Past Shows

Who's Who

SHIRINE BABB (Celia Jones). Roundabout debut. Broadway: Macbeth with Ethan Hawke (LCT). Off-Broadway: Around the World in 80 Days (New Theatre at 45th), Aliens with Extraordinary Skills (Women's Project), A Role Once Played (AUDELCO Award nom.). Selected Regional: Title role in Antony & Cleopatra (Shakespeare Festival St. Louis 2015 Theatre Critic Circle nom.), Disgraced (Long Wharf 2015 CT Critic Circles nom.), The Merchant of Venice with sir Derek Jacobi (The Strathmore), Measure & Dido with sir Derek Jacobi (Kennedy Center). TV/Media: "Iron Fist," "I Love You, But I Lied," "Blue Bloods," "Madam Secretary." Upcoming: Title role in Antony & Cleopatra (Folger). MA East 15 Conservatory, UK and MFA Old Globe PTAP.

ALYSSA BRESNAHAN (Luda). Broadway, Lincoln Center: War Horse (Rose Narracott). Off-Broadway: Hamlet, Measure for Measure (Theater for a New Audience) Necessary Targets (Variety Arts). Denver/UK tour: Tantalus (co-production, RSC/ Denver Theater Center). Regional: Napoli, Brooklyn, A Moon for The Misbegotten, The Front Page (Long Wharf), The Rose Tattoo, Heartbreak House, (Goodman), A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Night of the Iguana, (Hartford Stage), Antigone (South Coast Rep). Film: Sollers Point (2017 release), The Wrestler, 27 Dresses. TV: “Blacklist,” “Law & Order.” Multiple award winning Audio Book Narrator. Education: NYU, Experimental Theater Wing.

JULIET BRETT (Connie Duffy). Roundabout debut. Off-Broadway: What I Did Last Summer (Signature Theater), Desire (59e59), Beth Henley's The Jacksonian (The New Group). Film: Noah Baumbach's Mistress America, A Most Violent Year, Admission with Tina Fey. On the web, Juliet plays Amy in “Redheads Anonymous.” TV: “Red Oaks” (recurring), “Law & Order,” “Deadbeat,” “CSI: NY.” Regional Theater: Rajiv Joseph's world premiere of Mr. Wolf (Cleveland Playhouse), projects at NYSAF, Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. Upcoming: Summer (film). Instagram and Twitter: @JulietBrett.

JORDYN DiNATALE (Francesca Muscolino) is thrilled to be making her Roundabout debut! Off-Broadway: Recall (Colt Coeur). Regional: Napoli, Brooklyn (Long Wharf Theatre). TV: "Shades of Blue," "Mindhunter," "Inside Amy Schumer," "Eye Candy." Film: Truth Slash Fiction (Best Actress in a Comedy, iTVFest and SeriesFest), How Far She Went, Fry Day (Tribeca Film Festival). Love and thanks to my family and friends.

LEV GORN (Nic Muscolino) Napoli, Brooklyn is Lev's first show at the Roundabout. TV: “The Americans” (series regular), “Madam Secretary” (recurring), “NCIS” (recurring), “Blue Bloods,” “Taken,” “Bored To Death,” “Brotherhood,” “The Wire” (recurring). Film: Cafe Society, Once Upon A Time In Queens, Ace The Case, Blue Collar Boys, Pawn Sacrifice, Keen, Sangre De Mi Sangre.

LILLI KAY (Tina Muscolino) graduated from Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in May 2017. She is the proud descendant of fiery, fiercely loving Italian immigrants, and could not be more excited to be making her New York theatre debut in Napoli, Brooklyn. She comes to Roundabout Theatre Company with love and gratitude for her wonderful folks, her CMU family, and her mom's pasta e fagioli.

ELISE KIBLER (Vita Muscolino) is a female with brown hair and a strong immune system. Broadway: The Heidi Chronicles, This Is Our Youth. Off-Broadway: Indian Summer (Playwrights Horizons), London Wall (Mint Theater), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare in the Square).

ERIK LOCHTEFELD (Albert Duffy). Roundabout: debut. Broadway: Misery, Metamorphoses. Off-Broadway: The Light Years (Playwrights Horizons), A Funny Thing…of NYC (MCC), Stupid F***ing Bird (The Pearl), Small Mouth Sounds (Ars Nova), Powerhouse (New Ohio), Row After Row (Women’s Project), Tamar of the River (Prospect Theatre), Melancholy Play (13P), February House (Public Theatre). Regional: Unknown Soldier (Williamstown), Hamlet (Yale Rep), Candide (Goodman, Shakespeare and Huntington Theatre), as well as work with Long Wharf, The O’Neill, Hartford Stage, Two River Theatre, McCarter, Centerstage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Lookingglass, Chicago Shakespeare, Intiman, Seattle Rep, Berkeley Rep, Cal Shakes, Mark Taper Forum, among others. TV/Film: “Madame Secretary,” The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, “All My Children,” “Third Watch,” “Law & Order.” He is a graduate of Northwestern University and is married to playwright Laura Eason.

MEGHAN KENNEDY (Playwright) Meghan Kennedy’s plays include Napoli, Brooklyn (world premiere co-production Long Wharf Theater and Roundabout Theatre, Doris Duke Foundation grant recipient), Too Much, Too Much, Too Many (Roundabout Underground, published by Dramatists’ Play Service), and Light (winner of David Calicchio Emerging American Playwright Prize). Meghan is under commission from Roundabout Theatre Company, Williamstown Theater Festival and The Geffen Playhouse. An alum of Page 73 and Ars Nova, her plays have been produced around the U.S., Ireland, and Sweden. She is currently writing for the upcoming TV show "Rise" (NBC)She lives in Brooklyn.

GORDON EDELSTEIN (Director) has directed over two-hundred plays, musicals, and operas across the U.S. as well as Europe. His most recent NYC credits include the award-winning Satchmo at the Waldorf (starring John Douglas Thompson; Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Outstanding Solo Performance) and My Name is Asher Lev (Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play). His acclaimed Long Wharf Theatre production of The Glass Menagerie played the Roundabout Theatre Company and the Mark Taper Forum and was the recipient of the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Revival. For the Roundabout, he also directed the Broadway production of Athol Fugard’s The Road to Mecca, the American Premiere of A Skull in Connemara by Martin McDonaugh, and Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming. Other New York work includes Richard Nelson’s Some Americans Abroad (Second Stage), the premiere of BFE by Julia Cho (Playwrights Horizons), The Day the Bronx Died by Michael Henry Brown, the world premiere of Dael Orlandersmith’s Horsedreams (Rattlestick), and many others. Last year, he directed Audra McDonald in A Moon for the Misbegotten at Williamstown Theatre Festival. He is in his fifteenth season as Artistic Director of Long Wharf Theatre (New Haven, CT), where he has a continued artistic association with Athol Fugard, directing the world premieres of The Shadow of the Hummingbird (also starring Fugard), Have You Seen Us?, and Coming Home, as well as the East Coast premiere of The Train Driver. His directing work at Long Wharf has been recognized by six Connecticut Critics Circle Awards, as well as the Tom Killen Award, given annually to an individual who has made an indelible impact on the Connecticut theatrical landscape. Recent Long Wharf Theatre credits include Steve Martin’s Meteor Shower (a world premiere co-production with The Old Globe in San Diego), Ayad Akhtar’s Disgraced (a co-production with the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston), Joe DiPietro’s The Second Mrs. Wilson, Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapine Agile, Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, William Mastrosimone’s Ride the Tiger, and Terry Teachout’s Satchmo at the Waldorf, and the upcoming Adam Gopnik (book & lyrics) and David Shire (music) world premiere musical Table. Before Long Wharf, he served for five years as Artistic Director of ACT in Seattle. He has directed regionally from Washington, D.C.’s Arena Stage to Alaska’s Perseverance Theatre, including such plays as Uncle Vanya (also adapted), Mourning Becomes Electra (also adapted), The Crucible (Wall Street Journal Best Regional Production of the Year), Death of a Salesman, A Doll’s House (also adapted), The Front Page, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Betrayal, Blithe Spirit, You Can’t Take It With You, Hay Fever, and premieres of Scent of the Roses (starring Julie Harris), and A New War by Gippe Hoppe. He recreated his production of The Day the Bronx Died with a British cast at London’s Tricycle Theatre, and he did the same for his production of The Crucible with a Romanian cast  (at the National Theatre in Romania.  He directed both La Traviata and La Boheme for Connecticut Grand Opera and the world premiere of two operas: The Wild Goose Circus at Pennsylvania Opera Theatre and Black Water at the OPERA America Festival. He received an Emmy Nomination for his directing of “Abby My Love” for CBS and directed “Street Smart” for HBO and “Notes For My Daughter” for ABC. He has taught directing and acting at NYU, Brown University, and Cornish College for the Arts and has guest lectured at several universities around the country including Yale, Harvard, Carleton and Grinnell Colleges.

EUGENE LEE (Set Design). Roundabout Theatre Company debut. Production designer: “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” Broadway/international: Wicked. Other Broadway credits: Bright Star, Ragtime, Show Boat, Sweeney Todd. Film credits: Coppola’ s Hammett, Huston's Mr. North, Malle’s Vanya on 42nd Street, Demme’s A Master Builder. BFA: Art Institute of Chicago, Carnegie Mellon. MFA: Yale Drama. Three honorary PhDs. Awards: Tony, Drama Desk, Lortel, Emmy, Elliot Norton Award, New York Theater Hall of Fame. He lives in Providence with his wife, Brooke.

JANE GREENWOOD (Costume Design). Roundabout Theatre Company: Thérèse Raquin, Present Laughter, Waiting for Godot, Heartbreak House, A Month in the Country. Over 135 Broadway/Off-Broadway credits. MTC: The Little Foxes. Metropolitan Opera: Adriana Lecouvreur, Dialogue of the Carmelites, The Great Gatsby. Chicago Lyric Opera: Nabucco and Rigoletto. San Francisco Opera: La Favorita. Film: Arthur, Can't Stop the Music, Glengarry Glen Ross. Awards: Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement, Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award, Theater Hall of Fame, 20 Tony nominations. Professor, Yale School of Drama.

BEN STANTON (Lighting Design). Roundabout Theatre Company: The Dream of the Burning Boy. Broadway: Six Degrees of Separation, Fully Committed, Deaf West’s Spring Awakening (Tony nom.), Fun Home (Tony nom.), An Enemy of the People, Seminar. Recent Off- Broadway: YEN (Lortel nom., MCC), Derren Brown: Secret (Atlantic Theater Company), The Outer Space (Joe's Pub), Incognito (Manhattan Theatre Club), Dot (Vineyard Theatre). Designs for live music: Beirut, Other Lives, Regina Spektor, St. Vincent, Sufjan Stevens. 2015 Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Lighting Design.

FITZ PATTON (Sound Design). Broadway: Present Laughter, The Little Foxes, The Humans, Blackbird, Our Mother’s Brief Affair, It’s Only a Play, An Act of God, Airline Highway, The Other Place, I’ll Eat You Last, Outside Mullingar, Casa Valentina, The House of Blue Leaves, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Broadway Bound. Off-Broadway: YEN. 2010 Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk awards for When the Rain Stops Falling (LCT) and 2016 Drama Desk for The Humans. He is the founding editor of Chance Magazine, a serialized art book on theatre and design.

STEPHEN GABIS (Dialect Coach). Roundabout Theatre Company: 19 productions including The Price; Love, Love, Love; Long Day’s Journey Into Night; The Winslow Boy; The 39 Steps; Heartbreak House; Juno; and The Paycock. Selected Broadway/Off-Broadway: Indecent, Present Laughter, Incognito, Heisenberg, Beautiful, Once, Outside Mullingar, A View From the Bridge, Doubt, Jersey Boys. Selected film/TV: Spotlight, “Boardwalk Empire,” Across the Universe, Bernard and Doris.

RICK SORDELET (Fight Director) and his son Christian are creators of Sordelet INC. 72 Broadway productions, 62 productions on five continents. Hundreds of regional theatres. Current: Julius Caesar for Shakespeare in the Park, Indecent on Broadway, Macbeth, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Carmen for Heartbeat Opera, Stunt coordinators "Kevin Can Wait" starring Kevin James. Rick is also a partner with author David Blixt of an e-publishing company called SordeletINK. www.sordeletink.com

TOM WATSON (Hair and Wig Design) is head of the wig and makeup at Metropolitan Opera House. He has designed more than 80 Broadway productions including Wicked, Rock of Ages, How to Succeed..., The Addams Family, Annie, Act One, You Can't Take It with You, The King and I (LCT and tour), The Sound of Music (national tour), Dames at Sea, Therese Raquin, Fiddler on the Roof (Broadway and tour), Bright Star, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Falsettos and The Little Foxes.

COLE BONENBERGER (Production Stage Manager). Broadway: Dividing the Estate. Off-Broadway: Linda (MTC); The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, The Comedy of Errors, February House (The Public); Aubergine, Familiar, The Qualms, Stage Kiss, The Great God Pan, (Playwrights Horizons); Tamburlaine Parts I & II, The Killer (TFANA); Night Is a Room, The Liquid Plain, The Old Friends, The Orphans’ Home Cycle, Landscape of the Body and The Trip to Bountiful (Signature Theatre).

SHANE SCHNETZLER (Stage Manager). Roundabout Theatre Company: Look Back in Anger, The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, The Language Archive, Ordinary Days, Distracted, Streamers. Off-Broadway: The Profane, Rancho Viejo, Familiar (Playwrights Horizons); The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, The Comedy of Errors, Detroit ’67 (The Public); Night Is a Room, The Liquid Plain, The Old Friends (Signature Theatre); The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Cymbeline (Fiasco/TFANA).