Past Shows

Sons of the Prophet Who's Who

YUSEF BULOS (Bill). Recent: Sons of the Prophet - Huntington, The Torch Bearers - Williamstown Theatre, Anne Carson's An Oresteia and The Tempest - CSC. Broadway: The Rabbi, 2004 Fiddler on the Roof, Arthur Kopit's Indians, Shaw's Captain Brassbound's Conversion. Off-Broadway: The American Pilot - MTC, Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul, Jose Rivera's Sueno, Mac Wellman's Crowbar, A Dybbuk. Regionally: Guthrie, Yale Rep, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage. Film/TV: "Awakenings", "Tattinger's", "Law and Order", "Sex and the City". Training: AADA.
 

JONATHAN LOUIS DENT (Vin). Jonathan Louis Dent originated the role of "Vin" in the world premiere of Sons of the Prophet at the Huntington Theater Company. He has regional credits that include Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 (Actors' Shakespeare Project) and The Good Negro (Company One); and an ongoing tour of his original solo-show piece, Mr. Glass. He received his B.A. from Brown University where he was a Weston Fine Arts Award recipient for acting.
 
SANTINO FONTANA (Joseph). Roundabout: The Importance of Being Earnest, Sunday in the Park With George. Broadway: Brighton Beach Memoirs (Drama Desk Award), Billy Elliot. Off-Broadway: The Fantasticks (original revival cast), Perfect Harmony. Regional: title role in Hamlet (Guthrie); Hay Fever (Old Globe); Love's Labour's Lost, On the Verge, 9/11 Project, Once in a Lifetime (Chautauqua Theater Co.); As You Like It, Death of a Salesman, Six Degrees of Separation, A Christmas Carol, The Boys (Guthrie). International: Death of a Salesman (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin). Film: Newsworthy and the upcoming Fade to White and Nancy, Please. Television: "The Good Wife" and upcoming "Nurse Jackie." New York Stage and Film, 2010. Sundance Theatre Lab, 2005; Presidential Scholar in the Arts. BFA, Guthrie/UMN Actor Training Program.
 
JOANNA GLEASON (Gloria). Gleason is an all-encompassing actress with credits ranging from Broadway to feature films to television series. She is the recipient of a Best Actress Tony Award, A Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critic's Award for her performance in Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods. Gleason also received Tony nominations for her performances in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Joe Egg. Other Broadway credits Nick and Nora, I Love My Wife, The Real Thing and Social Security. Off Broadway includes roles in “Happiness” for Lincoln Center Theatre, Something You Did at Primary Stages and The Normal Heart at The Public Theatre. Her feature film credits include Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors and Hannah and Her Sister, as well as Heartburn, FX2, Road Ends, My Sassy Girl, Mr. Holland's Opus, Boogie Nights, The Wedding Planner and The Rebound. Some of Gleason's major television credits include recurring roles on “The West Wing,” “E.R.,” “Friends,” “King of the Hill,” “How to Make it in America,” and “The Good Wife.” She was a series regular and director on “Oh Baby” for Lifetime. Other series regular credits include CBS' “Bette,” “Temporarily Yours” and “Love and War,” which she also directed. She is the author of the forthcoming novel, “Rancho Mirage.”
 
LIZBETH MACKAY (Mrs. McAndrew). Broadway: All My Sons; Doubt; The Price; Abe Lincoln In Illinois; The Heiress; Death and the Maiden; Crimes of the Heart (Theatre World, Outer Critics Circle, Hollywood Dramalogue Awards). Off-Broadway: Durang, Durang; Tales of the Lost Formicans and many more. Lots of regional theatre including, most recently, A Slight Hitch at Williamstown and Sons of the Prophet at the Huntington Theatre. Several movies and all the NYC TV shows. Yale Drama School and Katie and John's mom.
 
DEE NELSON (Dr. Manor) is making her New York debut in Sons of the Prophet, having appeared in the world premiere with the Huntington Theatre Company. She has also worked regionally at Trinity Rep, Merrimack Rep, W.H.A.T., Peterborough Players, and many others, and has received an Elliot Norton Award. Dee has acted in films including State and Main and Moonlight Mile, and on TV shows including "Friday Night Lights," "The Sopranos," "Grey's Anatomy," and "Judging Amy."
 
CHRIS PERFETTI (Charles). Chris is honored to make his NY debut with this incredible company. Regional credits include: GEVA Theatre Center and the Hangar Theatre. Education: BFA SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory. Thanks to Peter, Charles, Perry, and everyone at Abrams. www.chrisperfetti.com
 
CHARLES SOCARIDES (Timothy). Theatre: Trust (Second Stage, Peter DuBois), The Marriage of Bette and Boo (Roundabout, Walter Bobbie), The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall (Stage 13, Sam Gold), Indian Blood (Primary Stages, Mark Lamos), Awake and Sing! (Belasco Theatre), Old Money (Lincoln Center), Sons of the Prophet (Huntington Theatre, Peter DuBois), Lulu (Yale Rep). Flim: Breaking Upwards, The Missing Person, Virgin (Deborah Kampmeier, dir.), Jesus Children of America (Spike Lee, dir.) TV: "Law and Order," "Guiding Light," "Starved."
 
STEPHEN KARAM (Playwright). Karam is the author of Speech & Debate which was produced off-Broadway by Roundabout Theatre Company as the inaugural production of Roundabout Underground. Following an extended run in New York, Speech & Debate has received over 100 productions across the U.S. and Canada. Other plays include Sons of the Prophet (co-world premiere by Huntington/Roundabout Theater Companies), columbinus (New York Theatre Workshop), Girl on Girl (Brown/Trinity Playwrights Rep), and Emma (a re-imagining of Jane Austen's novel), performed this spring by the Professional Performing Arts High School in NYC. His work is published by Dramatists Play Service and Dramatic Publishing Company and his freelance writing has appeared in The Advocate and McSweeneys.net. Current projects include the film version of Speech & Debate and Dark Sisters, an original chamber opera with composer Nico Muhly (a co-production of Gotham Chamber Opera, Music-Theatre Group and Opera Company of Philadelphia). A MacDowell Colony Fellow, Stephen grew up in Scranton, PA and received his B.A. from Brown University.

PETER DUBOIS (Director). DuBois is the Artistic Director of the Huntington Theatre Company, where he has directed the world premieres of Stephen Karam's Sons of the Prophet, Bob Glaudini's Vengeance is the Lord's, and David Grimm's The Miracle at Naples, Craig Lucas' Prelude to a Kiss, and Gina Gionfriddo's Becky Shaw. He will direct Zach Braff's All Good People at Second Stage Theatre this June, as well as Sons of the Prophet at the Roundabout Theatre Company and Gina Gionfriddo's Rapture, Blister, Burn at Playwrights Horizons next season. He recently directed the Off Broadway production of Paul Weitz's Trust at Second Stage Theatre and the U.K. premiere of Becky Shaw for London's Almeida Theatre in addition to directing its Off Broadway production at Second Stage Theatre and its world premiere at the Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Prior to arriving at the Huntington, he served for five years as associate producer and resident director at The Public Theater, preceded by five years as artistic director of the Perseverance Theatre in Juneau, Alaska. His Public Theater directing credits include Glaudini's Jack Goes Boating with Philip Seymour Hoffman and A View from 151st Street, both with LAByrinth Theater Company; Measure for Pleasure (SSDF Callaway Award for Excellence in Direction; Drama League Award nomination for Distinguished Production of a New Play); Richard III with Peter Dinklage; Adrienne Kennedy's Mom, How Did You Meet the Beatles?; and Biro. Selected directing credits for Perseverance include The Seagull, The Winter's Tale, Romeo and Juliet, and The Glass Menagerie, as well as the West Coast premiere of Suzan-Lori Parks' In the Blood and the world premiere of Chay Yew's Long Season. Regional credits include a revival of Sam Shepard's The Curse of the Starving Class at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and productions at Trinity Repertory Company and California Shakespeare Theater. Prior to his work at Perseverance, Mr. DuBois lived and worked in the Czech Republic where he co-founded Asylum, a multi-national squat theatre in Prague.