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April 20 - May 19, 2013 ,

Rich Girl

written by Victoria Stewart
directed by Michael Bloom

Advisory: Recommended for ages 12 and up. Contains strong language.

When sheltered Claudine meets starving artist Henry, she falls head over heels. But her mother, a celebrated tough-talking financial guru, has her doubts: Is Henry everything her daughter deserves or is he only after her money? Rich Girl, a modern day take on the classic play and film The Heiress, is a clever new comedy about women and their relationships with men, mothers and money – and not necessarily in that order.

”Intriguing…highly appealing” - The New York Times

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Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Tony Roach and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Liz Larsen and Dee Hoty in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Liz Larsen, Crystal Finn and Tony Roach in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Tony Roach and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Crystal Finn and Tony Roach in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Tony Roach and Dee Hoty in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty and Liz Larsen in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty, Liz Larsen, Crystal Finn and Tony Roach in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty, Liz Larsen and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Dee Hoty in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Crystal Finn and Tony Roach in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty, Crystal Finn, Tony Roach and Liz Larsen in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Dee Hoty in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Liz Larsen and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left: Dee Hoty and Crystal Finn in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Crystal Finn and Tony Roach in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Crystal Finn and Tony Roach in the Cleveland Play House production of "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, directed by Michael Bloom, in Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare, April 19 - May 19, 2013. Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni.

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Michael Bloom

Michael Bloom

(Director) is the eighth artistic director of Cleveland Play House. For CPH he has adapted Emma(published by Samuel French), and directed Bell, Book and Candle; Every Good Boy Deserves Favor (with The Cleveland Orchestra for New Ground Theatre Festival); Ten Chimneys;Lost in Yonkers; Heaven’s My Destination; The Glass Menagerie; more(Director) is the eighth artistic director of Cleveland Play House. For CPH he has adapted Emma(published by Samuel French), and directed Bell, Book and Candle; Every Good Boy Deserves Favor (with The Cleveland Orchestra for New Ground Theatre Festival); Ten Chimneys;Lost in Yonkers; Heaven’s My Destination; The Glass Menagerie; A Streetcar Named Desire; Lincolnesque; Rabbit Hole; Well; and Private Lives. He has directed at many of the country’s other major theatres including American Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Rep, Old Globe Theatre, South Coast Rep, Seattle Rep, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Manhattan Theatre Club, Alley Theatre, Alliance Theatre Company, and Long Wharf Theatre. His productions have also been seen throughout Japan. His off-Broadway production of Sight Unseen garnered three Obie Awards, and he received a Drama Desk nomination for direction. Other productions include the American premiere of A Young Lady from Rwanda; Gross Indecency, Elliott Norton Award for Best Directing, 1998; and the world premieres ofDinner with Friends at Actors Theatre of Louisville and Tennessee Williams’ Spring Storm. His articles have appeared in American Theatre Magazine and The New York Times, and his book Thinking Like a Director was published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux in 2001.

Crystal Finn

Crystal Finn

(Claudine) is thrilled to be back at Cleveland Play House, where she played Claudine in Tory Stewart’s new play Rich Girl. Crystal also performed her own play, Becoming Liv Ullmann, at the New Ground Theatre Festival in 2013. New York credits include Pocatello, Playwrights Horizons; 16 Words or Less, La more(Claudine) is thrilled to be back at Cleveland Play House, where she played Claudine in Tory Stewart’s new play Rich Girl. Crystal also performed her own play, Becoming Liv Ullmann, at the New Ground Theatre Festival in 2013. New York credits include Pocatello, Playwrights Horizons; 16 Words or Less, La Brea, Luther and Five Genocides, Clubbed Thumb Theater; Breaking the Spell, Some Women… and Brack’s Last Bachelor Party, 59E59; and Bird in the Hand, Fulcrum Theater. Regional credits include Two River Theater, George Street Playhouse, Dorset Theatre Festival and Merrimack Repertory. Crystal’s play The Faire received its world premiere in 2013 with Fault Line Theater in New York. Crystal received her B.A. in English from UC Berkeley and her M.F.A. in Acting from Brown/Trinity Rep. She is an affiliated artist with Clubbed Thumb Theater.

Dee Hoty

Dee Hoty

(Eve) got her start in theatre at Cleveland Play House. She has since earned three Tony Award nominations for starring roles in Footloose, The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public, and The Will Rogers Follies. She starred on Broadway and in eight major U.S. cities as Donna in Mamma Mia!Additional Broadway more(Eve) got her start in theatre at Cleveland Play House. She has since earned three Tony Award nominations for starring roles in Footloose, The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public, and The Will Rogers Follies. She starred on Broadway and in eight major U.S. cities as Donna in Mamma Mia!Additional Broadway credits include Bye Bye Birdie at Roundabout Theatre Company, City of Angels (Outer Critics Circle Nomination), Me and My Girl, Big River, The Five O’Clock Girl and Shakespeare’s Cabaret. Other highlights include playing Diana Vreeland in Full Gallop, tours of 9 to 5 as Violet,Barnum, Doctor Dolittle, Phyllis in Follies (Paper Mill, cast recording), and Kay Thompson in Stormy Weather (Barrymore Award, L.A. Ovation Award nomination). Film and television includes Smash, Elementary, Law & Order(s), the soaps, commercials, voiceovers, recordings and cabaret work. Hoty is a graduate of Otterbein College with an honorary doctorate from same. Proud to be a member of Actors’ Equity Association, she will soon be inducted into CPH’s Hall of Fame.

Liz Larsen

Liz Larsen

(Maggie) appeared on Broadway in Hairspray, The Rocky Horror Show, Damn Yankees, Most Happy Fella (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations, L.A. Drama Logue Award), A Little Night Music (City Opera),Starmites, Smell of the Kill, Fiddler on the Roof, and Annie. Off-Broadway includes A New Brain, more(Maggie) appeared on Broadway in Hairspray, The Rocky Horror Show, Damn Yankees, Most Happy Fella (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations, L.A. Drama Logue Award), A Little Night Music (City Opera),Starmites, Smell of the Kill, Fiddler on the Roof, and Annie. Off-Broadway includes A New Brain, Lincoln Center Theatre;Loman Family Picnic and The New Yorkers, Manhattan Theatre Club; Bingo; Little By Little; Him and Her (Fringe Festival Best Actress Award); Such Good Friends and My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding (New York Musical Theatre Festival Best Actress Award for both). She has toured nationally in Blues in the Night with Eartha Kitt, Sunday in the Park with George(Helen Hayes Award nomination, Best Featured Actress), andBaby. Film and television include Bridge and Tunnel (2014),Bunheads (ABC Family), recurring roles on Law & Order for 10 seasons and Law & Order: SVU for four; The Sopranos; Exit 19(with Geena Davis); and My Guys. Web series include Wainy Days, Weiner on Weiner and Submissions Only.

Tony Roach

Tony Roach

(Henry) acted in New York at Primary Stages in a workshop of The Men, The Actors Company Theatre (TACT) inYou Can’t Take It With You and Separate Tables (Salon Series), Studio 42 in the American premiere of Gaugleprixtown, and Drama League/Fringe in Cop Out. Regional theatre includes Shakespeare Theatre Company, more(Henry) acted in New York at Primary Stages in a workshop of The Men, The Actors Company Theatre (TACT) inYou Can’t Take It With You and Separate Tables (Salon Series), Studio 42 in the American premiere of Gaugleprixtown, and Drama League/Fringe in Cop Out. Regional theatre includes Shakespeare Theatre Company, The Liar (world premiere); All’s Well That Ends Well, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, and The Imaginary Invalid, Shakespeare & Company; As You Like It and Romeo & Juliet, Portland Stage Company; Marie Antoinette, The Color of Flesh and many others, Kitchen Theatre; Arizona Theatre Company; American Repertory Theatre; Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis; Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Alabama Shakespeare Festival; and Vermont Stage Company. Film includes the title role in The Adventures of Buckskin Jack and Miles from Nowhere. He was a guitarist/singer in the Birmingham, Alabama-based band Catalytic. His Bachelor of Arts is from Columbia University; Master of Fine Arts, Harvard University’s ART/MXAT Institute.

Victoria Stewart

Victoria Stewart

(Playwright) was a professional stage manager before graduating from the Playwrights Workshop at the University of Iowa. Stewart has received the Francesca Primus Prize, a McKnight Advancement Grant, the Helen Merrill Playwriting Award, a Martha R. Ingram New Works Fellowship, a Jerome Fellowship, and she was a finalist for The more(Playwright) was a professional stage manager before graduating from the Playwrights Workshop at the University of Iowa. Stewart has received the Francesca Primus Prize, a McKnight Advancement Grant, the Helen Merrill Playwriting Award, a Martha R. Ingram New Works Fellowship, a Jerome Fellowship, and she was a finalist for The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. She’s been artist-in-residence at Ucross Foundation/Sundance Institute, London’s Donmar Warehouse, The Hermitage Artist Retreat, Tofte Lake Center and Hedgebrook. Rich Girl has had readings at City Theater and Broken Watch and was developed in residence at Tennessee Repertory Theatre. Her plays include Hardball, Summer Play Festival and Live Girls! Theater, named one of the best productions of 2011 by The Seattle Times; 800 Words: The Transmigration of Philip K. Dick, Caravan Theatre, Live Girls! Theater, and Workhaus Collective, named one of the top ten productions of 2009 by Citypages; Live Girls, Urban Stages, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, and Stage Left; Nightwatches, Overlap Productions; Mercy Watson to the Rescue, Children’s Theatre Company; Leitmotif, The Last Scene; and an adaptation of Henry James’ The Bostonians. She was a collaborator onFissures (lost and found) presented at Actors Theatre of Louisville’s 2010 Humana Festival. Recently she completed a screenplay for HBO and a bilingual collaborative piece,Clandestino, with Cory Hinkle and The Wilhelm Brothers about the INS raid in Postville, Iowa. She is a producing member of the Workhaus Collective (a collective of Minnesota playwrights producing their own work); a core member of The Playwrights’ Center; and member of Writers Guild of America, West.

Jen Caprio

(Costume Designer)

Broadway: Falsettos and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. West End: The Lion (St. James). Current National Tours: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Lion. Selected NYC: Perfect Arrangement (Primary Stages); Laugh it Up, Stare it Down (Cherry Lane); Little Children Dream of God

more(Costume Designer)

Broadway: Falsettos and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. West End: The Lion (St. James). Current National Tours: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Lion. Selected NYC: Perfect Arrangement (Primary Stages); Laugh it Up, Stare it Down (Cherry Lane); Little Children Dream of God (Roundabout); Tail! Spin! (Culture Project); The Lion (MTC, Culture Project and Tour); Little Miss Sunshine (Second Stage); In Transit (Primary Stages); Fugitive Songs (Dreamlight) and Striking 12 (Daryl Roth). Opera: Florida Grand Opera, Minnesota Opera, Opera Colorado, Opera Boston and Mill City Summer Opera. Regional Theater: Guthrie Alley Theatre, Papermill Playhouse, Williamstown Theater Festival, Goodspeed Musicals, La Jolla Playhouse, Dallas Theater Center, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Portland Rep, PlayMakers Repertory Company, Asolo Repertory Theater, Virginia Stage Company, George Street Playhouse, Weston Playhouse, Geva Theater, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, among others. Graduate of Ithaca College and Carnegie Mellon. Proud Member USA-829.

Wilson Chin

(Scenic Designer) is excited to be back at the Play House after designing The Mountaintop and Rich Girl. On Broadway, he designed the acclaimed play Next Fall and, Off-Broadway, productions at Ars Nova, Atlantic Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, Public Theater, Primary Stages, Roundabout Theatre, and Second Stage. His opera designs more(Scenic Designer) is excited to be back at the Play House after designing The Mountaintop and Rich Girl. On Broadway, he designed the acclaimed play Next Fall and, Off-Broadway, productions at Ars Nova, Atlantic Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, Public Theater, Primary Stages, Roundabout Theatre, and Second Stage. His opera designs include Lucia di Lammermoor (Lyric Opera of Chicago); Eine Florentinische Tragodie and Gianni Schicchi (Canadian Opera Company, Dora Award winner); and I Am Harvey Milk (Avery Fisher Hall). Regionally, he has designed at the Alliance Theatre, ACT, Arena Stage, Asolo Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Denver Center, Geffen Playhouse, Goodspeed Musicals, Guthrie Theater, Hartford Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf Theatre, The Old Globe, Shakespeare Theatre, Signature Theatre, Steppenwolf, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Yale Rep. Mr. Chin is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama. wilsonchin.com

Jennifer Matheson Collins

(Stage Manager) stage managed Cleveland Play House productions of The Good Peaches, Luna Gale, Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors, Fairfield, Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life, Informed Consent, Breath and Imagination, A Christmas Story, Woody Sez, Rich Girl, The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith, A more(Stage Manager) stage managed Cleveland Play House productions of The Good Peaches, Luna Gale, Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors, Fairfield, Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life, Informed Consent, Breath and Imagination, A Christmas Story, Woody Sez, Rich Girl, The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith, A Carol for Cleveland, A Night With Janis Joplin (at both CPH and Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.), The Trip to Bountiful and This Wonderful Life. Other recent credits include: Angels in America (Millennium Approaches and Perestroika), A Christmas Carol, The Santaland Diaries, and The Who and the What (Kansas City Repertory Theatre). Previously, she was a full-time faculty member at Northwestern University, overseeing the stage management program. From 2000 to 2007, she was a resident stage manager at Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier, where selected credits include Passion, Marionette Macbeth, Hamlet, Seussical the Musical, A Flea in Her Ear, Kabuki Lady Macbeth, A Little Night Music, Sunday in the Park with George and Pacific Overtures. Other Chicago credits include Death of a Salesman, Waiting for Godot, Floyd Collins, Jitney, The Odyssey and A Christmas Carol (Goodman Theatre). She earned a Bachelor of Science, Theatre and a Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology from Kansas State University and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Jill BC Du Boff

(Sound Designer) designed Picnic, Wit, Other Desert Cities,Good People, The Constant Wife, The Good Body, and Bill Maher: Victory on Broadway. Off-Broadway includes Lincoln Center, Manhattan Theatre Club, Atlantic Theater Company, Vineyard, MCC, Playwrights Horizons, The Public, Second Stage, New York Theatre Workshop, Women’s Project, New Georges, Flea, Cherry more(Sound Designer) designed Picnic, Wit, Other Desert Cities,Good People, The Constant Wife, The Good Body, and Bill Maher: Victory on Broadway. Off-Broadway includes Lincoln Center, Manhattan Theatre Club, Atlantic Theater Company, Vineyard, MCC, Playwrights Horizons, The Public, Second Stage, New York Theatre Workshop, Women’s Project, New Georges, Flea, Cherry Lane, Signature, Clubbed Thumb as an affiliate artist, and Penguin Rep. Regional theatre includes Bay Street Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Westport Country Playhouse, Berkeley Rep, Portland Stage, Long Wharf, The Alley, New York Stage and Film, Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Humana Festival, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Adirondack Theatre Festival. Radio includes Studio 360 and Naked Radio. She has been nominated for Drama Desk, Henry Hewes Design, Ruth Morley Design, and a 2011 Obie Award for Sustained Excellence. She is an adjunct professor at Sarah Lawrence College.

Elissa Myers Casting, Paul Fouquet, CSA

(Casting) credits include Poisoner’s Handbook, Becoming Helen Keller, and Mystery of Matter, PBS. Other PBS projects include The Abolitionists, Dolley Madison, Alexander Hamilton, John and Abigail Adams, Benjamin Franklin (Emmy Award), Liberty (Peabody Award), God in America, People vs. Leo Frank, Louisa May Alcott, Great Performances (Artios Award in Outstanding more(Casting) credits include Poisoner’s Handbook, Becoming Helen Keller, and Mystery of Matter, PBS. Other PBS projects include The Abolitionists, Dolley Madison, Alexander Hamilton, John and Abigail Adams, Benjamin Franklin (Emmy Award), Liberty (Peabody Award), God in America, People vs. Leo Frank, Louisa May Alcott, Great Performances (Artios Award in Outstanding Achievement in Casting), and Murder Of A President for American Experience. Feature films include Hank and Asha (Audience Award at Slamdance 2013) and The Union. Theatre credits include seven Broadway shows, including Tony nominated Having Our Say, as well as 26 Off-Broadway shows. Regional theatre casting in the past two years includes Denver Center, Geva Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Magic Theatre, Arena Stage, Alley Theatre, George Street Playhouse, and Arizona Theatre Company. The office has so far received 16 nominations and has won three Artios Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Casting.

Matthew Richards

(Lighting Designer) designed Clean House for Cleveland Play House in 2007. Recent lighting designs include the following productions in New York City: Ann, Vivian Beaumont Theatre; Storefront Church, Atlantic Theater Company; RX, Primary Stages; Don’t Go Gentle, Manhattan Theatre Club; Hand to God, Ensemble Studio Theatre; and Invasion!, The Play more(Lighting Designer) designed Clean House for Cleveland Play House in 2007. Recent lighting designs include the following productions in New York City: Ann, Vivian Beaumont Theatre; Storefront Church, Atlantic Theater Company; RX, Primary Stages; Don’t Go Gentle, Manhattan Theatre Club; Hand to God, Ensemble Studio Theatre; and Invasion!, The Play Company. Other credits include Actors Theatre of Louisville, Arena Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Dallas Theater Center, Ford’s Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre Company, La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf, New York Stage and Film, The Old Globe, Playwrights Horizons, Rattlestick, Second Stage, Shakespeare Theatre, and Westport Country Playhouse. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and Yale School of Drama

George Street Playhouse

(Co-producer) has become, under the leadership of Artistic Director David Saint, a nationally-recognized theatre committed to producing new works, including the world premiere of The Toxic Avenger, which became the theatre’s highest-grossing musical before moving off-Broadway in 2009. GSP has also been represented around the world by productions of The more(Co-producer) has become, under the leadership of Artistic Director David Saint, a nationally-recognized theatre committed to producing new works, including the world premiere of The Toxic Avenger, which became the theatre’s highest-grossing musical before moving off-Broadway in 2009. GSP has also been represented around the world by productions of The Spitfire Grill and the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning play Proof which was developed in GSP’s Next Stage Festival. The world premiere of It Shoulda Been You, starring Tyne Daly and directed by David Hyde Pierce, recently broke all box office records and is anticipating a move to Broadway. In addition to its mainstage season, GSP’s Educational Touring Theatre features four issue-oriented productions that are seen by more than 40,000 students annually.

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