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April 1 - 23, 2017 , Outcalt Theatre

Between Riverside and Crazy

Written by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Directed by Robert Barry Fleming

Run time: 2 hours | Intermission: 15 minutes
Advisory: Strong language and adult/sexual situations

Still holding onto the memory of his recently deceased wife and a long-standing racially charged lawsuit against the NYPD, ex-cop Walter “Pops” Washington is not one to forgive and forget. Day in and day out, he rules the roost in the impressive rent-controlled apartment that he shares with his parolee son and surrogate family. But, eviction notices and ultimatums are piling up, and Pops soon becomes caught between losing his honor and losing his home.

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From left to right: Ken Robinson (Junior) and Larry Marshall (Pops). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops) and Yvette Ganier (Church Lady). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Yvette Ganier (Church Lady). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops) and Dominic Colón (Oswaldo). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Ken Robinson (Junior) and Zoë Sophia Garcia (Lulu). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Danielle Skraastad (Detective Audrey O'Connor), Larry Marshall (Pops), and Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro) and Danielle Skraastad (Detective Audrey O'Connor). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops), Danielle Skraastad (Detective Audrey O'Connor), and Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro), Danielle Skraastad (Detective Audrey O'Connor), Ken Robinson (Junior), and Zoë Sophia Garcia (Lulu). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro), Ken Robinson (Junior), Danielle Skraastad (Detective Audrey O'Connor), and Zoë Sophia Garcia (Lulu). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Larry Marshall (Pops). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Ken Robinson (Junior) and Zoë Sophia Garcia (Lulu). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro), Danielle Skraastad (Detective Audrey O'Connor), Ken Robinson (Junior), and Zoë Sophia Garcia (Lulu). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops) and Michael Russotto (Lieutenant Dave Caro). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops) and Zoë Sophia Garcia (Lulu). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops) and Zoë Sophia Garcia (Lulu). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops) and Dominic Colón (Oswaldo). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops), Ken Robinson (Junior), and Dominic Colón (Oswaldo). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

From left to right: Larry Marshall (Pops) and Dominic Colón (Oswaldo). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

Larry Marshall (Pops). Photo Credit: Roger Mastroianni.

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Dominic Colón

Dominic Colón

(Oswaldo) Theater Credits include: Universes' Slanguage (Mark Taper Forum); Till the Break of Dawn (Culture Project); Stephen Adly Guirgis' Dominica: The Fat, Ugly, Ho (dir. Adam Rapp); and Shoe Story (dir. by Thomas Kail). Recent film credits include: Southpaw (dir. Antoine Fuqua), Money Monster (dir. Jodie Foster), and the more(Oswaldo) Theater Credits include: Universes' Slanguage (Mark Taper Forum); Till the Break of Dawn (Culture Project); Stephen Adly Guirgis' Dominica: The Fat, Ugly, Ho (dir. Adam Rapp); and Shoe Story (dir. by Thomas Kail). Recent film credits include: Southpaw (dir. Antoine Fuqua), Money Monster (dir. Jodie Foster), and the upcoming film The Dinner (dir. by Academy Award-winner Oren Moverman). Select TV credits include: Orange is the New Black, The Black List, Law and Order: SVU, Power (Recurring), and The Electric Company (series regular). Dominic also wrote and produced the HBO award-winning short film Crush, his next film Skin marks his directorial debut and will soon premiere on the film festival circuit. Follow on Instagram/Twitter @dominiccolon

Yvette Ganier

Yvette Ganier

(Church Lady) is an Obie Award winning actress for Breath Boom at Playwrights Horizons (Off-Broadway). She most recently appeared in Dan Hoyle’s Off-Off Broadway play The Block, and in Keith Josef Adkins’ Pitbulls at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre for which she received an Audelco Best Actress nomination. Yvette was also recently more(Church Lady) is an Obie Award winning actress for Breath Boom at Playwrights Horizons (Off-Broadway). She most recently appeared in Dan Hoyle’s Off-Off Broadway play The Block, and in Keith Josef Adkins’ Pitbulls at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre for which she received an Audelco Best Actress nomination. Yvette was also recently seen in the world premiere of Paula Vogel’s Don Juan Comes Home From Iraq at the Wilma Theater. Other Credits include, Broadway: The Miracle Worker, King Hedley ll. London: Jitney (National Theatre – 2002 Olivier Award). Off-Broadway: Jitney (Second Stage and Union Square Theaters); For Colored Girls Who Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf (Tribeca Performing Arts Center). Regional: Steppenwolf, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, The Arden, InterAct Theatre Company, Freedom Theatre, The Goodman (originated Black Mary in Gem of the Ocean by August Wilson), Mark Taper, The Intiman, Seattle Rep, Pittsburgh Public (originated Rena in Jitney by August Wilson), Baltimore Centerstage (US premiere of Elmina’s Kitchen by Kwame Kwei-Armah.) Film/TV: includes Poughkeepsie, Evolution of a Criminal, Must Be The Music, Lifetime’s For One Night, and ABC’s All My Children. Awards: OBIE, LA Ovations Award, Audelco, NAACP Image Award, The Bowden Award.

Zoë Sophia Garcia

Zoë Sophia Garcia

(Lulu) This is Zoë's debut performance with Cleveland Play House. Other credits include: Off-Broadway: Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra (Playwrights Horizons); Off-Off Broadway: La Ruta (Working Theatre). Regional: Another Word for Beauty (The Goodman Theatre), Oh Gastronomy! and The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Actors’ Theatre of Louisville). more(Lulu) This is Zoë's debut performance with Cleveland Play House. Other credits include: Off-Broadway: Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra (Playwrights Horizons); Off-Off Broadway: La Ruta (Working Theatre). Regional: Another Word for Beauty (The Goodman Theatre), Oh Gastronomy! and The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Actors’ Theatre of Louisville). Television credits include: The Blacklist, The Good Fight, Elementary, and Madam Secretary. She's a founding member of The Living Room Theatre Company and co-creator of #liberated which premiered at Ars Nova's Ant Fest in 2015 and subsequently was produced at IRT in 2016. She holds a BA in Theater and Performance Studies at the University of California Berkeley.

Larry Marshall

Larry Marshall

(Pops) was recently nominated for a Helen Hayes and Jeff award as Monroe in Pullman Porter Blues. He has been featured in 15 Broadway productions, including Porgy and Bess for which he was nominated for a Tony and Drama Desk award, and awarded a Grammy for his portrayal of Sportin’ more(Pops) was recently nominated for a Helen Hayes and Jeff award as Monroe in Pullman Porter Blues. He has been featured in 15 Broadway productions, including Porgy and Bess for which he was nominated for a Tony and Drama Desk award, and awarded a Grammy for his portrayal of Sportin’ Life, a role he’s repeated at The Met, La Scalla, and other major opera houses in America and Europe. He has appeared as Danny in the National Tour of Xanadu. He was last seen on Broadway in The Color Purple as Ole Mister. In the summer of 2006 he appeared with Meryl Streep as The General and The Farmer in Mother Courage at the Delacourt in Central Park. His Movie credits include Simon Zealotes in Jesus Christ Super Star, Cab Calloway in The Cotton Club, Adam Clayton Powell Sr. in Showtime’s Keep The Faith, and Jeremiah Joseph in the Showtime series Soul Food.

Ken Robinson

Ken Robinson

(Junior) is honored to be back at CPH after appearing here in the 2010 production of Ain’t Misbehavin’. His Broadway credits include the recent Tony-winning revival of The Color Purple; Memphis; and Baby, It’s You! Ken was also featured in the Classical Theatre of Harlem’s The First Noel at the more(Junior) is honored to be back at CPH after appearing here in the 2010 production of Ain’t Misbehavin’. His Broadway credits include the recent Tony-winning revival of The Color Purple; Memphis; and Baby, It’s You! Ken was also featured in the Classical Theatre of Harlem’s The First Noel at the Apollo Theater. Other regional credits include Choir Boy (Marin Theatre Company), The Colored Museum (Huntington Theatre), The Piano Lesson (Seattle Rep), My Fair Lady (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Big River (STAGES St. Louis), and Jelly’s Last Jam (Alliance Theatre). Ken received his MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama, and his BA in Economics from Morehouse College.

Michael Russotto

Michael Russotto

(Lieutenant Dave Caro) makes his Cleveland Play House debut with Between Riverside and Crazy. Most recently, he appeared as Niels Bohr in Copenhagen, and as Pastor Paul in The Christians, both at Theater J (Washington, DC). Michael is a member of the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, where he has performed more(Lieutenant Dave Caro) makes his Cleveland Play House debut with Between Riverside and Crazy. Most recently, he appeared as Niels Bohr in Copenhagen, and as Pastor Paul in The Christians, both at Theater J (Washington, DC). Michael is a member of the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, where he has performed in such productions as The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, A Bright New Boise, and She Stoops to Comedy. Other regional credits include shows at Arena Stage, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, and The Kennedy Center. His work in Washington has earned him three Helen Hayes Award Nominations in the Outstanding Lead Actor category, and many more Outstanding Ensemble Nominations. Film and television work includes Playing Through, Death of a Nation, and The Battle of Bloody Lane. Michael can be heard on the L.A. Theatre Works recording of Seven Days in May (with Ed Asner). He has also narrated hundreds of recorded books.

Danielle Skraastad

Danielle Skraastad

(Detective Audrey O'Connor) Broadway: All My Sons. NY: Prospect (Boundless), Baby Screams Miracle (Clubbed Thumb), The Mound Builders (Signature), Intelligient Homosexuals Guide…,(Public/Signature), The Wake (The Public Theater), Anon (The Atlantic), Lidless (Page 73), Midsummer... (Continuum Co.), The Eyes of Others (The New Ohio), The Ones that Flutter (SPF at Public), more(Detective Audrey O'Connor) Broadway: All My Sons. NY: Prospect (Boundless), Baby Screams Miracle (Clubbed Thumb), The Mound Builders (Signature), Intelligient Homosexuals Guide…,(Public/Signature), The Wake (The Public Theater), Anon (The Atlantic), Lidless (Page 73), Midsummer... (Continuum Co.), The Eyes of Others (The New Ohio), The Ones that Flutter (SPF at Public), Kathleen Turner's Ear (Samuel French Festival), Big Times (W.E.T), Carrie (Theater Couture), Lascivious Something (Cherry Lane Mentor), Fugue (Cherry Lane), Cressida Among the Greeks, Red-Haired Thomas (The New Ohio), The Pain and the Itch (Playwrights Horizons), Save The World (Roundtable). Regional: Old Globe, Two River Theater Festival, Humana Festival, The Kirk, Berkeley Rep, The Wilma, ACT/Seattle, The Market Theater, Portland Stage Co, StageWorks/Hudson, The Lantern, CapRep/Albany, Hartford, StageWorks/Hudson. TV/ Film: Unforgettable, Fringe, Mercy, Law and Order, SVU, All My Children, As the World Turns, Hard Sell, 27 Dresses, The Business of Story.

Rob Milburn & Michael Bodeen

(Sound Design) Broadway credits include music composition and sound for No Man's Land & Waiting for Godot, Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Miracle Worker, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; as well as sound for Sweat, The Price, Of Mice and Men, reasons to be pretty, A Year with Frog and more(Sound Design) Broadway credits include music composition and sound for No Man's Land & Waiting for Godot, Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Miracle Worker, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; as well as sound for Sweat, The Price, Of Mice and Men, reasons to be pretty, A Year with Frog and Toad, King Hedley II, and the Steppenwolf productions of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Superior Donuts, Buried Child, The Song of Jacob Zulu, and The Grapes of Wrath. Off-Broadway credits include music and sound for Sticks and Bones, Checkers, The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci, Boy Gets Girl, Red, Space, Marvin’s Room; sound for Gently Down the Stream, Sweat, Babylon Line, The Spoils, Head of Passes, Brundibar, The Pain and the Itch, Jitney and music direction and sound for Ruined. They have created music and sound at many of America’s resident theaters and at several international venues. milbomusic.com.

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

Robert Barry Fleming

Robert Barry Fleming

(Director) is the Associate Artistic Director at Cleveland Play House, and honored to be making his CPH directorial debut with Between Riverside and Crazy. Formerly the Director of Artistic Programming at Arena Stage, he has worked as a director, choreographer, and actor in many of the leading resident theaters across more(Director) is the Associate Artistic Director at Cleveland Play House, and honored to be making his CPH directorial debut with Between Riverside and Crazy. Formerly the Director of Artistic Programming at Arena Stage, he has worked as a director, choreographer, and actor in many of the leading resident theaters across the country including: The Public, The Taper, The Guthrie, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Perseverance Theatre, South Coast Rep, and The Goodman, to name a few. His work has been represented on Broadway: Stand-Up Tragedy, Ragtime; in television and film including the Oscar-winner, L.A. Confidential; and he was an associate producer for the NYC revival of Tennessee Williams' The Two-Character Play starring Amanda Plummer and Brad Dourif. Robert currently teaches in the Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House MFA Acting Program and served as Associate Professor and Chair of the Theatre Arts and Performance Studies Department at the University of San Diego, also teaching in The Old Globe USD Graduate Acting MFA Program. An SDCF Charles Abbott Directing Fellow, San Diego Critics Circle Craig Noel Award winner, and two-time honoree of the Bay Area Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical, Robert received a Helen Hayes Award nomination for his work on Karen Zacarias’ Destiny of Desire at Arena Stage. Upcoming: Caroline or Change (Tantrum Theater).

Geoff Josselson; Geoff Josselson, CSA

(Casting) is thrilled to work with Cleveland Play House again after casting Little Shop of Horrors last season. Geoff is a New York-based casting director whose work includes productions for Broadway, Off-Broadway and major New York and Regional theatre companies, including the Arena Stage, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Barrington Stage more(Casting) is thrilled to work with Cleveland Play House again after casting Little Shop of Horrors last season. Geoff is a New York-based casting director whose work includes productions for Broadway, Off-Broadway and major New York and Regional theatre companies, including the Arena Stage, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Barrington Stage Company, Bay Street Theatre, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Denver Center, Marriott Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, The Old Globe, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Paramount Theatre, The Pearl Theatre Company, Public Theatre, San Francisco Symphony, Sharon Playhouse, and the York Theatre Company. He is responsible for casting the Broadway production of The Velocity of Autumn starring Estelle Parsons and acclaimed New York productions including Southern Comfort, Yank!, Enter Laughing, Pretty Filthy, John and Jen, Himself and Nora, Sex Tips..., Altar Boyz, Septimus, and Clarissa as well as National Tours for Disney and Nickelodeon. For more information, please visit geoffjosselson.com.

Stephen Adly Guirgis

(Playwright) is a longtime member of NYC's LAByrinth Theater Company. His plays have been produced on five continents and throughout the United States. They include: the extended, sold-out run of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Out Lady of 121sy Street (named one of the ten best plays of 2003; more(Playwright) is a longtime member of NYC's LAByrinth Theater Company. His plays have been produced on five continents and throughout the United States. They include: the extended, sold-out run of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Out Lady of 121sy Street (named one of the ten best plays of 2003; Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Best Play Nominations), Jesus Hopped The A Train (Edinburgh Fringe First Award, Olivier Nomination as London's Best New Play, Barrymore Award, "Detroit Free Press" Best Play Award), and IN Arabia We’d All Be Kings (Ten Best of '99, "TimeOut New York," critics pick, "TimeOut London"). All four plays were originally produced by LAByrinth, directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and are published through Dramatists Play Service and by Faber & Faber. Stephen was awarded a 2004 TCG fellowship, attended the 2004 Sundance Screenwriter's Lab, was named one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film by "Filmaker Magazine," and appeared in "Entertainment Weekly’s" 2005 Summer Must List. He has received new play commissions from Manhattan Theater Club and South Coast Rep, is a member of New Dramatists and the MCC Playwright’s Coalition, and has contributed to "ESOPUS" magazine. Television writing credits include NYPD Blue, The Sopranos David Milch’s CBS drama Big Apple, and Shane Salerno's NBC drama UC: Undercover. As an actor, he has appeared in Brett C. Leonard’s Guinea Pig Solo, produced at the Public Theatre in New York, and played leading roles in Todd Solondz's Palindromes, and Brett C. Leonard's award-winning Jailbait, opposite Michael Pitt. Currently, he is developing a project with Mos Def and HBO; and is writing his first feature film for Scott Rudin Productions, to be directed by George C. Wolfe. He lives in New York City.

Tom Humes

(Stage Manager)

returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes How I Learned to Drive, All the Way, Steel Magnolias, Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors, Vanya and

more(Stage Manager)

returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes 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 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.

Toni-Leslie James

(Costume Designer) Broadway: Come From Away (2017), Amazing Grace, Lucky Guy, The Scottsboro Boys, Finian’s Rainbow, Chita Rivera: The Dancer’s Life, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, King Hedley II, One Mo’ Time, The Wild Party, Marie Christine, Footloose, The Tempest, Twilight: Los Angeles, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestoika, and more(Costume Designer) Broadway: Come From Away (2017), Amazing Grace, Lucky Guy, The Scottsboro Boys, Finian’s Rainbow, Chita Rivera: The Dancer’s Life, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, King Hedley II, One Mo’ Time, The Wild Party, Marie Christine, Footloose, The Tempest, Twilight: Los Angeles, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestoika, and Jilly’s Last Jam. Awards: Tony nomination, three Drama Desk nominations, six Lucille Lortel nominations, Hewes Design Award, Irene Sharaff Young Masters Award, and the 2009 Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Costume Design.

Thom Jones

(Dialect Coach) 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 more(Dialect Coach) 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.

Keith Parham

(Lighting Designer) Broadway: Therese Raquin (Roundabout Theatre Company and Studio 54). Off-Broadway: Man from Nebraska (2econd Stage Theatre); Between Riverside and Crazy (2econd Stage Theatre and Atlantic Theater Company); The Model Apartment (Primary Stages); Tribes, Mistakes Were Made, Red Light Winter (Barrow Street Theatre); Karen O’s Stop the Virgens (St. more(Lighting Designer) Broadway: Therese Raquin (Roundabout Theatre Company and Studio 54). Off-Broadway: Man from Nebraska (2econd Stage Theatre); Between Riverside and Crazy (2econd Stage Theatre and Atlantic Theater Company); The Model Apartment (Primary Stages); Tribes, Mistakes Were Made, Red Light Winter (Barrow Street Theatre); Karen O’s Stop the Virgens (St. Ann’s Warehouse); Ivanov, The Three Sisters (Classic Stage Company); A Minister’s Wife (Lincoln Center Theatre); The Adding Machine (Minetta Lane Theatre). International: Stop the Virgens (Sydney Opera House); Homebody/Kabul (National Theatre in Belgrade). Regional: Gentle, The Edge of Our Bodies, Music Hall, and The Anyway Cabaret (TUTA Theatre Chicago); Uncle Vanya, Stop. Reset., Venus in Fur, Red and The Seagull (Goodman Theatre); The Flick, The Night Alive, Tribes, The Birthday Party, Time Stands Still, Sunset Limited and Red Light Winter (Steppenwolf Theatre Company). His work has also appeared in productions for The Mark Taper Forum, Arena Stage, and Alley Theatre among others. Keith’s awards include an Obie, and a Lucille Lortel.

Wigs and Whiskers

(Wig Master) owned and operated by Mary Schilling-Martin and Caitie Martin; provides wig, hair and specialty makeup services to performing arts organizations, educational institutions and entertainment companies around the country. Their motto is: “To hair is human, to wig divine.” Local credits include Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theatre, Dobama more(Wig Master) owned and operated by Mary Schilling-Martin and Caitie Martin; provides wig, hair and specialty makeup services to performing arts organizations, educational institutions and entertainment companies around the country. Their motto is: “To hair is human, to wig divine.” Local credits include Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theatre, Dobama Theatre, Porthouse Theatre, Cain Park Theatre, Beck Center, Case Western Reserve University, Baldwin Wallace University, Carousel Dinner Theatre, Lyric Opera Cleveland, and Opera Cleveland. Regional credits include The Goodman Theatre, The Old Globe Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Marriott Theatre, Victory Gardens, Theatre at the Center, American Theatre Company, Chicago Theatre for Young Audiences, Lyric Opera Works, Northwestern University, Roosevelt University in Chicago, University of California at San Diego, San Diego State University, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Mary has also built wigs for Denver Center Theatre Company, Opera Colorado and Arizona Opera Company.

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