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CLIVE OWEN (Deeley) Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Clive Owen is celebrated by audiences in the U.K., the United States and around the world. His diverse choice of film credits proves him to be one of the most versatile actors of our day. With his captivating performance in the title role of Mike Hodges’s sleeper hit Croupier, critics have compared him to the likes of Bogart, Mitchum and Connery. In 2005 he proved himself a screen star by winning a Golden Globe and picking up an Academy Award nomination for his role as Larry in Closer directed by Mike Nichols. The film also starred Julia Roberts, Jude Law and Natalie Portman. Clive, a British actor, first came onto the scene in several British and American telefilms. In 1991 he starred in his first big hit, the UK television series “Chancer.” Other UK telefilm credits included the BBC's “Second Sight,” which aired on PBS's “Mystery!” Clive made his film debut in Beeban Kidron’s Vroom in 1988, in which he restores a classic‐American car to take off on the road with costar David Thewlis. Then, in 1991, he went on to play a brother who acts upon his incestuous feelings in Stephen Poliakoff’s Close My Eyes. Later, he continued to play complex characters as he stars as a reckless homosexual in corrupt pre‐war Germany who finds unconditional love while in a Nazi war camp in Sean Mathias’ Bent. In 2001 and 2002 respectively, he went on to star in Joel Hershman’s offbeat British comedy, Greenfingers, Mike Hodges’s Croupier and Robert Altman’s star-studded Gosford Park. Clive’s next films only added to his already brilliant and varied choice of film credits. He starred with Angelina Jolie in the romantic war drama Beyond Borders; the Mike Hodges thriller I’ll Sleep When I Am Dead; action war drama King Arthur; Sin City, which co‐starred Bruce Willis, Benicio Del Toro, Rosario Dawson and Jessica Alba; Derailed opposite Jennifer Aniston; Spike Lee’s thriller Inside Man opposite Denzel Washington and Jodie Foster; Alfonso Cuaron’s critically acclaimed action‐packed film Children of Men opposite Julianne Moore and Michael Caine; Michael Davis’s Shoot Em Up and Elizabeth: The Golden Age with Cate Blanchett, where he portrayed Sir Walter Raleigh. Other film credits include Tony Gilroy’s Duplicity opposite Julia Roberts, The International with Naomi Watts, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s The Intruders, Scott Hicks’s Boys are Back, Trust with Catherine Keener and Viola Davis, directed by David Schwimmer, The Killer Elite with Robert De Niro and Jason Statham, James Marsh’s critically acclaimed Shadow Dancer with Andrea Riseborough, Guillame Canet’s Blood Ties with Marion Cotillard, Zoe Saldana, Mila Kunis and Billy Crudup, and Fred Schepisi’s Words & Pictures with Juliette Binoche. In television, Clive was most recently seen starring in Steven Soderbergh’s “The Knick” for Cinemax, for which he earned a Golden Globe Best Actor nomination. Clive also serves as producer and is currently in production on season two. In 2011, Clive made his American TV debut in HBO’s Emmy nominated film “Hemingway and Gellhorn,” starring opposite Nicole Kidman and directed by Phil Kaufman. His performance earned him Emmy, SAG and Golden Globe nominations. Clive is also an acclaimed stage actor with roles included his portrayal of Romeo at the Young Vic, starring in Sean Mathias’s staging of Noel Coward’s Design for Living, and playing the lead role in the original production of Patrick Marber’s Closer at the Royal National Theater in 1997. In the fall of 2001, he starred in London in Lawrence Boswell’s staging of Peter Nichols’ A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. Clive starred as “the driver” in the series of BMW internet short features entitled “The Hire,” each directed by John Frankenheimer, Ang Lee, Wong Kar‐wai, Guy Ritchie and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.

EVE BEST (Anna) is an award-winning, classically trained British actress. She has twice been nominated for a Tony Award: in 2008 for her portrayal of “Ruth” in The Homecoming, directed by Daniel Sullivan, and in 2007 for the role of “Josie” opposite Kevin Spacey in Moon for the Misbegotten. She won a Drama Desk and an Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress for her role in Moon for the Misbegotten. She made her professional London stage debut starring opposite Jude Law in Tis Pity She’s a Whore, and won both the Evening Standard Award for Outstanding Newcomer and the London Critics Circle Award for Most Promising Newcomer 1999. In 2003, she won the London Critics Circle award for Best Actress in Mourning Becomes Electra, and in 2005 she won an Olivier Award for Best Actress a London Critics Circle Award for Hedda Gabler. Other theatre credits include Three Sisters, The Coast of Utopia, The Heiress, The Cherry Orchard (Royal National Theatre); As You Like It (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Misanthrope (Chichester Festiival Theatre); and Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe). Her feature film debut was in The King’s Speech directed by Tom Hooper, starring Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Her American television debut was as “Dr. O’Hara” in Showtime’s critically acclaimed and Emmy nominated series, “Nurse Jackie.” She has also starred as the title role in “Dolley Madison” for PBS, as well as “The Shadow Line,” “Prime Suspect VII,” “Lie With Me,” "Other Peoples Children” and “Shackleton.” Eve is a director of Shakespeare Link, a company that works with Shakespeare plays as a source of education and empowerment around the world. She has led Shakespeare workshops in London, Northern Ireland, Wales and New York, and in 2009 travelled to Africa to create a cross cultural production of Romeo & Juliet as part of an AIDS relief program in Mozambique.
 
KELLY REILLY (Kate) Reilly’s performance in After Miss Julie at the Donmar Warehouse made her a star of the London stage and earned her a nomination for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress of 2003. Reilly's performance in the British comedy film, Mrs. Henderson Presents, won her the Empire Award for Best Newcomer in 2006. Her first lead role came shortly after in the critically acclaimed British horror film, Eden Lake opposite Michael Fassbender, and following that, she had a high-profile role on ITV in the three-part police drama “Above Suspicion” opposite Helen Mirren. In the same year she also appeared in three major films, Sherlock Holmes opposite Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law, Triage opposite Colin Farrell, and Me & Orson Wells for director Richard Linklater. In 2011, she reprised her role as Mary Watson in Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows. She starred opposite Denzel Washington in the Robert Zemeckis film Flight, and most recently in the John Michael McDonagh film Calvary opposite Brendan Gleeson. Kelly is currently filming the next season of “True Detective” alongside Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn.

CARLY STREET (u/s Anna/Kate) Roundabout: Brief Encounter. Carly has appeared in over 60 film, television and theatre productions across North America. Most recently: an award-winning turn as Vanda in the Canadian premiere of Venus In Fur.  She was last seen on Broadway in Clybourne Park and will premiere Theresa Rebeck's The Nest this winter. Graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.

PATRICK BOLL (u/s Deeley) Originally from Grosse Pointe, Michigan; graduate of NYU. This is Patrick’s 95th production. Roundabout: Twentieth Century. Other Broadway: Mamma Mia, Faith Healer, Hedda Gabler, Death of a Salesman and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Off-Broadway: Lots with Transport Group and others. Regional: Much. TV/Film: “The Good Wife,” “VEEP,” all “Law & Order”(s). Upcoming: “How To Be Single.” patrickboll.com.

HAROLD PINTER (Playwright) was born on October 10, 1930, in East London. Plays in chronological order are The Room; The Birthday Party; The Dumb Waiter; A Slight Ache; The Hothouse; The Caretaker; A Night Out; Night School; The Dwarfs; The Collection; The Lover; Tea Party; The Homecoming; The Basement; Landscape; Silence; Old Times; Monologue; No Man’s Land; Betrayal; Other Places; comprising Family Voices, Victoria Station and A King of Alaska; One for the Road; Mountain Language; Party Time; Moonlight; Ashes to Ashes; Celebration. Screenplays: The Servant, The Pumpkin Eater, The Quiller Memorandum, Accident, The Go‐ Between, Langrishe, Go Down, The Last Tycoon, A La  Recherche du Temps Perdu, The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Turtle Diary, Reunion, The Heart of the Day, The Handmaid’s Tale, The Comfort of Strangers, The Trial, Sleuth.

DOUGLAS HODGE (Director) returns to Roundabout Theatre Company following his critically acclaimed performance as Cyrano in the 2012 Broadway production of Cyrano de Bergerac. An Olivier‐ and Tony Award winning actor, Douglas is currently playing Inspector Rusk in season two of “Penny Dreadful,” opposite Eva Green and Josh Hartnett. He has recently wrapped work on Tulip Fever for director Justin Chadwick and The Weinstein Company. In May, Douglas completed his celebrated year‐long run as the legendary Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, directed on the West End by Sam Mendes. For his performance, Douglas was nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for the fifth time, following nominations for 2012 Best Actor for Inadmissible Evidence (nomination), 2009 Best Actor in a Musical for La Cage Aux Folles (winner), 2006 Best Actor in a Musical for Guys and Dolls (nomination) and 2001 Best Supporting Actor for The Caretaker (nomination). Known as a premiere interpreter of Harold Pinter’s plays, Douglas surprised and starred as Albin in the West End production and Broadway transfer of La Cage Aux Folles for which his performance won him a Tony Award (Best Actor), a Drama Desk Award (Best Actor) and an Outer Critics Award (Best Actor). Douglas’s versatility extends into his work in film and television. He has appeared on the big screen for major directors including Robin Hood directed by Ridley Scott, Diana directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, and Vanity Fair directed by Mira Nair. His television credits include “One Night” (BBC) and the miniseries “The Town” and “Secret State.” Douglas was the associate director for the Donmar Theatre’s sold out West End run of See How They Run. He also has two albums of compositions: Cowley Road Songs and Nightbus, and won the Stiles and Drew Best Songwriter Award in 2011.

CHRISTINE JONES (Set Design) Roundabout: Everyday Rapture. Broadway: American Idiot (Tony Award), Hands on a Hardbody, On a Clear Day, Spring Awakening (Tony Nom), The Green Bird (Drama Desk Nom), Coraline. Other: Let the Right One In (West End), What’s it all About?, Bacharach Reimagined, The Book of Longing, The Onion Cellar, Burn This, True Love. Opera: Rigoletto, The Elephant Man, Lucia di Lammermoor, Giulio Cesare. Artistic Director of Theatre for One; Director of Queen of the Night. She teaches at NYU.
 
CONSTANCE HOFFMAN (Costume Design) has designed costumes for opera, dance, and theatre. Among others, she has designed for Roundabout, The Public, Second Stage, TFANA, Madison Square Garden, Radio City, The Joyce, and New York City Opera. Internationally, she has worked with Bregenzer Festspiele, English National Opera, Deustche Oper, Glyndebourne, Paris Opera, New Israeli Opera, Bayerische Staatsoper, and Tokyo Opera Nomori, among others. She earned a Tony nomination and an Outer Critics Circle Award for The Green Bird, directed by Julie Taymor.
 
JAPHY WEIDEMAN (Lighting Design). Roundabout: Significant Other, Cyrano de Bergerac, Sons of the Prophet, Tigers Be Still. Broadway: The Visit (Tony Nom), Airline Highway (Tony Nom), The Nance (Tony Nom), The Heidi Chronicles, Of Mice and Men (Tony Nom), Macbeth at LCT (Drama Desk Nom), and The Snow Geese. Off-Broadway: Lincoln Center Theatre, The Public, NYTW, Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, MTC, MCC, LAByrinth, The Vineyard. Upcoming: Sylvia (Broadway).

CLIVE GOODWIN (Sound Design) Broadway: The Glass Menagerie, Once (Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Musical). Off-Broadway: Once (Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding Sound Design), Soul Doctor, Threepenny Opera, What's It All About (American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA), Pippin, The Glass Menagerie, Once, Prometheus Bound, The Blue Flower (IRNE and Elliot Norton awards for Best Sound Design of a Musical); Cabaret (worldwide). Sound designer/engineer for Radiohead, Underworld and Pulp. Film/TV: Greetings from Tim Buckley, "Strictly Come Dancing," "Later… With Jools Holland" and “The Sound of Musicals” (BBC).

THOM YORKE (Music) is a British musician best known as singer, principal songwriter and multi‐instrumentalist in the band Radiohead. In addition to Radiohead’s catalogue of albums including “Pablo Honey,” “The Bends,” “OK Computer,” “Kid A,” “Amnesiac,” “Hail To The Thief,” “In Rainbows” and “The King Of Limbs,” Thom has recorded and performed extensively outside the band. His debut solo album, “The Eraser,” was released in 2006. In 2009, he released the double A‐side single “Feeling Pulled Apart By Horses/The Hollow Earth” and formed the band Atoms For Peace. Named for a song on “The Eraser,” Atoms For Peace performed songs from that album live for the first time, and later released its debut album “Amok” in 2013. Most recently, Thom released his second solo record “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes” in 2014.

AMANDA MILLER (Hair Design) Roundabout: Cyrano de Bergerac. Atlantic Theater Company: Happy Hour, The Threepenny Opera. Soho Rep: Lear, Vanya and Marie Antoinette. TV: Baz Luhrmann's "The Get Down," Marvel's "Luke Cage," "Happyish," "The Good Wife," "Homeland," "The Following," "Damages," "Blue Bloods," "Saturday Night Live," "Unforgettable," "Orange is the New Black" and "Boardwalk Empire." Film: Experimenter, The Wolf of Wall Street, Inside Llewyn Davis, Fairgame. 2012 New York Women in Film and Television's Designing Women Hair Design Honoree. wigshairmakeup.com.

NEVIN HEDLEY (Production Stage Manager). Roundabout: The Winslow Boy, Cyrano, Man and Boy, 39 Steps. Other Broadway: Medea, Peter Pan. International: National Theatre de Chaillot, Paris; Teatro San Carlos, Lisbon. Regional/Off-Broadway: Laura Pels, New World Stages, Town Hall, Aaron Davis Hall, the Ahmanson, Seattle Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse, the Muny, Pittsburgh Public, the Huntington, the Kennedy Center, Arvada Center, Bay Street.