Mark Lamos

Mark Lamos Artistic Director: California Shakespearean Festival, Arizona Theater Company, Hartford Stage (17 seasons), currently Westport Playhouse. Productions: Kennedy Center, Guthrie, Old Globe, Washington Shakespeare Theater, Yale Rep, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, A.C.T. (San Francisco), Canada’s Stratford Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse in …

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.  …

Kathleen Marshall

Kathleen Marshall’s Broadway credits include Living on Love, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Anything Goes, The Pajama Game, Wonderful Town, Grease, Little Shop of Horrors, Follies, Seussical, Kiss Me

Meredith McDonough

Meredith McDonough has focused primarily on the development and production of new plays and musicals across the country, and is currently in her third season as the associate artistic director at Actors Theatre of Louisville, where she has directed The …

Ethan McSweeny

Ethan McSweeny made his Off-Broadway debut with the NY premiere John Logan’s Never the Sinner (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Award) and his Broadway debut with the revival of Gore Vidal’s The Best Man (Tony nomination, Drama Desk, and Outer …

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.  …

Robert O’Hara

Robert O’Hara received the NAACP Best Director Award for his direction of Eclipsed, Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play for Antebellum, OBIE for his direction of the world premiere of the critically acclaimed In The Continuum. …

Sharon Ott

Sharon Ott began her 25-year American theater career in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she worked with the experimental theater ensemble, Theatre X, sharing an Obie award with other company members for their production of A Fierce Longing. She was a …

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 …

Ruben Santiago-Hudson

Ruben Santiago-Hudson recently directed the world premiere of his play Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine at The Two River Theater and the world premiere of Dominique Morriseau’s Paradise Blue at Williamstown Theater Festival. Other credits include The Piano Lesson

Seret Scott

Seret Scott has directed a dozen productions at the Old Globe Theatre as an Associate Artist . Off-Broadway she premiered Mujeres Y Hombres at New Victory Theatre, and directed Birdie Blue and Zooman and The Sign for Second Stage Theatre, …