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September 12 - October 5, 2014 , Allen Theatre

The Little Foxes

Written by Lillian Hellman
Directed by Laura Kepley

Run time: Acts I & II: 1 hour, 20 minutes Intermission: 15 minutes Act III: 40 minutes Total: 2hr 15min
Advisory: Recommended for ages 12+. Play contains innuendo and the use of derogatory language, including racial slurs.

When the Hubbard siblings have the chance to strike it rich, not even the ties of blood or marriage are safe from their cold calculations and elaborate schemes. Artistic Director Laura Kepley launches CPH’s 99th season with Lillian Hellman’s delicious drama of ambition and greed in the Deep South that warns us to keep our friends close—and our relatives closer.

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From left to right: Megan King (Alexandra Giddens), Heather Anderson Boll (Birdie Hubbard), and Donald Carrier (Horace Giddens). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

From left to right: Maggie Lacey (Regina Giddens), Megan King (Alexandra Giddens), and Donald Carrier (Horace Giddens). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

Donald Carrier (Horace Giddens). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

From left to right: Cameron Folmar (Ben Hubbard), Jerry Richardson (Oscar Hubbard), Nick Barbato (Leo Hubbard), Megan King (Alexandra Giddens), and Maggie Lacey (Regina Giddens). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

From left to right: Nick Barbato (Leo Hubbard) and Jerry Richardson (Oscar Hubbard). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

From left to right: Cameron Folmar (Ben Hubbard), Jerry Richardson (Oscar Hubbard), and Maggie Lacey (Regina Giddens). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

From left to right: Maggie Lacey (Regina Giddens), Cameron Folmar (Ben Hubbard), and Jerry Richardson (Oscar Hubbard). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

From left to right: Robert Ellis (Mr. Marshall), Heather Anderson Boll (Birdie Hubbard), Megan King (Alexandra Giddens), Cameron Folmar (Ben Hubbard), Maggie Lacey (Regina Giddens), and Jerry Richardson (Oscar Hubbard). Photo credit: Roger Mastroianni

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Heather  Anderson Boll

Heather Anderson Boll

(Birdie Hubbard) last appeared at Cleveland Play House in Joe for New Ground Festival and Bill W. and Dr. Bob. New York and Regional credits includeBetween Us at Manhattan Theatre Club; Miss Julie at Two River Theatre Company; 36 Views at Huntington Theatre Company;Strike-Slip at Humana Festival / ATL. more(Birdie Hubbard) last appeared at Cleveland Play House in Joe for New Ground Festival and Bill W. and Dr. Bob. New York and Regional credits includeBetween Us at Manhattan Theatre Club; Miss Julie at Two River Theatre Company; 36 Views at Huntington Theatre Company;Strike-Slip at Humana Festival / ATL. Recent Cleveland work includes Time Stands Still (Superior Achievement Best Actress 2013); Grizzly Mama, world premiere by George Brant / directed by Laura Kepley at Dobama Theatre; Iphegenia 2.0 (Critics Pick Best Actress 2012); and My Barking Dog (Best Actress 2011) at Cleveland Public Theatre. Ms. Anderson Boll earned her Master of Fine Arts in Acting at Yale School of Drama (Oliver Thorndike Acting Award). She is a Certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework© and currently Assistant Professor of Acting and Voice at Oberlin College.

Nick Barbato

Nick Barbato

(Leo Hubbard) Nick Barbato has appeared at The Cleveland Play House in The Little Foxes, The Crucible, and as an understudy in A Christmas Story. His CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program credits include The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Philadelphia Story, The Three Sisters and Too True to Be Good. Other more(Leo Hubbard) Nick Barbato has appeared at The Cleveland Play House in The Little Foxes, The Crucible, and as an understudy in A Christmas Story. His CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program credits include The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Philadelphia Story, The Three Sisters and Too True to Be Good. Other credits include: Violins of Hope in collaboration with The Cleveland Orchestra, The Upright Citizens Brigade (NYC), The Ohio Shakespeare Festival, and many commercials and industrial films. He is originally from Syracuse, NY where he received his Bachelor's Degree at Le Moyne College.

Donald Carrier

Donald Carrier

(Horace Giddens) recently directed Clybourne Park, The Misanthrope, Shaw’s Too True to Be Good, and The Violins of Hope for the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program; Really Really and Seminar (Beck Center for the Arts), and Becky Shaw (Dobama Theatre). Selected directing credits include: The Crucible, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, more(Horace Giddens) recently directed Clybourne Park, The Misanthrope, Shaw’s Too True to Be Good, and The Violins of Hope for the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program; Really Really and Seminar (Beck Center for the Arts), and Becky Shaw (Dobama Theatre). Selected directing credits include: The Crucible, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Alms, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Habeas Corpus, The Pirates of Penzance, and Oh! What a Lovely War. He has appeared at Cleveland Play House in Shakespeare in Love; All the Way; Luna Gale; The Crucible; The Little Foxes; Yentl; In the Next Room, or the vibrator play; Ten Chimneys; Noises Off; and Lincolnesque. Regional credits include: The Old Globe, Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater, The Studio Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre, The Wilma Theater, The Huntington Theatre, The Intiman Theatre, and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. He spent nine seasons at the Stratford Festival and two seasons at the Shaw Festival. Television/film: Guns, The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Passion of Ayn Rand, and Dead by Monday. He will be directing the MFA Class of 2020 in Lanford Wilson’s Fifth of July, this coming spring.

Robert Ellis

Robert Ellis

(Mr. Marshall) returns to Cleveland Play House where he has appeared in A Carol for Cleveland,Daphne’s Dive, The Life of Galileo and A Soldier’s Tale with Catch and Release. Other area acting credits include House of Blue Leaves, Beck Center; Stone Cold Dead Serious, Cleveland Public Theatre; Circle, Mirror, Transformation more(Mr. Marshall) returns to Cleveland Play House where he has appeared in A Carol for Cleveland,Daphne’s Dive, The Life of Galileo and A Soldier’s Tale with Catch and Release. Other area acting credits include House of Blue Leaves, Beck Center; Stone Cold Dead Serious, Cleveland Public Theatre; Circle, Mirror, Transformation and The Late Henry Moss, Dobama Theatre; Of Mice and Men and Dog Eat Dog, Ensemble Theatre; and Annie Get Your Gun, The Foreigner, The Art of Dining, Inherit the Wind, and The Learned Ladies, Porthouse Theatre. Regional credits include The Illusion, Hippodrome State Theatre and Harvey, Oldcastle Theatre Company. A proud member of SAG/AFTRA, Mr. Ellis has numerous film, commercial, and industry credits. He is a tenured professor of theatre and department coordinator at Cuyahoga Community College West and an Ohio State chair and selection committee member for Region 3 of The Kennedy Center’s American College Theater Festival. He is also a founding member of Something Dada, Cleveland's longest running improvisational theatre company.

Cameron Folmar

Cameron Folmar

(Ben Hubbard) is returning to Cleveland Play House after his performance in this season’s The Little Foxes. He's happy to be working with Stephen Wadsworth again, after teaming up with him for The Figaro Plays last year at McCarter Theatre. With the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington D.C., Cameron more(Ben Hubbard) is returning to Cleveland Play House after his performance in this season’s The Little Foxes. He's happy to be working with Stephen Wadsworth again, after teaming up with him for The Figaro Plays last year at McCarter Theatre. With the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington D.C., Cameron is an Affiliated Artist and has appeared in Measure for Measure, All’s Well That Ends Well, An Ideal Husband, Hamlet, Timon of Athens, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and King Lear. New York credits include The 39 Steps on Broadway. Off-Broadway credits include The 39 Steps, Volpone, The Merchant of Venice, The Jew of Malta, Five by Tenn and Waiting for Godot. Regional credits include The Habit of Art, Studio Theatre; Five by Tenn, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; The Winter’s Tale and Twelfth Night, Shakespeare Santa Cruz; Don Juan, Seattle Repertory Theatre; Scapin, Denver Center for the Performing Arts; The Tempest, McCarter Theatre Center; and The Mousetrap, Studio Arena Theatre. Television credits include Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Conviction. Cameron is also credited as the voice of Genn Graymane in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm.

Lillian Hellman

(Playwright/ 1905-1984) was raised in New Orleans and New York City. At age 29, she wrote her first play, The Children’s Hour, which was an instant Broadway and critical success. Hellman became a leading voice in American theatre and wrote numerous plays including: The Little Foxes; Toys in the Attic; more(Playwright/ 1905-1984) was raised in New Orleans and New York City. At age 29, she wrote her first play, The Children’s Hour, which was an instant Broadway and critical success. Hellman became a leading voice in American theatre and wrote numerous plays including: The Little Foxes; Toys in the Attic; Watch on the Rhine; and Another Part of the Forest, a prequel to The Little Foxes. She also authored screenplays, including an adaptation of The Little Foxes starring Bette Davis that was nominated for nine Academy Awards. A life-long political activist, Hellman frequently used her writing for social and political commentary and was eventually blacklisted in the 1950s. Hellman spent the remainder of her life teaching and working on her memoirs, An Unfinished Woman, Pentimento: A Book of Portraits, and Scoundrel Time. Known for her outspokenness and controversial topics, Hellman was the recipient of The National Institute of Arts and Letters’ Gold Medal for Drama, the MacDowell Medal, the National Book Award, and two New York Drama Critics Circle Awards. Hellman died in 1984, but her legacy lives on. In 2010, the Lilly Awards, named for Hellman, were founded to honor the work of women in theatre.

Megan King

Megan King

(Alexandra Giddens) was most recently seen on Cleveland Play House's stage in Luna Gale as Karlie Quinn. Other CPH credits include: The Little Foxes, The Crucible and an understudy for A Christmas Story. She is proud to be a recent graduate of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program's class of 2016 more(Alexandra Giddens) was most recently seen on Cleveland Play House's stage in Luna Gale as Karlie Quinn. Other CPH credits include: The Little Foxes, The Crucible and an understudy for A Christmas Story. She is proud to be a recent graduate of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program's class of 2016 and her credits from the program include: The Philadelphia Story, The Three Sisters, Too True to Be Good and Two Gentlemen of Verona. Undergraduate credits include: Dromnium, a devised movement piece, which won seven national awards from The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as well as God of Carnage and The Three Sisters. Megan is a class of 2013 graduate from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith with her B.A. in Theatre Performance. She also holds an Associates of Fine Arts Degree from Arkansas State University Beebe.

Maggie Lacey

Maggie Lacey

(Regina Giddens) is a Fox Fellow at the Cleveland Play House, where she last appeared in A Christmas Story. Broadway credits include Our Town, Inherit the Wind and Tony-nominated Dividing the Estate. Off-Broadway credits includeThe Orphans’ Home Cycle, Signature Theatre; The Milktrain Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, Roundabout Theatre Company; and more(Regina Giddens) is a Fox Fellow at the Cleveland Play House, where she last appeared in A Christmas Story. Broadway credits include Our Town, Inherit the Wind and Tony-nominated Dividing the Estate. Off-Broadway credits includeThe Orphans’ Home Cycle, Signature Theatre; The Milktrain Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, Roundabout Theatre Company; and Big Times, Women’s Expressive Theater, which she co-wrote. She recently appeared in The Marriage of Figaro,McCarter Theatre. Other regional credits include Hartford Stage, Long Wharf Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, and Arena Stage. Film and television includes The Life Before Her Eyes, Our Town, Satisfaction, Elementary, and The Good Wife. Ms. Lacey holds an MFA from NYU and is a recipient of a Fox Fellowship Grant for Extraordinary Potential. She and CPH are participants in the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowships, funded by the William and Eva Fox Foundation and administered by Theatre Communications Group.

Jerry Richardson

Jerry Richardson

(Oscar Hubbard) is happily making his CPH debut with The Little Foxes. Recent productions include Pride & Prejudice, The Winter’s Tale, This Wonderful Life (a one-man adaptation) and Of Mice and Men, People’s Light & Theatre Company; Stones in His Pockets, The Zephyr Theatre;Anniversary, Ensemble Studio Theatre; FUBAR, 59E59 Theaters, more(Oscar Hubbard) is happily making his CPH debut with The Little Foxes. Recent productions include Pride & Prejudice, The Winter’s Tale, This Wonderful Life (a one-man adaptation) and Of Mice and Men, People’s Light & Theatre Company; Stones in His Pockets, The Zephyr Theatre;Anniversary, Ensemble Studio Theatre; FUBAR, 59E59 Theaters, Christmas Carol and This Wonderful Life, Indiana Repertory Theatre; Midsummer Night’s Dream, Vermont Shakespeare Company; Hay Fever, Cape Cod Playhouse;Sweet Bird of Youth, The Shakespeare Theatre; As You Like It, The Folger Theatre, Love’s Labor’s Lost, Henry IV Part I, andMidsummer Night’s Dream, The American Shakespeare Center;The Woman in Black, Unexpected Guest, The Mousetrap andDracula, The Fulton Theatre; and the National Tour of Scooby Doo. Film and television appearances include The Producers,Gigantic, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Guiding Light, Homicideand The Miraculous Year (HBO pilot).

Kim  Sullivan

Kim Sullivan

(Cal) is happy to return to Cleveland Play House after previously appearing in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and The Piano Lesson. Mr. Sullivan was most recently seen in The American Stage's August Wilson Cycle, which included The Piano Lesson, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Fences, King Hedley the Second, Gem of more(Cal) is happy to return to Cleveland Play House after previously appearing in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and The Piano Lesson. Mr. Sullivan was most recently seen in The American Stage's August Wilson Cycle, which included The Piano Lesson, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Fences, King Hedley the Second, Gem of the Ocean, Two Kings and Seven Guitars. Other credits include You Can't Take it With You, Geva Theatre Center; The Flea and the Professor, Arden Theater; The Merry Wives of Windsor, Brave New World Theater Company; King Lear and Dream on Monkey Mountain (2004 Audelco Award, Best Supporting Actor), Classical Theatre of Harlem; The Clean House, Milwaukee Repertory Theater; The Crucible, Syracuse Stage; Raisin in the Sun, Capital Repertory Theatre; Much Ado About Nothing, Long Wharf Theatre; Hamlet, New Perspectives Theatre and The Hudson Guild; The Tempest, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival; Major Barbara, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; and Purlie, St. Louis Black Repertory Company. TV Credits include One Life to Live, Law and Order: Trial by Juryand One Hundred Center Street.

Sherrie  Tolliver

Sherrie Tolliver

(Addie) has appeared at Cleveland Play House in last season’s reading of Beneatha’s Place in conjunction with CPH’s Behind-the-Scenes series. She has performed at Karamu House, Cleveland Public Theatre, and the Jewish Community Center of Cleveland Halle Theatre. She has performed nationally with the group Women in History, and internationally more(Addie) has appeared at Cleveland Play House in last season’s reading of Beneatha’s Place in conjunction with CPH’s Behind-the-Scenes series. She has performed at Karamu House, Cleveland Public Theatre, and the Jewish Community Center of Cleveland Halle Theatre. She has performed nationally with the group Women in History, and internationally as a stand-up comedian. Tolliver holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Michael Boll

(Lighting Designer) Cleveland Play House productions include: These Mortal Hosts, The Good Peaches; A Christmas Story; The Little Foxes; Venus in Fur; Every Good Boy Deserves Favor; In the Next Room, or the vibrator play and Stew and the Negro Problem. CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program credits include: Metamorphoses, Too True more(Lighting Designer) Cleveland Play House productions include: These Mortal Hosts, The Good Peaches; A Christmas Story; The Little Foxes; Venus in Fur; Every Good Boy Deserves Favor; In the Next Room, or the vibrator play and Stew and the Negro Problem. CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program credits include: Metamorphoses, Too True To Be Good, Identity Theft, The Winter's Tale, In Arabia We'd All Be Kings, An Orchard, Cloud 9 and Angels in America: Millennium Approaches. Cleveland lighting design work includes Cleveland Public Theatre, Cain Park, Cleveland Museum of Art, Karamu House, Dobama Theatre and Beck Center for the Arts. Off-Broadway credits include The Moliere Cycle (Classic Stage Company), Songs for a New World (George Street Playhouse), Dog Sees God (SoHo Playhouse) and The Moonlight Room (Associate Lighting Designer, Beckett Theatre). His work has also been seen at the N.Y. Fringe Festival, La MaMa E.T.C., HERE Arts Center, and Yale Cabaret.

Tom Humes

(Stage Manager ) returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes These Mortal Hosts, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes Shakespeare in Love, How I Learned to Drive, All the Way, Steel Magnolias, Ken Ludwig’s more(Stage Manager ) returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes These Mortal Hosts, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes Shakespeare in Love, How I Learned to Drive, All the Way, Steel Magnolias, Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Maurice Hines Is Tappin Thru Life, Clybourne Park, Breath and Imagination, A Christmas Story, Woody Sez, Lombardi, and A Night With Janis Joplin. Selected area stage management credits include Rock of Ages, Godspell, The Frogs, Smokey Joe's Café, Avenue Q, Pippin, and Oliver! (Cain Park); Le Nozze di Figaro and Cosi Fan Tutte (The Cleveland Orchestra); Tosca, La Boheme, and Lucia Di Lammermoor (Opera Cleveland); Caroline, or Change (Dobama Theatre and Karamu House); and History Boys (Beck Center for the Arts). He is a proud member of both Actors' Equity Association and International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a minor in Mathematics from Bowling Green State University.

Thom Jones

(Voice and Speech Director) Head of Voice for Brown University/Trinity Repertory M.F.A. Program. Theatre: The Public Theater, Trinity Repertory Company (15 seasons), Yale Repertory Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Huntington Theatre, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Cleveland Play House, Syracuse Stage, McCarter Theatre Center, Long Wharf Theatre, and Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Film/TV: more(Voice and Speech Director) Head of Voice for Brown University/Trinity Repertory M.F.A. Program. Theatre: The Public Theater, Trinity Repertory Company (15 seasons), Yale Repertory Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Huntington Theatre, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Cleveland Play House, Syracuse Stage, McCarter Theatre Center, Long Wharf Theatre, and Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Film/TV: various productions with Nicole Kidman (Academy Award/Golden Globe nomination), Steven Spielberg, Alan Rickman, Vanessa Redgrave, Robin Williams, Sandra Bullock, Emma Watson, Miles Teller, Aaron Eckhart, Katey Segal, Ciaran Hinds, Sienna Miller, Ben Mendelsohn, Brendan Gleeson, Melissa Leo, among others.

Laura Kepley

Laura Kepley

(Director) became Artistic Director of Cleveland Play House in 2013 and has directed numerous CPH mainstage productions including The Diary of Anne Frank, Shakespeare in Love; The Crucible; Steel Magnolias; The Good Peaches (world premiere); Fairfield (world premiere); How I Learned to Drive (also at Syracuse Stage); The Little Foxes; more(Director) became Artistic Director of Cleveland Play House in 2013 and has directed numerous CPH mainstage productions including The Diary of Anne Frank, Shakespeare in Love; The Crucible; Steel Magnolias; The Good Peaches (world premiere); Fairfield (world premiere); How I Learned to Drive (also at Syracuse Stage); The Little Foxes; Venus in Fur; Good People (also at Syracuse Stage); A Carol for Cleveland (world premiere); In the Next Room, or the vibrator play; My Name is Asher Lev and CPH readings of Roe Green Award-winning plays Soups, Stews and Casseroles: 1976; Marjorie Prime and Daphne’s Dive. She joined CPH in 2010, having arrived from Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island where she was Resident Director and Artistic Associate for four seasons and Interim Director of the Brown/Trinity Rep M.F.A. in Directing Program for one. She has also directed for The Alliance Theatre, Asolo Repertory Theatre, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Contemporary American Theatre Festival, among others. A native Ohioan, Laura received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and her Master of Fine Arts from Brown University/Trinity Rep. She is a Drama League Fellow and a recipient of the 2009-2011 National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Career Development Program for Directors.

Lex Liang

(Scenic & Costume Designer ) Lex's work includes design and production for theatre, film, dance, and special events. He is thrilled to be back at CPH, having previously designed How I Learned to Drive (costumes), Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (costumes), The Mountaintop (costumes),The Crucible (costumes), and The more(Scenic & Costume Designer ) Lex's work includes design and production for theatre, film, dance, and special events. He is thrilled to be back at CPH, having previously designed How I Learned to Drive (costumes), Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (costumes), The Mountaintop (costumes),The Crucible (costumes), and The Little Foxes (scenery and costumes). His work has been seen regionally at the Alliance Theatre, Asolo Theatre/Dog Days, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Denver Center, Florida Studio Theatre, Portland Stage, Portland Center Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, and the new Tantrum Theatre, amongst others. He has 60+ NYC/Off-Broadway credits, and has worked on multiple international productions as a designer or production manager. Lex is the Principal at LDC Design Associates, a NYC-based company specializing in the design and production of creative events and interiors. Recent projects include the launch of Fashion Week for Porcelanosa, the Tony Awards Gala, Operation Smile’s 35th Anniversary Gala, and the upcoming GMHC 35th Anniversary Gala Carnivale. Many thanks to Laura for this exciting ride. For Kitty. LDCdesign.com

Lizzie Robinson

(Assistant Stage Manager) is excited to be a part of The Little Foxes. Select Cleveland Play House credits include The 39 Steps, The Trip to Bountiful, and This Wonderful Life. Other recent credits include Noli Me Tangere, The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts; Much Ado About Nothing, Theatre more(Assistant Stage Manager) is excited to be a part of The Little Foxes. Select Cleveland Play House credits include The 39 Steps, The Trip to Bountiful, and This Wonderful Life. Other recent credits include Noli Me Tangere, The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts; Much Ado About Nothing, Theatre For A New Audience; Damn Yankees and The Sound of Music, Porthouse Theatre; and Red, Syracuse Stage. Ms. Robinson is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Jane Shaw

(Sound Designer) previously designed All the Way; Steel Magnolias; The Crucible; The Little Foxes; Grounded; A Carol for Cleveland; and In the Next Room, or the vibrator play for Cleveland Play House. Her credits include Measure for Measure (Theatre for a New Audience); Jane Eyre (Cincinnati Playhouse in the more(Sound Designer) previously designed All the Way; Steel Magnolias; The Crucible; The Little Foxes; Grounded; A Carol for Cleveland; and In the Next Room, or the vibrator play for Cleveland Play House. Her credits include Measure for Measure (Theatre for a New Audience); Jane Eyre (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park/Milwaukee Repertory Theater); Ironbound (Women's Project, Rattlestick); Rear Window (Hartford Stage); Men on Boats (Clubbed Thumb/Playwrights Horizons/Drama Desk Nom); Suitcase Under the Bed (Mint Theater) and productions at New York Theatre Workshop, Asolo, Northern Stage, Dorset Theater Festival, and American Repertory Theater. Upcoming productions include Seder (Hartford Stage) and Actually (MTC). Ms. Shaw’s sound designs have earned a Drama Desk, Bessie Award, Connecticut Critics Circle Awards, Henry Award, Premios ACE 2012, Meet the Composer grant, Theatre Communication Group's Career Development Program and nominations for two Lortels, Henry Hewes and Elliot Norton awards. She was born in Kansas and lives in Brooklyn.

Ron Wilson

Ron Wilson

(Fight Choreographer) returned to Cleveland in 1999 to serve as the Chairman of the Department of Theater at Case Western Reserve University and serves as the Director of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting program. He has been the Resident Fight Choreographer with CPH since 1999. He has directed over 60 productions more(Fight Choreographer) returned to Cleveland in 1999 to serve as the Chairman of the Department of Theater at Case Western Reserve University and serves as the Director of the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting program. He has been the Resident Fight Choreographer with CPH since 1999. He has directed over 60 productions throughout his career so far. Directing credits for the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program include Metamorphoses, In Arabia We’d all Be Kings, Arcadia, Hurlyburly, Bus Stop, Hay Fever and The Real Inspector Hound. Other directing credits include The Triumph of Love, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; and The Comedy of Errors, Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Other credits include musical theater, opera, mime and movement theater. Acting credits include The Guardsman, Room Service and The Underpants, Cleveland Play House; and All’s Well That Ends Well, CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program.

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