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Elizabeth Argus
Adam Bitterman
Michael Colucci
Abby Dillion
Matt Edmonds
Johnny Garcia
Jacqueline Grandt
Jan Ellen Graves
K.C. Karen Hill
Tommy Lee Johnston
Benjamin Kirberger
Aaron Kirby
E. Malcolm Martinez
Dan McNamara
Peter Oyloe
Brian Parry
Mary Reynard
Debra Rodkin
Kathleen Ruhl
Sarah Sapperstein
Michael Sherwin
Scott Weinstein
Elizabeth Argus
Argus
Elizabeth is delighted to be a company member at Redtwist, after appearing in three back-to-back shows with them in 2013. Most recent credit was Diana/Lucille in THE AMERICAN CLOCK, Simone in ELEMENO PEA, directed by Steve Scott. Prior to that, Courtney in DRUNK AND READY and an ensemble woman in PLEASE SAY YES, both scripts by Scott Woldman in the LUV CYCLE series. Before that, other credits include Charlotte in NIGHT OF THE IGUANA, Sara in A TOUCH OF THE POET, and Heavenly in SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH, all at Artistic Home. Elizabeth is represented by Shirley Hamilton agency and has acted in commercials, film, and television, and has appeared in a national print campaign for Disney. When not pursuing the stage, she is a yoga instructor and avid proponent of health and wellness.
Adam Bitterman
AB
A native of Chicago, Adam began acting in television commercials at the age of five. He earned a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where he studied with Stella Adler, David Mamet and William H. Macy, among others. Adam then returned to Chicago where he was seen in the Next Lab’s BOUNCERS (with Tracy Letts) which won five 1991 Joseph Jefferson Awards including for Production and Ensemble. Other Chicago credits include Big Game Theatre’s THE SEAGULL and WOMEN AND WATER (both directed by David Cromer), The Organic Theater’s LITTLE CAESAR and Lifeline Theater’s OWNERS. In 1997, Adam moved to Los Angeles where he helped form (and currently serves on the Board of Directors of) the critically acclaimed, award-winning Sacred Fools Theater (www.sacredfools.org). In L.A., he was last seen in the Harold Clurman Lab’s production of WAITING FOR LEFTY in both the 2011 Los Angeles production, and the 2012 limited off-Broadway engagement. Other notable L.A. productions include Sacred Fools’ A POUND OF FLESH, and HEAVEN, and 24th Street Theater’s MAD BOY CHRONICLE. Since his return to Chicago, Adam has appeared as Dr. Watson in City Lit’s HOLMES AND WATSON (2014), and will reprise that role in City Lit’s world premiere adaptation of THE SEVEN PER-CENT SOLUTION in the fall/winter of 2015. He made his Redtwist debut playing several different roles in 2015’s hit THE AMERICAN CLOCK. Adam’s Television credits include EMPIRE, CHICAGO FIRE, VERONICA MARS, PARTY DOWN, SCRUBS, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, EARLY EDITION and BECKER. Film credits include THINGS CHANGE, HOMICIDE, LUCKY YOU, HOUSE OF WAX and GOOD WILL HUNTING. Adam’s voice has been heard in several animated series including DIGIMON DATA SQUAD and BLEACH, and in video games including WORLD OF WARCRAFT (WRATH OF THE LICH KING and CATACLYSM), STARCRAFT II: WINGS OF LIBERTY and L.A. NOIRE (in which players may have thrown him off a roof). Adam is extremely grateful to be counted among the Redtwist Company's membership. He is exclusively represented by Lily’s Talent Agency (www.lilystalent.com). Visit his website which is always under construction (adambitterman.com) and follow him on Twitter @AdamBitterman.
Michael Colucci
Colucci
Michael is the founder and Artistic Director of Redtwist Theatre, and has directed many of the plays here, including BROKEN GLASS, (2012 & 2004) THAT FACE, EQUUS (2010), WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, THREE HOTELS, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES, OTHERWISE ENGAGED, ALL MY SONS, THE LAST YANKEE, and PRAYING SMALL. He has also been seen on stage at Redtwist as Harry Hyman in BROKEN GLASS, Dr. Sweet in BUG, Martin in THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?, George in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, Eddie Carbone in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, and Joe Keller in ALL MY SONS. In addition, Michael has worked at various theatres in Chicago, including Court, Victory Gardens, TimeLine, and American Blues. He is also a member of the Jeff Committee's Artistic and Technical Team.
Abby Dillion
Abby
Abby is so excited to join the Redtwist Family! She most recently appeared in the Redtwist production of THE AMERICAN CLOCK (Doris, Harriet, Lucy). Other theatre credits include RED HERRING (Lynn McCarthy, Attic Playhouse) and A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Ghost of Christmas Present, Young Stars Theatre). Among her favorite film credits are THE WOMAN AT THE WINDOW (Alex, Black Rider Prod.), THE FARM (Claire, Five Dollar Milkshake Prod.) and the LA-based webseries INTROVERTS (Susan, Black Mesa Prod.). Abby graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor's in Theatre and Drama, and she has lived and worked in both Chicago and Los Angeles. When not fulfilling her acting passion, Abby adores reading and can usually be found baking something at home. She would like to thank her friends and family for their love and support, as well as all the amazing people at Redtwist who work so hard to make great theatre! She looks forward to some awesome adventures here!
Matt Edmonds
Edmonds
At Redtwist, Matt has appeared in ALL-AMERICAN (Jeff Award Nomination, best supporting) and THE SIZE OF THE WORLD. Other Chicago credits include: TITANIC (Griffin Theatre, Jeff Award Nomination, Best Musical), THE HAMMER TRINITY (The House Theatre of Chicago), THE LAST FIVE YEARS (Metropolis Performing arts Center), SIGNS OF LIFE (Victory Gardens), and SEUSSICAL (Chicago Shakespeare Theater). Regional credits include: NEXT TO NORMAL (TheatreSquared), and TWELFTH NIGHT (Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival). He's pretty pumped about joining the Redtwist family. For more info, visit www.matt-edmonds.com
Johnny Garcia
Garcia

Johnny is the Development Outreach Coordinator for Redtwist, and has been associated with the company since its itinerant days. He recently appeared in THE AMERICAN CLOCK (only returning cast member from the 2005 production), and ELEMENO PEA (Jeff Recommended). Other credits include Ariel in THE PILLOWMAN (Jeff Recommended), Austin in TRUE WEST, Marco in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, Raul in EXTREMITIES, Good Cop/Bad Cop in the world premiere of PRAYING SMALL, among others. He co-directed THREE HOTELS (Jeff Recommended), and has worked behind the scenes throughout the years on various productions. He was a major force in preparing the theatre for its Grand Reopening. Elsewhere he played Lonigan/Consul in MY SISTER EILEEN at Stage Center Theatre, Northeastern University, Escalus, Prince of Verona, in THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIET, with Two Pence Shakespeare at Evanston Arts Depot, Kenny, in THE ERPINGHAM CAMP with AstonRep Theatre Company. His play, THAT'S F'D UP, will have its world premiere at Redtwist (More Red Production) September 26, 2015.
Jacqueline Grandt
Jacq

Jacqueline has recently performed in GOOD PEOPLE (Jeff recommended) and most recently appeared in the world premieres of ANOTHER BONE (Jeff recommended), GEEZERS (Jeff recommended), ELEMENO PEA (Jeff recommended), and THE BEAUTIFUL DARK. Other credits include Sylvia in BROKEN GLASS (Jeff recommended), Amanda in THE GLASS MENAGERIE, Martha in THAT FACE, Agnes in BUG (Jeff Award for Best Principal Actress), Julia in A DELICATE BALANCE (Jeff recommended), Joy Gresham in SHADOWLANDS (Jeff recommended), Ricky Roma in GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, Merteuil in LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES (Jeff recommended), Leah in THE RIDE DOWN MT. MORGAN, Maureen in THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE, Claire in PROOF, and Sylvia in BROKEN GLASS. (2004). Other favorite roles include Stella in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, Audrey in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS and Roxie Hart in CHICAGO.
Jan Ellen Graves
Graves

Jan is Redtwist's Managing Director, does the advertising and design, oversees the admin and licensing for the theatre, and has appeared in a number of Redtwist shows including ANOTHER BONE, CLYBOURNE PARK (Jeff nomination-ensemble), A BODY OF WATER, THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, MAN FROM NEBRASKA (Jeff Award winner-Best Production) , A DELICATE BALANCE, LETTICE AND LOVAGE, THE RIDE DOWN MOUNT MORGAN, THREE HOTELS, MARVIN'S ROOM, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, DOUBT, EQUUS (Jeff nominated), THE LAST YANKEE, PRAYING SMALL, LIARS & ANGELS, PRAYING SMALL, and ALL MY SONS. She directed the world premieres of GEEZERS as well as AURA, by Tommy Lee Johnston, and Arthur Miller's THE AMERICAN CLOCK at Redtwist. Other favorite Chicagoland acting roles include M’Lynn in STEEL MAGNOLIAS, Kate in THE MIRACLE WORKER, Sister Robert Anne in NUNSENSE I and II, and multiple roles in 10 Light Opera Works shows including Ilona in SHE LOVES ME.
K.C. Karen Hill
KC
KC loves Redtwist's lovely little stage, recent credits at Redtwist are, Jean in GOOD PEOPLE, Carla in PURPLE HEART, RC in Tracy Lett's BUG, Mm. De Volanges in LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES, and Lee in MARVIN'S ROOM. Other Chicago credits include Caliban in THE TEMPEST, Paulina in THE SEAGULL, Egeus in MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, GroundUp Theatre, Lady Capulet in ROMEO AND JULIET, Two Pence Theatre, THE LAST JUDGEMENT, the Martin De Maat festival, Boxer Rebellion Theatre. THE PEEP HOLE, Second City Chicago. ABSOLUTE TURKEY, Kansas City Repertory Theatre and MOJO, Unicorn Theatre of Kansas City. KC has Bachelor's degree in acting from University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Tommy Lee Johnston
TLJ
Tommy Lee last appeared on stage at Redtwist in THE BEAUTIFUL DARK. He has also appeared in BUG, his original Jeff-nominated play AURA as well as MARVIN'S ROOM, FAMILY MALFUNCTION, and the world premiere of PRAYING SMALL with Redtwist/AWT. He's written and performed in LIFE'S TREMORS, TIME FRAME, and GIFTED. He has appeared in episodes of CHICAGO P.D., THE BEAST on A&E, THE ONION and BATTLE GROUND WISCONSIN web series, plus many assorted TV commercials and voice-overs. His newest play, GEEZERS, received it’s world premiere as part of Redtwist's 2013-14 season, and received a Jeff recommendation. GEEZERS, AURA, and GIFTED have all been published by Dramatic Publishing. He is a resident playwright at Redtwist.
Benjamin Kirberber
Ben
Benjamin Kirberger is thrilled to officially join the Redtwist family in 2015 after appearing as Quinn in THE AMERICAN CLOCK. After a couple years away from theatre, Ben returned to acting and directing in Chicago following his graduation from the School at Steppenwolf program in summer of 2014. Prior stage acting credits include FLOYD COLLINS with Boho Theatre, GUYS AND DOLLS, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, and CRAZY FOR YOU with Theatre at the Center, DOOBY DOOBY MOO and DUCK FOR PRESIDENT with Lifeline Theatre, and MY FAIR LADY and PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Light Opera Works. In addition, He performs improv at the iO Theatre(Harold team - LOLA) and on independent team Beowulf(Chicago Improv Festival - 2014, 2015). Ben has also appeared in multiple commercials and films, and has been represented by the wonderful Paonessa Talent Agency since 2010.
Aaron Kirby
Kirby
Aaron Kirby is a proud Redtwist company member, previously appearing in GOOD PEOPLE, THE AMERICAN CLOCK, RED (Jeff Nomination - Actor in a Principal Role), GEEZERS (Jeff Nomination - Actor in a Principal Role), & THE BEAUTIFUL DARK. Recent Chicago credits include: Route 66’s CICADA, the Goodman’s LUNA GALE (U.S.) and A WORK OF ART (Playwright Series), Two Lights Theatre’s THE ALTRUISTS and PLEASANT DREAMS, Collaboraction’s DARK PLAY OR STORIES FOR BOYS (Jeff Award- Actor in a Supporting Role), & the House Theatre’s CYRANO. Internationally he has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and trained at the Moscow Art Theatre School. He has appeared on NBC’s Chicago Fire and Showtime’s Shameless. In addition to Redtwist, Aaron is also a company member of Two Lights Theatre and is represented by the fine folks at Stewart Talent.
E. Malcolm Martinez
MM
Malcolm has served at Redtwist Theatre as co-director of OTHERWISE ENGAGED, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, and WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, assistant director of PROOF and WAITING FOR GODOT, and stage manager of THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE and THE RIDE DOWN MOUNT MORGAN. He has also written and directed for Theatre Under The Influence and Theatre On The Rocks in the great city of Seattle, as well as working in film and video in Milwaukee, Seattle, New Orleans, Los Angeles and Chicago. He is a box office associate at Redtwist.
Dan McNamara
DM
Dan has appeared in Redtwist's LIARS AND ANGELS one-acts, THE AMERICAN CLOCK, ALL MY SONS, PROVING MR. JENNINGS, and OTHERWISE ENGAGED. When not on stage, he can be found in the audience checking out other shows around town.

Peter Oyloe
PO
Peter's recent credits include Paul Clayton in SEARCH: PAUL CLAYTON (Off-Broadway NYC), Hank Williams in HANK WILLIAMS: LOST HIGHWAY (Clarence Brown Theatre), Paul Clayton in SEARCH: PAUL CLAYTON (Martha's Vineyard Playhouse, JUNO (Timeline Theatre), Giorgio in PASSION (Theo Ubique - Jeff Award Best Musical), SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE (Bailiwick/Steppenwolf) as well as a sold out runs as Hank Williams in HANK WILLIAMS: LOST HIGHWAY at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park (LCT Award Best Lead Actor, Musical) and at the Merry Go Round Playhouse in central New York with George Wendt. Other acting credits include Hank Williams in HANK WILLIAMS: LOST HIGHWAY (Filament Theatre Ensemble - Jeff Award Best Lead Actor, Musical); REVERB (Redtwist); Orpheus in EURYDICE (Filament Theatre Ensemble); ELLING (Redtwist Theatre, Jeff Award Nom., Best Actor); Michal in THE PILLOWMAN (Jeff Award, Best Supporting Actor), Alan Strang in EQUUS (Jeff Award, Best Actor), The Phantom in PHANTOM (Porchlight Musical Theatre); CHERRY SMOKE (the side project); BAAL (TUTA), Marius in LES MISERABLES. Film work includes IN LOVE WITH A NUN (Cannes Selection), NBC's CHICAGO PD and others. Peter is an acclaimed composer and folk musician, having composed the scores to the film IN LOVE WITH A NUN, and the plays EQUUS (Jeff Nom. - Best Original Music), and EURYDICE. His new EP entitled "When the Wide World Roars" released late Summer 2015. www.peteroyloe.com
Brian Parry
Brian

Brian’s more recent Redtwist stage appearances include Robertson in THE AMERICAN CLOCK, Rothko in RED, Neil in GEEZERS, Russ/Dan in CLYBOURNE PARK (Best Ensemble Jeff nominee), Moss in A BODY OF WATER, Carl in OPUS (Best Production and Best Ensemble Jeff nominee), and Jorgenson in ELLING. Other Redtwist roles include John in SHINING CITY (Jeff Award, Best Actor in a Supporting Role), Tobias in A DELICATE BALANCE (one of three Redtwist Jeff nominees for Best Production in 2011) and Shelly Levene in the gender-bent GLENGARRY, GLEN ROSS. He was Jeff nominated for his performances in CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, THREE HOTELS, SHADOWLANDS and EQUUS. Elsewhere, he’s been seen on the stages of Promethean, Eclipse, Steep and Lifeline theatres as well as Remy Bumppo, The Goodman, Court, Northlight, Wisdom Bridge, and outdoors at Oak Park, Renaissance Repertory Company and Illinois Shakespeare Festival.
Mary Reynard
MR
Mary directed A BODY OF WATER for Redtwist main stage and the original work, THAT'S F'D UP, for the Redtwist More Red series, as well as BOYS IN THE BASEMENT for 2nd Act Players and A CHAMPIONSHIP LIFE to be performed at The One Theater Festival in NYC.  She is also directing, co-writing and acting in the new Indie Series, 60's REDUX shooting this fall in Chicago, and can be seen as Winnie Thompson in FAMILY VALUES on Amazon Studios. Other recent Chicago directing credits include THE GIN GAME for The Jack Benny Center, THE NERD for Black Fox and MACBETH for Roundhouse at New Rock.  Mary has directed many documentary films including Jerry Brown's campaign film for his Presidential bid, Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute, John Robbins on his groundbreaking books DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA and MAY ALL BE FED and UFO abductees and the Homeless of Chicago. Mary has been directing, acting and coaching in the Chicago area for over 30 years. Favorite acting roles include: Billie Dawn in BORN YESTERDAY,  Medea in MEDEA, Lady Macbeth in MACBETH and Winnie Thompson in FAMILY VALUES. Mary has served as Vocal Coach for many Redtwist productions.
Debra Rodkin
Rodkin

Debra is a long-time member of the acting company. You've seen her here in their acclaimed productions of THE AMERICAN CLOCK (Irene, Fanny), GEEZERS (Jenny), CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN (Eileen), EQUUS (x 2) (Dora), GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (Aaronow) & BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE (Mag), among others. The past couple of seasons have been very busy for Debra, currently onstage at The Athenaeum Theatre in BATTY OLD BIDDIES (Louise), doing her first devised play POINT & SHOOT (Joanne) with Cold Basement, an outstanding production of THE ROSE TATTOO (Assunta) for Shattered Globe Theatre, appearing as Sylvie in the female version of THE ODD COUPLE at the Greenhouse, at the Athenaeum with Eclectic Full Contact Theatre as Audrey in UNSHELVED and with The Raven Theatre as Miss Carrie in VIEUX CARRE. She was the title character in MISS FORTUNE for Lincoln Square Theatre at The Fringe, had the pleasure of doing STEEL MAGNOLIAS (Clairee) for SSP and a successful run of BEAU JEST (Miriam) for Big Noise Theatre. Other favorite roles include Night Blue's CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF (Big Mama), Citadel Theatre's ANOTHER PIECE OF CAKE (Ann), RABBIT HOLE (Nat) for Buffalo Theatre Ensemble and the world premiere of THE BROTHER (Tessie) for Hancock Prods/Film Acres. She has appeared at many area theatres including Victory Gardens, National Jewish, Apple Tree, Eclipse and Stage Left, of which she was a founding member. She was online in a Webisode for HBO's TRUE BLOOD and you may see or hear her in numerous commercials and industrial films.
Kathleen Ruhl
Ruhl
Kathy started acting when her mom enrolled her, as a third grader, in the Davenport, Iowa Children’s Theatre. The theatrical highlight of those years was playing Peter Pan as a junior and senior in high school. After majoring in theatre at Smith College, and a lot of acting at Amherst College, (from Tituba to Maria in TWELFTH NIGHT to ST. JOAN), Kathy came to Chicago in the early days of off-Loop theatre, working often with the Chicago City Players in what is now the Timeline space. She also did Shakespeare at the old outdoor Court Theatre in a courtyard at the University of Chicago and played Sarah Brown in GUYS AND DOLLS for Music Theatre of Hyde Park. (While in Hyde Park, she picked up an MAT in English at the University of Chicago and taught for several years in the Chicago City College system). Marriage, children, and a house in the suburbs brought her to the Actors’ Ensemble, the North Shore Theatre Company, the Highland Park Players, Winnetka Community Theatre, Trinity Theatre, the Piven Workshop, and the Attic Playhouse. During those years, Kathy taught English and Theatre at Regina Dominican High School. She also directed at Regina, at the Wilmette Children’s Theatre, and at the North Shore Theatre Company. She is especially proud of creating a curriculum-based drama program for Central School in Wilmette, and directing most of the productions. When a friend encouraged her to do the non-Equity general auditions after the death of her husband, the latest chapter of Kathy’s acting life began—starting with Clara in HAY FEVER at the indoor Court Theatre. Several roles at Timeline followed, including Rima in DOLLY WEST’S KITCHEN for which she won a non-Equity Jeff Award (actress in a supporting role). Her most recent roles have been at the Piven Theatre (THE CHEKHOV STORIES, BOOK OF DAYS, and IVANOV); at Writer’s Theatre (Berte in HEDDA GABLER); and at her new artistic home at Redtwist, where she most recently performed in GEEZERS, following PURPLE HEART and CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN. In 2001, (after almost ten years) Kathy finished a PhD in English at UIC. Since 1999, her two wonderful daughters, a geriatric psychiatrist and a playwright, have produced six adorable, talented grandchildren and fate has served up a lovely late-life partner, a former high school classmate from Iowa.
Sarah Sapperstein
Sarah
Sarah is delighted to be a company member at Redtwist after appearing in the 2015 production of THE AMERICAN CLOCK and the Dark Red series' 44 WAYS TO END YOUR SEX LIFE. Sarah has appeared in over 45 Chicago-area opera, theatre, and musical theatre projects and premieres since 2005. Originally from Baltimore, she holds a degree in Musical Theatre and Classics/Near Eastern Studies from the University of Redlands in southern California, and a Masters of Liberal Arts from the University of Chicago. She is also proud to serve as VP of Brown Paper Box Theatre Co. in Chicago.
Michael Sherwin
Sherwin
Michael enthusiastically joined the Company Redtwist in 2013. He has performed in THE AMERICAN CLOCK (Henry Taylor, Clayton, Stanislaus), ANOTHER BONE (Frank), HAPPY (Alfred), ELEMENO PEA (Ethan), CLYBOURNE PARK (Jim/Tom), MAN FROM NEBRASKA (Rev. Todd), ELLING (Frank Asli), OPUS (Elliot), and TREATS (Patrick). A Glenview native, Michael attended Eastern New Mexico University (BFA- Acting, BS- Technical Theatre), lived in Phoenix for six years where he honed his craft, tired of the heat, and returned to Chicago in 2004, acting in roles ranging from Hamlet to Patrick Swayze. He looks forward to making magic in his favorite little black box with this incredible group of artists and patrons.
Scott Weinstein
SW
Scott Weinstein is a Chicago-based director and a Redtwist company member. He directed the acclaimed Buzz 22 Chicago production, SHE KILLS MONSTERS, at the Steppenwolf Garage, as well as Griffin Theatre's hit musical, TITANIC, for which he received a Jeff nomination for Best Director. Born and raised in Connecticut, Scott transplanted to Chicago to attend Northwestern University where he earned a degree in Theatre in 2010. Scott was married to actress Caitlin Collins in September, 2014. In addition to being a busy newlywed and free-lance director, Scott is Assistant Director nationwide for the MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET franchise, mounting various MDQs across the country. In the 15-16 season, Scott is the director of THE DRAWER BOY at Redtwist, and RENT at Theo Ubique. Other directing credits include A DOLL'S HOUSE, the Midwest premiere of RESIDUE (Buzz22 Chicago); the world premiere of BARISTAS (New York International Fringe Festival); and the first full productions of MURDER FOR TWO (Adirondack Theatre Festival, Hangar Theatre, 42nd Street Moon). Associate/assistant credits include Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Victory Gardens Theater. Scott is the recipient of a Berkshire Theatre Festival Directing Fellowship and a Stage Directors and Choreographers Observership. He is an associate member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.
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