Director—Much Ado about Nothing

Previously at the Festival: currently artistic director; as an actor—over forty-five productions, nineteen seasons, including Salieri in Amadeus and many others; as a director—Cyrano de Bergerac, 2008, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), 2009, Romeo and Juliet, 2011, Twelve Angry Men, 2013, Twelfth Night, 2014, Charley’s Aunt, 2015

Other Theatres: director—The Cocoanuts (2015), The Guthrie Theatre; west coast premiere of One Man, Two Guvnors (2015), Berkeley Rep; South Coast Rep; Pioneer Theatre Company; world premiere of The Cocoanuts (2014), The Taming of the Shrew (2013), Oregon Shakespeare Festival; resident company member—Denver Center Theatre Company (actor and director, ten seasons), the Alabama and Idaho Shakespeare festivals, Portland Center Stage, Portland Repertory Theatre, ACT, Seattle Repertory Theatre

Awards: Festival’s Michael and Jan Finlayson Award, 1996

Teaching Credits: guest artist, faculty, director at universities and conservatories, including Southern Oregon University, University of Michigan, National Theatre Conservatory

Education: B.F.A., acting, Southern Oregon University; M.F.A., acting, University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theatre

Professional Affiliations: AEA, SDC