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September 20 - 30, 2023 , The Helen

CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program

The Tempest

written by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
directed by ELEANOR HOLDRIDGE

Run time: Approx. 2 hours, including intermission
Advisory: Light strobe, haze, and thunder.

Shakespeare’s final play, The Tempest, reiterates many of his great themes around family strife, conflict and ultimately forgiveness and reconciliation. The exiled Duchess of Milan, Prospera, finds revenge within her grasp with the arrival on her island of those who had banished her. She must ultimately decide whether to move forward or dwell in the anger of the past. An unforgettable collection of characters both human and fantastical gives the graduating Class of 2024 an ideal opportunity by delving into this suspenseful, magical and joyful work.

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Josh Bates

Josh Bates

(Ferdinand) is a Southern California native who received his BFA in Acting from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Sic ‘Em Bears. He has performed in venues all over the country and was most recently seen in Cleveland Play House's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, CWRU/CPH's The Tempest, and as a musician more(Ferdinand) is a Southern California native who received his BFA in Acting from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Sic ‘Em Bears. He has performed in venues all over the country and was most recently seen in Cleveland Play House's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, CWRU/CPH's The Tempest, and as a musician in the Nashville bar/restaurant scene. Other credits include The Liar, Everybody, Passage, Legally Blonde, and The Little Mermaid. He is also the recipient of the Best Actor Award at the Black Glasses Film Festival for his performance in Disaster Survivor. He’d like to thank his family and friends for putting up with this ridiculous life of his. All glory to God! Instagram: @joshbaetes

Mattie Blick

Mattie Blick

(Alonsa) (she/her) is a recent graduate of the Kent State University theatre department and is so excited to be working with CPH for the first time in The Tempest! This spring she made her directorial debut co-directing Minds of Dolls, a black box show at Kent. She has recently more(Alonsa) (she/her) is a recent graduate of the Kent State University theatre department and is so excited to be working with CPH for the first time in The Tempest! This spring she made her directorial debut co-directing Minds of Dolls, a black box show at Kent. She has recently been seen at Blank Canvas Theatre in both The SpongeBob Musical (Sardine/Plankton Dancer) and The Last Starfighter Musical (Marty/Miss July) as well as at the Kent State University Trumbull Theatre in Romeo & Juliet (Romeo) and She Kills Monsters (Lily/Lilith). Mattie would like to thank her Mom, Dad, Grace, Lucy, and her cat Diana for always being there and believing in her.

Luke  Brett

Luke Brett

(Boatswain) (he/him) is thrilled to make his CPH debut. Recent professional credits include Shreddy Eddy in Dobama Theatre's production of Airness, understudying Don John as well as Dogberry in Great Lakes Theater's Much Ado About Nothing, and two of his own original pieces Fran and Gus and The Shadow more(Boatswain) (he/him) is thrilled to make his CPH debut. Recent professional credits include Shreddy Eddy in Dobama Theatre's production of Airness, understudying Don John as well as Dogberry in Great Lakes Theater's Much Ado About Nothing, and two of his own original pieces Fran and Gus and The Shadow of the Clock at the BorderLight Fringe Festival.

Madeline Calais-King

Madeline Calais-King

(Gonzala, Goddess) received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (summa cum laude) in Acting from the University of Houston's School of Theatre & Dance. Madeline had the immense pleasure of appearing in two world premieres this past summer which include 10CHILDREN’s Watching Butterflies (written by Eric Schmiedl) and Notre more(Gonzala, Goddess) received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (summa cum laude) in Acting from the University of Houston's School of Theatre & Dance. Madeline had the immense pleasure of appearing in two world premieres this past summer which include 10CHILDREN’s Watching Butterflies (written by Eric Schmiedl) and Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival’s Hamlet 50/50 (adapted by Vanessa Morosco & Peter Simon Hilton). Other notable companies Madeline has worked with include the American Shakespeare Center, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival and Red Bull Theater in New York City

Ellen Grace Diehl

Ellen Grace Diehl

(Ariel) is a proud member of the MFA Acting class of 2024 and is delighted to be a part of this production. Previous CPH credits include: Claire Clairmont, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein; Ariel, The Tempest; Cliton, The Liar. Other credits include Oklahoma! (Ado Annie) and Carousel (Louise) at the Round more(Ariel) is a proud member of the MFA Acting class of 2024 and is delighted to be a part of this production. Previous CPH credits include: Claire Clairmont, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein; Ariel, The Tempest; Cliton, The Liar. Other credits include Oklahoma! (Ado Annie) and Carousel (Louise) at the Round Barn Theatre and A Gentleman's Guide... (Sibella), Mamma Mia! (Sophie), Gypsy (Louise), and The Little Mermaid (Ariel) at the Allenberry Playhouse. Ellen has over a decade of experience teaching and choreographing and over 20 years of dance training. She is passionate about inspiring and teaching the next generation of artists with compassion and excellence. For Bill and Peg Etter, always. IG: @ellengracediehl www.ellengracediehl.com

Victoria Alev Duffy

Victoria Alev Duffy

(Miranda) (she/her) is elated to be a part of The Play That Goes Wrong at the Cleveland Play House. Past CPH credits: The Tempest, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Watching Butterflies, The Liar, Everybody and Passage. Fordham Theatre credits include The Most Massive Woman Wins, Machinal, DIMES: A New Musical, more(Miranda) (she/her) is elated to be a part of The Play That Goes Wrong at the Cleveland Play House. Past CPH credits: The Tempest, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Watching Butterflies, The Liar, Everybody and Passage. Fordham Theatre credits include The Most Massive Woman Wins, Machinal, DIMES: A New Musical, and more. Victoria has a passion for exploring theatre through a non-American lens, and has spent her past summers intensively studying devising techniques and experimental theatre in Berlin and Shakespeare in London. She is forever thankful for her time in Cleveland and looks forward to returning to New York this coming May. Thank you to everyone involved with The Play That Goes Wrong. @vickduff www.victoriaalevduffy.com

Dylan Ireland

Dylan Ireland

(Sebastian, Stephano) is entering his third and final year of his MFA Acting program for the CWRU/CPH Program. Ireland recently made his CPH debut as Lord Byron and The Creature in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Coming from North Carolina, Ireland received a BA in theater performance from the University of more(Sebastian, Stephano) is entering his third and final year of his MFA Acting program for the CWRU/CPH Program. Ireland recently made his CPH debut as Lord Byron and The Creature in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Coming from North Carolina, Ireland received a BA in theater performance from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Previous roles include: Cory (Fences), Caesar (Julius Caesar), Tinman (The Wiz), Cousin (Everybody), Guy Jacobs (Blues for an Alabama Sky), Truffaldino (The Servant of Two Masters), M (Passage), Toby Belch (Twelfth Night), and Geronte (The Liar). This year, Ireland was nominated for “Best Performer in a Play” for his work in CWRU’s The Tempest where he played Stephano, and Sebastian. Upon graduation in the spring, Ireland has plans to move to New York City to pursue a professional career in stage acting. Ireland gives glory to God, and his family for their eternal support. Instagram: dylan.ireland_

Shunté Lofton

Shunté Lofton

(Prospera) is a graduate of the University of Houston School of Theatre and Dance and is thrilled to be on this next journey. Her previous Cleveland credits include: F (Passage), Death (Everybody), Lucrece (The Liar), and Prospera (The Tempest). She’s had the privilege of growing up all over the more(Prospera) is a graduate of the University of Houston School of Theatre and Dance and is thrilled to be on this next journey. Her previous Cleveland credits include: F (Passage), Death (Everybody), Lucrece (The Liar), and Prospera (The Tempest). She’s had the privilege of growing up all over the world and comes to Cleveland from Houston. She is thankful to God and to her family for their continued support. A lover of the classics, she has performed her way through over half of Shakespeare’s canon. Some of her favorite credits include: Ophelia (Hamlet) and Princess of France (Love’s Labour’s Lost) with the American Shakespeare Center and Constance (King John) with Colorado Shakespeare Festival. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Gavin Michaels

Gavin Michaels

(Caliban) is from wonderfully rainy Seattle, Washington. His stage credits include Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Orlando in As You Like It (BPA), Ferdinand in The Tempest, Hamlet in Hamlet (Kentwood Players), Dorante in The Liar and Caliban in The Tempest (CWRU). He has also worked with John more(Caliban) is from wonderfully rainy Seattle, Washington. His stage credits include Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Orlando in As You Like It (BPA), Ferdinand in The Tempest, Hamlet in Hamlet (Kentwood Players), Dorante in The Liar and Caliban in The Tempest (CWRU). He has also worked with John Leguizamo at the Guthrie Theatre to workshop his new play, Our Hood, as well as play Borrachio in a workshop of Tanta Bulla, y pa que? a bilingual adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing. Most recently he appeared as Victor Frankenstein / Percy Shelley in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (Cleveland Playhouse). His film credits include the school-shooter Derek in the short film Diabolos, Carl in the sci-fi drama The House (Tubi), and Danny in the quirky comedy Danny Doom (Amazon Prime). He earned his undergraduate degree in Political Communication and Rhetoric from the University of Washington. When he’s not on stage you can listen to him playing his signature flavor of pop-punk/emo at local music venues or on your favorite music streaming platform. @_gavinmichaels / gavinmichaels.com

Alfredo Ruiz

Alfredo Ruiz

(Antonio, Trinculo) is currently a third year graduate actor at the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program. You may have seen his pants rip in one of his three performances as understudy for Victor Frankenstein in CPH’s Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein directed by Michael Barakiva. While pursuing his MFA, Alfredo has returned more(Antonio, Trinculo) is currently a third year graduate actor at the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program. You may have seen his pants rip in one of his three performances as understudy for Victor Frankenstein in CPH’s Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein directed by Michael Barakiva. While pursuing his MFA, Alfredo has returned to Miami several times to work on a variety of award winning indie films. Upon graduation Alfredo will be based in NYC but his heart, and hopefully several equity contracts, will always be in Miami. You’ll be able to catch Alfredo again in CPH’s Amadeus later this season! Regional credits include: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (Cleveland Play House), Watching Butterflies (Cleveland Play House), 7 Deadly Sins (Miami New Drama), Wynwood Stories (Juggerknot Theatre Co.). alfredojruiz.com

Eleanor Holdridge

Eleanor Holdridge

(Director) Off-Broadway productions include world premieres of Selma ’65 (LaMaMa), Steve & Idi (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre), and Cycling Past The Matterhorn (Clurman Theatre). Regional world premieres include Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Soprano, David Grimm’s adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, Lauren Gunderson’sThe Revolutionists (Cincinnati Playhouse), NNPN Rolling World Premieres more(Director) Off-Broadway productions include world premieres of Selma ’65 (LaMaMa), Steve & Idi (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre), and Cycling Past The Matterhorn (Clurman Theatre). Regional world premieres include Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Soprano, David Grimm’s adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, Lauren Gunderson’sThe Revolutionists (Cincinnati Playhouse), NNPN Rolling World Premieres of Lauren Gunderson’s Miss Bennett: Christmas at Pemberley and I and You, Meg Maroshnik’s Fickle: A Fancy French Farce, and Caleen Sinnette Jennings’ Queens Girl in the World (Theatre J). She has directed twenty-four of Shakespeare’s plays, some of them multiple times including her most recent Much Ado About Nothing at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. Upcoming projects include the Jane Eyre at the Alley Theatre, and Lend Me A Soprano at Olney Theatre. She holds an MFA from Yale School of Drama, and is a professor and Chairs the Drama Department at The Catholic University of America.

Richard H. Morris, Jr.

(Scenic Designer) is a Cleveland, Ohio based Scenic and Lighting Designer. Recent designs include, The Wedding Band at Stratford Festival, Wine in the Wilderness at Two River Theatre, and Two Train Running at Pittsburgh Public Theatre. Mr. Morris has designed Scenery for over 160 Productions, and was the recipient more(Scenic Designer) is a Cleveland, Ohio based Scenic and Lighting Designer. Recent designs include, The Wedding Band at Stratford Festival, Wine in the Wilderness at Two River Theatre, and Two Train Running at Pittsburgh Public Theatre. Mr. Morris has designed Scenery for over 160 Productions, and was the recipient of the National Black Theatre Festivals award for “Outstanding Achievements in Scenic Design”. In 2013 Mr. Morris was Keynote Speaker at Alabama State University on African Americans In Scenic Design, He also owns a company “Second Soul” that specializes in 3d Character Design and Animation. He is currently Technical Director/Resident Scenic Designer for Weathervane Playhouse in Akron Ohio. Mr. Morris holds a B.A. in Scenic and Lighting Design from Kent State University.

Michelle Hunt Souza

(Costume Designer) is thrilled to collaborate on her first production at the Playhouse. Her professional costume design work has been featured at a wide range of nationally- and regionally-recognized theatres throughout the country, including the Cleveland Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Summit Performance more(Costume Designer) is thrilled to collaborate on her first production at the Playhouse. Her professional costume design work has been featured at a wide range of nationally- and regionally-recognized theatres throughout the country, including the Cleveland Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Summit Performance Indianapolis, Crossroads Repertory Theatre, North Coast Repertory Theatre, Moxie Theatre, and many others. Her writing and scholarship has been featured in Theatre Design and Technology magazine, HowlRound Theatre Commons, TheatreForum International Performance Journal, at the Prague Quadrennial, and in the USITT Teaching Archive. She is currently on the faculty of the School of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University. Michelle’s work can be seen online at msouzadesign.com.

Adam Ditzel

(Lighting Designer) has designed and mixed sound for productions at many area theaters, colleges, and high schools. Recent design credits include FUN HOME at Cain Park, The Other Place at Dobama, Something Rotten at Beck Center, and The Moors at Oberlin College. She is the resident sound designer for more(Lighting Designer) has designed and mixed sound for productions at many area theaters, colleges, and high schools. Recent design credits include FUN HOME at Cain Park, The Other Place at Dobama, Something Rotten at Beck Center, and The Moors at Oberlin College. She is the resident sound designer for Dobama Theatre. She has also recorded and sound designed for several podcasts, including Beyond the Habit, Sidewalk, and Munchen, MN. She has a Bachelor Degree in Music from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, with an emphasis in Recording Technology and Music Business.

Angie Hayes

(Sound Designer) has designed and mixed sound for productions at many area theaters, colleges, and high schools. Recent design credits include FUN HOME at Cain Park, The Other Place at Dobama, Something Rotten at Beck Center, and The Moors at Oberlin College. She is the resident sound designer for more(Sound Designer) has designed and mixed sound for productions at many area theaters, colleges, and high schools. Recent design credits include FUN HOME at Cain Park, The Other Place at Dobama, Something Rotten at Beck Center, and The Moors at Oberlin College. She is the resident sound designer for Dobama Theatre. She has also recorded and sound designed for several podcasts, including Beyond the Habit, Sidewalk, and Munchen, MN. She has a Bachelor Degree in Music from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, with an emphasis in Recording Technology and Music Business.

Daniel Levy

(Composer) is delighted to be working with CPH for the first time, and with director Eleanor Holdridge for their seventh collaboration. A composer and working musician in New York City, his work includes scores for plays, musicals, opera, and film. His full-length music-theater works include The Singing (Richard Rodgers more(Composer) is delighted to be working with CPH for the first time, and with director Eleanor Holdridge for their seventh collaboration. A composer and working musician in New York City, his work includes scores for plays, musicals, opera, and film. His full-length music-theater works include The Singing (Richard Rodgers Award), Laughing Pictures (Fordham University Lincoln Center), Jungle Book (Imagination Stage), and an operatic version of Ray Bradbury's Martian Chronicles (Ars Nova NYC). A leader in urban teaching artistry and music program design, he has partnered with the 92nd Street Y, The Little Orchestra Society, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera Guild, Lincoln Center Education, and Project Music Heals Us. Daniel’s book A Teaching Artist’s Companion: How To Define and Develop Your Practice was published in 2019 by Oxford University Press. You can hear more of his work on YouTube and Soundcloud (Daniel Levy Music), and at daniellevymusic.com.

Kirsten Houck

(Puppet Designer and Artisan) Celebrating 25 years as a professional artist and technician of all things stage & film! Kirsten has also delighted in learning from experiences such as hitchhiking across the country & jumping out of airplanes. Inspiration is gleaned from making music and dancing in addition to more(Puppet Designer and Artisan) Celebrating 25 years as a professional artist and technician of all things stage & film! Kirsten has also delighted in learning from experiences such as hitchhiking across the country & jumping out of airplanes. Inspiration is gleaned from making music and dancing in addition to all things visual. Movement and the stories it collaboratively generates is her life. Performances with CPH, Baldwin Wallace, Cleveland School of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art and The Natural History Museum are all under her belt, as well as most large scale movies made here in Ohio. Currently, she is also working with Dance Evert and teaching various healing and energy practices. Honored to share it all!

Eliza Ladd Schwarz

Eliza Ladd Schwarz

(Movement Coach) is a performer, director, stage writer, composer, and choreographer from NYC. She is thrilled to join the faculty at CWRU / Cleveland Playhouse MFA after 10 years teaching at the FSU / Asolo Conservatory. Eliza has created original multi-disciplinary work in NYC at PS 122, Dixon Place, more(Movement Coach) is a performer, director, stage writer, composer, and choreographer from NYC. She is thrilled to join the faculty at CWRU / Cleveland Playhouse MFA after 10 years teaching at the FSU / Asolo Conservatory. Eliza has created original multi-disciplinary work in NYC at PS 122, Dixon Place, Movement Research, the Knitting Factory, and Joyce Soho, and performed at La Mama, the Kitchen, NY Theater Workshop, St. Ann’s Warehouse and with Shakespeare and Company in MA. Notable recent works include Agridulce / Bittersweet, an Andrew W Mellon Foundation funded project; Work / Play / Work, a theatrical ensemble zoom response to the 2020 call for social justice; and, her solo works Gravity and Levity and Autobiography of the Human Species. Eliza holds a BA in Comparative Religion from Harvard University and an MFA in Theater: Contemporary Performance from Naropa University. www.elizaladd.com

Dusten A. Welch

(Fight Choreographer) is an award-winning fight choreographer and director. He teaches courses on Stage Combat for Baldwin Wallace University and currently serves as Artistic Director for Cleveland Shakespeare Festival. His directing credits most recently include works at Cleveland Shakespeare Festival, Beck Center for the Arts, Baldwin Wallace University, and more(Fight Choreographer) is an award-winning fight choreographer and director. He teaches courses on Stage Combat for Baldwin Wallace University and currently serves as Artistic Director for Cleveland Shakespeare Festival. His directing credits most recently include works at Cleveland Shakespeare Festival, Beck Center for the Arts, Baldwin Wallace University, and the Academy for the Performing Arts. As a fight choreographer, Dusten has more than 70 credits to his name, with work seen at Great Lakes Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland Play House, Beck Center for the Arts, Cleveland Public Theatre, Dobama Theater, Ensemble Theatre CLE among others. He is a multi-recipient of the Kennedy Center Foundation’s ACTF Achievement Award for Fight Direction (2007 and again in 2016). He is a member and Advanced Actor Combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors, and holds his BA in Theatre and Performance from Ashland University.

Beth McGee

(Voice Coach) is a member of Actor’s Equity and a voice, speech, and dialect coach. She is one of the co-founders of Cleveland’s immersive theater company Shadow of the Run LLC, and was the playwright for their first immersive piece, Wanderlust. She was the on-set dialect more(Voice Coach) is a member of Actor’s Equity and a voice, speech, and dialect coach. She is one of the co-founders of Cleveland’s immersive theater company Shadow of the Run LLC, and was the playwright for their first immersive piece, Wanderlust. She was the on-set dialect coach for Cinemax’s 2016 television series Quarry, directed by Greg Yaitanes. She has acted as dialect coach for many Cleveland area theaters and dialect coached the 2002 film Welcome to Collinwood starring George Clooney, and directed by the Russo Brothers. She has coached and/or acted in productions at numerous Cleveland area theaters. She is a Professor of Voice and Acting at CWRU. Devotees of folk music can find her 1980 Folkways album Love is Teasing housed in the archives of the Smithsonian Institution. McGee is an active member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Jeffrey Ullom

(Dramaturg) is an Associate Professor of Theater at Case Western Reserve University where he teaches theatre history and dramaturgy. He is the author of several books and articles focusing on regional theatre, including his most recent book on Cleveland Play House America’s First Regional Theatre. As a more(Dramaturg) is an Associate Professor of Theater at Case Western Reserve University where he teaches theatre history and dramaturgy. He is the author of several books and articles focusing on regional theatre, including his most recent book on Cleveland Play House America’s First Regional Theatre. As a dramaturg, he worked with notable playwrights including Tony Kushner, David Henry Hwang, John Patrick Shanley and others at the Humana Festival of New American Plays, and he has served as a dramaturg for several Cleveland Play House productions. He is currently working on two books—a broad history of regional theatre and a murder mystery involving theatre history.

Tyree J. Franklin

(Stage Manager) is a Cleveland based stage manager and Artist with his BFA in Stage Management from Wright State University. His recent stage management credits include: Everybody (CWRU/CPH), Passage (CWRU/CPH), Irma Bombeck (CPH), The Tempest (CWRU/CPH), Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (Karamu House), Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Here Chameleon Skin more(Stage Manager) is a Cleveland based stage manager and Artist with his BFA in Stage Management from Wright State University. His recent stage management credits include: Everybody (CWRU/CPH), Passage (CWRU/CPH), Irma Bombeck (CPH), The Tempest (CWRU/CPH), Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (Karamu House), Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Here Chameleon Skin (Karamu House) and this will be his fifth season working on Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity (Karamu House). He is also a new playwright with his show Tales of a Fat Man, which was featured at CPT’s Pandemonium ’23. He would like to thank his family and friends for their continued love and support!

Donald Carrier

Donald Carrier

(Director of CWRU/CPH Acting Program) most recently directed The Liar for the MFA Program, Othello at Texas Shakespeare Festival, Ellis Island: The Dream of America for The Cleveland Orchestra and Doubt for the Beck Center. For the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program, he has also directed Passage, Fifth of July, more(Director of CWRU/CPH Acting Program) most recently directed The Liar for the MFA Program, Othello at Texas Shakespeare Festival, Ellis Island: The Dream of America for The Cleveland Orchestra and Doubt for the Beck Center. For the CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program, he has also directed Passage, Fifth of July, Clybourne Park, The Misanthrope, Too True to Be Good, and The Violins of Hope. Other directing includes Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Seminar, and Really Really (Beck Center for the Arts); and Becky Shaw (Dobama Theatre). Other selected directing credits include The Crucible, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, 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 National Arts Center, 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, three seasons at the Old Globe, and two seasons at the Shaw Festival. Television/Film: Guns, The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Passion of Ayn Rand, and Dead by Monday. Don is a proud Lunt/Fontanne Fellow and is the Director of CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Program.

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