Past Shows

Who's Who

REBECCA HENDERSON (Emma). Theatre: The Whale (Playwrights Horizons), Le Brea (Clubbed Thumb), Red-Handed Otter (The Cherry Lane /Playwright’s Realm), Autumn Sonata (Yale Rep), The Collection and A Kind of Alaska (Atlantic Theater Company), Roadkill Confidential (Clubbed Thumb), The Retributionists (Playwrights Horizons), Spin, U.S. Drag, and Vengence (the stageFARM), Three Sisters (Nature Theater of Oklahoma); Scapin and The Misanthrope (Classic Stage Company) and bobrauschenbergamerica (American Repertory Theater). Film and Television: Appropriate Behavior, True Story, Diving Normal, Compliance, East of Acadia, Meskada, Little Horses, A Lone Star State , “The Good Wife” and “Grand Theft Auto IV”. MFA, Columbia University.
LUKE KIRBY (Pastor Hidge). Theatre: Defender of the Faith (Irish Rep), Jump/Cut (Women’s Project), Sir Peter Hall’s Troilus and Cressida (TFANA). Film: Take This Waltz with Michelle Williams, The Samaritan with Samuel L. Jackson, Mambo Italiano, The Stone Angel, Shattered Glass. TV: ‘Rectify’ (Sundance), ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ (HBO), ‘Slings and Arrows’ (Sundance), ‘Sex Traffic’ (Channel 4), ‘Eleventh Hour’ (CTV). Luke is currently on Sundance Channel’s series ‘Rectify’ and his next feature film is Mania Days with Katie Holmes.
JAMES REBHORN (James). Theater credits include Twelve Angry Men, The Man Who Had All The Luck, Prelude To A Kiss, The Overwhelming all the Roundabout and at Lincoln Center, Saturn Returns, Dinner At Eight, Ancestral Voices, Far East, Our Town. Over fifty feature films, among them Sleepwalk With Me, Real Steel, The Perfect Wedding, Bernard and Doris, Meet the Parents, Eight Seconds, The Talented Mr. Ripley, The Game, Independence Day, My Cousin Vinny, and Scent of a Woman. TV: Recurring roles in “Enlightened,” “White Collar,” “The Book of Daniel,” “ 30 Rock,” “ Law and Order,” “3rd Watch,” “Boston Legal,” and “The Practice,” among others. He plays Frank Mathison in “Homeland.”
PHYLLIS SOMERVILLE (Rose). Broadway: Over Here; Once In A Lifetime. Off-Broadway: The Sum of Us; The Night Hank Williams Died; Little Egypt; Moe's Lucky 7; The Spitfire Grill; Happiness. Regional: Arena Stage; Yale Repertory Theatre; Long Wharf Theatre; American Repertory Theatre; O'Neill Playwrights' Conference. TV includes: all the ‘Law and Orders;’ ‘NYPD Blue;’ ‘Third Watch;’ ‘Homicide;’ ‘Kidnapped;’ ‘The Sopranos;’ ‘Sex and the City;’ ‘CSI: Miami;’ ‘Fringe;’ ‘House Of Cards;’ ‘Unforgettable;’ ‘Elementary;’ ‘The Big C.’ Films Include: Leap of Faith; Bringing Out The Dead; Lucky You; Benjamin Button; Stoker; The Double; Little Children. Member of Labyrinth Theatre Company.

MEGHAN KENNEDY (Playwright) is the winner of the 2012 David Calicchio Emerging American Playwright Prize for her play Light. Her play Too Much, Too Much, Too Many was developed at the 2012 PlayPenn Conference and earned her Writer-In-Residence at the 2012 Cape Cod Theatre Project. Her plays include Light, Too Much, Too Much, Too Many, Yours, and The Greenest Month. They have been developed and/or produced around the country and in Ireland. She was a nominee for the 2013 Suzan Smith Blackburn Prize and a finalist for the 2013 Page 73 Playwriting Fellowship, 2011 PlayPenn Conference, 2011 Seven Devils Conference, and 2011 Bay Area Playwrights Festival. She was named a 2010 Core Apprentice at The Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis and was a member of the Page 73 playwriting group, Interstate 73. Meghan received her M.F.A. in Playwriting from The Michener Center for Writing at UT Austin. She holds a B.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from Tisch School of The Arts at NYU. She lives in Brooklyn.

SHERYL KALLER’s (Director) direction was seen most recently in the Bucks County Playhouse production of Mothers and Sons by Terrence McNally.  Ms. Kaller received a Tony Nomination for Best Director for the critically acclaimed Broadway production of Next Fall by Geoffrey Nauffts. She has directed at many theaters including  LCT3, Primary Stages, Williamstown Theater Festival, A.C.T., New York Stage and Film, The New Group, The Geffen, Naked Angels, Philadelphia Theater Company and Pasadena Playhouse. She has directed and developed a plethora of new plays and musicals with writers including Christopher Durang, Geoffrey Nauffts, David Henry Hwang, AnnMarie Milazzo, Nick Blaemire, Daniel Beaty, Billy Porter, Dick Beebe and Alan Menken.
WILSON CHIN (Set Design).Roundabout debut! New plays: Geoffrey Nauffts’s Next Fall (dir. Sheryl Kaller; Broadway, Naked Angels, Geffen), Rolin Jones’ The Jammer (dir. Jackson Gay, Atlantic Theater), Carly Mensch’s Len Asleep in Vinyl (dir. Jackson Gay, Second Stage), Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Dark Matters (dir. Trip Cullman, Rattlestick), Peter Nachtrieb’s Boom (dir. Alex Timbers, Ars Nova) Conor McPherson’s The Birds (dir. Henry Wishcamper, Guthrie). Opera: Lucia di Lammermoor (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Florentinische Tragodie/Gianni Schicchi (Canadian Opera, Dora Award). MFA: Yale Drama.
JESS GOLDSTEIN (Costume Design). Roundabout: Most recently The Apple Tree with Kristin Chenoweth and The Tin Pan Alley Rag; Favorite NY credits include Jersey Boys, The Merchant of Venice (Tony nomination); Henry IV (Tony nomination), The Rivals (2005 Tony Award), Disney's Newsies, Proof, Love! Valour! Compassion!, The Mineola Twins (Lortel and Hewes Awards) and The Met's Il Trittico. Film designs include Tony Goldwyn's A Walk on the Moon. A graduate of The Yale School of Drama, Jess has taught design there since 1990. 
ZACH BLANE (Lighting Design). Roundabout: Suicide IncorporatedYANK!. Selected Credits: LUNGSZero Hour (Barrington Stage Company, Massachusetts); Ragtime (The Strand Theatre, Boston); CONNED (City Theatre, Detroit); Biloxi Blues (Forestburgh Playhouse); Norwegian Cruise Lines (Fleet-wide Lighting Designer for production shows); NYMF '13 (Festival Lighting Designer). AWARDS: Excellence in Design at NYMF for The Awakening of Angel Deluna ('13), Baby Case ('12), Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, a musical ('11). Named "Designer to Watch" by Live Design Magazine 2011. USA 829.
BROKEN CHORD COLLECTIVE (Original Music & Sound Design) is Daniel Baker and Aaron Meicht. New York: Atlantic Theater Company; Cherry Lane Theatre; The Incubator Arts Project; Juilliard; Keen Company; Manhattan Theatre Club; Primary Stages; The Public Theater; Rattlestick Playwrights Theater; Second Stage Theatre; and Women’s Project. Regional: Arena Stage; Dallas Theater Center; Actors Theatre of Louisville; Berkeley Rep; Centerstage; Hartford Stage; Huntington Theatre Co.; Oregon Shakespeare Festival; The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; Shakespeare Theatre Company; Trinity Rep.
VANESSA COAKLEY (Production Stage Manager). Roundabout Theatre Company: Tigers Be Still. Broadway: The Merchant of Venice. National Tours: La Cage aux Folles (1st National- 2010 Broadway revival). Off-Broadway: The Call, Assistance, Go Back to Where You Are (Playwrights Horizons), Sleep No More (Punchdrunk), Equivocation (MTC), The Merchant of Venice, The Winter’s Tale (New York Shakespeare Festival. Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Huntington Theatre Company, A.R.T., Mark Taper Forum.
CATHERINE LYNCH (Stage Manager) is thrilled to return to the Roundabout Underground having previously worked on David West Read's The Dream of the Burning Boy. Broadway: The Assembled Parties, The Other Place, An Enemy of the People, A Life in the Theatre. Off-Broadway: Choir Boy (MTC), Chimichangas & Zoloft (Atlantic) & more. Founder of theater cookie company Curtain Up Cookie Design ( Thank you to Vanessa and Emily!