(Marigold). First New York job was understudying in the Roundabout’s Broadway production of A Touch of the Poet
. Other credits include, Off-Broadway: KIn
(Playwrights Horizons, dir. Sam Gold); Photograph 51
(Ensemble Studio Theatre); King Lear
(with Kevin Kline, The Public Theatre). Film & TV include: Liberal Arts
(dir. Josh Radnor); Synechdoche
, NY (dir. Charlie Kaufman); “L&O:SVU,” “The Good Wife,” “Blue Bloods,” “Suits,” “Person of Interest,” “Unforgettable,” and the upcoming “ElemeNtarY”. Ms. Bush trained at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
(Peter) appeared in the Roundabout production of Pygmalion
. Other Broadway credits include The American Plan
, the Tony-winning Journey’s End
and Our Town.
Off-Broadway: House and Garden
(MTC), Everett Beekin
(Lincoln Center), Substitution
(Soho Theater) among others, and regionally in Westport and Williamstown. Film and TV: The Adjustment Bureau, Children of Invention, "
The Sopranos," "Blue Bloods," "CSI: NY" and "CSI: Miami" and as the ethically challenged DA Henry North in the now-dead "All My Children."
Theater: Come Back Little Sheba
(CTG Los Angeles). Film credits include: I Love You Man, Quarantine 2, Group Sex, A Fork in the Road, YPF, Wasted
. Television credits include: “Dexter,” “Better With You,” “The Closer,” “Scrubs” and others. Josh is thrilled to be making his NY stage debut and would like to thank all involved in this production. Special thanks to mom, dad, Jessi, and his incredible wife Eleisha.
(Martin). Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof
. Off-Broadway: The Broken Heart
(TFANA), Titus Andronicus
(The Public Lab), Women Beware Women
(Red Bull Theatre), Macbeth
(NYSF). Television: “Cold Case,” “Medium,” “Without a Trace,” “Numb3rs.” Film: How I Got Lost.
Jacob is a graduate of The Juilliard School where he received the John Houseman Prize.
(Humphry) arrives fresh from the Roundabout’s production of Don’t Dress for Dinner.
He made his Broadway debut in Les Liaisons Dangereuses,
also for the Roundabout. Off-Broadway credits include Chaucer in Rome
(Lincoln Center), The White Devil
(Improbable UK), Tartuffe
(Delacorte), Fully Committed
(Cherry Lane). Tim played Zazu on the national tour of The Lion King.
He has worked with many NYC companies and over 20 regional theaters. Tim trained at Juilliard.
(Nick). Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Ritz.
(Playwrights Horizons), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
(Ars Nova), The Most Excellent Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
and As You Like It
(CSC and Florence, Italy). Regional: The Proud
(Dance Mission, San Francisco), A Midsummer Night’s Dream
at the Pittsburgh Public Theater and The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice
and The Glass Menagerie,
all at Texas Shakespeare Festival. TV: “Law & Order,” "Law & Order: SVU", “Guiding Light.” Film: My Idiot Brother, Bridge to Bourne
(short). MFA from NYU.
(Playwright) was born on Hayling Island on 21st October 1936. He began his writing career with Colmain (1963)
, the first of five novels, all published by Faber. He is the author of many plays for TV and radio, also films, including the 1987 adaptation of J L Carr’s A Month in the Country,
and TV films including Running Late
, After Pilkington
(winner of the Prix Italia) and Emmy Award-winning Unnatural Pursuits
. He wrote more than 30 stage plays amongst them Butley
and Otherwise Engaged
(which both received Evening Standard
Awards for Best Play), Close of Play
, The Rear Column
, Quartermaine’s Terms (winner of 8 Obie Awards), The Common Pursuit, Hidden Laughter, The Late Middle Classes (winner of the Barclay’s Best Play Award), Japes, The Old Masters (his ninth play to be directed by Harold Pinter) and Little Nell, which premiered at the Theatre Royal Bath in 2007, directed by Peter Hall. Little Nell was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2006, and Missing Dates in 2008. His acclaimed works of non-fiction are: An Unnatural Pursuit, How’s That for Telling ’Em, Fat Lady?, Fat Chance, Enter a Fox, The Smoking Diaries, The Year of the Jouncer, The Last Cigarette and Coda. The dramatisation of his Diaries, The Last Cigarette, co-authored with Hugh Whitemore and directed by Richard Eyre, played in the West End in Spring/Summer 2009. In 1990 Simon Gray was awarded the BAFTA Writer’s Award. He was appointed CBE in the 2005 New Year’s Honours for his services to Drama and Literature. He died on August 7th 2008. www.simongray.org.uk
MOISÉS KAUFMAN (Director). Broadway: Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (director), 33 Variations (writer & director; Tony nomination Best Play, Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award); I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright, (Obie Award, Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Lucille Lortel nominations). West End: Gross Indecency (writer & director, Gielgud Theatre), I Am My Own Wife (Duke of York Theater), This Is How It Goes by Neil LaBute (Donmar Warehouse). Off-Broadway/Regional: One Arm (Tectonic Theater Project/The New Group); Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Kirk Douglas Theater, Mark Taper Forum); The Laramie Project (writer and director; Theater In The Square, Drama Desk nomination); The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (writer & director; Alice Tully Hall); Gross Indecency: The Three Trials Of Oscar Wilde (writer & director; Lucille Lortell Award for Best Play, the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play and the Joe A. Callaway Award for Direction); Macbeth with Liev Schreiber (Delacorte Theater); One Arm by Tennessee Williams (Steppenwolf Theater Company); Master Class with Rita Moreno (Berkeley Repertory Theater); El Gato Con Botas (New Victory Theater); Film/TV: “The Laramie Project” (HBO, 2 Emmy nominations for writing & directing, Opening Night Selection at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, National Board of Review Award, the Humanitas Prize, Special Mention the Berlin Film Festival); “The L Word.” He is the Artistic Director of Tectonic Theater Project and a Guggenheim Fellow in Playwriting.