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DIANE LANE (Ranevskaya) Having garnered Screen Actors Guild, Golden Globe, and Oscar® nominations for her career’s work, Diane Lane most recently starred opposite Bryan Cranston and Helen Mirren in Jay Roach’s film Trumbo, whose cast was recognized by SAG with its Best Ensemble nomination. In 2015, Lane returned to the New York stage in Lincoln Center’s world premiere of Bathsheba Doran’s play The Mystery of Love and Sex directed by Sam Gold. She previously earned rave reviews for her performance in Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth at the Goodman Theater in Chicago. She received Emmy®, Golden Globe® and SAG Award® nominations for her leading role in HBO’s well-received film Cinema Verite, co-starring James Gandolfini and Tim Robbins, and starred opposite John Malkovich in Disney’s Secretariat, directed by Randall Wallace. Lane was hailed as Best Actress in 2002 by the New York Film Critics and National Society of Film Critics and received Academy Award®, Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe® nominations for her starring role as an adulterous wife in Adrian Lyne’s critically-acclaimed film Unfaithful. Lane's lengthy filmography includes Under the Tuscan Sun, which earned her another Golden Globe nomination, George C. Wolfe’s Nights in Rodanthe opposite Richard Gere, Hollywoodland with Ben Affleck, Must Love Dogs opposite John Cusack and Christopher Plummer, Wolfgang Petersen’s A Perfect Storm opposite George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg, My Dog Skip, the drama A Walk on the Moon, which landed Lane an Independent Spirit Award nomination, Sir Richard Attenborough’s Chaplin opposite Robert Downey Jr., and four films with Francis Ford Coppola: The Outsiders, Rumble Fish, The Cotton Club, and Jack opposite Robin Williams. On television, Lane has appeared in a wide range of roles, including A Streetcar Named Desire opposite Alec Baldwin and Jessica Lange, and her Emmy®-nominated role Lorena in the CBS series “Lonesome Dove,” opposite Robert Duvall. TV credits also include TNT's “The Virginian” with Bill Pullman, and the Hallmark Hall of Fame drama, “Grace & Glorie” opposite Gena Rowlands. Lane starred in the CBS epic miniseries “The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All” with Donald Sutherland and Cicely Tyson, sharing her character with the venerable Anne Bancroft. The miniseries was based on the best-selling novel by Allan Gurganus. Lane portrayed the title character from her early teens into her sixties. The daughter of drama coach Burt Lane and singer Colleen Farrington, Lane answered a call for child actors at La Mama Experimental Theater at age 6. She won a role in Andrei Serbian's famously primal, Eurepidis’ Greek version of Medea and subsequently appeared over the next five years in his productions of Electra, The Trojan Women, The Good Woman of Szechuan and As You Like It, both in New York and touring theater festivals around the world with LaMama ETC. After performing in Joseph Papp's productions of The Cherry Orchard and Agamemnon at Lincoln Center in 1976-77, Lane starred at The Public Theater in Runaways, and made her film debut opposite Sir Laurence Olivier in George Roy Hill's A Little Romance in 1978. Lane’s philanthropic focus has lately included Heifer International, Oceana, Half the Sky Movement and in 2016 she created a grant awarding music teachers to honor the late Elizabeth Swados in association with the Ziegfeld Club.
JOEL GREY (Firs) starred as the title character in Chekhov’s first play, Platonov, at Williamstown Theatre Festival in 1977. He is thrilled to return for his third Roundabout Theatre Company production in Chekhov’s final play, The Cherry Orchard. Joel, an Oscar, Tony, BAFTA and Golden Globe Award winning actor, rose to international fame for his indelible stage and screen portrayal of the Emcee in Cabaret, which premiered on Broadway 50 years ago. He is also a Tony Award-nominated director, internationally exhibited photographer, and author. His memoir, Master of Ceremonies, was published earlier this year.
CHUCK COOPER (Pischik) won the Tony Award® for his performance in Cy Coleman’s The Life. He has been featured in every theatrical genre on Broadway from Shakespeare to musical comedy. The Cherry Orchard is his fourteenth Broadway show. His other awards include: Lucille Lortel Award for his performance in The Piano Lesson, the San Diego Critics’ Circle Award for Two Trains Running, three Audelco Awards and two Drama Desk nominations for Choir Boy, and The Piano Lesson. His recent guest starring TV appearances include  "The Good Wife," “House of Cards,” “Madame Secretary,” “Gossip Girl,” “Nurse Jackie,” and “Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight.”  His favorite role is Eddie, Alex and Lilli’s father. He is gratefully married to playwright, Deborah Brevoort. 
TAVI GEVINSON (Anya). Broadway: The Crucible, This is Our Youth. Film: Enough Said. Television: “Scream Queens,” “The Simpsons,” and “Parenthood.”
JOHN GLOVER (Gaev) received Tony and Obie Awards for his performance in Love! Valour! Compassion!. He last appeared at the Roundabout Theatre Company in the revival of Waiting for Godot for which he received a Tony Award nomination. His previous Roundabout appearances include Give Me Your Answer, Do!, The Marriage of Bette and Boo and The Paris Letter, which earned a Drama Desk Award, Lucille Lortel Award and Drama League Award nominations. He was seen recently on Broadway in the Lincoln Center revival of Macbeth, the Mike Nichols production of Death of a Salesman and the Manhattan Theatre Club revival of The Royal Family. His other notable New York appearances include The Drowsy Chaperone; The Great God Brown for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination, Nikolai and the Others, The Atmosphere of Memory, Tartuffe, The Winter’s Tale, Sorrows and Rejoicings, Oblivion Postponed and the Shakespeare in the Park productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Troilus and Cressida. He recently completed a run in the original musical My Paris at the Goodspeed Opera House and as the President in the Long Wharf Theatre and George Street Playhouse premieres of The Second Mrs. Wilson. His most recent New York stage appearance was in A Foreign Body. He has received five Emmy Award nominations for his work on television and has been seen on film in such notable movies as Love! Valour! Compassion!, Scrooged, Julia and Annie Hall.
CELIA KEENAN-BOLGER (Varya). Broadway: Glass Menagerie (Tony Award® Nomination, Drama Desk Award, Dorothy Loudon Award), Peter And The Starcatcher, (Tony Nom, Drama Desk Nom, Drama League Nom) Les Miserables (Drama Desk nom.), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Tony Nom, Theatre World Award, Drama Desk Award for Best Ensemble). Off-Broadway: Tumacho (Clubbed Thumb) The Oldest Boy (Lincoln Center Theater), Merrily We Roll Along (City Center Encores), A Small Fire (Playwrights Horizons), Bachelorette (2econd Stage). TV: "Louie", "The Good Wife", "Nurse Jackie", "Good Behavior", "Elementary", "Law & Order SVU", "Heartland". Film: The Visit, Mariachi Gringo, Breakable You. Celia is a graduate of The University Of Michigan. 
HAROLD PERRINEAU (Lopakhin). An accomplished actor who has graced the stage, screen, and television, Harold Perrineau has earned a well-deserved reputation as a performer willing to take on just about anything, with roles ranging from drag queens to hardened criminals. A native of Brooklyn, Perrineau studied music and theatre at the Shenandoah Conservatory, but began his career as a dancer with the Alvin Ailey Company, performing with the troupe for a year and a half. A gradual shift to acting led Perrineau to the theatre, where he starred in a number of shows including Dreamgirls, the critically acclaimed Avenue X, the off-Broadway revival of Godspell, and TopDog/UnderDog where he won an NAACP Award under the direction of George Wolfe. While he was working on the stage, Perrineau also began appearing on TV in such shows as "The Cosby Show", "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd", "I'll Fly Away", and "Law & Order". He segued onto the big screen in the late '80s, but had his first memorable role as “Rashid Cole”, a young man searching for his long-absent father (Forest Whitaker) in Smoke, an acclaimed 1995 drama directed by Wayne Wang and based upon the writings of Paul Auster. This earned him a Best Supporting Male actor nomination at the Independent Spirit Awards. The following year he gained further exposure for his flamboyant, explosive portrayal of “Mercutio” in Baz Luhrmann's William Shakespeare's Romeo+ Juliet. At one point outfitted in a glitter miniskirt and platform heels, Perrineau proved a worthy, if idiosyncratic, foil for Leonardo Di Caprio's “Romeo” and gave a performance that marked him as one of the more distinctive “Mercutios” in the play's history. Perrineau subsequently appeared in a number of supporting roles in films ranging from Auster's Lulu on the Bridge (1998) to The Best Man (1999), a celebrated romantic comedy directed by Malcolm D. Lee (cousin of Spike Lee) that saw Perrineau share the screen with other members of a group widely billed as a new generation of African-American actors, including Taye Diggs, Morris Chestnut, and Nia Long. In addition to appearances in various independent films, Perrineau starred in Woman on Top (2000), a comedy that cast him as the drag queen best friend of a young woman (Penelope Cruz) experiencing romantic woes. In addition to his film work, Perrineau remained active on television with a significant role as paraplegic prisoner, and narrator Augustus Hill in the acclaimed HBO series, Oz. Perrineau reached an even wider audience through a string of high profile projects including a starring role in the final two installments of The Matrix trilogy (Revolutions & Reloaded), the hit 28 Weeks Later opposite Jeremy Renner, and his portrayal of “Michael” in the Emmy and Golden Globe winning ABC television serial Lost which garnered Perrineau a Screen Actors Guild award in 2004 for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Drama Series. Harold was recently seen in Kathryn Bigelow's Academy Award-nominated film, Zero Dark Thirty, and in the film, The Best Man Holiday, the anticipated sequel to The Best Man. His most recent television credits include playing Damon Pope, in "Sons of Anarchy", and Manny, in NBC's "Constantine". He can be seen next in DirecTV's anthology drama, "Full Circle: Miami", as well as David E. Kelly's Amazon drama, "Goliath" opposite Billy Bob Thornton.
KYLE BELTRAN (Trofimov) Broadway & First National Tour: Usnavi in In The Heights. Off-Broadway: Head of Passes (Public,) The Flick (Barrow Street,) Gloria (Vineyard), Fortress of Solitude (Public), Choir Boy (Manhattan Theatre Club, AUDELCO award) The Netflix Plays (Ars Nova), 10 Things To Do Before I Die (Second Stage). Regional: Fortress of Solitude (Dallas Theater Center) Head Of Passes (Steppenwolf), Good Goods (Yale Rep,) Kingdom (Old Globe). Film/TV: Equity (Sundance & Tribeca 2016), Louis CK's Horace and Pete, “The Big C” (Showtime,) "Unforgettable" (CBS.) Education: BFA in Drama, Carnegie Mellon. Follow @kyperbole. 
TINA BENKO (Charlotta) is currently performing on Broadway in Ivo Van Hove's production of The Crucible. She recently played Marianne3 in his production of Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes From a Marriage. Other recent New York theatre includes: Titania in Julie Taymor’s production of Midsummer Nights Dream, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in Elfriede Jellinek’s solo play Jackie, Informed Consent at Primary Stages, Tales from Red Vienna at MTC. Film and TV credits include Flesh and Bone, “NCIS New Orleans,” Fair Market Value, and “Vinyl.”
SUSANNAH FLOOD (Dunyasha) is grateful to the Roundabout for her Broadway debut! Other work in New York includes The Effect, Tribes (Barrow Street Theatre), Scenes From A Marriage, Love & Information (NYTW), Mr. Burns (Playwrights Horizons), The Sonic Life of a Giant Tortoise (PlayCo), Fulfillment (The Flea), As You Like It (The Public/NYSF), Bird in the Hand (Fulcrum Theater), Baby Scream Miracle (Clubbed Thumb), The Madrid (MTC), Okay (Ensemble Studio Theatre). Regional: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The McCarter, The Longwharf, Hartford Stage, The Denver Center and Trinity Rep (IRNE nom.), among others. Television: "Law & Order: SVU", "Chicago Fire" and "Deadbeat”.
MAURICE JONES (Yasha). Broadway: Julius Caesar, Romeo & Juliet. Off Broadway: Troilus & Cressida, Pretty Hunger (Public Theater). Little Children Dream of God (Roundabout). Regional: As You Like It, Ruined, To Kill A Mockingbird, The Taming of the Shrew (Denver Center); Butler (Barrington Stage); Julius Caesar (Folger Shakespeare Library); Lives of Reason (Two River Theater) The Learned Ladies (STNJ); Richard III, Charley’s Aunt, Fahrenheit 451, Topdog/Underdog, Nicholas Nickleby, Our Town (National Theatre Conservatory). Television: "30 Rock", "Conviction". Film: Winter’s Tale, And So It Goes, Romeo & Juliet. National Theatre Conservatory, MFA.
QUINN MATTFELD (Yepikhodov). Broadway/New York: Mr. Wormwood in the First National Tour of Matilda the Musical! (Royal Shakespeare Company), Ensemble in Pal Joey (Roundabout). Regional: Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher, Robert in Boeing Boeing, Sir Andrew in Twelfth Night, Gary in Noises Off, Orlando in As You Like It, Antipholus of Syracuse in Comedy of Errors, and himself in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (Utah Shakespeare Festival). Other Theaters include Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Willamette Repertory Theatre, and Great Lakes Theatre as well as four years as a Resident Artist at PCPA Theaterfest including Chris in All My Sons, The Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Stephano in The Tempest, Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice and the title role in Hamlet. Follow Quinn on Twitter and Instagram @qbermensch. Quinn would like to dedicate this performance to his Grandma Z.

PETER BRADBURY (Passer-by) Roundabout: Picnic, Cyrano De Bergerac, A Man for all Seasons, Mrs. Warren's Profession, Present Laughter, The Overwhelming, Hedda Gabler. Broadway: That Championship Season, The Norman Conquests, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, The Herbal Bed. Off-Broadway: The City Club, Break of Noon, Tricks the Devil Taught Me, Snakebit among others. Regional: Extensive. TV: “Boardwalk Empire,” “Unforgettable,” “Sally Hemings,” “Rubicon,” “Law & Orders,” “Rescue Me.”
PHILIP KERR (Station Master) recently appeared in The Christians in NYC and LA. A veteran of seven B’way shows, he has also appeared Off-B’way at MTC, Roundabout, Playwrights, CSC, NY Shakespeare, and Carnegie Hall. An honors graduate of Harvard, he trained at LAMDA, and has performed at most of the finer regional theaters. He is the recipient of Chicago’s Jefferson Award for Best Actor. Recent film: Look Away.
LISE BRUNEAU (Ensemble) Regional theatre credits include Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park: The Revolutionists; Denver Center Theatre Co: Heartbreak House; ACT San Francisco: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Angels in America; Cleveland Playhouse, The Game's Afoot; Chicago Shakespeare Theatre: Merry Wives of Windsor; Shakespeare Theatre Co: The Winter's Tale, Othello, Ion, Coriolanus, An Ideal Husband. Round House Theatre: This, Alice, The Book Club Play, Asher Lev; Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis: Richard III; Alabama Shakespeare Festival: Margaret of Anjou in War of the Roses; Center Stage: Murder of Isaac, Mary Stuart, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Blithe Spirit; Old Globe: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Misalliance; Magic Theatre: Triptych (World Premiere); Triad Stage: Moon for the Misbegotten; Seattle Rep: Pygmalion, An Ideal Husband; Great Lakes Theater: The Imaginary Invalid, The Winter's Tale; Indiana Rep: Private Lives; Wilma Theatre: Patience; Arizona Theatre Co: As You Like It; Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Love’s Labour’s Lost; Berkeley Rep: Triumph of Love, Pentecost, Lady from the Sea; San Jose Rep: The Seagull; Shakespeare Santa Cruz: Kean, Othello, Much Ado About Nothing; A Traveling Jewish Theatre: Dybbuk. Training: RADA.
JACQUELINE JARROLD (Ensemble) will make her Broadway and Roundabout debut in The Cherry Orchard. She has previously appeared in numerous productions at The Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. She has a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University.
IAN LASSITER (Ensemble). Broadway: War Horse (Lincoln Center). Off-Broadway: Pericles (TFANA), An Octoroon (TFANA), Antony & Cleopatra (Public, RSC Swan Theatre UK), Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 (Kazino), Mission Drift (co-writer/performer; Connelly Theater, US; National Theatre, London). Regional: Oliver! (Arena Stage), Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare & Co.), An Iliad: Guerrillas at Troy (Continuum Company, Florence, Italy), Henry V (Two River Theater). Fordham BA and NYU Grad MFA.
CARL HENDRICK LOUIS (Ensemble) Broadway Debut. Off-Broadway: The Tempest (Classical Theatre of Harlem); Little Children Dream of God (Roundabout Theatre Company); The King's Whore (Walkerspace); In Fields Where They Lay (Hudson Guild Theatre); Marat/Sade (Classical Theatre of Harlem). Regional: Sunset Baby (Kitchen Theatre Company). Film: Fan Girl, Unknown Soldier. Education: NYU’s Graduate Acting Program and Fordham University’s Theatre Program.
STEPHEN KARAM (A New Version)’s plays include The Humans, Sons of the Prophet (2012 Pulitzer Prize Finalist, 2012 Drama Critics Circle, Outer Critics Circle, Lucille Lortel and Hull-Warriner Awards for Best Play; inaugural Sam Norkin Drama Desk Award) and Speech & Debate (the inaugural production of Roundabout Underground). For film, he’s written the screenplay for Chekhov’s The Seagull (starring Annette Bening), scheduled for a 2016 premiere. He teaches playwriting at The New School. Born and raised in Scranton, PA, he’s a graduate of Brown University.
ANTON CHEKHOV (Playwright) was born in Taganrog, Ukraine, on January 17, 1860. Plays include Platanov, Ivanov, The Seagull, Uncle Vanya, Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard.

SIMON GODWIN (Director) is an Associate Director at the National Theatre, where he has directed The Beaux Stratagem, Man and Superman and Strange Interlude. At the Royal Court, his work includes Routes, If You Don’t Let Us Dream, We Won’t Let You Sleep, NSFW, The Witness, Goodbye to All That, The Acid Test and Wanderlust. For Bristol Old Vic, The Little Mermaid, Krapp’s Last Tape, A Kind of Alaska, Faith Healer and Far Away. For the RSC, he has directed The Two Gentlemen of Verona. He has also directed Richard II for Shakespeare’s Globe and a national tour or Pat Barker’s acclaimed novel, Regeneration. In 2016, Simon will direct Hamlet for the RSC, as well as the world premiere of Sunset at the Villa Thalia, a new play by Alexi Kaye Campbell, for the National Theatre.

SCOTT PASK (Set Design). Broadway productions include:  The Book of Mormon (Tony Award), Waitress, The Father, Something Rotten!, The Visit, Pippin (Tony nomination),  Finding Neverland, It’s Only a Play, The Pillowman (Tony Award), HAIR, Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Tony nomination), The Coast of Utopia (Tony, Outer Critics Circle, and Drama Desk Awards), Nine, and Urinetown. Cirque du Soleil's Amaluna.  With Joe Mantello: An Act of God, BlackbirdAirline HighwayCasa Valentina, I’ll Eat You Last, Pal Joey (Tony nomination), The Ritz, 9 to 5, Take Me Out, November, Bash, The Mineola Twins. @scottpaskstudio
MICHAEL KRASS (Costume Design). Roundabout: Noises Off (Tony nomination), Machinal (Tony nomination), The Constant Wife (Tony  nomination), Twelve Angry Men, The Rehearsal (Drama Desk nomination), A View From the Bridge, After The Fall, The Lion in Winter, etc. Other Broadway: Heisenberg, Living On Love, The Lions, Hedda Gabler, Charlie Brown, moreOff-Broadway: world premieres by Albee, Guare, Durang, Lonergan, Uhry, plus multiple revivals, devised work by Built for Collapse and ballets for Eliot Feld. Opera: Pelleas and Melisande (Mariinsky Theatre). Upcoming: The Debate Society, Will Eno’s new play.
DONALD HOLDER (Lighting Design).  Roundabout: She Loves Me, On the Twentieth Century, All My Sons, After The Fall, Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin, many others. Broadway credits include: The Lion King and South Pacific  (Tony Awards), The Bridges Of Madison CountyGolden Boy Ragtime,  Les Liasons Dangereuses, A Streetcar Named Desire, Movin’ Out,  Gem of the Ocean, Juan Darien (all Tony nominated), You Can’t Take It With You, Spiderman, Big FishBullets Over Broadway The Boy From Oz, many othersTelevision: “Smash” Seasons 1 and 2.
CHRISTOPHER CRONIN (Sound Design). Roundabout: Noises Off. Broadway: Private Lives, Ghetto Klown, Driving Miss Daisy, Your Welcome America, God of Carnage, The Vertical Hour, Faith Healer, Bridge and Tunnel, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Life (x) 3, The Graduate, Prune Danish, and Much Ado about Everything. Over 40 Broadway shows as Associate: including Wolf Hall, The River, Cripple of Inishmaan, Of Mice and Men, Waiting for Godot, Hamlet, Enron, Red, Boeing Boeing, Rock and Roll, Frost/Nixon, Pillowman, Democracy, Jumpers, Def Poetry Jam
JONATHAN GODDARD (Movement). The Cherry Orchard is Jonathan’s first time working with Roundabout. Work in Movement Direction includes National Theatre UK: Sunset at the Villa Thalia, Strange Interlude, Man and Superman, The Beaux' Stratagem, As You Like It. Royal Shakespeare Company: Two Gentlemen of Verona. Other work in theatre includes: Harrogate and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (West End Dance Associate).

NICO MUHLY (Original Music) is an American composer and collaborator who has written more than 80 musical works, including for The Metropolitan Opera and Carnegie Hall; the film score for the Academy Award-winner The Reader; and arrangements for Sufjan Stevens and Joanna Newsom. Born in Vermont, Muhly studied composition at the Juilliard School. He lives in New York City.

PAUL HUNTLEY (Hair & Wig Design). London-born Paul Huntley has worked on hundreds of Broadway shows since his 1972 arrival in New York. Roundabout: Importance of Being Earnest, Noises Off, On The Twentieth Century, Cabaret, and The Three Sisters just to name a few. Also the original productions of Amadeus, Cats, Evita, Les Misérables, Sweeney Todd, The Producers, and Hairspray. A recipient of the Drama Desk and Tony awards, he has also worked with the some of the most legendary leading ladies of the cinema, ranging from Bette Davis, Marlene Dietrich and Vivien Leigh to Jane Fonda, Glenn Close, and Jessica Lange. 
JOHN MILLER (Music Coordinator). Roundabout: Holiday Inn, The Robber Bridegroom, Into the Woods; Sondheim on Sondheim; Death Takes a Holiday; Sunday in the Park with George; Nine; Follies. Recent Broadway: Something Rotten; Les Miserables; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; Jersey Boys; On The Town; Newsies. Musician (bass):  Leonard Cohen, Eric Clapton, Frank Sinatra. His album Stage Door Johnny – John Miller: Takes on Broadway is available on PS Classics Records.
ALLISON HORSLEY (Literal Translation). Broadway dramaturgy: Dr. Zhivago, Jersey Boys, Dracula. Regional dramaturgy: Denver Center Theatre Company, O’Neill National Music Theater Conference, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse, Yale Repertory Theatre, Centerstage, Dallas Theater Center. Literal translations of Chekhov’s major plays originally commissioned by OSF in collaboration with Libby Appel. Former Associate Professor, University of Denver. Literary Manager: Court Theatre, Christchurch, New Zealand.
PAUL KIEVE (Magic Consultant). Broadway: Ghost (Drama Desk Award), Matilda, Pippin, An Act of God, Finding Neverland, Side Show, Macbeth (Armory). Film: Harry Potter (Azkaban), Hugo.  Other: Mickey and the Magician (Disneyland Paris), Batman Live, Phantom US tour, Groundhog Day - Old Vic, London, where he is Associate Artist. Consultant to David Copperfield, Penn & Teller, David Blaine. Magic Castle (Hollywood) Creative Fellowship winner. Roundabout debut.
KATE WILSON (Vocal Coach). Roundabout: Therese Raquin, Old Times, Real Thing, Violet, Machinal, Picnic, Drood, Cyrano de Bergerac. Broadway: The Front Page, The Crucible, Fully Committed, Hughie, Bright Star, A View From the Bridge, An American in Paris, The Audience, Skylight, Fish in the Dark, Elephant Man, Constellations, You Can’t Take It with You, Rocky, Raisin in the Sun, Big Fish, Bountiful, Heiress, War Horse, Mountaintop. Film/TV: “Lady Bird,” Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, “Olive Kitteridge,” Inside Llewyn Davis. Faculty: Juilliard.
THOMAS SCHALL (Fight Director). Over 60 Broadway shows: The Front Page, The Crucible, Blackbird, The Color Purple, This Is Our Youth, Of Mice And Men, Romeo And Juliet, Lucky Guy, Death Of A Salesman, Venus In Fur, War Horse. Numerous shows at The Public Theater, MTC, Lincoln Center, Roundabout Theatre Company, The Met Opera.
CHRISTINE GOLDMAN BAGWELL (Production Props). Broadway debut as Production Props Supervisor!  Off-Broadway/Regional: Atlantic Theater Company, The Public, Primary Stages, Speakeasy Stage Company, Bucks County Playhouse, American Repertory Theater, and Williamstown Theater Festival. Props Assistant on Broadway: Old Times (Roundabout), Therese Raquin (Roundabout), Blackbird, Hughie, and Hand to God. BFA Ithaca College.
JILL CORDLE (Production Stage Manager). Broadway: Blackbird, The Gin Game, The Audience, The Realistic Joneses, Betrayal, Picnic, Death of a Salesman, Jerusalem, God of Carnage, November, The Odd Couple, Glengarry Glen Ross, Reckless, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, True West, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Art. National tours: Cats, MOMIX, Catskills on Broadway. Proud Equity member since 1988. Best credits: Emma and Henry Mont.
MORGAN HOLBROOK (Stage Manager). Roundabout: Picnic, Sons of the Prophet, Death Takes a Holiday, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Present Laughter, The Understudy Broadway: Blackbird, The Gin Game, The Audience, The Realistic Joneses, Betrayal, R+H’s Cinderella, How to Succeed… Graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and Sara.