Past Shows

Who's Who

JEREMY SHAMOS (Gabe).  In 2012, Jeremy Shamos received a Tony nomination for his starring role in the Broadway production of the Pulitzer Prize winning play Clybourne Park. Since then, He has appeared on Broadway with Al Pacino in Glengarry Glen Ross at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, and most recently in the Manhattan Theatre Club’s Assembled Parties. He also landed roles in Alejandro Gonzales’s latest film Birdman as well as the 2013 Woody Allen Summer Project. In the TV world, he’s had recent guest appearances on “The Good Wife”and “Unforgettable”, both for CBS, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s pilot for Showtime “Trending Down”.  Prior Broadway includes Elling, Reckless and The Rivals. Off-Broadway: Clybourne Park (Drama League and Lortel Award nominations.); Animals Out of Paper (Second Stage, Drama Desk nominee); Engaged (Theatre for a New Audience, Obie Award); We Live Here and Corpus Christi (MTC); The New York Idea (Atlantic); 100 Saints You Should Know and Miss Witherspoon (Playwrights); Gutenberg! The Musical (Actors’ Playhouse/59E59); Observe the Sons of Ulster… (LincolnCenter); Shakespeare (Abridged) (Century Center); Race and The Alchemist (CSC); Stranger (Vineyard); Hamlet, Cymbeline and Paris Commune (Public). Film: Taking Woodstock, Dedication, The Rebound, Trust the Man. TV: “The Michael Showalter” (pilot); “Fringe,” “L&O Criminal Intent”; “Damages”. MFA NYU Graduate School of Acting.
 
DARREN PETTIE (Tom). London: (National Theatre) Strange Interlude.  Broadway: Butley.  Off Broadway:  Detroit (Playwrights Horizons); The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore (Roundabout Theatre Company); The Collection (Atlantic Theatre Company); This, Spattern Pattern (Playwrights); Hillary (New Georges); Dedication of the Stuff of Dreams (Primary Stages); Hobson's Choice (Atlantic Theatre); Unwrap Your Candy (Vineyard Theatre); Measure for Measure (Delacorte); Regional and Festivals: How the Other Half Loves (Westport); Don't Dress for Dinner (Royal George); The Cry of the Reed (Huntington); The Taming of the Shrew (Commonwealth Shakespeare Festival); Dedication of the Stuff of Dreams (WTF).  Film and Television: Taking Woodstock, The International, Ghost Town, Four Single Fathers.  New AMC pilot 'Line of Sight', "Mad Men", "Ringer", "Scandal," "Rizzoli & Isles," "Pan Am," "Castle," "Prime Suspect," "Gossip Girl," "Cashmere Mafia," "Brothers and Sisters," "Without a Trace," "Numb3rs," "CSI," "Crossing Jordan," "Charmed."
 
MARIN HINKLE (Karen). Marin Hinkle's television credits include playing Judith, Jake's mother, on the CBS award winning comedy series, "Two and a Half Men," for nine seasons. She also portrayed Judy (Sela Ward's sister) on “Once and Again" and played Samantha on last season’s NBC show “Deception.” Hinkle has had recurring roles on “Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23,” "Brothers and Sisters," and "The Sarah Silverman Program. Her various guest starring roles include "Without a Trace,” “House,” “ER,” “Private Practice,” “My Own Worst Enemy,”"Army Wives," and all three of the "Law and Order" shows. Her feature film credits include: My Eleventh, Friends with Money, Turn the River, I Am Sam, Frequency, Dark Blue, Final, Rails and Ties, What Just Happened?, Quarantine, Imagine That, The Haunting of Molly Hartley, Weather Girl, and the upcoming Commencement. Hinkle's Broadway theater credits include Electra, A Thousand Clowns and The Tempest. Marin has extensive Off-Broadway credits which include such plays as Luce, RX, Graceland, Miss Julie, The Dybbuk, Blue Window, Jayson with a Y, Ambrosio, Sabina, and Wonderful Time. Marin has balanced her work in television with her love for theatre and has been proud to have originated roles in premiere productions of many news plays in both New York and Los Angeles. Born in Tanzania, Hinkle grew up in Boston. She earned a bachelor's degree from Brown University and a master's degree from New York University.
 
HEATHER BURNS (Beth). Past theater credits include: the Signature Theatre’s Medieval Play directed by Lonergan, Will Eno’s Middletown, Christopher Durang's The Marriage of Bette and Boo (Roundabout),Woody Allen’s Writers Block, Marc Brokaw’s Lobby Hero at Playwrights Horizons and John Houseman Theatre, and in London's West End production of This is Our Youth at the Garrick Theatre, directed by Lawrence Boswell. Heather was recently seen in the HBO comedy series “Bored To Death” and NBC’s “Save Me”. In film, she was last seen in Edward Burns’ The Fitzgerald Family Christmas.  Her past film credits include What’s Your Number?, Ashes (which she also wrote and produced), Breaking Upwards, Choke, Miss Congeniality (1 & 2), Bewitched, The Groomsmen, Two Weeks Notice and You’ve Got Mail.
 
DONALD MARGULIES (Playwright). Donald Margulies's plays include Time Stands Still, Brooklyn Boy, Dinner with Friends, Sight Unseen, Collected Stories, Coney Island Christmas, The Loman Family Picnic, God of Vengeance, What’s Wrong with this Picture?, Found A Peanut, The Model Apartment and Shipwrecked! An Entertainment – The Amazing Adventures of Louis De Rougemont (As Told By Himself).  He has won a Lucille Lortel Award, two American Theatre Critics New Play Citations, two Los Angeles Drama Critics Awards, two OBIE Awards, one Tony Award nomination, two Dramatists Guild Hull-Warriner Awards, five Drama Desk Award nominations, two Pulitzer Prize nominations and one Pulitzer Prize.  His works have been performed at major theatres across the United States and around the world.  Mr. Margulies has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The New York Foundation for the Arts, and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.  In 2005 he was honored by the American Academy of Arts and Letters with an Award in Literature, and was the recipient of the 2000 Sidney Kingsley Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Theatre.  Mr. Margulies is an alumnus of New Dramatists and serves on the council of The Dramatists Guild of America. He is an adjunct professor of English and Theatre Studies at Yale University.
 
PAM MACKINNON (Director).  Broadway: Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Tony Award, Best Direction of a Play, 2013); Clybourne Park (Tony Award nomination, Best Direction of a Play, 2012). Pam recently directed the world premiere of Beau Willimon’s The Parisian Woman for South Coast Repertory, as well as Craig Lucas’ The Lying Lesson at The Atlantic Theater. Pam directed Horton Foote’s Harrison, TX at Primary Stages, and Itamar Moses’ Completeness at Playwrights Horizons, as well as the world premiere at South Coast Repertory. She also directed the world premiere of David Wiener’s Extraordinary Chambers at the Geffen Playhouse, and Rachel Axler’s Smudge at Women’s Project in 2010. Other credits include: Edward Albee’s Occupant at The Signature Theater; A Lifetime Burning by Cusi Cram at Primary Stages; Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance at Arena Stage with Kathleen Chalfant and Ellen McLaughlin; All the King’s Men by Robert Penn Warren at Intiman Theatre; The Four of Us by Itamar Moses at Manhattan Theater Club; Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Good Boys and True (Steppenwolf). Pam directed the world and New York premieres of Edward Albee’s Peter and Jerry (Hartford Stage and Second Stage); Bruce Norris’ The Unmentionables (Woolly Mammoth) and the world premieres of Richard Greenberg’s Our Mother’s Brief Affair (South Coast Repertory); John Fugelsang’s All the Wrong Reasons (New York Theater Workshop) and The Four of Us by Itamar Moses (The Old Globe). Further credits include Edward Albee’s The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? (Alley Theater, Vienna Theater); David Mamet’s Romance (Goodman Theatre); Gina Giofriddo’s After Ashley (Philadelphia Theater Company); Edward Albee’s Play About the Baby (Philadelphia Theater Company, Goodman Theatre) and Bach at Leipzig by Itamar Moses (NYTW); amongst others. Pam is an alumna of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, the Women’s Project Directors’ Forum and the Drama League Fall Production Fellowship. Pam serves as the Board Chair of the downtown company Clubbed Thumb and is a member of SSD&C.
 
ALLEN MOYER (Scenic Design) Broadway: The LyonsLysistrata Jones, After Miss Julie, Grey Gardens (Tony/Drama Desk Noms, Henry Hewes Award), Thurgood, The Little Dog Laughed, The Constant Wife, Twelve Angry Men.  Off-Broadway: Mr Marmalade, Entertaining Mr. Sloane, Far From Heaven (Playwright’s Horizons), Giant (The Public), A Minister’s Wife and The New Century (LCT). Other credits: Orfeo Ed Euridice (Met Opera), Romeo and Juliet, On Motifs of Shakespeare (Mark Morris Dance Group). 2006 OBIE Award for Sustained Excellence.
 
ILONA SOMOGYI (Costume Design) Broadway: Clybourne Park Off-Broadway: The Seagull, My Name is Asher Lev, The Lying Lesson, Regrets, Maple and Vine, A Small Fire, HomeJerry Springer: The Opera Almost an Evening, The Piano Teacher,  Scarcity. Recent regional: Nice Fish, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Guthrie,) The Crucible  (Hartford Stage,) and Three Sisters and Passion Play (Yale Rep) Tartuffe, Suddenly Last Summer (Westport) Faculty: Yale School of Drama.
 
JANE COX (Lighting Design). Roundabout: Picnic; Machinal.  Other New York theatre includes designs on Broadway, at Playwrights Horizons, MTC, Second Stage, Public Theater, BAM, Signature Theater. Opera designs include Sydney Opera, Houston Grand, New York City Opera and Glimmerglass. Jane is a member of the Monica Bill Barnes Dance Company, and teaches design at Princeton University.
 
JOSHUA SCHMIDT (Sound Design and Original Compositions). Roundabout Debut. BROADWAY: House of Blue Leaves, Brighton Beach Memoirs. OFF BROADWAY: A Minister’s Wife (Lincoln Center), ADD1NG MACH1N3 (Minetta Lane), Whida Peru (Premieres); Model Apartment (Primary Stages), 3 Kinds of Exile (Atlantic), Water By The Spoonful (Second Stage). RECORDINGS: ADD1NG MACH1N3, A Minister’s Wife – (PS Classics).ASSOCIATE ARTIST: Alley Theatre, Writers Theatre in Glencoe. MEMBER: ASCAP. AWARDS: Lortel, Outer Critics, Jeff.