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JESSICA LANGE (Mary Tyrone) Acclaimed as one of the greatest actresses of her generation, two‐time Academy Award winner, five-time Golden Globe winner, and three-time Emmy and SAG winner, Jessica Lange has dazzled the screen with more than 30 credits to her name. She permanently put her name on the map by receiving dual Academy Awards and Golden Globe nominations in the same year for her challenging performances in Frances and Sydney Pollack’s memorable comedy Tootsie starring opposite Dustin Hoffman, for which she took home the Oscar for Supporting Actress. In 1994, Lange won her second Oscar and Golden Globes for Best Actress in Blue Sky, which she starred opposite Tommy Lee Jones. Following her previous dynamic performances, Lange amazed audiences with projects such as Country, which paired her with Frances co‐star Sam Shepard, to tell the story of a struggling farmer and his wife. Lange’s performance again earned her Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Success continued with Sweet Dreams and Music Box, both which garnered her Academy Award nominations and an additional Golden Globe nomination for Music Box. In 1996 Lange picked up her first Emmy nomination for the made-for-TV adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire in which Lange played “Blanche DuBois.” In 2009, Lange won an Emmy Award for her performance in HBO’s Grey Gardens. Following her Emmy win for Grey Gardens, Lange starred in the TV series “American Horror Story” with "Glee" producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. She won a Golden Globe, SAG Award and Emmy Award in 2012 for her portrayal as character “Constance Langdon.” For the second installment of FX’s “American Horror Story: Asylum,” Lange played “Sister Jude,” a no‐nonsense nun who runs a mental institution. Yet again, Lange garnered rave reviews for her character portrayal, earning her 2013 Golden Globe and SAG Awards nominations. In the third installment, “American Horror Story: Coven,” Jessica starred as “Fiona Goode,” Supreme Witch of the Salem descendants. Her mesmerizing performance earned her the 2014 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie, as well as 2014 Golden Globe and SAG Awards nominations. Most recently, Lange starred as Elsa Mars, a German expatriate who owned one of the last remaining freak shows in “American Horror Story: Freak Show.” Her upcoming film, Wild Oats, will be released later this year, in which she stars with Demi Moore and Shirley MacLaine.
GABRIEL BYRNE (James Tyrone) has starred in more than 60 feature films including Miller’s Crossing, The Usual Suspects, Excalibur, Into the West, Little Women, Dead Man, The End of Violence, The Man in the Iron Mask, Vanity Fair, Jindabyne and Wah-Wah. He recently completed The 33 and Louder Than Bombs. On Broadway, Gabriel received a Tony nomination for his performance in Eugene O’Neill’s Moon for the Misbegotten and he won the Outer Critics Circle Award for his performance in A Touch of the Poet. Gabriel starred as “Dr. Paul Weston” in HBO’s “In Treatment,” for which he received the Golden Globe Award and was nominated twice for the Emmy. 

MICHAEL SHANNON (James Tyrone, Jr.) Academy Award nominee Michael Shannon is making his mark working with many of the industry's most honored talents and treading the boards in the world's most respected theatres. Upcoming this Fall, Shannon stars opposite Andrew Garfield in 99 Homes, and co-stars with Julianne Moore and Ellen Page in Freeheld. Also this year, Shannon will star in The Night Before opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Lizzy Caplan, and Jeff Nichol’s Midnight Special opposite Kirsten Dunst, Adam Driver, Joel Edgerton and Sam Shepard. Shannon’s previous collaborations with Nichols include Take Shelter, for which he received a 2011 Film Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Actor; as well as the films Mud and Shotgun Stories. Shannon recently completed production on Liza Johnson’s Elvis & Nixon opposite Kevin Spacey, Matthew M. Ross’ Frank and Lola opposite Imogen Poots, and Untitled Joshua Marston Project, co-starring opposite Rachel Weisz, Kathy Bates and Danny Glover. He is currently in production on Werner Herzog’s Salt and Fire, alongside Gael Garcia Bernal and Veronica Ferras, followed by Siofra Campbell’s The Price opposite Noomi Rapace. Most notably, Shannon made his mark in an Oscar-nominated supporting role in Revolutionary Road, directed by Sam Mendes, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Kathy Bates. With over forty roles in film, Shannon's credits include John McNaughton's The Harvest, Jake Paltrow’s The Young Ones, Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, Ariel Vromen's The Iceman, David Koepp's Premium Rush, Liza Johnson's Return, Marc Forster's Machine Gun Preacher, Floria Sigismondi's The Runaways, Werner Herzog's My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done and Bad Lieutenant, Sydney Lumet's Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead, Oliver Stone's World Trade Center, William Friedkin's Bug, Curtis Hanson's Lucky You, Michael Bay's Bad Boys II, Curtis Hanson's 8 Mile, David McNally's Kangaroo Jack, Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky, Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor, John Waters' Cecil B. DeMented, Noah Buschel's The Missing Person and Shana Feste's The Greatest.  For all his roles on screen, Shannon maintains a connection to theatre. In 2012, Shannon appeared opposite Paul Rudd, Ed Asner, and Kate Arrington in Grace at the Cort Theatre, for which he was nominated for a 2013 Distinguished Performance Drama League Award. In 2010, he led Craig Wright's Off-Broadway play, Mistakes Were Made, at the Barrow Street Theater, which earned him an Outstanding Lead Actor Lortel Award nomination, an Outstanding Actor in a Play Drama Desk Award nomination, an Outstanding Solo Performance Outer Critics Award nomination, and a Distinguished Performance Drama League Award nomination. Additional theatre credits include Uncle Vanya (Soho Rep Theatre), Our Town (Barrow Street Theatre), Lady (Rattlestick Theatre), The Metal Children (Vineyard Theatre), The Little Flower of East Orange (Public Theatre), The Pillowman and Man From Nebraska (Steppenwolf Theatre), Bug (Barrow Street Theatre, Red Orchid Theatre and Gate Theatre), Mr. Kolpert and The Killer (Red Orchid Theatre), Killer Joe (SoHo Playhouse, Next Lab Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre), The Idiot (Lookingglass Theatre) and Woyzeck (Gate Theatre). On television, Shannon’s credits include Martin Scorsese's HBO series, “Boardwalk Empire,” co-starring Steve Buscemi and Kelly MacDonald. Michael Shannon grew up in Lexington, Kentucky and began his professional stage career in Chicago, Illinois.

JOHN GALLAGHER, JR. (Edmund Tyrone) New York actor John Gallagher Jr. has shown his talent and versatility across the mediums of television, film and theater. For the past three seasons, John starred opposite Jeff Daniels in Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom.” The series came to a dramatic conclusion last fall when at the same time John was starring opposite Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins in the critically acclaimed “Olive Kitteridge” miniseries for HBO. Gallagher’s other television credits include: “Law & Order: SVU,” “Love Monkey,” “Law & Order: CI,” “NYPD Blue,” “Ed,” “The West Wing” and “Law & Order.” No stranger to the big screen, Gallagher’s film credits include: The Belko Experiment (upcoming), Valencia (upcoming), Short Term 12, The Heart Machine, Margaret, Jonah Hex, Whatever Works, The Good Student and Pieces of April. One of Gallagher’s most notable achievements is his Tony Award-winning performance as “Moritz Stiefel” in Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater's rock musical Spring Awakening, for which he also received Drama Desk and Drama League nominations. John's other theatre credits include: Green Day's Broadway musical American Idiot, Broadway's Jerusalem, David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning Rabbit Hole (Broadway), Current Events, Kimberly Akimbo, Port Authority and Farragut North.

COLBY MINIFIE (Cathleen) Broadway: The Pillowman. Off-Broadway: Punk Rock (MCC), Close Up Space (MTC), Landscape of the Body (Signature), The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (Transport Group), City Of (Playwright's Realm), Love Letters to a Dictator (Summer Shorts 2015). Film: Blue Angel (upcoming), Don't Think Twice (upcoming), Deep Powder, Camilla Dickinson, Beware the Gonzo, The Greatest, The Winning Season. TV: Marvel's "Jessica Jones” (recurring), “Black Box,” “The Michael J. Fox Show,” “The Blacklist,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Law & Order,” “Glee.” Alumna of the Macaulay Honors College, the National YoungArts Foundation, the Professional Performing Arts School, and the National Dance Institute. 

PETER BRADBURY (u/s James Tyrone) Roundabout: Cyrano, Picnic, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Man For All Seasons, Present Laughter, Hedda Gabler, Tom Durnin, Overwhelming. Broadway: Hughie, King Charles III, Elephant Man (also West End), Casa Valentina, Championship Season, Norman Conquests, Caine Mutiny, Herbal Bed. Off-Bway: Christmas Carol, Snakebit. TV: “Shades of Blue”, “Boardwalk Empire”, “Homeland”, “House of Cards”, “Sally Hemings”, “Law&Orders,” “Rubicon.”

SARAH KILLOUGH (u/s Cathleen) Roundabout and Broadway debut! NY credits: Once Upon a Mattress (Transport Group), the goodbye room (Happy Few Theatre Co. Regional: Hartford Stage, Pioneer Theatre Co, Monomoy. Graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and The Hartt School. Thank you to everyone at Roundabout. 

ALEX MICKIEWICZ (u/s Jamie Tyrone, Edmund Tyrone) Broadway: Thérèse Raquin (Roundabout). Regional: World Premiere of Anna Ziegler’s The Last Match (Old Globe), Robin Hood, Becoming Sylvia, Tripolitania, The Comedy of Errors (Williamstown Theatre Festival).

LEE ROY ROGERS (u/s Mary Cavan Tyrone) Roundabout debut. Barrow Street Orson’s Shadow (Drama Desk nomination,) Tribes (Lincoln Center), When The Rain Stops Falling (Barbican Centre), Williamstown, Mark Taper (Steppenwolf). Cleveland Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, Kansas City Repertory, Delaware Theatre Company. TV: “Law and Order: CI,” “Show Me A Hero,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Black Box.”


EUGENE O’NEILL (Playwright) Born in New York City on October 16, 1888, he was the first great American playwright. Beyond the Horizon (1920) won a Pulitzer Prize (he eventually won four), and in 1936 he became the only American playwright ever awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.  His major works include The Emperor Jones (1920); The Hairy Ape (1922); Desire Under the Elms (1924); The Great God Brown (1926); Strange Interlude (1928); Mourning Becomes Electra (1931); Ah, Wilderness! (1933); A Moon for the Misbegotten (1947); Hughie (1964); A Touch of the Poet (1958); and what are considered his two greatest plays, The Iceman Cometh (1939) and Long Day's Journey Into Night, completed in 1941 but unproduced until three years after his death on November 27, 1953.

JONATHAN KENT (Director) Between 1990 and 2002, Jonathan was joint Artistic Director of the Almeida Theatre, which he founded as a full-time producing theatre. His productions included When We Dead Awaken; All for Love; Medea (also West End/Broadway); Chatsky; The Showman; The School for Wives; Gangster No 1; Tartuffe; The Life of Galileo; The Rules of the Game; Ivanov (also Moscow); The Government Inspector; Naked (also West End); The Tempest; Hamlet (also Broadway) Richard II; Coriolanus (also New York /Tokyo); Phèdre; Britannicus (also West End/New York); Plenty (West End); Lulu (also Washington); Platonov and King Lear. 

Other theatre work includes Le Cid, Mother Courage and Her Children, The False Servant, Oedipus and The Emperor and Galilean (all National Theatre); Man of La Mancha (Broadway); Hamlet (Japan); Hecuba (Donmar); Bond’s Lear (Sheffield Crucible); As You Desire Me (West End); The Country Wife; The Sea and Marguerite (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Faith Healer (Dublin/Broadway); A Month in the Country; Sweeney Todd; Private Lives (all Chichester Festival Theatre), Good People (The Hampstead Theatre), Gypsy (West End).
Opera work includes Elektra, Die Frau ohne Schatten (Mariinsky St Petersburg); The Fairy Queen (Glyndebourne/Paris/New York); Tosca (Royal Opera House); A Child of Our Time and The Flying Dutchman (ENO/Royal Danish Opera); Lucio Silla, Kát'a Kabanová, The Tempest and The Marriage of Figaro (Santa Fe); The Turn of the Screw; Don Giovanni and Hippolyte et Aricie (Glyndebourne), Manon Lescaut at The Royal Opera House.

TOM PYE (Set Design) Roundabout debut. Broadway: The Testament of Mary, All My Sons, Top Girls, Cyrano de Bergerac, The Glass Menagerie, Medea, Fiddler on the Roof (Tony nom.). West End: A Christmas Carol, Sinatra, Medea. Recent: Invisible Thread (Second Stage, A.R.T.); High Society (Old Vic); Platonov, Ivanov, The Seagull (Chichester, National Theatre); John Gabriel Borkman (Abbey Theatre, BAM); Mother Courage, Happy Days, Measure for Measure (Royal National). Opera: Death of Klinghoffer, Eugene Onegin, Così fan Tutti (Met/ENO); Akhnaten (ENO/L.A.); Death in Venice (Premio Franco Abbiati).
JANE GREENWOOD (Costume Design) Roundabout: Thérèse Raquin, Present Laughter, Waiting for Godot, Heartbreak House, A Month in the Country. More than 100 Broadway/Off-Broadway credits. 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, 18 Tony nominations. Professor, Yale School of Drama.

NATASHA KATZ (Lighting Design) Roundabout: Hedda Gabler, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet, Crimes of the HeartRecent Broadway: An American in Paris (Tony Award), Skylight, The Glass Menagerie (Tony Award), Aladdin, Once (Tony Award), Motown, Follies, The Coast of Utopia: Salvage (Tony Award), Aida (Tony Award), Twelfth Night and Beauty and the Beast. She recently designed The Iceman Cometh at BAM and the Goodman Theatre. Her varied career has led her to design lighting for all aspects of entertainment including dance and opera companies, concerts, international theatres, regional theatres, Off-Broadway, Las Vegas, TV and permanent lighting installations.

CLIVE GOODWIN (Sound Design) Broadway: Old Times, 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, The Threepenny Opera, What’s It All About (American Repertory Theater, 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).

TOM WATSON (Hair & Wig Design) is head of the wig and makeup department at the Metropolitan Opera. He has designed wigs for more than 75 Broadway designs include Wicked, Rock of Ages, How to Succeed…, The Addams Family, Annie, Act One, You Can’t Take it With You, The King and I, The Sound of Music national tour, Dames at Sea, Thérèse Raquin, Fiddler on the Roof (current revival) and Bright Star.

J. DAVID BRIMMER (Fight Director) has choreographed some stuff (Roundabout: Thérèse Raquin, Crimes of the HeartBroadway: Spring Awakening, The Lieutenant of Inishmore; NY premieres: An Octoroon, Punk Rock, Mr. Burns, Blasted, Bug) with some great folks (David Mamet, Sam Shepard, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Ethan Coen, Martin McDonagh, Tracy Letts, Ken Russell, Franco Zeffirelli). “Walk cheerfully over the world, answering that of God in everyone.” G. Fox.

STEPHEN GABIS (Dialect Coach) For Roundabout: 14 productions including The Winslow Boy, Look Back in Anger, Man and Boy, Heartbreak House, The 39 Steps, A Touch of the Poet, Brief Encounter, Juno and the Paycock. Broadway/Off-Broadway includes Once, Jersey Boys, Doubt. Film and television credits include the 2016 Oscar winner Spotlight and “Boardwalk Empire.”