John Dillon

John Dillon is a stage director who makes his home in Seattle, though he’s also the Associate Director of Tokyo’s Institute of Dramatic Arts (and where his productions have twice won Japan’s highest theater award). He’s the Founding President of …

Sheldon Epps

Sheldon Epps has been Artistic Director of the renowned Pasadena Playhouse since 1997.  Before beginning his tenure at the Playhouse he served as Associate Artistic Director of the Old Globe Theatre for four years.  He was also a co-founder of …

Liza Gennaro

Liza Gennaro choreographed the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of The Most Happy Fella directed by Gerald Gutierrez and the Broadway revival of Once Upon a Mattress starring Sarah Jessica Parker. She has choreographed Off-Broadway and in regional theaters across the …

Linda Hartzell

Linda Hartzell has been the Artistic Director of Seattle Children’s Theatre and its Education Programs since 1984. She received her BA in Education from the University of Washington, and was a recipient of the Distinguished Achievement Award from UW College …

Sue Lawless

Sue Lawless served on the Executive Board of SDC,  the SDC Foundation , a panelist for the NEA, the NYC advisory committee for the Education of the Arts in the Lower Grades, and an Arts Advocate, lobbying in Washington, D.C.  …

Robert Moss

Robert Moss ran the Edward Albee Playwrights Unit from l970 to 1971.  Then from 1971 to 1981 he simultaneously founded and ran Playwrights Horizons, The Queens Theater in the Park, and helped develop Theater Row on West 42nd Street.  …

Mary Robison

Mary Robinson has directed over fifty productions of classics and new plays in New York and around the country. LORT credits include Seattle Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, South Coast Rep, Milwaukee Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse, ACT in Seattle and …

Ted Sod

Ted Sod has been dramaturge for the education dept. at The Roundabout Theatre Company in NYC since 2001. He is a member of SAG-AFTRA, Actors Equity, The Dramatists Guild and SDC. He has written many musicals and plays, including plays …

Evan Yionoulis

Evan Yionoulis has directed new plays and classics in New York and across the U.S.    She opened Manhattan Theatre Club’s Biltmore Theatre (Broadway) with Richard Greenberg’s The Violet Hour, directed his Everett Beekin (Lincoln Center Theatre) and received an …