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EWAN McGREGOR (Henry). Often hailed as one of the finest actors of his generation, Ewan McGregor consistently captivates audiences with a diverse line-up of roles across a multitude of genres, styles and scope. McGregor was last seen on the London stage in 2008 starring as ‘Iago’ opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Othello at the Donmar Warehouse, in a role he reprised on BBC Radio 3 in May 2008. Prior to that he starred alongside Jane Krakowski, Douglas Hodge and Jenna Russell in the original Donmar Warehouse production of Guys and Dolls at the Piccadilly Theatre in London. For his performance in the leading role of ‘Sky Masterson’, McGregor received the award for Best Actor and was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Earlier stage work includes a production of David Halliwell's Little Malcolm and His Struggles Against the Eunuchs, which was first staged at the Hampstead Theatre before transferring to the Comedy Theatre in London's West End. On screen, McGregor will next be seen in John Wells' film adaptation of Tracy Letts' Pulitzer- and Tony-winning play August: Osage County opposite Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts. The film premiered at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival and will be released by The Weinstein Company on December 25th, 2013. McGregor recently wrapped production on Gavin O'Connor's Jane Got a Gun, starring as the leader of an outlaw gang opposite Natalie Portman and Joel Edgerton, as well as Julius Avery's Son of a Gun in Australia. He is currently in production on Mortdecai, the film adaptation of Kyril Bonfiglioli’s book The Great Mortdecai Moustache Mystery, starring opposite Johnny Depp and Gwyneth Paltrow. McGregor was most recently seen starring opposite Naomi Watts in The Impossible, a drama based on a true story of one family's terrifying account of the 2004 tsunami and the compelling events as they fought to survive in the face of disaster. Directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, McGregor brought to life the emotional journey of a husband and father vacationing with his family in Thailand when one of the most devastating catastrophes of our time took thousands of lives. Previously, the actor was seen starring in Focus Features' slice-of-life film, Beginners, opposite Christopher Plummer, and based on director Mike Mills' personal story. The film won for Best Ensemble Cast and Best Feature at the 2011 Gotham Film Awards, received the Best Feature nomination at the 2012 Independent Spirit Awards, and attention from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. McGregor also garnered acclaim for his recent performance in Lasse Hallström's moving film Salmon Fishing in the Yemen alongside Emily Blunt and Kristin Scott Thomas. The film premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival and garnered McGregor a Best Actor Golden Globe nomination. From his breakthrough role as the heroin-addicted Mark Renton in Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting, to the legendary “Obi-Wan Kenobi” in Star Wars Episode 1, to starring as “Christian” opposite Nicole Kidman in the Oscar and BAFTA award-winning musical Moulin Rouge, McGregor's career has been highlighted by a continuous string of bold and daring performances. His diverse film credits include: Steven Soderberghs Haywire; Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer, opposite Pierce Brosnan; Amelia, starring Hilary Swank and Richard Gere; Jack the Giant Slayer with Stanley Tucci; Ron Howard's Angels and Demons with Tom Hanks; the comedy I Love You Phillip Morris opposite Jim Carrey; Deception, also starring Michelle Williams and Hugh Jackman; the drama romance, Incendiary; Woody Allen's Cassandra's Dream; the biography drama, Miss Potter; Scenes of a Sexual Nature directed by Edward Blum; Marc Forster's supernatural thriller Stay, alongside Naomi Watts and Ryan Gosling; Michael Bay's The Island with Scarlett Johanssen, Djimon Hounsou and Steve Buscemi; Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III; the animated films Robots directed by Chris Wedge, and Valiant directed by Gary Chapman; Tim Burton's Big Fish alongside Albert Finney, Billy Crudup, Alison Lohman, Jessica Lange and Danny DeVito; Young Adam with Peter Mullan and Tilda Swinton, for which he received a London Film Critics Circle Awards nomination; Down With Love opposite Renee Zellweger; Ridley Scott's historical drama Black Hawk Down; Rogue Trader; the Golden Globe-winning film Little Voice, alongside Jane Horrocks and Michael Caine; and the glam rock film Velvet Goldmine. The actor received critical acclaim for his role in Danny Boyle's A Life Less Ordinary, in which he won the Best British Actor Award (for the third time running) at the 1997 Empire Movie Awards. He reprised his first male lead opposite Catherine Zeta Jones in The Pillow Book and for his role in the BAFTA award-winning Shallow Grave, McGregor was honored with the Hitchcock D'Argent Best Actor Award and a nomination for Best Actor at the BAFTA Scotland Awards. On television, McGregor was lauded by critics with an Emmy® Award for Outstanding Guest Actor for his episodic role in the CBS television series “ER” titled, “The Long Way Round.” McGregor is a devoted and influential philanthropist and serves as Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing long-term humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries.

MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL (Annie) is one of the great young actresses of today. She gained critical acclaim and an Oscar nomination for "Best Supporting Actress" for her portrayal of Jean Craddock in Crazy Heart alongside Jeff Bridges, further exemplifying her talent and versatility as an actress. After receiving rave reviews out of the 2002 Sundance competition for her starring role opposite James Spader in Lion’s Gate’s Secretary, she went on to receive a Golden Globe nomination for “Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical”, an Independent Spirit Award nomination for “Best Actress”, a Chicago Film Critics’ Award for “Most Promising Performer”, A Boston Film Critics’ Award for “Best Actress”, a National Board of Review Award for “Breakthrough Performance” and an IFP/ Gotham “Breakthrough Performance” Award. Maggie made her feature film debut in 1992, alongside Jeremy Irons and Ethan Hawke in Waterland. This was followed by a memorable performance as “Raven”, the Satan-worshipping make-up artist in John Waters’ quirky Hollywood satire, Cecil B. Demented, which led her to a co-starring role in Donnie Darko, a fantasy-thriller about disturbed adolescence. Years later, back at Sundance in 2007, Maggie starred in Sherrybaby; she played a female convict struggling to overcome her drug addiction and regain custody of her daughter. The film was well-received by critics and garnered her second Golden Globe nomination, this time for Best Actress in a Motion Picture-Drama. Gyllenhaal was also nominated for a 2006 Independent Spirit Award for her role in Don Roos’ Happy Endings, opposite Lisa Kudrow and Tom Arnold. She was Rachel Dawes in the Warner Bros. box office hit Dark Knight directed by Chris Nolan. She was also seen in Sam Mendes’s Away We Go. In August 2006, Maggie was seen in Trust the Man with Julianne Moore, Billy Crudup and David Duchovny and in Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center with Maria Bello and Nicholas Cage. She also starred in Marc Forster’s Stranger Than Fiction with Will Ferrell, Dustin Hoffman, Queen Latifah and Emma Thompson. In the past few years, she appeared in John Sayles’ Casa De Los Babys with Daryl Hannah and Lily Taylor and Mike Newell’s much-anticipated Mona Lisa Smile in which Maggie co-starred with Julia Roberts, Julia Stiles and Kirsten Dunst. She was also seen in Criminal with Diego Luna and John C. Reilly as well as Spike Jonze’s Adaptation. Also accomplished on stage, Gyllenhaal starred as “Alice” in Patrick Mauber’s award-winning Closer at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles for director Robert Egan, and previously at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre. She has also appeared in Anthony and Cleopatra at the Vanborough Theatre in London. In 2004, Maggie starred in Tony Kushner’s play Homebody/Kabul, which ran in both Los Angeles and at B.A.M. In August 2010, Maggie was seen in Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang with Emma Thompson. In 2011, Maggie appeared in the Anton Chekhov play ‘Three Sisters’ alongside Peter Sarsgaard, Jessica Hecht and Josh Hamilton and also starred alongside Hugh Dancy in the romantic comedy, Hysteria. In 2012, Maggie starred in the drama, Won’t Back Down alongside Viola Davis and directed by Daniel Barnz. Maggie was most recently seen in White House Down, directed by Roland Emmerich in which she will star alongside Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx. She has completed production on Lenny Abrahamson’s Frank, co-starring Michael Fassbender, set to be released in 2014. Maggie is currently filming the BBC/Sundance original series The Honourable Woman in the U.K. This series is set to make its British debut in May 2014 and in July 2014 in the United States.
JOSH HAMILTON (Max). Coming off of “American Horror Story: Coven,” Josh Hamilton has recently been cast in FOX’s “Gracepoint,” a remake of the UK’s “Broadchurch.” Josh’s films include Kicking and Screaming, Francis Ha, Dark Skies, J. Edgar, Away We Go, Margaret, Outsourced, Broken English, Diggers, The F Word, The House of Yes, Alive and the upcoming Bottled Up with Melissa Leo (tribeca film festival 2013), The Wait (sxsw 2013) and The Letter with Winona Ryder and James Franco. Recent TV appearances include Louie, The Good Wife, Necessary Roughness, and Elementary. A longtime veteran of the New York stage, he recently appeared in Neil LaBute’s Reasons to be Happy at MCC and Theresa Rebeck’s Dead Accounts on Broadway. Other productions include The Coast of Utopia at Lincoln Center; Proof on Broadway; Kenneth Lonergan’s This is Our Youth, The Waverly Gallery, and The Medieval Play; The Cherry Orchard with John Turturro and Dianne Wiest, Three Sisters with Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard, A Doll's House with Lily Rabe, A Lie of the Mind directed by Ethan Hawke, The Bridge Project directed by Sam Mendes, Hurlyburly with Ethan Hawke and Bobby Cannavale, Things We Want with Peter Dinklage and Paul Dano, The Cider House Rules, As Bees in Honey Drown, and Suburbia.
CYNTHIA NIXON (Charlotte). Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award winner Cynthia Nixon made her film debut in Little Darlings at the age of 12 and her Broadway debut at 14 in The Philadelphia Story. Since then she has appeared in over 40 plays and countless films and television shows. She has been directed by Sidney Lumet, Louis Malle, Milos Forman, Mike Nichols and Robert Altman. Perhaps best known for her role as Miranda in the HBO series Sex and the City, Nixon will appear in upcoming projects including Richard Loncraine’s Life Itself opposite Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton, as well as James White, an indie film written and directed by Josh Mond. She can currently be see in Amazon's Alpha House, and in the second season of NBC’s Hannibal in a recurring role. She recently wrapped Nikole Beckwith’s drama Stockholm, Pennsylvania, opposite Saoirse Ronan. In real life Cynthia has played an important role in fighting for NYC's public schools, marriage equality and most recently to elect progressive Democrat Bill de Blasio for NYC Mayor. She lives in downtown Manhattan with her wife Christine Marinoni and their three children Samantha, Charlie, and Max.
ALEX BREAUX (Brodie), a recent Juilliard grad, was seen in this summer’s Much Ado About Nothing in Central Park and is currently performing in The Sky and the Limit at 59E59 Theaters. Juilliard credits include Buried Child, The Cherry Orchard and Hamlet. Prior to Juilliard, Alex attended Harvard University, where he was a four-time letterman on its varsity football team.
RONAN RAFTERY (Billy). Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, Ronan Raftery’s debut was the lead role in The Comedy Of Errors at Shakespeare's Globe. Since then Ronan has gone on to perform in the West End in The Shawshank Redemption, as well as the National Theatre of Great Britain in shows such as Juno And The Paycock and, most recently, as the star of Howard Davies acclaimed production, The Silver Tassie. His television and film career has been equally diverse; starting off with a small role in Marvel's Captain America, and the Irish indie hit Death of a Superhero. The past two years have mostly been taken up with various television projects including a leading role in Chris O'Dowd's Emmy Award-winning “Moone Boy,” the UK cult hit “Fresh Meat” and NBC's crime drama “Crossing Lines.”
MADELINE WEINSTEIN (Debbie). Broadway debut! Madeline recently graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in theatre. Favorite Northwestern credits include Pride and Prejudice, Eurydice, Machinal, and Caryl Churchill's Far Away. Thanks to everyone at Innovative and Roundabout, Sam and the whole creative team; love to Matt, grandparents and Mom. 
REBECCA BROOKSHER (u/s Annie/Charlotte). New York: Dying City (LCT, Lortel nomination), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Public Theater), Loot (Red Bull), White People (Atlantic). Regional: Golden Age (Kennedy Center), She Stoops to Conquer (McCarter Theatre), Anna Christie (Berkshire Theatre Festival). TV/film: "Love Monkey," "Ugly Betty," "The Confession," "Canterbury’s Law," "The Good Wife," Cold Souls, The Muse. Training: Juilliard.
NICK DILLENBURG (u/s Billy/Brodie). Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: Henry V in Into the Hazard: Henry V (Walkerspace), Hater (Ohio Theatre), Taking Leave (MCC FreshPlay). Regional: Shakespeare Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Berkshire Theatre Group and many more. TV: "Person of Interest," "Elementary," "Law & Order." Training: MFA, University of Connecticut.
RAE GRAY (u/s Debbie). Regional: Slowgirl (Steppenwolf/Geffen), The Book Thief and Wedding Band (Steppenwolf), A Christmas Carol (Goodman), Circle Mirror Transformation (Victory Gardens), The North China Lover (Lookingglass), The Real Thing (Writers Theatre), Sunday in the Park With George (Ravinia), The Crucible (TimeLine). TV: "Boardwalk Empire," "CSI: Cyber,""Shameless," "Chicago Fire" and "Betrayal." Student at the University of Chicago.
MATTHEW GREER (u/s Henry, Max). Roundabout: Cabaret, Dinner With Friends, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet, Suddenly Last Summer. Broadway: Seminar, The Real Thing, The Judas Kiss. National tour: Spamalot. Off-Broadway includes Hit the Wall; The Duchess of Malfi; A Mother, a Daughter, and a Gun. Regional: many. Television: "Guiding Light." Education: Juilliard. 
TOM STOPPARD (Playwright). Tom Stoppard’s work for the stage includes Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Real Inspector Hound, Jumpers, Travesties, Night and Day, The Real Thing, Hapgood, Indian Ink, The Invention of Love, The Coast of Utopia (winner of the most Tony Awards of any new play on Broadway) and Rock ‘n’ Roll. His translations and adaptations include works by Lorca, Nestroy, Schnitzler, Molnar, Pirandello and Chekhov. Among his television credits are “Professional Foul” and “Squaring the Circle.” Film work includes Billy Bathgate, Brazil, Empire of the Sun, Enigma and Shakespeare in Love. He directed the film of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. For radio he has written “If You’re Glad, I’ll Be Frank,” “Albert’s Bridge” and “In the Native State.” In 2006 Stoppard’s multi-award-winning Rock ‘n’ Roll opened at the Royal Court. The production, directed by Trevor Nunn, subsequently enjoyed a sell-out West End run as well as a season on Broadway produced by Sonia Friedman Productions.
SAM GOLD (Director). Roundabout: Picnic, Look Back in Anger (Lortel nomination for Outstanding Direction); Tigers be Still. Broadway: Seminar (Golden Theater; also Ahmanson, L.A.). Recent: Fun Home (Public Theater); Uncle Vanya (Soho Rep.); The Realistic Joneses (Yale Rep., CT Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Director); The Big Meal (Playwrights, Lortel Award for Outstanding Director); We Live Here (MTC); A Doll’s House (Williamstown); August: Osage County (Old Globe, SD Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Direction); Kin (Playwrights Horizons); The Coward (LCT3); Dusk Rings a Bell (Atlantic); Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons; Drama Desk nomination, OBIE Award for Outstanding Direction); The Aliens (Rattlestick, OBIE Award for Outstanding Direction); and Jollyship the Whiz-Bang (Ars Nova/Under the Radar Festival). Graduate of the Juilliard Directing Program, NYTW Usual Suspect, Drama League Directing Fellow, recipient of the Princess Grace Award, and Resident Director at Roundabout Theater Company.
DAVID ZINN (Set Design). Roundabout: Violet, costumes for Picnic and Look Back In Anger. Recent Broadway: sets and costumes for The Last Ship and Seminar; set design for The Realistic Joneses; costumes for ROCKY, Other Desert Cities, Good People, Bengal Tiger..., In the Next Room (Tony/Drama Desk nom.,), Xanadu. Off-Broadway: set and costumes for Fun Home, The Flick, Circle Mirror Transformation, Dogfight, The Select (The Sun Also Rises);  Also: Guthrie Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, Berkeley Rep, Mark Taper Forum, Yale Rep, Santa Fe Opera, Lyric Opera Chicago, Los Angeles Opera.
KAYE VOYCE (Costume Design). Roundabout: Arms and the Man. Broadway: Shining City, The Realistic Joneses. Recent New York credits include The Wayside Motor Inn and Heartless (Signature Theatre), Detroit (Playwrights Horizons), 4000 Miles (Lincoln Center Theater), A Quiet Place (New York City Opera) and Open Rehearsal (2012 Whitney Biennial). Recent international credits include Il Turco in Italia (Festival d'Aix en Provence), and I'll toss my arms - if you catch them they're yours (Trisha Brown Dance Company, Théâtre National de Chaillot).
MARK BARTON (Lighting Design). Roundabout: Violet, Bad Jews, Look Back In Anger. Broadway: The Realistic Joneses. Recent Off-Broadway: The Watson Intelligence, Detroit, The Big Meal, Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons); Arguendo, The Select, The Sound & The Fury, Gatz (Elevator Repair Service); The Village Bike (MCC), Uncle Vanya, Elective Affinities (Soho Rep); February House (Public); Notes from Underground; Chair (Theater for a New Audience). Other recent NYC: Encores! Off-Center 2013 & 2014 (City Center); This American Life – Live from BAM (BAM); The Cunning Little Vixen (Juilliard Opera).
BRAY POOR (Sound Design): Roundabout: Look Back in Anger. Broadway: in the next room, The American Plan.  Sound and original music at NYTW, Lincoln Center, Playwright’s Horizons (Lortell Nom. for The Flick) , The Signature,  Second Stage (Drama Desk nom. for Wings), Soho Rep, Clubbed Thumb among others,. Regional: Yale Rep, the Long Wharf, Trinity Rep, Arena Stage, Berkeley Rep, Actors Theater of Louisville, among others. He also has designed sound and created music for videos and installations.
TOM WATSON (Hair Design) is head of the wig and makeup department at the Metropolitan Opera. He has designed wigs for more than 60 Broadway productions. Current and recent Broadway designs include Wicked, Rock of Ages, Act One, and the upcoming You Can’t Take It With You.

KATE WILSON (Dialect Coach). Roundabout: Violet, Machinal, Picnic, Drood, Talley's Folly, Cyrano, Sunday in the Park, Nine, Betrayal. Broadway: You Can't Take It With You, Holler, Rocky, Raisin in the Sun, Big Fish, Trip to Bountiful, Heiress, Best Man, End of the Rainbow, War Horse, Stick Fly, Mountaintop, Driving Miss Daisy, Curtains. Film&TV: “Olive  Kitteridge,” Inside  Llewyn Davis Faculty: Juilliard.
KATHY FABIAN/PROPSTAR (Props Supervisor). Roundabout: Anything Goes, Bye-Bye Birdie, Waiting for Godot, Pal Joey, A Man For All Seasons, Les Liasons Dangereuses, Sunday in the Park with George, Pygmalion, Old Acquaintance, 110 in the Shade, Prelude to a Kiss, Death Takes a Holiday, and The Foreigner. Other recent credits include: The Realistic Joneses, If/Then, Rocky, The Bridges of Madison County, I’ll Eat You Last, Kinky Boots, Lucky Guy, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Chaplin, and Nice Work If You Can Get It.
CHARLES MEANS (Production Stage Manager). Broadway: Seminar, The Motherf**ker with the Hat, The Pitmen Painters, Next Fall, Oleanna, You’re Welcome America…, Mauritius, Doubt and The Goat.  National Tour: Doubt.  Off Broadway: The Laramie Project as well as productions at Manhattan Theatre Club, The Public Theater, New York Theatre Workshop and the live HBO telecast of Will Ferrell’s You’re Welcome America.  Charles is a full time faculty member and the head of the MFA stage management program at UC San Diego.