HELEN MIRREN COMES TO BROADWAY IN 'THE AUDIENCE'

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COMING TO BROADWAY IN 2015
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Helen Mirren Stars In The Audience



The producers of Peter Morgan’s Broadway-bound The Audience, starring Academy Award winner Helen Mirren, announced today that Dakin Matthews and Rod McLachlan will take on the roles of Winston Churchill and Gordon Brown, respectively. Stephen Daldry directs the limited engagement at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 West 45th Street). Previews begin February 17; opening night is March 8. The production runs through June 28, 2015.



The Audience cast is Helen Mirren (Queen Elizabeth II), Dylan Baker (John Major), Geoffrey Beevers (The Queen’s Equerry), Michael Elwyn (Sir Anthony Eden), Judith Ivey (Margaret Thatcher), Dakin Matthews (Winston Churchill), Richard McCabe (Harold Wilson), Rod McLachlan (Gordon Brown), Rufus Wright (David Cameron), Anthony Cochrane (Cecil Beaton / Detective / Bishop), Graydon Long (Footman / Beefeater), Jason Loughlin (Footman / Beefeater), Michael Rudko (Ensemble), Henny Russell (Queen's Secretary), Tracy Sallows (Bobo McDonald), Elizabeth Teeter (Young Elizabeth), and Tony Ward (Ensemble).



For sixty years Elizabeth II has met each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a weekly audience at Buckingham Palace. Both parties have an unspoken agreement never to repeat what is said, not even to their spouses.



The Audience imagines a series of pivotal meetings between the Downing Street incumbents and their Queen. From Churchill to Cameron, each Prime Minister uses these private conversations as a sounding board and a confessional - sometimes intimate, sometimes explosive. In turn, the Queen can’t help but reveal her own self as she advises, consoles and, on occasion, teases. These private audiences chart the arc of the second Elizabethan Age, from the beginning of Elizabeth II’s reign to today. Politicians come and go through the revolving door of electoral politics, while she remains constant, waiting to welcome her next Prime Minister.



Geoffrey Beevers, Michael Elwyn, Richard McCabe, and Rufus Wright are appearing with the support of Actors' Equity Association. The Producers gratefully acknowledge Actors' Equity Association for its assistance of this production.



Helen Mirren received the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Play for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in The Audience, reprising her Academy Award winning role from the film The Queen, also written by Peter Morgan. The recipient of two Golden Globe, three BAFTA, three Screen Actors Guild and four Emmy Awards, Ms. Mirren has been seen previously on Broadway in A Month in the Country (1995) and Dance of Death (2001).



The production is designed by six-time Tony Award winner Bob Crowley with lighting by two-time Tony Award winner Rick Fisher, sound by Tony Award winner Paul Arditti, and music by Paul Englishby.



The Audience is produced by Matthew Byam Shaw for Playful Productions, Robert Fox and Andy Harries.




TICKET INFORMATION


Tickets for The Audience are available through Telecharge.com or by calling 212-239-6200. Tickets range in price from $75 to $145 (all prices include a $2.00 facility fee). Premium seating is available.




PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

· February 17 – March 7: Tuesday – Saturday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm, and Sunday at 3pm

· Beginning March 10: Tuesday & Thursday at 7pm, Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Wednesday & Saturday at 2pm; Sunday at 3pm.



ABOUT THE CAST



HELEN MIRREN (Queen Elizabeth II) has won international recognition for her work on stage, screen and television. For her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen in 2006, she received an Academy Award®, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award®, and BAFTA Award for Best Actress. She was also named Best Actress by virtually every critics’ organization from Los Angeles to London. In 2014 she was honored with the BAFTA Fellowship for her outstanding career in film. On television she played the title role in “Elizabeth I” for which she won Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Awards. Mirren began her career in the role of Cleopatra at the National Youth Theatre. She then joined the Royal Shakespeare Company, where she starred in such productions as Troilus and Cressida and Macbeth. In 1972, she joined renowned director Peter Brook’s Theatre Company and toured the world. Since then her theatre work has spanned numerous productions in the West End, the Fringe, the RSC, the National Theatre and Broadway, including A Month in the Country, for which she received a Tony nomination, and The Dance of Death opposite Ian McKellen. Subsequent productions include Orpheus Descending at the Donmar Warehouse and Mourning Becomes Electra at the National, for which she received an Olivier Best Actress Award nomination. She returned to the National in 2009 in the title role of Racine's Phèdre directed by Nicholas Hytner. This made history when it became the first theatre production to be filmed for “NTLive” and was seen in cinemas throughout the world. In her most recent performance in 2013 in London's West End, she reprised her role of Queen Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan’s The Audience, directed by Stephen Daldry, for which she won an Olivier Award for Best Actress. In 2013 she starred alongside Anthony Hopkins in the film Hitchcock, and with Al Pacino in HBO’s “Phil Spector,” for which she won a SAG Award for her performance. On television she earned an Emmy and three BAFTAs for playing Jane Tennison in the multi award-winning series “Prime Suspect.” Her other television includes “Losing Chase,” for which she won a Golden Globe Award, “The Passion of Ayn Rand,” for which she won a Emmy Award, “Door to Door” and “The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone.” Mirren’s latest film is Disney’s The Hundred-Foot Journey directed by Lasse Hallstrom and produced by Stephen Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey, in which Mirren portrays a French restaurateur Madame Mallory. Currently in production, Mirren will be starring in the Weinstein’s Company’s Woman in Gold, in which she plays Maria Altmann, the Austrian Jewish refugee who fought to reclaim her family’s paintings that had been stolen by the Nazis in World War II. Helen Mirren became a Dame of the British Empire in 2003.



DYLAN BAKER (John Major). Dylan Baker’s Broadway credits include Mauritius, November and God of Carnage. He earned Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominations for La Bête and an Obie Award for his performance in Not About Heroes. He starred in Sea of Tranquility at the Atlantic Theatre Company and Homebody/Kabul at the New York Theatre Workshop. Baker was honored with an IFP Gotham Award and an IFP West Independent Spirit Award nomination for the film Happiness. Additional film credits include Anchorman 2; Selma; Trainwreck; Franny; The Humbling; Secretariat; Revolutionary Road; Hide and Seek; Rick; Spiderman II & III; Head of State; How to Deal; Road to Perdition; Changing Lanes, The Cell; Along Came a Spider; Random Hearts; Requiem for a Dream; Celebrity; Trick ‘r Treat; Simply Irresistible; Disclosure; Planes, Trains and Automobiles; The Long Walk Home; Delirious; The Hunting Party; Across the Universe; and 2 Days in New York. His TV credits include “Damages,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD,” HBO’s “From the Earth to the Moon,” “Murder One,” “Drive,” “Book of Daniel,” “The Pitts, “Feds,” HBO’s “The Laramie Project,” “The Elizabeth Smart Story,” “Kings,” Political Animals” and recurring roles on “Ugly Betty” and “Burn Notice.” He appears as Colin Sweeney on “The Good Wife” for which he received three Emmy Award nominations. He recently completed making his directorial debut on the feature film 23 Blast.



GEOFFREY BEEVERS (Queen’s Equerry). Theatre includes: The Heresy of Love, Measure for Measure, A Servant To Two Masters, Pericles, Henry VIII, Comedy of Errors, The Time Of Your Life, Red Star, Mother Courage and The Devils (RSC), The U.N. Inspector, Playing with Fire and The Winter’s Tale (National Theatre), The Audience (West End), War and Peace and Passage to India (Shared Experience), Hamlet and The Antipodes (Shakespeare’s Globe), Twelfth Night (English Touring Theatre), Hamlet, Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and King Lear (USA), Leaving, The Skin Game, Dr Knock, Uncle Vanya, Largo Desolato and King Lear (Orange Tree), 2nd May 1997 (Bush), Romeo and Juliet and The Crucible (The Young Vic), The Robbers (The Gate), The Tower (Almeida), A Bequest to the Nation, Dandy Dick and Eurydice (West End). Television includes: “The Tudors,” “The Genius of Mozart,” “Goodnight, Mister Tom,” “The South Bank Show on Hardy,” “Silent Witness,” “Inspector Morse,” “Sherlock Holmes,” “Taggart,” “Poirot,” “Holby City,” “Casualty,” “The Bill,” “Doctors,” “Prime Suspect,” “Yes, Prime Minister,” “Red Dwarf,” “Measure For Measure,” “A Time To Dance,” “Doctor Who,” “A Very Peculiar Practice,” “A Very British Coup” and “Jewel in the Crown.” Film includes: The Clash of Titans, Miss Potter, The Kid, The Edge of Love, The Woodlanders, The Curse of the Pink Panther and Victor/Victoria. Geoffrey also writes and directs. His adaptation of “Middlemarch” was recently staged at the Orange Tree Theatre.



MICHAEL ELWYN (Sir Anthony Eden) played Sir Anthony Eden in the original production of The Audience at London’s Gielgud Theatre. He has since appeared as Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing at London’s Old Vic with James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave, directed by Mark Rylance, and as Wyn Griffith in National Theatre Wales’ acclaimed production of Mametz, set on the Somme in 1916. Other theatre includes Rope (Almeida), The Long Road (Soho Theatre), Three Sisters, Cymbeline (Royal Exchange, Manchester), The Solid Gold Cadillac (Garrick Theatre), Revelations (Hampstead Theatre), Broken Glass (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Darwin in Malibu (Birmingham Rep.). A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Troilus & Cressida, All’s Well That Ends Well (Regent’s Park Open Air); The Seagull, A Penny For A Song (Richmond’s Orange Tree). Films include: The Iron Lady, Shadowman, Half Moon Street, The French Lieutenant’s Woman, A Touch of Class, Decline and Fall. Michael played a much younger Anthony Eden in NBC’s The Gathering Storm with Richard Burton as Churchill. Television includes: Becchi in “Da Vinci’s Demons” (Starz), BBC America’s “Sharpe’s Challenge,” “The Tudors,” “The Queen’s Sister,” Sir Edward in “Robin Hood,” “Into The Storm” (HBO), “Small Island,” “Foyle’s War,” Lionel Logue in “Bertie & Elizabeth” (Masterpiece Theater), and Burne-Wilke in ABC’s “War & Remembrance.”



JUDITH IVEY (Margaret Thatcher) is the recipient of the Tony, Drama Desk, Obie, and Lucille Lortel Awards. She has been nominated for the Outer Critics’ Circle, the Drama League, and Emmy Awards. She also received the Texas Medal of Arts in Theatre, as well as being inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame. Judith most recently performed on Broadway in The Heiress and was nominated for her fourth Tony Award. She has appeared in five solo shows, most notably The Lady with All the Answers, portraying Eppie Lederer, better known as Ann Landers, and was nominated for a fourth Drama Desk award and the Lucille Lortel Award. Judith received the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of Amanda Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie. Judith has appeared in over 40 films including Devil’s Advocate, Compromising Positions, Love, Hurts, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Flags of Our Fathers, and What Alice Found. She received an Emmy nomination for “What the Deaf Man Heard.” Ms. Ivey starred in four television series, the most memorable being “Designing Women” as well as several guest appearances on shows such as “Will and Grace,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Law and Order: SVU,” and “White Collar.” Judith is also a stage director, with her recent production of Steel Magnolias at the Alliance Theatre.



DAKIN MATTHEWS (Winston Churchill). Broadway: Rocky (Mickey), The Best Man (Senator Carlin), A Man for All Seasons (Cardinal Wolsey), Henry IV (Warwick/Glendower; Bayfield and Drama Desk Award). Off-Broadway: Measure for Measure (Provost) and All’s Well That Ends Well (Lafew) at Shakespeare in the Park; Where’s Charley (Spettigue) at Encores; The Winter’s Tale (Antigonus) and The Cherry Orchard (Pishchik) for the Bridge Project at BAM and world tour; Freedomland (Noah) at Playwrights’ Horizons; The School for Scandal (Sir Peter/Sir Oliver) and The Hostage (Pat) at the Acting Company. Regional: over 250 productions, including The Nether, History Boys, The Wood Demon, The Real Thing, and Hedda Gabler (CTG, Los Angeles); Yes, Prime Minister (Geffen Playhouse); Misalliance, Shadowlands, Major Barbara, and Hamlet (South Coast Rep); Prince of L.A, Much Ado About Nothing, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Old Globe); Three Sisters, Uncle Vanya, and Christmas Carol (ACT, San Francisco); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Dallas Theatre Center); King Lear (PICT). Film: over 25 films, including recently Lincoln, True Grit, Zero Charisma. TV: 250 episodes, including recently “Elementary,” “Veep,” “Castle,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Big Bang Theory,” and recurring on “Gilmore Girls,” “Desperate Housewives,” “King of Queens.” Mr. Matthews is also an Emeritus Professor of English, a Shakespeare scholar, and an award-winning playwright, translator, and dramaturge.



RICHARD McCABE (Harold Wilson) re-joins The Audience after the London production for which he won an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor. Recent Theatre includes Fortunes Fool (Old Vic); A Little Hotel on the Side (Theatre Royal Bath); Yes, Prime Minister (Gielgud/Apollo). Theatre for the Royal Shakespeare Company (Associate Artist) includes A Tender Thing, Twelfth Night, King John, Othello, Timon Of Athens, The White Devil, Three Hours After Marriage, Troilus And Cressida, The Taming of the Shrew, The Winters Tale, The School Of Night, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Doctor Faustus, Epiceone, Hyde Park, Titus Andronicus, The New Inn, The Churchill Play, Misalliance. Other Theatre includes The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Way of the World, Absolute Hell, Marat/Sade (Royal National Theatre), The Critic, The Real Inspector Hound, Bingo, Scapino (Chichester), Critic/Inspector Hound Bingo, Doctor Faustus (Young Vic), Amadeus (London Sinfonia Orchestra), Hamlet, The Tempest (Birmingham/Elsinore Castle), The Beau (Theatre Royal Haymarket). Films include Eye in the Sky, Cinderella, Invisible Woman, Epithet, The Duchess, Nightwatching, The Constant Gardener, Vanity Fair, Tulse Luper Suitcase, Master and Commander, Notting Hill, Persuasion. Television includes “Wallander,” “Lady in Red,” “Indian Summers,” “Peaky Blinders,” “The Great Fire,” “The Game,” “Legacy,” “The Best Of Men,” “The Minor Character Borgia,” “Einstein and Eddington,” “A History of the World Backwards,” “Spooks,” “Lewis,” “Jane Eyre,” “Midsomer Murders,” “To the Ends of the Earth,” “Foyles War,” “Waking the Dead,” “Trial & Retribution.”



ROD McLACHLAN (Gordon Brown) has appeared with Martin Sheen and Al Pacino in Julius Caesar at the New York Shakespeare Festival, and on Broadway with Laura Linney in Holiday. Also on Broadway: Death and the King's Horseman, Our Town, The Real Inspector Hound, Saint Joan, and Timon of Athens, The Government Inspector. At Lincoln Center, When the Rain Stops Falling, and Observe the Sons of Ulster. A member of Atlantic Theater Company, Rod has performed in their productions of Edmund and Clean, Keep Your Pantheon, and School. Rod’s play Good Television was produced at Atlantic’s Stage 2 in 2013. In Los Angeles, Rod appeared with Felicity Huffman and Ed Begley Jr. in November and in What the Butler Saw at the Mark Taper, and originated the role of the Messenger in David Mamet’s Keep Your Pantheon, part of Two Unrelated Plays at the Kirk Douglas Theater, appearing with Ed O’Neil and David Paymer. He also performed Mamet’s School with John Pankow. His many film credits include: Caught, Superhero Movie!, The Bulls, National Treasure, Spiderman II, Magnolia, Instinct, Conspiracy Theory, Radioland Murders, Where the Money Is. TV: “Aquarius,” “Modern Family,” “The Crazy Ones,” “Mad Men.”



RUFUS WRIGHT (David Cameron) trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. He created the part of David Cameron in the West End production of The Audience and previously worked with Peter Morgan on the original Donmar Warehouse production of Frost/Nixon and in the film The Special Relationship. Other theatre credits include: The 39 Steps (Criterion), The One, The Backroom (Soho Theatre) The Empire (Royal Court), Serious Money, The Madness of George III (Birmingham Rep), Private Lives (Hampstead), Crown Matrimonial (Guildford and Tour), Mary Stuart (Donmar Warehouse and Apollo), Journey’s End (Duke of York’s), Trust Byron, Life With an Idiot and Franziska (The Gate), Single Spies (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Secret Garden (Salisbury Playhouse), and Richard II (London Pleasance). His television work includes: “Elementary,” “Knifeman,” “Foyle's War,” “EastEnders,” “New Tricks,” “Miranda,” “White Van Man,” “Five Daughters,” “The Thick of It,” “Taking the Flak,” “Fanny Hill,” “Extras,” “The Quatermass Experiment,” “Bomber.” Film includes: Quantum of Solace, Spy Game, the forthcoming Michael Winterbottom film The Face of an Angel and Andrew Haigh's 45 Years. Radio includes: Over 20 radio plays for BBC Radio, including three series of “North by Northamptonshire” and a weekly guest slot on Stephen Merchant's show on BBC 6Music.



ANTHONY COCHRANE (Beaton/Detective/Bishop). Broadway: War Horse, Cymbeline, The Coast of Utopia (Lincoln Center Theater). Off-Broadway: Nikolai and the Others (LCT), Dense Terrain (BAM). 12 years and 18 productions with the Aquila Theatre Company including Othello, Cyrano de Bergerac, Much Ado About Nothing, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Twelfth Night, The Iliad, The Man Who Would Be King, The Invisible Man. Regional: Julius Caesar, Henry VIII (Helen Hayes Nom.), A Winter’s Tale (Folger Theatre, DC), Taming Of The Shrew, Hamlet, All’s Well That Ends Well, Lettice and Lovage (Alabama Shakespeare Festival). Tovarich (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey). Amadeus, Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest (Old Globe). Much Ado About Nothing (LaJolla Playhouse). UK: The Broken Heart, The Wives Excuse, Coriolanus, Julius Caesar (Royal Shakespeare Company). Numerous other repertory productions throughout the UK. Composed original music for over 30 theatre productions. Film: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps; Apocalypse Watch. TV: “Law & Order: SVU,” “Benjamin Franklin” (PBS), “Taggart” (Scottish TV), “Neverwhere” (BBC). Training: RSAMD. www.anthonycochrane.com



GRAYDON LONG (Footman/Beefeater). A native of Perrysburg Ohio, Graydon's favorite theater credits include Kiss Me, Kate; Singin' In the Rain; Bye Bye Birdie at the St. Louis MUNY. Off-Broadway: Revolution in the Elbow... (Alex) TV: “Eye Candy,” “The Carrie Diaries.”



JASON LOUGHLIN (Footman/Beefeater). A native of North Carolina, Jason has a BA in Theatre from UNC-Charlotte. Jason was last seen on Broadway in Machinal, directed by Lyndsey Turner, and also did the first National tour of War Horse, directed by Bijan Sheibani, playing the role of Major Nichols. He has worked regionally in Georgia and North Carolina.



MICHAEL RUDKO (Ensemble). Broadway: Romeo & Juliet, Mary Stuart, The Best Man, Timon of Athens, Serious Money. International: Richard III (Bridge Project); We Are Not These Hands (Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus); True West (Donmar Warehouse); Antony & Cleopatra, Julius Caesar (Globe Theatre, London). Off-Broadway: Titus Andronicus, As You Like It, Love’s Labor’s Lost, Henry V (TFANA); As You Like It, King Lear, Richard II (Public/NYSF), House for Sale (Transport Group). Regional: ART, Arena Stage, California Shakespeare, Center Stage, Dallas Theater Center, Folger, Geva, Mark Taper Forum, McCarter Theatre, New Jersey Shakespeare, Old Globe, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Shakespeare Theatre DC, Yale Rep, Wilma.



HENNY RUSSELL (Queen's Secretary). Broadway: Machinal directed by Lyndsey Turner; The Winslow Boy directed by Lindsay Posner; The Other Place directed by Joe Mantello; Lombardi directed by Thomas Kail; The Royal Family directed by Doug Hughes; Impressionism directed by Jack O’Brien; Major Barbara directed by Daniel Sullivan. Off-Broadway: Napoleon in Exile (59E59), Fuddy Meers (Minetta Lane), Boy Gets Girl (MTC), Moonlight and Magnolias (MTC), Marion Bridge (Urban Stages), Labor Day (MTC). Regional credits include the Old Globe, Yale Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Hartford Stage, George Street Playhouse, Denver Center, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Hartford TheatreWorks, The Magic Theatre, Virginia Stage Company, Cleveland Play House, Merrimack Rep, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse. Film: St. James Place (2015) with Tom Hanks, directed by Steven Spielberg; Freeheld (2015) with Julianne Moore and Ellen Page; Good Ol’ Boy (2015); Kilimanjaro; You Don’t Know Jack with Al Pacino, directed by Barry Levinson; Revolutionary Road directed by Sam Mendes; Tie A Yellow Ribbon; Loopy. Television: “The Leftovers,” “Unforgettable,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Possible Side Effects,” “Law & Order,” “Gossip Girl,” “Hope & Faith.”



TRACY SALLOWS (Bobo McDonald) was most recently seen on Broadway as “Lady Montague” in Romeo and Juliet with Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad. Other Broadway credits include Angels in America, Shimada, The Miser, You Never Can Tell and Die Fledermaus at the MET. Tracy’s off-Broadway credits include Aristocrats at Manhattan Theatre Club; Moving Bodies at Ensemble Studio Theatre; The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World at the NYMF/Beckett Theatre; and The Countess at the Lambs Theatre, to name a few. Regionally Tracy has performed leading roles at the Guthrie Theatre, The Alley Theatre, The American Repertory Theatre, Hartford Stage, Yale Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The McCarter Theatre, The New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Portland Stage Company, The Apollo Theatre in Chicago, The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, the Arizona Theatre Company, among others. Many independent films and “Law & Order” episodes. Recently Tracy was seen on “Blue Bloods” and “Unforgettable,” and she had a recurring role as Mrs. Kathryn Bader on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.” Tracy has an extensive voice-over career and is also a member of the BMI/Lehman Engel Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop, where she wrote the book, music and lyrics for Curious & Rare, for which she was recently awarded an Anna Sosenko Trust Grant. More at www.tracysallows.com.



ELIZABETH TEETER (Young Elizabeth) returns to the Great White Way after making her Broadway debut as Jane Banks in the closing company of Mary Poppins. She was last seen in New York as Young Marguerite in the workshop of the new musical Ever After, directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall, and as Eva in the workshop of the new musical Lord Tom with Phillip Boykin. Favorite regional roles include Flounder in The Little Mermaid (The Muny), Tootie in Meet Me in St. Louis (The Muny), Marta VonTrapp in The Sound of Music (The Muny), and The Girl in Way to Heaven (New Jewish Theatre), as well as work with The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Opera Theatre of St. Louis. An avid lover of classical ballet, she was accepted into Russia’s prestigious Bolshoi Ballet Summer Intensive in 2014, where she trained extensively in the Vaganova ballet method. She resides in St. Louis.



TONY WARD (Ensemble). Broadway credits include the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre production of Twelfe Night/Richard III as Sea Captain/Priest, Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s recent production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? as the standby for Tracy Letts, the Old Vic’s The Norman Conquests as Tom, Manhattan Theatre Club’s The Columnist as Halberstam. The Broadway National Tour of Twelve Angry Men. Off-Broadway with Manhattan Theatre Club: Wonder of The World, Close-Up Space, and Lost Lake. New York Stage and Film: The Two Orphans and Day One, A Hotel, Evening. At Keen Company Beasley’s Christmas Party, and at the Connelly Theatre The Elephant Man and Beyond The Horizon. Regionally he created the role of The Man in the world premiere of Lucinda Coxon’s Vesuvius at South Coast Rep. Also at SCR: The Weir and Terra Nova. As You Like It and Edward II at Yale Rep, Morphic Resonance at Westport Country Playhouse, The Steward of Christendom at The Huntington. King Lear, Three Sisters, As You Like It and The Wilder Plays at Baltimore Center Stage. Also, a season at Actors Theatre of Louisville, 2+ seasons with The O’Neill Playwrights Conference, Lincoln Center Directors Lab and The Acting Company (Arms and The Man, Othello, Henry V and A Doll’s House.) Film and Television work includes principal roles with This American Life (live at BAM), “Mysteries of Laura,” “Person of Interest,” “Ironside,” “Smash,” “Law & Order,” “Guiding Light” and the recently released James Gray film The Immigrant. He received his MFA from the Yale School of Drama in 1994.


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