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BARBARA BARRIE (Helene) has had a distinguished career in film, television and theatre. On Broadway, Ms. Barrie has appeared in The Selling of the President, The Prisoner of Second Avenue, California Suite, Torch Song Trilogy and Company (Tony nomination). She recently appeared Off-Broadway in I Remember Mama (OCC nomination). Other Off-Broadway credits include The Vagina Monologues, Current Events, After-Play, The Crucible, The Beaux’ Stratagem, Love Letters, Isn’t It Romantic? and The Killdeer (Obie and Drama Desk awards). Television credits include “Law and Order” (Emmy nomination), “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” (Emmy nomination), “Breaking Away” (Emmy nomination), “Suddenly Susan,” “Enlightened,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Once and Again,” “Barney Miller,” “Thirtysomething” and “Family Ties.” Her mini-series and television movie credits include “Scarlett,” “Roots: The Next Generation,” “A Chance of Snow,” “My Left Breast,” “The Odd Couple: Together Again,” “Tell Me My Name,” “To Race the Wind,” “American Love Affair,” and “Barefoot in the Park.” Film credits include One Potato, Two Potato (Best Actress Award, Cannes Film Festival), Breaking Away (Academy Award nomination), Judy Berlin (Independent Spirit Award nomination), Frame of Mind, Second Best, Hercules, Private Benjamin, The Bell Jar and Thirty Days.

JOHN BEHLMANN (Will/Conrad/Tony) most recently appeared Off-Broadway in the world premiere of the Civilians’ Pretty Filthy and starred as Nuke Laloosh in the pre-Broadway engagement of the new musical Bull Durham. He starred in the Tony-winning New York production of The 39 Steps, and made his Broadway debut in the Tony-winning revival of Journey’s End. Other NY credits include Eager to Lose (Ars Nova); Wild Animals You Should Know (MCC); The Steadfast (SLANT); Trapeze Hero! (Ars Nova ANT Fest); and Ghosts (Pearl). Regionally, he’s appeared at the Alliance, McCarter, Bay Street, Shakespeare Theater Co., Denver Center, Magic, PCS, Guild Hall, NYSAF, and more. Films include Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street, Sam Mendes’ Revolutionary Road, Pretty Bird, and the upcoming indies Lies I Told My Little Sister and Stryka. TV: “Blue Bloods”; “The Good Wife”; “3 lbs.”, “All My Children”, and “Guiding Light”. Other: Voiced characters in Grand Theft Auto V and World of Warcraft. John is also an occasional rapper and a trapeze artist who runs aerial theater company Fight or Flight. MFA: NTC (Denver). BA: Wesleyan University.

SAS GOLDBERG (Kiki) is thrilled to be making her Roundabout Theatre Company debut. Other New York credits include: David Adjmi's Stunning (Lincoln Center), The Best of Everything (HERE Arts Center) and The Urban Dictionary Plays (Ars Nova). Film/TV: “HAPPYish” (Showtime), “The Battery's Down,” and Hairbrained. Sas can also be seen starring in You Must Be Joking (co-writer/producer) released June 19. BFA from the University of Michigan. @sasgoldie

GIDEON GLICK (Jordan) made his Roundabout Theatre debut as “Howie” in Speech and Debate by Stephen Karam. He first appeared on Broadway originating the role of "Ernst" in Spring Awakening, and was in the original cast of Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark. In 2012, Gideon appeared as “Jack” in Into the Woods for Shakespeare in the Park alongside an all-star cast of Amy Adams, Denis O’Hare and Jessie Mueller. Other Off-Broadway plays include Wild Animals You Should Know for MCC Theater and Samuel D. Hunter's The Few for the Rattlestick Theater. Regionally, Gideon has done work for The Old Globe, FringeNYC, Cherry Lane, Culture Project, Ensemble Studio Theater, Prince Music Theater and The Wilma Theater. Gideon had a recurring role in Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” and appeared in “Gods Behaving Badly” opposite Edie Falco and Christopher Walken. Other credits include “One Last Thing…,” “A Case Of You,” “And It Could Be Worse.” Most recently he could be seen in “Man Seeking Woman” with Jay Baruchel.

LINDSAY MENDEZ (Laura) was most recently seen in The York Theater's production of Sondheim's Saturday Night. Prior to that she had the honor of playing Hermione in The Public's Shakespeare in the Park production of The Winter's Tale. On Broadway, she starred as Elphaba in Wicked, celebrating the show’s 10th Anniversary. Lindsay has received Drama Desk, Drama League and Outer Critics Circle nominations for her portrayal of Rose in the world premiere of Dogfight at Second Stage Theater, directed by Joe Mantello. Other Broadway/Off-Broadway credits include: Godspell (2011 Revival), Everyday Rapture, The Marvelous Wonderettes and Grease (2007 Revival).

CARRA PATTERSON (Vanessa). Roundabout: Little Children Dream of God. Broadway: Wit (Manhattan Theatre Club). Off-Broadway: Luck of the Irish (Lincoln Center 3), Richard III (Epic Theater / Signature Theater), Measure for Measure (Public Theater). Regional: In the Red & Brown Water (Alliance), Ceremonies in Dark Old Men (dir. Kenny Leon, True Colors), The Wiz (True Colors). Film: Straight Outta Compton. TV: “Blue Bloods,” “Elementary,” “The Good Wife.” MFA: NYU Graduate Acting Program.

LUKE SMITH (Gideon/Evan/Roger). Roundabout debut! First National Tour: Peter and the Starcatcher (Smee). New York: Hit the Wall (Barrow Street Theatre), F*#king Hipsters (NYMF), Caucasian Chalk Circle (Sonnet Repertory Theater). Regional: One Man, Two Guvnors (St. Louis Repertory Theatre), Buddy Holly Story (Walnut Street Theatre), My Fair Lady and Saving Aimee (Signature Theater). Film: Freedom starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. Co-Songwriter for group Awning ( Proud graduate of UNCSA.

BROOKS BRANTLY (Understudy). Brooks Brantly is delighted to a part of the Roundabout family. Past credits include: The Whipping Man at Portland Stage, War Horse (first national tour) and Gleam at Baltimore’s Centerstage. He is a Morehouse College graduate and a MFA Acting recipient from the University of Connecticut. Loving is Living.

ALICE CANNON (Understudy). Broadway: James Joyce’s: The Dead (Helen Hayes award); Company (original cast). Off-Broadway: I Remember Mama (Transport Group), Mr. Pim Passes By (Mint Theatre), The General from America (Lucille Lortel award). Regional: Road to Mecca (Best Actress award, Raleigh, NC), 4000 Miles (Hudson Stage Co.). Film: Jewish Girls Are Easy, The Producers.

BEN EDELMAN (Understudy). Ben Edelman is thrilled to be working his first NYC job, understudying with Roundabout. Recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. Recent credits: Andrei in Three Sisters at CMU directed by Pam Berlin, Louis in Angels in America. Endless thanks to family and friends!

ARIEL WOODIWISS (Understudy). Ariel is delighted to join Significant Other! Previous credits at The Flea, Primary Stages, Ensemble Studio Theater (NYC). Also Williamstown, City Theatre (Pittsburgh), Long Wharf, Steppenwolf, The Old Vic (London). Thanks to Sinclair Management, MH & MG. To my real-life Significant Other: What's yours is mine. Mine, I say!


JOSHUA HARMON (Playwright). Joshua Harmon's play Bad Jews had its world premiere at Roundabout Underground and was the first play to transfer to the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre (Outer Critics Circle and Lortel nominations, Best Play). Bad Jews is the third most produced play this season, with productions at the Geffen, Long Wharf, Magic, and Studio Theatre, among others, and opens this winter at the St. James in London after a critically acclaimed run at Theatre Royal Bath. His work has also been produced and developed by Manhattan Theatre Club, Hangar Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Ars Nova, The O'Neill and Actor's Express, where he was the 2010–2011 National New Play Network Playwright-in-Residence. Fellowships from MacDowell, Atlantic Center for the Arts, SPACE at Ryder Farm and the Eudora Welty Foundation. He is currently in the Playwrights Program at Juilliard and under commission from Roundabout and Lincoln Center Theater.

TRIP CULLMAN (Director). Select NYC: Simon Stephens's Punk Rock (MCC), Jon Robin Baitz's The Substance of Fire (Second Stage), Tarrell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy (Manhattan Theater Club), Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash's Murder Ballad (Manhattan Theater Club and Union Square Theater), Paul Weitz's Lonely, I'm Not (Second Stage), Leslye Headland's Assistance (Playwrights Horizons), Adam Bock's A Small Fire (Playwrights Horizons, Drama Desk nom.), Adam Rapp's The Hallway Trilogy: Nursing (Rattlestick), Headland's Bachelorette (Second Stage), Terrence McNally's Some Men (Second Stage), Bert V. Royal's Dog Sees God (Century Center), Bock's The Drunken City (Playwrights Horizons), Weitz's Roulette (EST), Jonathan Tolins's The Last Sunday In June (Rattlestick and Century Center), Bock's Swimming In The Shallows (Second Stage), Gina Gionfriddo's US Drag (stageFARM), and several productions with The Play Company. London: Bock's The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, PA (Tricycle). Select regional: McCraney's Choir Boy (Geffen and Alliance), John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation (Old Globe), Richard Greenberg's The Injured Party (South Coast Rep), McNally's Unusual Acts of Devotion (La Jolla Playhouse), Christopher Durang's Betty's Summer Vacation (Bay Street), Bess Wohl's Touched (Williamstown Theater Festival).
MARK WENDLAND (Scenic Design). Broadway: If/Then, Merchant of Venice (Tony nom.), Next to Normal (Tony nom.), Talk Radio, An Almost Holy Picture, Death of a Salesman. Recent New York: Distracted (Roundabout), Punk Rock (MCC), I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard (Atlantic), Murder Ballad (MTC), A Month in the Country, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (CSC), Lonely I’m Not (Second Stage), RENT (New World Stages), The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide... (Public Theater).

KAYE VOYCE (Costume Design). Roundabout: Arms and the Man. Broadway: The Real Thing, Shining City, The Realistic Joneses. Recent credits include The Evening (The Kitchen), The Mystery of Love and Sex (Lincoln Center Theater), The Wayside Motor Inn and Heartless (Signature Theatre), Detroit (Playwrights Horizons), 4000 Miles (Lincoln Center Theater). International credits include Il Turco in Italia (Festival d'Aix en Provence and Teatro Regio, Torino).

JAPHY WEIDEMAN (Lighting Design). Roundabout: Cyrano de Bergerac, Sons of the Prophet, Tigers Be Still. Broadway: The Visit, Airline Highway, Heidi Chronicles, Of Mice and Men (Tony Nom), The Nance (Tony Nom), Macbeth (Drama Desk Nom). Select NYC: What’s It All About?: Bacharach Reimagined (NYTW), Punk Rock (MCC), 4000 Miles, The Oldest Boy (LCT), Jack Goes Boating (Drama Desk Nom), Wild With Happy (The Public/NYSF), Somewhere Fun (Vineyard).

DANIEL KLUGER (Sound Design). Roundabout: The Common Pursuit. New York: The Mystery of Love and Sex, Nikolai and the Others (Lincoln Center), Iowa, Your Mother’s Copy of The Kama Sutra (Playwrights Horizons), I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard, Women or Nothing (Atlantic Theater Company), The Nether, The Village Bike, Really Really (MCC), You Got Older (PAGE73), Somewhere Fun, The North Pool (Vineyard), Tribes, Hit the Wall (Barrow Street Theatre).

SAM PINKLETON (Choreographer). Roundabout: Machinal. Recent: I Promised Myself To Live Faster (Pig Iron/Humana), Hair: Retrospection (KC Rep), Pretty Filthy (The Civilians); Kansas City Choir Boy (Prototype); Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 (Kazino), Mr. Burns; Fly By Night, Stage Kiss (Playwrights Horizons); Marie Antoinette (Soho Rep), The Understudy (McCarter), The Lightning Thief (Theatreworks). Upcoming: Amelie (Berkeley Rep).