Bobbie Clearly

Who's Who

GABRIEL BROWN (Pete Pfeifer). Roundabout debut. Off-Broadway: Love & Money (Signature Theatre); The Mystery of Love and Sex and The City of Conversation (Lincoln Center Theater). Regional: Tartuffe (Huntington Theatre); Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Ovation Award, Mark Taper Forum); Love & Money, A Raisin in the Sun (Westport Country Playhouse).  Film: Mr. Malevolent (upcoming). Television: Issa Rae’s “Minimum Wage,” “I’m Dying Up Here,” and “Madam Secretary.” Training: University of North Carolina School of the Arts.  
SASHA DIAMOND (Meghan Gotschell). Broadway: Significant Other. Off-Broadway: Kentucky, Double Suicide at Ueno Park! (Ensemble Studio Theatre), The Wong Kids (Ma-Yi Theatre Company, Off-Broadway Alliance Award). Regional: The Birds, Peerless (Barrington Stage Company), The Winners (HotCity Theatre). TV: “High Maintenance” (HBO), “The Romanoffs” (Amazon). Workshops with The Lark Play Development Center, Long Wharf Theatre Company, Atlantic Theater Company, Roundabout Theatre Company, Second Generation Productions, and the Flea Theater. Proud member of Ensemble Studio Theatre.
ETHAN DUBIN (Bobbie). Roundabout debut. Off-Broadway: Rancho Viejo (Playwrights Horizons); The World My Mama Raised (Clubbed Thumb). Select regional credits include: peerless, His Girl Friday (Barrington Stage Company). He has developed new work with Atlantic, Playwrights Realm, Quick Silver, SPACE on Ryder Farms, and more. TV: "Orange Is the New Black." Upcoming, the Coen Brothers' "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" on Netflix. Ethan is a member of The Actors Center, and Playwrights Horizon's Generation Artistic Committee.
CRYSTAL FINN (Jane Welch). Roundbout: Kingdom Come. NY: Villa (The Play Company), Pocatello, Antlia Pneumatica (Playwrights Horizons), Summer Shorts (59E59), Bird in the Hand (Fulcrum), Washed up on the Potomac (The Pool). She has performed the plays Five Genocides, Luther, La Brea, 16 Words or less, The Pool Skimmer, and Plano all with Clubbed Thumb where she is an affiliated artist. TV/Film: 16 Words or Less, The Tick (Amazon/Sony). BA: UC Berkeley. MFA from Brown/Trinity.
MARCUS HO (Russ Scott) is "Over the Moon" to be making his Roundabout debut. Off-Broadway: Three Tree's, The Shanghai Gesture, Shogun Macbeth, Rashomon and Poet of Columbus Ave. TV/film: 2 Days in New York, Love Repeat, Kick2, “Succession,” “Instinct,” “BrainDead,” “Bull,” “Madam Secretary,” “Designated Survivor,” “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” “Royal Pains” and “The Good Wife.” Marcus is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts; Atlantic Acting/P.A.W. This is for Ben.
CHRISTOPHER INNVAR (Stanley Welch). Roundabout at Studio 54: 110 in the ShadeThe Threepenny OperaThe People in the Picture. Other Broadway: The Snow Geese, The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, Les Misérables, Victor/Victoria. Off-Broadway: Harper Regan; Atlantic, King Lear; NYSF, Floyd CollinsGun-shy; Playwright’s Horizons, Big Love; Signature also Red Bull, Transport Group, MTC, LTC. Associate Artist with Barrington Stage Co and The Shakespeare Theatre Co. Recent Film/TV: The Post, “The Sinner,” “Chicago Fire,” “Blacklist: Redemption.”
TYLER LEA (Eddie Welch) is making his Roundabout/Off-Broadway debut. He was most recently seen as Christopher Boone on Broadway in the Tony Award winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Trained at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts under Dean Gerald Freedman.
TALENE MONAHON (Megan Currie). New York: The Government Inspector (Red Bull), Tell Hector I Miss Him (Atlantic Theater Company), Permission (MCC), Alligator (New Georges/Sol Project), Widower’s Houses (TACT/Gingold), The Wild Party (Encores! Off-Center), and Here’s Hoover! (Les Freres Corbusier). Talene originated roles in the world premieres of Confederacy of Dunces (Huntington Theater Company) and Hollywood (La Jolla Playhouse). Playwright: How to Load a Musket (Cape Cod Theater Project) and All in Good Fun (Peterborough Players). B.A. Dartmouth College.
BRIAN QUIJADA (Mitch Backes) is making his Roundabout debut. Off-Broadway: Oedipus El Rey at The Public Theater, My Mañana Comes at Playwrights Realm and Where Did We Sit on the Bus? at Ensemble Studio Theatre (Drama Desk Nomination). Select Regional Theatre: Where Did We Sit on the Bus? at Victory Gardens, Teatro Vista and Boise Contemporary Theatre; How We Got On and Airness at Actors Theatre of Louisville's Humana Festival; Beat Generation at Merrimack Repertory Theatre; TV: “Blue Bloods” and “Manhattan Love Story.”
CONSTANCE SHULMAN (Darla London). Theater: Barbecue, The Public; The Rose Tattoo, Williamstown Theater Festival; (not so recent) original cast of Steel Magnolias, WPA, Lucille Lortel. Film: The Broken Ones, Better Off Single, Most Likely To Murder...Fried Green Tomatoes, Sweet and Lowdown.  TV: Broad City, SVU, The Blacklist, Orange is the New Black (SAG award for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series).  Voice of Patti Mayonnaise in Nickelodeon/ABC Disney's, Doug.  Co-produced the documentary, Looks Like Laury, Sounds Like Laury (America ReFramed), NYTimes top 10 doc list for 2015.
JD TAYLOR (Derek Nelson). Theater credits include: The Last Match (Roundabout), Sundown, Yellow Moon (Ars Nova/WP Theater), Jiehae Park's peerless (Yale Rep), The Understudy (McCarter), Rich Girl (Old Globe), Ironbound (Pittsburgh City Theatre), Ed, Downloaded (Denver Center Theatre), Leslye Headland’s Bachelorette (Studio Theatre), Red (Asolo Rep & Maltz Jupiter Theatre), She Stoops To Conquer (Williamstown Theatre Festival), I Hate Hamlet (Dorset Theatre Festival). TV/Film credits include: ElementaryThe Good Wife, and The Mend. MFA: NYU Graduate Acting.
ALEX LUBISCHER (Playwright) is a playwright from Nebraska and a second-year candidate in the Playwriting Program at the Yale School of Drama. Prior to pursuing his MFA, Alex spent several years in Chicago, followed by a short time in New York as a member of the Page 73 Writers Group. His plays include PIG.GOV, Bobbie Clearly, Ogalala, Blood Special, The Xylophone West, Acts of Contrition, Weird Kids, and Survey No. 5. He has been a semifinalist for the P73 Playwriting Fellowship, a two-time finalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, and a resident playwright at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. In Chicago, his scripts have been produced by Steep Theatre Company, Haven Theatre, The Fine Print Theatre Company, Collaboraction, and Tympanic Theatre Company, among others. He has developed new work at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Victory Gardens Theater, The House Theatre, Route 66 Theatre Company, Interrobang Theatre Project, and the Great Plains Theatre Conference. Alex received his B.A. from the University of Southern California and is a proud alumnus of the National Theater Institute.
WILL DAVIS (Director) is a director and choreographer focused on physically adventurous new work and old plays in new ways. He is also the newly appointed artistic director of American Theater Company (ATC). Recent projects include: Evita, re-imagined for the Olney Theatre Center for which he is nominated for a Helen Hayes award, Men on Boats by Jaclyn Backhaus for Clubbed Thumb's Summerworks, Playwrights Horizons and ATC; William Inge's Picnic re-imagined for ATC, DUAT by Daniel Alexander Jones for Soho Rep; Orange Julius by Basil Kreimendahl; Mike Iveson’s Sorry Robot for PS122’s COIL Festival; and two productions of Colossal by Andrew Hinderaker for Mixed Blood Theater and the Olney Theatre Center, for which he won a Helen Hayes award for outstanding direction. Davis has developed, directed and performed his work with New York Theatre Workshop, Clubbed Thumb, the New Museum, the Olney Theatre Center, the Alliance Theatre, the Playwright's Realm, the Fusebox Festival, New Harmony Project, the Orchard Project, the Ground Floor Residency at Berkeley Rep, Performance Studies International at Stanford University, and the Kennedy Center. He is an alum of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, the NYTW 2050 Directing Fellowship and the BAX (Brooklyn Art Exchange) artist in residence program. He holds a BFA in Theatre Studies from DePaul University and an MFA in Directing from UT Austin.
ARNULFO MALDONADO (Set Design). Recent credits include: the 42nd Humana FestivalIndecent (Guthrie Theater); Charm, School Girls or the African Mean Girls Play (MCC Theater); Men On Boats, IOWA (Playwrights Horizons); Caught (Play Company); Parable of the Sower (UTR/International tour); The Magnetic Fields: 50 Song Memoir (International tour). Mr. Maldonado is a Clubbed Thumb Affiliated Artist, a recipient of a Princess Grace Fabergé Theater Award, and a multiple Henry Hewes design nominee. MFA: NYU Tisch.

ÁSTA BENNIE HOSTETTER (Costume Design). NYC: Miles for Mary (Playwrights Horizon), Porto (WP Theater), Wolves (Lincoln Center), The Rape of The Sabine Women… (Playwrights Realm), Fulfillment Center (MTC) Smokefall (MCC), John (Signature), Men on Boats (Playwrights Horizons), The Terrifying (Abrons Arts Center), Picnic/ Come Back Little Sheba (Transport Group), 10 out of 12, Generations (Soho Rep) Regional: Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (KCrep), El Coquí Espectacular (Two River), Member of minor theater, Target Margin Theater, The Mad Ones.

JEN SCHRIEVER (Lighting Design). Broadway: EclipsedGhetto Klown. Off-Broadway: The Amateurs (Vineyard), In the Body of the World (MTC), School Girls… (MCC), Strange Interlude (Transport Group), …Discord (Primary Stages), On the Exhale (Roundabout), The Moors (Playwrights Realm), Eclipsed, ToasT, A Second Change (Public), Night is a Room (Signature), American Hero, Mala Hierba (2ST). Opera: Pearl Fishers, (MET, ENO, LAO); Die Fledermaus, (MET); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Faust, La Traviata, (Mariinsky, Russia). Adjunct: Purchase College.

PALMER HEFFERAN (Original Music and Sound Design). Select credits: Charm, School Girls (MCC); Today Is My Birthday (Page 73); Orange Julius (Rattlestick, Page 73); Death of the Last Black Man… (Signature Theatre); Friend Art (Second Stage); Important Hats… (MTC); Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Henry Hewes nom.), Samara (Soho Rep.); Henry V, Henry IV, Part One (OSF); Peerless (TBA Award, Marin Theatre); Romance Novels… (Williamstown); Tiger Style! (Alliance, Huntington); Guards at the Taj (Helen Hayes nom, Woolly Mammoth).

SAMANTHA WATSON (Production Stage Manager). Roundabout Theatre Company: The Last Match, Significant Other. Broadway: Significant Other, The Real Thing. Off- Broadway: A Funny Thing Happened… (MCC Theater); Lazarus (NYTW); Posterity, Our New Girl, The Jammer, Harper Regan (Atlantic Theater Company); Taking Care of Baby (MTC); Rimbaud In New York, The Master Builder (BAM); A Man’s a Man (CSC). Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, Santa Cruz Shakespeare, NYSAF. International: The Bridge Project’s Richard III (BAM, Old Vic, international tour). MFA, UC San Diego.

SARA SAHIN (Assistant Stage Manager). Roundabout: Too Heavy for Your Pocket, The Winslow Boy, Cyrano de Bergerac, A Man For All Seasons, Death Takes a Holiday. Also: Park Avenue Armory, MCC, LCT, Public Theatre, Playwrights Horizons. Regional: Signature Theatre, Goodman Theatre, and Barrington Stage Company. With writer Greg Turner she has co-produced and directed five of his original plays in NYC and one short film. Sara is a graduate of New York University.