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Bios 2018

Artistic Director

Previously at the Festival: artistic director since 2011, key member in Festival's $40 million-dollar expansion and overall programming of the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts; as a producer—over eighty productions, including thirty-four productions of Shakespeare, twelve musicals (including Les Misérables, highest grossing musical in Festival history) and over thirty classical and contemporary plays, including world premiere adaptations of Sense and Sensibility, The Tavern, and Neil Labute's How to Fight Loneliness; directed the regional premieres of Shakespeare in Love and Peter and the Starcatcher (highest grossing play in Festival history); Words3 new play program; Bardway, Baby! concert series, and Festival REACH program; twenty-five years as an actor and director

Other Theatres: The Milwaukee Repertory Theatre (resident company member, 1996–2010); Arizona Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company, Northlight Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, PCPA, Skylight Music Theatre, and others

Education: Southern Utah University