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Founder of the Cleveland Public Theatre and winner of the 2012 Robert Bergman Prize
Jennifer Rohn has appeared in theatre productions on and off Broadway, in the United States and Europe, and in films and television, collaborating extensively with the renowned director Robert Wilson.
Gian-Murray Gianino is a critically acclaimed actor working in theatre, television and film. A member of Anne Bogart's SITI Company, he has originated roles in many of their groundbreaking shows and continues to perform and teach in NYC and throughout the world.
Actor, director, and screenwriter currently starring in the HBO series The Leftovers
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Choreographer of the original Broadway Hair and countless stage and film productions
Associate artistic director of The Public Theatre in New York City, former founder and producer of The Underwood Theatre, which supported new work from emerging playwrights, and former literary manager and resident dramaturg at the New York Theatre Workshop
Oliver Wadsworth is an award winning actor and writer who has worked extensively throughout the U.S. His upcoming projects include plays at the Fulton Theatre, White Heron Theatre, and The Rep in Albany.
The screenwriting genius behind the adaption of the bestselling Twilight saga and the hit shows Dexter and Jessica Jones
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Longtime arts advocate and co-founder of The Chocolate Factory, an award-winning incubator of experimental performance in Queens, New York
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Filmmaker whose work, including The Master Cleanse (2013) and Stationary (2015), seamlessly blends popular television, cult films, and queer cinema to explore the self-help obsessions of privileged Brooklynites and the grey areas between love and friendship.
Jiyoun Chang is a scenic and lighting designer who has worked on many new plays and classics. She cares deeply how characters live in a space and evolve with lights and sound and other visual elements as a story moves on.
Playwright who has done workshops at Horizon Theatre Company and The Playwrights' Center. His play ZAMBONI received an Honorable Mention in the American Playwright Foundation’s 2017 Relentless Awards.
Charles Schoonmaker is an Emmy Award-winning costume designer for theatre, dance, opera, and television.
Actress best known for her longtime roles on The Wonder Years and The Bold and the Beautiful
Kirk Jackson is an actor/director with four decades of experience on and off Broadway and regionally. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, he has assisted Ivo van Hove on multiple productions in New York City and, recently, began to direct operas.
Composer, writer, and director who fashioned a unique style of socially engaged musical theatre
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Actor best known for her role in the MTV series Awkward.
Mercedes Herrero is an award-winning actress with over 30 years of professional experience in Theatre, Film and Television. She is an ensemble member of Moisés Kaufman’s Tectonic Theatre Project, and is currently in her third season as Vanessa Morrison on House of Cards.
Actress, writer, rocker, and queer Xicanx who liberates marginalized voices. Artist and producer for LGBTQ+ and Latinx play festivals in East LA. Operations and Development Associate at CoachArt, a nonprofit providing arts and athletics for kids impacted by chronic illness.
A dramaturg, theater historian, and author of American Cinderellas on the Broadway Musical Stage (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), Maya Cantu specializes in twentieth-century American theater.
Leading ﬁgure in American theatre, former artistic director of Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and winner of a Tony award for outstanding regional theatre
As the artistic director of the Dorset Theatre Festival, a host of the LAByrinth Theatre Company’s workshops at Bennington, and a member of the famed Actor’s Studio, Dina Janis has studied, worked with, and supported some of the most talented actors, writers, and directors working in theatre today.
Emmy Award-winning actress known for playing strong characters in shows such as Two and a Half Men and in her one-woman play, Ann, based on Texas governor Ann Richards
Brian Lambert is the Technical Instructor in Lighting & Dance Production whose work in sound, lighting, and audio has taken him from the Big Apple Circus to the Dorset Theatre Festival, among many other places.
Who can turn the world on with their smile? Who can a take a nothing day and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile? It's not James Smith III and you should know it.
Award-winning actor who has appeared in some of Hollywood’s most iconic films, including Catch-22, Glengarry Glen Ross, Grosse Pointe Blank, Argo, and Little Miss Sunshine (for which he won a Golden Globe and an Oscar)
Playwright and member of award-winning Youngblood writers group. Resident writer at the Flea Theater. Recipient of Seattle Repertory Theatre’s emerging playwright commission.
Richard MacPike brings his experience working on Broadway shows such as The Lion King and companies like the Santa Fe Opera and Glimmerglass to his work as costume shop manager at Bennington.