Tomorrow Will Be Sunday (working title)
a play about the global economy and why we're born to move

By Heather Raffo
Directed by Jenny Koons

Where are you from? Award winning playwright and performer Heather Raffo’s sweeping new drama explores migration and the global economy on an epic scale. Developed through a McKnight Residency at The Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis, Heather’s smart and suspenseful thriller follows people on the move from around the world, and the invisible strings that tie us together.

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The Ensemble
Equity Guest Artists:
Bill Buell
Laura Crotte
Carol Halstead
Mia Katigbak

And CTC 2020 Conservatory Members:
Julian Abelskamp
Oluwatobiloba Adeyemo
Anthony Adu
Sergio Mauritz Ang
Anya Banerjee
Mary Rose Branick
Jared Canfield
Mazvita Chanakira
Shimali De Silva
Lennox T. Duong
Rodd Farhadi
Nayib Felix
Corneilus Franklin
Marianna Gailus
Andrew Gombas
Monica Ho
Cloteal L. Horne
Michael Karadsheh
Sarah Keyes
Reshma Meister
Dario Ladani Sanchez
Madeline Seidman
Maya Louise Smoot
Tristan Gabriel Turner
Elisabeth Yancey
Lea Zawada

Production Staff
Production Designer: Christopher Ash
Production Stage Manager: Jenny Kennedy
Assistant Stage Manager: Ryan Kane
Directing Fellow: Emily Moler
Sound Supervisor: John Kolbinski

CTC Core Staff
Artistic Director: Andrew Borba
Managing Director: Sarah Clare Corporandy
Marketing & Communications Director: Maggie Wilson
Company Manager: Christine McKay
Production Stage Manager: Jenny Kennedy
Production & Facilities Manager: Sarah Chandler
Artistic Producer: Sarah Elizabeth Wansley
Conservatory Liaison: Stori Ayers
Business Manager: Liz Ellis

Chautauqua Theater Company’s New Play Workshops are generously supported by Roe Green and the Roe Green Foundation.

This is a benefit performance for the Chautauqua Education Program.

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We wish to express our gratitude to the Performers’ Unions:
ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION
SAG-AFTRA
Through Theatre Authority, Inc. for their cooperation in permitting the Artists to appear on this program.

Tomorrow Will Be Sunday (working title) was commissioned and developed with support from the Playwrights’ Center’s McKnight National Residency and Commission Program, Minneapolis, MN. A short play version was commissioned and originally presented by McCarter Theatre Center,Princeton, New Jersey

EVENT HORIZON was originally commissioned through the Forum for Cultural Engagement in partnership with Arena Stage.


Heather Raffo (Playwright)HeatherRaffo
Brooklyn/Michigan

CTC-First Season

Raffo is an award-winning playwright and actress whose work has been seen Off-Broadway, in London, in regional theater, and in film. Writing credits: Noura (Weissberger Award, Helen Hayes Award); 9 Parts of Desire (Lortel Award, Blackburn, Drama League, OCC, Helen Hayes nominations); Fallujah (librettist: NYC Opera, Long Beach Opera). Performing credits: The Profane, Noura (Playwrights Horizons); 9 Parts of Desire (Manhattan Ensemble Theater); Palace of the End (Epic Theater Ensemble); Food and Fadwa (NYTW); In Darfur (The Public); Macbeth (The Acting Co.); Over the River and Through the Woods (Houseman). Regional: 9 Parts of Desire (Arena, Geffen, Kennedy Center, Shakespeare Theater, Traverse, Bush). Film: Vino Veritas, The Surrogate, Funny Face.


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CTC- First Season

Off-Broadway: A Midsummer Night's Dream (The Public Theater, Mobile Unit); A Sucker Emcee (National Black Theatre and LAByrinth Theatre); In This Moment (Pershing Square Signature Center). Regional Theatre: Now Becomes Then (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Men on Boats (Baltimore Center Stage); Between Us: Deck of Cards (Denver Center Theatre Company); Burn All Night (American Repertory Theater). Other Theatre: Blue Man Group SPEECHLESS National Tour; The Tempest (The Juilliard School); Instant SPKRBOX (SPKRBOX Festival Norway); Gimme Shelter (Toronto PanAm Games Cultural Festival).

Equity Guest Artists

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No hometown, I was a Foreign Service brat.
Actor
CTC: First Season

Broadway: Ink, Cyrano, Equus, The History Boys, Inherit the Wind, Urinetown, 42nd Street, Titanic, Tommy, Taking Steps, Big River, Annie, Once a Catholic, The First, Welcome to the Club, The Miser, and Anna Karenina. Off-Broadway: The Fourth Sister, Eight Days Backwards, Andorra, Waste, Bad Habits, Queens Boulevard,  Rancho Viejo, Kin, On the Bum, Picasso at the Lapine Agile, The Common Pursuit, The Mysteries, The False Servant La Brea, Tumacho. With The Public’s Shakespeare in the Park: Tartuffe, The Winter’s Tale,Twelfth Night.  Film: 7 Seconds, Sneaky Pete, God's Pocket, Across the Universe, Spy Game, Welcome to the Dollhouse, The Love Letter, Requiem for a Dream, Quiz Show, Palindromes, Kinsey, Dark Water, The Box, Wind TV: Boardwalk Empire, 30 Rock, Blue Bloods, The Bronx Is Burning, John Adams, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Jamie Kennedy Experience, Law & Order, Ed.


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Chicago, IL
Actor
CTC: First Season

Regional: La Ruta (Steppenwolf Theatre); Yasmina's Necklace, Pedro Paramo, The Sins of Sor Juana, Esperanza Rising, Mariela in the Dessert, Electricidad, Al Son (Goodman Theatre);  Yasmina's Necklace, Into the Beautiful North (16th Street); On the Wings of Mariposa (First Stage); The Sins of Sor Juana, Blind Mouth Singing, Another Part of the House (Teatrovista). International: Pedro Paramo (Theatre Outremont/Montreal), La Casa de Bernarda Alba (Aguijón Theater, Peru/Argentina); Cuartet (Publik Teatro/ La Havana, Cuba). Film: The Startled Faction (Berlinale), Mayday, Out of Love, Alquimia (CLFF). 2019 3Arts "Make a Wave" awardee. Dramatic Literature and Theatre UNAM, Mexico City.


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New York, NY
Actor
CTC: Fourteenth Season

CTC: Into The Breeches, Noises Off, Our Town, You Can't Take it with You, Reckless and others. She is currently on pandemic pause from the National Tour of CS Lewis’s The Great Divorce. Broadway: Gore Vidal’s The Best Man. Off-Broadway: The Duchess of Malfi, Pericles (Red Bull); Walking Down Broadway (The Mint); Easter Candy, Urgent Fury (Cherry Lane); The Mask (The Clurman). Recent Regional includes: Pride & Prejudice (Santa Cruz Shakespeare); The Doll’s House, Part 2 (Maltz Jupiter Theater): Native Gardens (Florida Repertory Theatre); Buried Child, Richard III (STNJ); Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike (Portland Center Stage); Clybourne Park (Barrington Stage ); Good People (The Old Globe); August: Osage County (Fulton Theatre); God of Carnage (Hudson Stage). Most Recent TV: Madame Secretary, Elementary. @carol_halstead


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New York, NY
Actor
CTC: First Season

Off-Broadway: The Headlands (LCT3); Recent Alien Abductions (PlayCo); Henry VI: Shakespeare's Trilogy in Two Parts (NAATCO); Trial of the Catonsville Nine (Transport Group); Scenes From a Marriage (NYTW); Dear Elizabeth (Women’s Project); Awake and Sing! (NAATCO, Obie Award); The Good Person of Szechwan (Public/Foundry); I’ll Never Love Again (Bushwick Starr). Other Off-Broadway: New Georges, Soho Rep, Clubbed Thumb, Target Margin, Ma-yi.  Regional: Long Wharf, Yale Rep, Humana Festival, Two River Theater, Berkeley Rep, Guthrie. Film: I Smile Back, Clutter. TV: How to Get Away With Murder, The Sinner, Chicago P.D., Mysteries of Laura. Awards: Special Drama Desk Award 2019; Actors’ Equity Foundation’s St. Clair Bayfield Award; 2017 Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship for Distinguished Achievement; Otto René Castillo Award for Political Theater; Lilly Award for Trailblazing. Artistic Producing Director/Co-Founder of NAATCO. BA, Barnard College; MA, Columbia University.

Cast

Julian Abelskamp | CTC: First Season
Santa Cruz, CA

Regional: Faded: A Calypso, Taiga in the Berkshires, In Search Of, A Legendary Romance (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Measure for Measure (Toms River Shakespeare). Educational: Three Sisters, Measure for Measure, The Clooney Loss, Forty Days and Forty Nights (Columbia University); The Love of the Nightingale, A Perfect Wedding (Atlantic Acting School). Training: MFA candidate, Columbia University ('21), Atlantic Acting School.


Oluwatobiloba Adeyemo | CTC: First Season
PG County, Maryland

Juilliard: Two Gentlemen of Verona, Dance Nation, La Cocina, Gint, Julius Caesar, and Three Sisters.


Anthony Adu | CTC: First Season
Accra, Ghana

Regional: Love’s Labour’s Lost, Cyrano de Bergerac (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); DragON, The Christians (Denver Center Theatre Company); Tartuffe, The Electric Baby (Arvada Center); Porgy and Bess (Aurora Fox); The Merchant of Venice (LOCAL Theatre Lab). Film: Awake (Three Avenue Productions). Educational: Everybody Black, The Jefferson Middle School Monthly, Incendiary (reading), Orestes 2.0, Elektra. MFA Candidate: University of California, San Diego. BA: University of Denver.


Sergio Mauritz Ang | CTC: First Season
Queens, NY

New York: Joker (National Queer Theater); Anna in the Tropics (Gallery Players); Summertime (Between Two Boroughs). Regional: Julius Caesar, Ragtime (PlayMakers Rep); Peter and the Starcatcher (Kitchen Theatre Company); Bruise and Thorn (PlayPenn); Mañanas de Abril y Mayo (Connecticut Free Shakespeare). MFA Candidate: UNC Chapel Hill/PlayMakers Rep. BFA: Brooklyn College. www.sergiomauritzang.com


Anya Banerjee | CTC: First Season
Auckland, New Zealand

Off-Broadway: Kill Hamlet (Signature Theatre). Regional: Twelfth Night (The Classical Theatre of Harlem). NY/International: Apologies to the Bengali Lady (The Tank/Edinburgh Fringe), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (The Actor's Program, NZ). Educational: Where Do We Live?, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Richard III (Columbia University). Columbia MFA Acting Class of 2020.


Mary Rose Branick | CTC: First Season
Corte Madera, CA

Regional: The Coast Starlight (La Jolla Playhouse, understudy). Educational: How to Defend Yourself (World Premiere), Shame Spiral (World Premiere), Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again., Mother Courage and Her Children, Life is a Dream, What of the Night (UC San Diego). BA from Willamette University; MFA from UC San Diego.


Jared Canfield | CTC: First Season
Naperville, IL

New York: The Trial of Faith (New York Theatre Festival). Regional: Melissa Arctic (The Road Theatre Company). Educational: Uncle Vanya, Macbeth, The Little Foxes, American Soil/The Watermelon Eating Contest (NYU). TV: Extant, Scandal, Chicago Med, The Adult Swim Golf Classic, All My Children. MFA: NYU Grad Acting; BA: Emerson College, Writing & Literature.


Mazvita Chanakira | CTC: First Season
Harare, Zimbabwe

New York & International: Citizens Defeated (Epidaurus Ancient Stadium), Don’t You Worry Child-Devised (The Edge, South Africa), Marie Antoinette (Theatre Row), Blood Wedding (Seaport Museum), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Drama League), Much Ado About Nothing (The Hive NYC), Lysistrata (3-Legged Dog). Pace University: Polaroid Stories; The Merchant Of Venice; The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot. Film/TV: The Luckiest Guys on the Lower East Side (Amazon Prime Video), Gap Year (JAG Creative Media). BFA Acting from Pace University School of the Arts with a Minor in Film and Screen Studies; MFA Acting from Columbia University (expected graduation May 2022). Patricia Apergi -Movement (Aerites Dance Company, Epidaurus Greece), École Philippe Gaulier-Le Jeu and Clown Summer Master Class (Étampes, France), Royal Academy of Dramatic Art-Shakespeare Summer School.


Shimali De Silva | CTC: First Season
Colombo, Sri Lanka

Regional: SiX: The Musical (original Edinburgh Fringe Cast). Rising Second Year Actor at the Yale School of Drama; First Class B.A. Hons. in English, University of Cambridge.


Lennox T. Duong | CTC: First Season
Fresno, CA

Regional: Love's Labour's Lost, Julius Caesar (Kingsmen Shakespeare Company). Community: Shadowlands, A Flea in Her Ear (Good Company Players), Les Miserables (Stageworks Fresno), References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (Fresno Soap, Co). Educational: Three Sisters, Romeo and Juliet, Gint, La Cocina, Dance Nation (The Juilliard School); The Two Gentlemen of Verona, A Particle of Dread, Passion Play: Parts 1 and 2, Heathers: The Musical, Othello (CSU, Fresno); Mulan and the Battle on Black Mountain, Still Life With Iris, Avenue Q, Year Zero (Fresno City College). Third year graduate student at The Juilliard School.


Nayib Felix | CTC: First Season
Manchester, PA

Regional: Angels in America pts. 1 & 2 u/s, Evocation to a Visible Appearance, You Across From Me, A Christmas Carol, Six, Bronies (Actors Theater of Louisville); Northbound (TTNC). Educational: Julius Caesar, King Lear (Penn State). Film: An American Pickle. TV: Jessica Jones.


Rodd Farhadi | CTC: First Season
Los Gatos, CA

Regional: Mamma Mia! (The Hollywood Bowl), Jeannette (Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center), My Real Mother (NYMF/The Signature Theatre), Migration Play (McCarter Theatre Center), Cabaret (La Mirada Theatre), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (The Argyle Theatre). Television: Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Education: UCLA B.A. Theatre. Just completed his first year at The Juilliard School for an M.F.A. in Acting. www.roddfarhadi.com @roddfarhadi


Corneilus Franklin | CTC: First Season

Corneilus Franklin is a 3rd year MFA Acting student at UCSD. The South Carolinian started his artistry as a cellist with an Artist diploma from the SCGSAH and then later received a BFA in drama from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Selected credits: Put Your House in Order (La Jolla Playhouse); Ironbound (UCSD Wagner); Balm in Gilead (UCSD Forum); The Gradient (UCSD Shank); Everybody Black (UCSD Potiker); Measure for Measure, The Tempest (Shakespeare Academy at Stratford); No One Asked Me (Soho Playhouse); You Don’t Matter (NY Fringe Festival); Secret Bonds (NYU Experimental Theater Wing), The NYU Reality Show (Beacon Theater/Radio City Music Hall); Sweeney Todd (NYU New Studio on Broadway); Out Cry (NYU Tisch), Spring Awakening (NYU Tisch Mainstage).


Marianna Gailus | CTC: First Season
New York City, NY

NYC: Julius Caesar (The Acting Company/Juilliard); Period Sisters (HERE Art Center). Educational: Three Sisters, Gint, Bus Stop, Two Gentlemen of Verona (Juilliard); Angels in America, How I Learned To Drive, Twelfth Night, A Chorus Line, Taming of the Shrew (Yale University). MFA Candidate: The Juilliard School, Group 51. BA: History, Yale University.


Andrew Gombas | CTC: First Season
Providence, RI

Regional: Sweat (Trinity Rep); Macbeth, Summer and Smoke (Brown/Trinity Rep); Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, Two Gentlemen of Verona (Bryant Park Shakespeare); Measure for Measure (Michael Chekhov Theater Festival); The Revisionist, COCK, A Civil War Christmas (Dobama Theatre); Seminar (Beck Center for the Arts); Iphigenia 2.0 (Cleveland Public Theater); Cymbeline (Ohio Shakespeare Company). Education: Oberlin College, BA in Narrative Arts; Brown/Trinity Repertory Company MFA Actor ‘21.


Monica Ho | CTC: First Season
San Jose, CA

Regional: Top Girls (American Conservatory Theatre), The Good Person of Szechuan (Calshakes), Noises Off (SF Playhouse), The Taming of the Shrew (SF Shakespeare Festival), In Love and Warcraft (Custom Made Theatre), Don Quixote (Marin Shakes), Crane (Ferocious Lotus), and Shiner (Faultline Theatre). Awards: 2016 Critics Circle Award for Best Actress for In Love and Warcraft. Education: Foothill Theatre Conservatory; UC Berkeley; American Conservatory Theatre (MFA).


Cloteal L. Horne | CTC: First Season
San Diego, CA

Off-Broadway: The Steadfast (Slant Theatre Project); Dirty Blood (Billie Holiday Theatre); She A Gem (NYTW). Regional: Black Odyssey (Trinity Rep); Saturday Night/Sunday Morning (Lyric Stage Company, Elliot Norton Nominee); To Kill A Mockingbird (Weston Playhouse); A Funny Thing Happened… (BarnStormers); The Clothesline Muse (Aion Productions); How We Got On (CompanyOne, Elliot Norton Nominee); The Gift Horse, Romeo & Juliet (New Repertory Theatre); Othello (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); BlueShift (Huntington Theatre Company). Brown/Trinity Rep: Comedia De Equivocaciones, VENUS, Two Gents., Merchant of Venice, Comedy of Errors, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Christmas at Premebly. Education: BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University; Brown University/Trinity Rep. MFA Acting Program.


Michael Karadsheh | CTC: First Season
Holland, MI

New York: The Most Oppressed of All (Target Margin Theater). Educational: Three Sisters, Where Do We Live (Columbia University); green: an elegy to summer, Spring Awakening, Urinetown, The Cherry Orchard, Tick, Tick, Boom (Macalester College Theatre). Film: Internet Panic (Columbia Film), A Confession to Our Local Whole Foods (Macalester Film). Education: Columbia University MFA Acting (3rd Year).


Sarah Keyes | CTC: First Season
Louisville, KY

Off-Broadway: The Skin of Our Teeth (TFANA); Usual Girls (EST Bloodworks); Horse Girls (Ars Nova Ant Fest); The Mysteries (The Flea). Select Regional: Julius Caesar, Ragtime, Native Son, Life of Galileo, Sense & Sensibility (PlayMakers); Hair (Parallel 45); Measure for Measure (Scranton Shakespeare); Dracula (Actors Theatre of Louisville). Film: Boy Code (Cannes Film Festival). MFA in Acting from UNC Chapel Hill; BA from Fordham University Lincoln Center.


Reshma Meister | CTC: First Season
Fresno, CA

UC Irvine: Penelopiad, Macbeth, Book of Will.

Fresno State: A Streetcar Named Desire, Passion Play, The Maids.


Dario Ladani Sanchez | CTC: First Season
Washington, DC

New York: Juliet and Romeo (The Brick), a wake for david's fucked-up face (Sam French OOB Festival winner). International: Una storia di fantasma, La storia di colapesce (Trinacria Theatre Company, Sicily). Regional: Hand to God (Speakeasy Stage): Welcome to Arroyo's (Circuit Theater); Sh!t-Faced Shakespeare (Magnificent Bastards); Latinos Who Look Like Ricky Martin, The Swallow and the Tomcat (Yale Verano Cabaret); Rock, Egg, Spoon (workshop, Two River Theatre); alone above a raging sea (reading, Huntington Theatre). Education: Yale School of Drama, MFA in Acting; British American Drama Academy, Midsummer Conservatory; Northeastern University, BA in Communication Studies.


Madeline Seidman | CTC: Second Season
New Haven, CT

CTC: The Christians, One Man, Two Guvnors, How the Light Gets In. Educational: Fun Home, Hamlet, Mr. Burns, The Shift, Pivot, Lenny's Fast Food Kids Gang (Yale Drama); Circle Mirror Transformation, Uncle Vanya (Williams College). Readings: New York Theatre Workshop, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Clubbed Thumb. MFA Candidate: Yale School of Drama '22.


Maya Louise Smoot | CTC: First Season
Sonoma, CA

Regional: The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale (New Swan Shakespeare Festival); Mad Madge (Counterbalance Theater); The Precious Damsels (Troupe Theatre SF). Educational: Hoodoo Love, Three Sisters, The Refugee Hotel, The Survival Project, The Penelopiad, Othello, Seminar, Detroit ’67 (UC Irvine); Much Ado About Nothing, Translations, Sofa Sin Casa, Measure for Measure (San Francisco State). Received Department Honoree at SF State with BA in Drama;MFA in Acting from UC Irvine.


Tristan Gabriel Turner | CTC: First Season
Henderson, NV

Regional: Twelfth Night, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Utah Shakespeare Festival); A Midsummer Night's Dream, A Winter's Tale (New Swan Shakespeare Festival). Educational: Legally Blonde, Three Sisters, Company, How to Fight Loneliness, Seminar (UC Irvine). The Piano Lesson (University of Northern Colorado). Film: Bum One (Short).

BA in Theatre Arts, University of Northern Colorado; MFA in Acting, UC Irvine.


Elisabeth Yancey | CTC: First Season
Nashville, TN

Regional: Into the Breeches, Clue (Cleveland Play House); Tame That B!#@H (St. Louis Shakespeare Festival); Romeo and Juliet, Little Women (Oberlin Summer Theatre Festival); Hay Fever, Orlando, The Clearing, Dancing at Lughnasa (Wellesley Repertory Theater). Elisabeth’s training includes an MFA in Acting from the Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House MFA Acting Program; BA in Theatre Studies from Wellesley College; certificate in Classical Acting from the LAMDA; certificate of literature from Cambridge University.


Lea Zawada | CTC: First Season
Portland, OR

Regional: Fifth of July (Profile Theater); Helen and Hecuba, The Marriage Proposal (Stanford Repertory Theater). Educational: The Watermelon Eating Contest, The Little Foxes, Antony and Cleopatra, Uncle Vanya (NYU); Miss Julie, The Tempest, Top Girls, Far Away (Stanford). TV: The Librarians, Leverage. MFA Candidate: Tisch, NYU Grad Acting; BA: Stanford University.

Production Team

Christopher Ash

Christopher Ash is an international designer and filmmaker working primarily in the theatre for nearly two decades. A Philadelphia resident since 2015, he began his career in Chicago and Los Angeles and then went to New Haven to complete his master’s degree in scenic design from the Yale School of Drama. His scenic, lighting, and projection design work in opera, theatre, and dance have been presented in a dozen countries in a variety of venues ranging from Broadway to five thousand seat arenas to store fronts. His designs have received several awards and nominations. Notable productions include Broadway’s Sunday At The Park With George, and St. Joan, The Metropolitan Opera’s upcoming productions of Dead Man Walking and Don Giovani with Director Ivo van Hove, and Body Language, a dance / video installation in collaboration with David Bolger and Cois Ceim Dance first presented at the Royal Hibernian Gallery in Dublin, Ireland.  www.christopherash.com


Jenny Kennedy
Brooklyn, NY
Production Stage Manager
CTC: Fourteenth Season

CTC: One Man, Two Guvnors; Into the Breeches!; An Octoroon; Romeo & Juliet; Noises Off; Taming of the Shrew; In The Next Room (or The Vibrator Play); Henry V; Our Town; Go West!; The Comedy of Errors; Three Sisters; The Winter’s Tale; Arcadia; Reckless; Much Ado About Nothing; The Just; Ah, Wilderness!. Broadway: The King & I, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Red. Off-Broadway: Heroes of the Fourth Turning, The Thanksgiving Play (Playwrights Horizons); We Are The Tigers (Theatre 80); In The Body Of The World (MTC); Office Hour (The Public); Villa (PlayCo); Anna Karenina: a riff (Notch Theatre); The Wedge Horse (Fault Line Theatre); A Minister's Wife, When I Come To Die (Lincoln Center Theater); Mr. & Mrs. Fitch (Second Stage Theatre). Regional: Trans Scripts, In The Body Of The World (ART); The Lion In Winter (Two River Theater). Artistic Associate with Fault Line Theatre.


Ryan Kane
Frederick, MD
Assistant Stage Manager

CTC: First SeasonOff-Broadway: Selling Kabul, The Thin Place, Heroes of the Fourth Turning (Playwrights Horizons). Regional: The Niceties, A Guide for the Homesick (Huntington Theatre Company); Support Group for Men, Thirst, The House on the Hill, The Wedding Gift (Contemporary American Theatre Festival). Ballet: Romeo and Juliet, Parts in Suite (Boston Ballet). BFA Stage & Production Management from Emerson College.


Emily Moler
Westford, MA
Directing Fellow
CTC: First Season

Regional: And We're Live, Coffee Break, The Patriot, MINUTES_12/2/08.doc (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Guarding (The PIT); Chamber Music (Self-produced, featuring an updated script created in collaboration with Arthur Kopit); Untitled American Flag Craft Project and Good Cry (The Brick); The Troll King (Pipeline Theatre Company). Educational: Ironbound (UCSD). Recent assistant and associate directing credits include The Thin Place (Les Waters), How to Defend Yourself (Marti Lyons), Pipeline (Steve H. Broadnax III), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Meredith McDonough), Peace for Mary Frances (Lila Neugebauer). Moler has developed new work with Joe's Pub, Night Vale Presents, The Bushwick Starr, Ars Nova, Heartbeat Opera, 3-Legged Dog, The Duplex, and Dixon Place. Emily is a graduate of Skidmore College where she earned her BS in Directing.


John Kolbinski
Hopewell Junction, NY - currently, Philadelphia, PA
Sound Supervisor
CTC: 4th Season

CTC: The Christians, One Man Two Guvnors, A Midsummer Night's Dream, How The Light Gets In, On the Exhale, Agent 355, An Octoroon, Airness, Into the Breeches, As You Like it, Untitled Russia Play, Jump, The Amish Project, Noises Off, Detroit '67, R&J, Birthday Candles, Building the Wall. Regional: The Winter Wonderettes (Hampton Arts, The American Theatre); Popcorn Falls, Civil War Voices, The Winter Wonderettes, Baskerville, Souvenir, The Gift, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, Always…Patsy Cline (Walnut); The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare in Clark Park); Basic Witches (Robert Hager); Behold Her (FringeArts/Half Key Theatre Co); Mort (New Paradise Laboratories); Every Brilliant Thing (Arden). Audio Engineer at Arden Theatre Company, InterAct Theatre Company and Chautauqua Theater Company. Sound Systems Designer, InterAct’s Drake Theater.