(Louise Schmitt)

Off-Broadway: Chair (Lortel nom.), The Broken Heart, Macbeth (TFANA); Electra in An Oresteia (Drama League nom.), Orlando (CSC). Regional: The Danish Widow by John Patrick Shanley (NYS&F); The Importance of Being Earnest opposite Lynn Redgrave, The Miracle Worker (Paper Mill Playhouse); Romeo and Juliet (A.R.T.). London: Carver directed by William Gaskill (Arcola Theatre). Recent TV: recurring on “Chicago Fire,” “The Following,” “Unforgettable,” “Lights Out”; “The Good Wife,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Person of Interest,” “The Blacklist” and “Homeland.” Upcoming: Baz Luhrmann’s “The Get Down.” Training: RADA. Thank you, Mr. Collins.


(Jim Quinn)

First gained recognition for his work on Showtime’s Emmy and SAG Award-winning “Homeland.” He subsequently played Tom Cooper in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Other films include Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children; One and Two; The Adderall Diaries; Love the Coopers; and the upcoming Hot Summer Nights and Miss Stevens. He is a graduate of the LaGuardia High School for Performing Arts in New York. Special thanks to Todd Susman, Sandy Faison and Harry Shifman.


(Alan Hoffman)

Broadway: The Invention of Love (Tony Award); Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Tony nomination); Born Yesterday; The Violet Hour; The Music Man; The Iceman Cometh; Arcadia; Candida (Tony nomination); Philadelphia, Here I Come!; The Speed of Darkness; Breaking the Code; Brighton Beach Memoirs. Off-Broadway: Fifth of July, You Never Can Tell, The Great Unwashed, The Beach House, When She Danced. Regional theatre: King Lear, Pygmalion, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, The Glass Menagerie, Camelot, Dead End. London: Our Town (Shaftesbury Theatre), To Kill a Mockingbird (Barbican). Here’s to Nicky Martin—the magic man.


(Carl Schmitt)

Theatre: Doubt (opposite Cherry Jones, national Broadway tour, dir. Doug Hughes); Salome (Broadway, dir. Estelle Parsons); Defiance (MTC, dir. Doug Hughes); Dirty Story (Labyrinth, dir. John Patrick Shanley); Where’s My Money? (MTC, dir. John Patrick Shanley); Flesh and Blood (NYTW, dir. Doug Hughes); In Arabia We’d All Be Kings (Labyrinth, dir. Philip Seymour Hoffman); The Long Red Road (opposite Tom Hardy, Goodman Theatre, dir. Philip Seymour Hoffman). Film and TV include Lawless, Seeds, “Mad Men,” “Casual,” “American Horror Story,” “Elementary,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Monk” and “24,” among others. Member of Labyrinth Theater Company and The Actors Studio.



MTC debut! New York: Upon a Star (Wild Project, also written by), Stringing Pearls (Shakespeare in the Square). Various developmental workshops and readings including LAByrinth’s NYNY Festival and Blue Man Group’s EMO Project. Film: Cruise, Night Bell. B.F.A., NYU Tisch.


(Playwright and Director)

Plays include Outside Mullingar (Tony nomination), Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Savage in Limbo, Four Dogs and a Bone, Dirty Story and Beggars in the House of Plenty. For Doubt, he received both the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Film: wrote and directed Doubt, with Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viola Davis, which was nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Adapted Screenplay, and Joe Versus The Volcano. Other films include Five Corners (Special Jury Prize, Barcelona Film Festival), Alive and “Live From Baghdad” for HBO (Emmy nomination). For Moonstruck, he received both the Writers Guild of America Award and the Academy Award for best original screenplay. In 2009, The WGA awarded Mr. Shanley the Ian McLellan Hunter Award for Lifetime Achievement In Writing.


(Scenic Design)

Is a designer for theatre, film, dance and opera. He has received three Tony Awards and the Merritt Award for Excellence in Design and Collaboration in 2002, was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame in 2004 and received the Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for the Arts in 2006, the Robert L.B. Tobin Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2007 and the Gaudium Award in 2013.


(Costume Design)

Has designed costumes for Broadway (recently Disgraced), Off-Broadway (recently at Lincoln Center, Domesticated, Dada Woof Papa Hot). She was awarded an Obie for Sustained Excellence. Plays for MTC include Ripcord; Rabbit Hole; Wit; and Come Back, Little Sheba. She has designed for film and television: “The Slap,” Unforgettable, “Under the Dome,” “Law & Order” (Emmy nomination), Pippa Lee, Mystic Pizza, Lean on Me and I’m Not Rappaport.


(Lighting Design)

Is thrilled to be working at Manhattan Theatre Club again. Recent Broadway credits include An American in Paris (Tony Award), Skylight, The Glass Menagerie (Tony Award), Aladdin, Once (Tony Award), Motown, Follies, The Coast of Utopia: Salvage (Tony Award), Aida (Tony Award), Twelfth Night and Beauty and the Beast. She has designed lighting for dance, opera, concerts, regional theatres, Off-Broadway, Las Vegas, TV and permanent installations.


(Sound Design)

Broadway: Our Mother’s Brief Affair, Airline Highway, It’s Only a Play, Act of God, The Other Place (MTC), I’ll Eat You Last…, Outside Mullingar (MTC), Casa Valentina (MTC). 2010 Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk awards for When the Rain Stops Falling (LCT) and 2011 nominee for The Other Place (MCC), prior to its Broadway run at MTC. Symphony: The Holy Land. Founder of Chance, a new theatre design magazine.


(Original Music)

is the recipient of 12 Grammy Awards. He is an inductee of the Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame. His song “Mrs. Robinson,” from the film The Graduate, was named in the top ten of the American Film Institute’s 100 Years, 100 Songs. Simon was a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, was named one of Time Magazine’s “100 People Who Shape Our World” and was awarded the inaugural Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.


(Dialect Coach)

Broadway: The Snow Geese, The Columnist, Good People, Absurd Person Singular, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Off-Broadway: Ruined, The American Pilot, Defiance (MTC); Night is a Room, The Liquid Plain, And I and Silence, The Wayside Motor Inn (Signature); Blasted (Soho Rep); An Intervention (Williamstown). Film: Shame; Julie and Julia; An Education; Talk to Me; The Song Catcher; O Brother, Where Art Thou; Requiem for a Dream. TV: “Forever,” “Mr. Selfridge,” “Shameless,” “Mildred Pierce,” “The Closer.”



Upcoming Broadway: Blackbird. Recent and select Broadway/Off-Broadway: Fish in the Dark, It’s Only a Play, Airline Highway, Disgraced, Sex with Strangers, Ripcord, Lost Lake, The Country House, Casa Valentina, Holler if Ya Hear Me, The Trip to Bountiful, Fences. Also: MTC, Second Stage, Atlantic, LCT3, Ars Nova, Old Globe, Goodman, Arena, McCarter and others. Film/television: “American Odyssey” (NBC), “How to Get Away With Murder” pilot (ABC), “Ironside” pilot (NBC), “Steel Magnolias” (Sony for Lifetime).


(Production Stage Manager)

At MTC: Fool for Love, Choir Boy, That Face, Humor Abuse, Back Back Back, Regrets Only, Shining City. Broadway/tour: Fool for Love (Friedman), The Country Girl (Jacobs), The Seafarer (Booth), Shining City (Biltmore), Brooklyn (1st national). Off-Broadway: Playwrights Horizons, Atlantic Theater Company, Roundabout, Second Stage, Signature Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Soho Rep, The Public, more. Kyle is a proud member of Actors’ Equity and husband to the amazing Guðbjörg. Thank you Colleen & Jenn.


(Assistant Stage Manager)

Broadway: Fool for Love, A Streetcar Named Desire, Fela! Off-Broadway: Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, Classic Stage, Signature, Primary Stages, Atlantic, Second Stage Uptown, MCC, York Theatre, Clubbed Thumb. Other New York: Juilliard, BC/EFA & 52nd Street Project volunteer. Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Chester Theatre, Stonington Opera House. Cheers to Kyle & Jenn. Love & gratitude to Damian, Mom, Dad & Laura.

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