace. A graduate of Howard University and an MFA from Yale School of Drama, Roz has a keen insight into the actor-director relationship; she is celebrated as an “actor’s director.” She served as on-set acting coach for HBO’s second season of the hit series “In Treatment.” Rosalyn was hired by the prestigious Cinereach Foundation to coach Sundance directors on their sophomore projects, most notably Terrance Nance, creator of HBO’s “Random Acts of Flyness.” A teacher for over 25 years, Roz has had the pleasure to teach students at NYU Tisch, SUNY Purchase, The Actors Center, American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T. MFA program), Actors Connection, Howard University, and Duke Ellington School of the Arts, and conducted acting workshops at film festivals around the country. Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird, Travesties, The Mountaintop, Radio Golf, Seven Guitars, The Piano Lesson, Mule Bone, and The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant. Film: Miss Virginia, The Immortal Jellyfish, Frankie and Alice, Brooklyn’s Finest, Vanilla Sky, Our Song, Brown Sugar, and Music of the Heart. TV: “Bull,” “Jessica Jones,” “The Blacklist,” “Blue Bloods,” “Madam Secretary,” “Kidnapped,” “DC”, “Oz,” and “Law and Order: SVU” and “Criminal Intent.” Off-Broadway: Native Son, Breakfast With Mugabe. During the pandemic, Rosalyn directed Colored Museum at SUNY Purchase, A Christmas Carol Stave V online for Pioneer Theatre Company, and several other Zoom projects. Acting-wise, she revised her character on “Bull” (CBS); acted in a new media project, The Woman’s Party, for Clubbed Thumb; played the lead in the short film The Mechanic’s Rose; and originated the role of Tituba in the solo play The Master’s Tools, by Zora Howard, at Williamstown Theatre Festival. Rosalyn and Craig have one son, a musical skateboarding enthusiast. IG: @iRozapp
Off-Broadway: Stalking the Bogeyman; Echoes of the War with Richard Easton and Frances Sternhagen; Schnitzler’s Far and Wide (Mint Theatre). Regional: Native Gardens (Syracuse, Geva, Portland Center Stage); Equus; Collected Stories (Palm Beach Dramaworks); Good People; Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike; Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Asolo); All My Sons (Delaware Theatre); Anne Frank (Virginia Stage); Arms and the Man (Shakespeare Theatre NJ); The Clean House (Geva); Defying Gravity (Merrimack Repertory); A Moon for the Misbegotten (New Repertory); Romeo and Juliet; The Count of Monte Cristo (Alabama Shakespeare). National Tour: Steel Magnolias. Film: The Good Shepherd, My Dead Boyfriend, A Nice Girl Like You, several indie films. TV: “FBI,” “Veep,” “Law & Order: SVU,” HBO’s upcoming “The Gilded Age.”
Broadway: The Height of the Storm; Hillary and Clinton; A Doll’s House, Part 2; The Humans. Off-Broadway: The Roundabout, The Public, Playwrights Horizons, Vineyard Theatre. He was an associate member of The Wooster Group. Film: This Is Where I Leave You, Big Fat Liar, Glimmer Man. TV: “The Flight Attendant,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “The Good Wife,” “Breaking Bad,” “Elementary,” “24,” “CSI,” “Prison Break,” “The X-Files,” Recount for HBO, and the miniseries “Madoff.” For Suzanne Levanas.
Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: Nantucket Sleigh Ride (Lincoln Center Theater). Regional: Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Indecent (Yale Repertory Theatre), Mary’s Wedding (Chester Theatre Company), Clybourne Park, Uncle Vanya (Guthrie Theater). TV: “Chicago Fire,” “Masterclass.” Johnson is a Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Education: BFA, University of Minnesota/Guthrie; MFA, Yale School of Drama.
Tyler Lea made his Broadway debut as Christopher Boone in the National Theatre’s Tony Award–winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Shortly after, he made his Off-Broadway debut as Eddie Welch in Bobbie Clearly at the Roundabout Theatre Co. Other notable roles include Juliet & Benvolio in Joe Calarco’s Shakespeare’s R+J and Leo in The Little Foxes. Tyler trained under Gerald Freedman at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Broadway debut. New York: I’m Sorry (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Kenny’s Tavern, Interior (59e59), Horse Girls (the cell). Regional: Robin Hood (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Crimes of the Heart, The Liar (Okoboji Summer Theatre), Blithe Spirit (Southwest Shakespeare Company). Film: The Real American. TV: “City on a Hill,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Untitled Jenny Lumet Pilot.” Education: William Esper Studio; BFA, Stephens College.
Broadway: The Nance, War Horse. Off-Broadway: Days to Come. New York: The Tempest. Regional: Two River Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Rev Theater Company, Chautauqua Theater Company, Barrington Stage Company, Nebraska Shakespeare Festival. TV: “The Good Fight,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “The Blacklist,” “Forever,” “Gotham.” Training: The Juilliard School.
Broadway: American Son, Significant Other. First National Tour: Peter and the Starcatcher. Off-Broadway: Significant Other (Roundabout Theatre), Hit the Wall (Barrow Street Theatre). Regional: Barrington Stage, St. Louis Repertory Theatre, Signature Theatre, Walnut Street Theatre. Film: The Irishman, Freedom. Proud graduate of University of North Carolina, School of the Arts.
Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Play That Goes Wrong. Broadway Tours: The Play That Goes Wrong (First National). Off-Broadway: Fly, The Royale (Lincoln Center Theater); The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek (Signature Theatre Company); The Revenger’s Tragedy (Red Bull Theater); The Acting Company; National Black Theatre. Regional: True Colors Theatre, Syracuse Stage, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Studio Theatre, The Wilma Theatre, The Arden Theatre, Arkansas Rep, PlayMakers Rep, Seattle Rep. Company member: Everyman Theatre. TV: “The Blacklist,” “Braindead,” “Madame Secretary,” “Elementary,” “Harlem,” and “Getaway.” IG: @yaegelwelchthegreatest
Broadway and Off-Broadway: A Few Good Men (Broadway debut; John Gassner Award for Outstanding New American Playwright), Making Movies, The Farnsworth Invention. Film: The Trial of the Chicago 7 (Director and Writer; Academy Award, BAFTA, Writers Guild Award nominations for Best Original Screenplay; Directors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Film Feature); Molly’s Game (Director and Writer; Academy Award, BAFTA, and Writers Guild Award nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay), Steve Jobs, Moneyball (Academy, BAFTA, and Writers Guild nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay), The Social Network (Academy Award, BAFTA, and Writers Guild Award for Best Adapted Screenplay), Charlie Wilson’s War, The American President, Malice, A Few Good Men. Upcoming: Being the Ricardos (Director and Writer). Television: writer and producer of “The Newsroom,” “The West Wing” (Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for four consecutive seasons, Humanities Prize), “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” “Sports Night” (Television Critics’ Award for Best Comedy, Humanitas Prize).
Bartlett was nominated for the 2019 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play for To Kill a Mockingbird. Lincoln Center Theater (Resident Director): South Pacific (Tony Award; also London and Australia); My Fair Lady, Oslo (Obie Award, Tony Award for Best Play; also National Theatre, London), The King and I (also London), Golden Boy, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Awake and Sing!, The Light in the Piazza (Tony Award nominations); Blood and Gifts; Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (also London). Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof (Drama Desk Award), The Bridges of Madison County. Off-Broadway: Waste (Obie Award), Cymbeline (Callaway Award; also Royal Shakespeare Company), Don Juan, Pericles (TFANA, BAM). Previously Artistic Director of Seattle’s Intiman Theatre (2000–2009), Company Director for the Guthrie Theater, and Associate Artistic Director at Hartford Stage Company. Opera: Rigoletto (Staatsoper Berlin); Roméo et Juliette (Metropolitan Opera, Salzburg, Milan, Chicago); Faust (Baden Baden); Two Boys (English National Opera, Metropolitan Opera); Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Baden Baden, Metropolitan Opera), Otello, Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Le Comte Ory, L’Elisir d’Amore (Metropolitan Opera); Mourning Becomes Electra (Seattle Opera, New York City Opera). He serves on the board of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Bart is currently directing a chamber opera production of Lynn Nottage’s Intimate Apparel at Lincoln Center Theater, with a score by Ricky Ian Gordon. His film of Oslo premiered on HBO in May and was nominated for two Emmy Awards.
Theatre and Dance includes: King Lear; To Kill a Mockingbird; Three Tall Women; A Doll’s House, Part 2; The Children (Broadway); And Breathe…, Hymn, Shipwreck; Machinal; Albion; Boy; When the Rain Stops Falling; Judgement Day (Almeida Theatre) The Jungle (Young Vic/ West End/ New York); The Trial; Public Enemy; Wild Swans; The Government Inspector; In the Red and Brown Water; The Good Soul of Szechuan; Generations (Young Vic); Glass.Kill.Blubeard.Imp; Sucker Punch; Cock; In the Republic of Happiness; Get Santa!; (Royal Court); The Children; Escaped Alone; Love and Information (Royal Court Theatre/New York); Sunny Afternoon; Chariots of Fire (Hampstead Theatre/West End); Bend it Like Beckham (West End); The Father (Theatre Royal Bath); The Effect; Earthquakes in London (National Theatre); Six Characters in Search of an Author (Chichester Festival Theatre/ West End); Red Demon; The Bee (Young Vic / Japan); Guantanamo: “Honor Bound to Defend Freedom” (Tricycle Theatre/ West End/ New York/ San Francisco); Frame of View (Cedar Lake, New York); The Cherry Orchard (Amsterdam); Toot (Oper Leipzig).
Opera includes: La Fanciulla Del West (ENO and Santa Fe Opera); Turandot; Wozzeck (ENO); Suor Angelica (Royal Opera House); Anna Nicole (Royal Opera House and New York); Boris Godunov (Berlin Opera); The Death of Klinghoffer (Edinburgh Festival/ Scottish Opera).
Miriam trained in costume design at Akademie für Kostüm Design in Hamburg, and in theatre design at Central Saint Martin’s, London. She won The Linbury Prize for Stage Design in 1999 and received the Evening Standard Best Design Award in 2010 for Earthquakes in London and Sucker Punch, and in 2018 for The Jungle.
Ann Roth is a Tony & Academy Award-winning costume designer with over 200 Broadway and Feature Film design credits. Roth was also nominated for the 2019 Tony Award for Best Costume Design of a Play for this production. Select design credits include the original Broadway productions of The Odd Couple, Purlie, Seesaw, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, They’re Playing Our Song, Hurlyburly, Biloxi Blues, Singin’ in the Rain, The House of Blue Leaves, The Book of Mormon, The Nance (Tony Award), and Shuffle Along…. Film credits include Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Academy Award), The English Patient (Academy Award), The Post, Julie & Julia, The Reader, Doubt, Mamma Mia!, The Village, The Stepford Wives, Cold Mountain, The Hours, The Talented Mr. Ripley, The Birdcage, The Mambo Kings, Klute, Working Girl, Silkwood, Places in the Heart, 9 to 5, Hair, The Owl and the Pussycat, and Midnight Cowboy. Television credits include Angels in America and Mildred Pierce. Roth was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame in 2011.
Jennifer was nominated for the 2019 Tony Award for Lighting Design of a Play for this production. Recent work includes A Doll’s House, Part 2; Richard Nelson’s What Happened?; The Michaels Abroad at Hunter College; Beckett’s First Love on ZOOM for TFANA; Intimate Apparel, a small opera, at the Mitzi Newhouse, Lincoln Center which will open when the pandemic permits. Tipton has taught lighting at the Yale School of Drama for the past 40 years. She has received the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize, the Jerome Robbins Prize, and the Mayor’s Award for Arts and Culture in New York City. In 2008 she was made a United States Artists Gracie Fellow and a MacArthur Fellow. She is a two-time Tony Award winner.
Scott was nominated for the 2019 Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Play for this production. Recent credits include King Lear; Carousel; Hello, Dolly!; Illyria; The Front Page; The Gabriels; Shuffle Along…; Fiddler on the Roof; Dames at Sea; The King and I (also London); Living on Love; Honeymoon in Vegas; Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance; Love Letters; A Raisin in the Sun; Betrayal; Lucky Guy; South Pacific (first Tony Award for Sound Design); Death of a Salesman; The Apple Family Plays: Scenes From Life in the Country; and over 60 City Center Encores! productions including the long running revival of Chicago. Recordings include An American in Paris (Grammy Award nomination), Loudon Wainwright’s High Wide and Handsome (Grammy Award), and Meredith Monk’s mercy. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, he has taught sound and recording at NYU, Hunter and Bennington Colleges.
Adam Guettel is a composer/lyricist. Guettel was nominated for the 2019 Tony Award for Best Original Score for this production. Theatre includes The Light in the Piazza (2005; Tony Awards for Best Original Score and best orchestrations; Grammy Award nomination for Best Musical Theater Album; cast album on Nonesuch Records), Floyd Collins (1996 at Playwrights Horizons; Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical, Obie Award for Best Music; cast album on Nonesuch Records), and Saturn Returns (1998 at The Public Theater; recorded by Nonesuch Records as Myths and Hymns). Other awards include the Stephen Sondheim Award (1990), the ASCAP New Horizons Award (1997), and the American Composers Orchestra Award (2005). He received an honorary doctorate from Lehman College in 2007 and made a member of the Royal Academy of Music in 2019.
Broadway: Head Over Heels; Amélie; Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark; Spring Awakening; The Light in the Piazza; Caroline, or Change; The Full Monty; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Twelfth Night. Off-Broadway: The Lucky Ones, Here Lies Love, The Fortress of Solitude, Coraline, Mother Courage and Her Children, Songs from an Unmade Bed.
Broadway: King Lear; Head Over Heels; Carousel; Three Tall Women; Hello, Dolly!; The Crucible; Misery; Sylvia; Betrayal; Les Misérables. West End/Broadway: Tina–The Tina Turner Musical, The Ferryman, Farinelli and the King, Matilda, Billy Elliot. West End: All About Eve, Funny Girl, Prince of Egypt. Television: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Film: Downton Abbey.
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Broadway: Moulin Rouge!, Beetlejuice, Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, Burn This, True West, Network, The Waverly Gallery, The Cher Show, The Iceman Cometh, Carousel, Lobby Hero, The Crucible. Film: The Tragedy of Macbeth; Women Talking; Lady Bird; Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri; Inside Llewyn Davis. Television: “Olive Kitteridge,” “Mrs. America.” Faculty: Juilliard.
Broadway: The Waverly Gallery; JUNK; The Real Thing; Seminar; The Motherf**ker With the Hat; The Pitmen Painters; Next Fall; Oleanna; You’re Welcome America: A Final Night With George W. Bush; Mauritius; Doubt; The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? Additionally, The Jungle (Curran Theatre). Former faculty and chair of the department of theatre and dance at UC San Diego.
Broadway: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; King Lear; The Waverly Gallery; Three Tall Women; A Doll’s House, Part 2; The Glass Menagerie; Fun Home; Hughie; Beautiful; The Cripple of Inishmaan; Soul Doctor; Seminar; A Behanding in Spokane; Hairspray; Mamma Mia!; Frost/Nixon; The Constant Wife; Thou Shalt Not; Miss Saigon; The Tempest; and Café Crown.
Broadway: The Iceman Cometh; Meteor Shower; Hello, Dolly!; Dear Evan Hansen; In Transit; Shuffle Along…; School of Rock; Gigi. National tours: The Little Mermaid, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Beautiful. Education: BFA, University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Current/prior Broadway: The Music Man, Come From Away, The Illusionists (2014-2019), Celebrity Autobiography, Rocktopia, In Transit, Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science, Doctor Zhivago, First Date, Memphis (Broadway, West End and national tour) and others. Come From Away in Toronto, UK, Australia and on tour. Upcoming: Marie, A Sign of the Times, Other World, Grace. alchemyproductiongroup.com
Recently: ‘Hamilton: The Exhibition.’ Broadway: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time; Love Letters; The Trip to Bountiful; The Performers; One Man, Two Guvnors; Chinglish; Once; The Scottsboro Boys; Wicked; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; The Color Purple; The Drowsy Chaperone; The Pirate Queen. National Tours: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time; Wicked (First National), Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Dr. Dolittle, The King and I. Thank you, Eric and Brian.
Beetlejuice (Korea); Book of Mormon; Company; Dana H.; Frozen (Australia, Germany, London, Japan, North American Tour); Is This A Room; Mean Girls (Tour); Plaza Suite; Springsteen On Broadway; The Lehman Trilogy; The Music Man; Trouble In Mind. Aurora has been providing technical supervision and production management to the entertainment industry since 1989.