Associate Artists

Associate Artists are integral members of the Barrington Stage Company theatre family who have made extraordinary contributions to the theatre. They have helped the theatre accomplish its mission, both by collaborating on top-notch work at BSC and by fostering a close relationship with the community. Associate Artists are part of the artistic team and help by suggesting plays and musicals to be produced, by developing new work on both the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage and St. Germain Stage and by consulting with the Artistic Director on various projects, both artistic and educational. This award was established in 2010 and the inaugural artists were composer/lyricist William Finn, actor/director Christopher Innvar and playwright Mark St. Germain.

Joshua Bergasse


BSC: The Royal Family of Broadway, The Pirates of Penzance (Berkshire Theatre Award), On The Town, Guys and Dolls, Carousel, World Goes Round, West Side Story (2007). Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, On the Town (TONY, Drama Desk, OCC noms; Astaire Award), Gigi. Off Broadway: Sweet Charity (Chita Rivera Award; Lortel nom.); Cagney (Drama Desk, OCC, Astaire Noms; Callaway Finalist); Bomb-itty of Errors; Captain Louie. Encores!: The Golden Apple, Little Me, It’s A Bird…It’s A Plane… It’s Superman!. As Dir/Choreo: Hazel (Drury Lane), West Side Story (NCT). Television: Smash (NBCEMMY Award), So You Think You Can Dance (FOX), A Capitol Fourth (PBS), Jessica Jones (Netflix), Sinatra: A Voice for a Century (PBS).

Joe Calarco


BSC: Into the Woods; A Doll’s House, Part 2; Ragtime; Kiss Me Kate; Breaking the Code; Romance in Hard Times; The Burnt Part Boys; The Mysteries of Harris Burdick (book writer); The Memory Show. New York: Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Primary Stages, Lincoln Center. Other regional: Signature Theatre, The Old Globe, The Kennedy Center and many more. He has been nominated for two Drama Desk Awards, the Jeff Award, the Evening Standard Award and won a Lucille Lortel Award, two Barrymore Awards and four Helen Hayes Awards. His published works as a playwright include Walter Cronkite is Dead, In the Absence of Spring and Shakespeare’s R&J. He sits on the Executive Board of SDC and is Director of New Works/Resident Director at Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia.

Jennifer Caprio

Costume Designer

BSC: Into the Woods; A Doll’s House, Part 2; Taking Steps; Breaking the Code; …Spelling Bee; On the Town; Butler; Lost in Yonkers. Broadway: Falsettos, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. West End: The Lion (St. James). National/International Tours: Falsettos, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Lion, …Spelling Bee, Kaleidoscope on Celebrity Cruise Line. NYC/Off Broadway: Call Me Madam (Encores!), Sakina’s Restaurant, Proof of Love (Audible/Minetta Lane), Little Miss Sunshine, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Second Stage); Roundabout; Primary Stages; Cherry Lane; La MaMa; ETC; Ensemble Studio Theatre. Over 150 productions in LORT theatres including: The Kennedy Center, Guthrie Theater, Center Theatre Group, La Jolla Playhouse, Alley Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, Williamstown Theatre Festival. TV: Sesame Street (Seasons 47–51) 2019 Daytime Emmy™ Nomination: Sesame Street Season 48. Instagram @jencapriocostumedesign

Darren R. Cohen

Musical Director

Darren R. Cohen has music directed 17 productions at Barrington Stage including: Cabaret, Mack & Mabel, Sweeney Todd, Follies, Pirates of Penzance, Ragtime, Company, West Side Story and Into the Woods. Broadway/Off Broadway: A Chorus Line, Chicago, Fosse, Carnegie Hall (w/ Michael Feinstein), Make Me a Song (orig cast recording), Zombie Prom (orig cast recording), Anyone Can Whistle, A…My Name is Still Alice, Carnival, The Fantasticks, And the Worlds Goes ‘Round, Nunsense, Show Me Where the Good Times Are, Bar Mitzvah Boy. Regional favorites: Sacramento Music Circus, Baltimore Center Stage, Studio Theatre (DC), Goodspeed, North Shore Music Theatre, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Cincinnati Playhouse, The MUNY, Kansas City Starlight, Asolo. Author: The Complete Professional Audition (Random House), and a graduate of the Eastman School of Music.

Mark H. Dold


14 seasons at BSC from 2004–2018. Highlights: The Importance of Being Earnest, Freud’s Last Session, Breaking The Code, Shining City, His Girl Friday, THISGaslight and The Glass Menagerie. Mark has worked at regional theatres from coast to coast and appeared on and off Broadway. He has guest-starred on network television, web series and just finished shooting Louie, a movie written/directed by the Berkshires’ own Robert Biggs. Mark is the recipient of Connecticut Critics Circle and San Diego Critics Awards and a Berkie nominee. He is a graduate of Boston University and The Yale School of Drama. He is a member of The Actors Center.

Gretchen Egolf


BSC: Much Ado About NothingGoing to St. Ives, Private Lives and A Picasso. Gretchen began acting as a child in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She moved to New York to attend The Juilliard School and has been living and working in New York and Los Angeles ever since. As her television and film career began blossoming, her work in the theater, both on and off Broadway, has remained a constant. On stage, Gretchen has appeared on Broadway in Jackie (also in the West End) and Ring Round the Moon (Lincoln Center on Broadway) and off-Broadway in More Lies About Jerzy (Vineyard Theater) and All this Intimacy (Second Stage), among others. Regionally, in addition to her Barrington Stage appearances, she has played Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire at the Guthrie Theater, Rosalind in As You Like It at the Pittsburgh Public, Emma in Betrayal at the Huntington Theater, Hannah in Arcadia at ACT, and many others over the years. In film, she has appeared in Mira Nairʼs The Namesake, Anthony Minghellaʼs The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Robert Redfordʼs Quiz Show, among others. Her television appearances include series regular roles as Katie Vasser on Journeyman and Amy Dylan on Martial Law, to her recurring characters, Vanessa Whittaker on Roswell and ADA Gill on Law & Order: SVU. She starred opposite Brad Garrett in the Jackie Gleason biopic Gleason for CBS and opposite John Stamos in The Two Mr. Kissels for Lifetime, and has guest starred in numerous other shows including The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, Lie to Me, Criminal Minds, CSI:Miami, Ghost Whisperer, Medium, NCIS, Without a Trace, Law & Order and others. Gretchen studies and teaches the Michael Chekhov acting technique. She attended the Juilliard School. For more information:

Vadim Feichtner

Musical Director

BSC: Fall Springs, The Royal Family of Broadway, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (ver 1.0), Mysteries of Harris Burdick, Surviving the Avalanche, Mormons Mothers and Monsters, Presto Change-O, Falsettos, A Little More Alive, See Rock City, The Memory Show, Things You Think About When You’re Falling Asleep, Ridiculously Talented…, Leslie Kritzer: Hello, Gorgeous. Broadway: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Falsettos (2016 Revival). Off Broadway: Fly By Night, As You Like It, A New Brain (Encores), Little Miss Sunshine, Nobody Loves You, The Other Josh Cohen, Elegies: A Song Cycle, The Memory Show, Infinite Joy, The Burnt Part Boys, Ordinary Days, Long Story Short, I Sing!. TV: Last Week Tonight, Live From Lincoln Center. Dictionary: Webster’s Children (holding a tuba).

William Finn

Composer/Lyricist/Artistic Producer of the Musical Theatre Lab

For BSC: The Royal Family of Broadway (2018), Romance in Hard Times (Book by Rachel Sheinkin, 2014), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (2004 and 2008) and Falsettos (2003); Since 2006, the Artistic Producer of BSC’s acclaimed Musical Theatre Lab. Under his mentorship, 12 world premiere musicals and 7 workshops have been produced: The Burnt Part Boys, Travels with My Discontent, Disorder: A Mother/Daughter Vaudeville, Funked Up Fairy Tales, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, My Scary Girl, See Rock City and Other Destinations, Pool Boy, The Memory Show, Mormons, Mothers and Monsters, The Black Suits, Southern Comfort, Romance in Hard Times, The Golem of Havana, Presto Change-O and Broadway Bounty Hunter. He has written/composed In Trousers (L.A. Drama Critics Award), Falsettos (two Tony Awards: Best Book [with James Lapine] and Best Original Score), March of the Falsettos (Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Musical, L.A. Drama Critics Award), Falsettoland (two Drama Desk Awards and Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical), Romance in Hard Times (Public Theater), A New Brain (Lincoln Center/Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical) and Elegies: A Song Cycle (Lincoln Center). Finn wrote the lyrics to Graciela Daniele’s Tango Apasionado (music by the great Astor Piazolla); with Michael Starobin, the music to James Lapine’s version of The Winter’s Tale; with Vadim Feichtner the music to Mark Lamos’ production of As You Like It (Delacorte Theatre in Central Park). He graduated from Williams College, where he was awarded the Hutchinson Fellowship in Musical Composition, and currently teaches a weekly master class at NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. His most recent projects include Little Miss Sunshine (book by James Lapine, La Jolla Playhouse), Elegies, A Song Cycle (Lincoln Center) and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee which was created, workshopped and premiered at Barrington Stage Company before taking New York by storm, winning two Tony Awards and running more than 1,000 performances on Broadway. Spelling Bee has been produced nationally and internationally as well and is currently one of the most performed musicals in the United States according to Theatre Communications Group (TCG).

Alan H. Green


BSC: American Underground, The Royal Family of Broadway, Broadway Bounty Hunter and Romance in Hard Times. Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, School of Rock, Sister Act, Play On!. Off Broadway: Broadway Bounty Hunter (Greenwich Street Theatre), Happiness (Lincoln Center), The Rockettes Christmas Spectacular (Radio City). First National Tours: The 25th Annual…Spelling Bee, Swing!, Smokey Joe’s Cafe. International: Miss Saigon (Stuttgart). Regional: First You Dream (Kennedy Center), Johnny Baseball (Williamstown), The War Department (The O’Neill). TV: “Almost Family,” “Murphy Brown,” “Unforgettable,” “30 Rock,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “The Guiding Light”. Many National Commercials. A graduate of Rice University, he is Deacon at Metro Baptist Church. Alan has been a featured soloist all over the world from the White House to the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.

Joe Iconis


BSC: World Premieres of Broadway Bounty Hunter, The Black Suits and numerous appearances at Mr. Finn’s Cabaret. A musical theatre writer, composer and lyricist, he has been nominated for a Tony Award, four Drama Desk Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards, two Outer Critics’ Circle Awards, and the recipient of an Ed Kleban Award, a Jonathan Larson Award, a Richard Rodgers Award, and is a former Ars Nova artist-in-residence.  Joe’s musical Be More Chill debuted in March 2019 at Broadway’s Lyceum Theater, following a sold-out Off Broadway run at The Pershing Square Signature Center and a world premiere at Two River Theater. He is the author of Love in Hate Nation  (Two River Theater), Broadway Bounty Hunter (Barrington Stage Company and Greenwich House Theater Off Broadway), Bloodsong of Love (Ars Nova, NAMT), The Black Suits (Center Theater Group, Barrington Stage Company), ReWrite (Urban Stages, Goodspeed Musicals), TheaterWorks USA’s The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks and We The People. Musicals currently in development include The Untitled Unauthorized Hunter S. Thompson Musical for La Jolla Playhouse and Punk Rock Girl. His music appeared on Season 2 of NBC’s “Smash,” with his song “Broadway, Here I Come!” hailed by The New York Times as a new entry in The Great American Songbook. Albums: Be More Chill (OCR), which has been streamed over 350 million times; Things To Ruin (OCR); Two-Player Game and The Joe Iconis Rock and Roll Jamboree all available on Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records.

Christopher Innvar


A native of Huntington NY. Chris attended the United States Naval Academy and Syracuse University. BSC: A Doll’s House, part 2; The Game; Cyrano De Bergerac; The Importance of Being Earnest; Ring ‘Round the Moon; Private Lives; Carousel; A Streetcar Named Desire; Absurd Person Singular; The Crucible; Much Ado About Nothing; His Girl Friday. Directing: The Other Place, The Whipping Man, Shining City and Mark St. Germain’s Period Piece/Collyer Brothers and Camping With Henry and Tom. Broadway: Victor/Victoria, Les Miserables, The Three Penny Opera, 110 In The Shade, The People In The Picture, The Snow Geese and The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. Off Broadway projects include the title role in Floyd Collins at Playwright’s Horizons, recorded on Nonesuch Records, NYSF’s King Lear at the Delacorte, Atlantic Theatre, Vineyard, Transport Group, Red Bull, MTC and Lincoln Center. Most recent acting work playing Banquo in Dan Sullivan’s Macbeth at Berkeley Rep opposite Conleth Hill and Frances McDormand. Other regional work at Steppenwolf, Guthrie, Yale Rep, Long Wharf, Wilma and more. He is an Affiliated Artist with The Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC. His short plays Turtles and Phantom Limb are published by Applause Books and youthPlays respectively. Most recent work: Bobbie Clearly at Roundabout Underground and Steven Spielberg’s The Post.

Renee Lutz

Production Stage Manager

Renée Lutz has been a production stage manager with Barrington Stage since the company was founded in 1995. Over 55 BSC productions including Fall Springs, Into the Woods, West Side Story, The Royal Family of Broadway, Gaslight, Company, Ragtime, American Son, Tribes, Sweeney Todd, Man of La Mancha, Cabaret, Follies, etc. Recent credits: Skin of Our Teeth (directed by Arin Arbus) and Pericles (directed by Trevor Nunn; Theatre for a New Audience). Credits include: Merchant of Venice (directed by Darko Tresnjak—both national tour and the Royal Shakespeare Company), Hamlet (directed by Darko; Hartford Stage), ART, New York Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, Signature, Classic Stage, Vienna Festwochen, BTF, Yale Rep., Coconut Grove, etc. Her very best credit and longest run is her husband, actor Gordon Stanley.

Jeff McCarthy


BSC: Time Flies and Other Comedies, Kunstler, Broadway Bounty HunterMan of La ManchaSouthern ComfortAll My Sons, Sweeney Todd, Follies, Mack & MabelBroadway: Chicago (Billy Flynn), Urinetown (Lockstock), The Grinch Who…(Grinch), The Pirate Queen (Dubdhara), Side Show (Terry), Beauty and the Beast (Beast), Smile (Big Bob), Zorba (Niko), The Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King). L.A.: Les Misérables (Javert), The Three Sisters (Vershinin), Search and Destroy (Martin), A Little Night Music (Frederick), City of Angels (Stone). Off Broadway: Southern Comfort (The Public Theater), Sympathetic Magic (Second Stage), Dream True (Vineyard), On the 20th Century (York). Regional: My Fair Lady (Guthrie), Kunstler (Hudson Stage), Fox on the Fairway (Signature Theater,) Dirty Rotten Scoundrels ( Virginia Rep), Mame (Kennedy Center), Spamalot (Casa Mañana), You, Nero (Berkeley Rep), Oliver (Arena Stage), The Price and The Front Page (Long Wharf), The Beggar’s Opera (Santa Fe Opera), Henry lV part 1 & 2 (Indiana Rep), Bed and Sofa (Wilma Theater), Arms and the Man (Huntington), A Lie of the Mind (Denver Center), Bedroom Farce (Center Stage), The Misanthrope (Guthrie), Buried Child and Pantegleize (ACT, San Francisco), Henry IV (Indiana Rep.), Sunday in the Park (Seattle Rep), A Lie of the Mind (Denver Center). International: Iphenigia inAulis (AthensTheater Center), Lady Be Good ( La Fenice, Italy) TV: “Elementary”, “The Good Wife”, “Schweitzer” (title role), “Letterman”, “Love Monkey,” “Star Trek: TNG” and “Voyager,” “Ed,” “Law & Order(s),” “Cheers,” “Designing Women,” “L.A. Law,” “In the Heat of the Night.” Film: Starting Out in the Evening, Consent, RoboCop 2, Eve of Destruction, Rapid Fire, Cliffhanger. Jeff is the voice of the great Chuck Jones’ creation, Michigan J. Frog.

Pat McCorkle


McCorkle Casting LTD is pleased to be named “Associate Artist” and casting actors for Barrington Stage for 15 years. Broadway: Over 50 productions including On the Town, Amazing Grace, End of the Rainbow, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Amadeus, She Loves Me, A Few Good Men. Off Broadway: highlights — Clever Little Lies; Sheer Madness; Tribes; Our Town (Barrow Street); Freud’s Last Session; Toxic Avenger; Almost, Maine; Driving Miss Daisy. Feature film: Premium Rush, Ghost Town, The Thomas Crown Affair, Die Hard with a Vengeance, School Ties, etc. Television: Twisted, St. George, Sesame Street, Hack, Californication, Max Bickford, Chappelle’s Show, Strangers with Candy, Barbershop, etc.

Scott Pinkney

Lighting Designer

Scott Pinkney has designed more than 30 productions for The Barrington Stage Company since 2003, including If I Forget, Well Intentioned White People, Typhoid Mary, American Son, Camping With Henry And Tom, The Best of Enemies, The Whipping Man, The Crucible, A Streetcar Named Desire, Carousel, Uncle Vanya, Follies, West Side Story and Ring Round the Moon. He was represented on Broadway by Harvey Fierstein’s Tony Award-winning Torch Song Trilogy. Off Broadway credits include Mark St. Germain’s Becoming Dr. Ruth, Leonard Nimoy’s Vincent, Mark Medoff’s The Majestic Kid, the original production of Ken Ludwig’s Divine Fire, The US Premier of Cole Porter’s Nymph Errant, and the world premier of Morris West’s The World is Made of Glass. Among Scott’s many regional credits are; Don Juan for the Denver Center (Denver Drama Critics Award), Ulysses On Bottles (IRNE Nomination) for Israeli Stage, Balkan Women for Bristol Riverside Theatre (Barrymore Award Nomination), Comedy of Errors for Commonwealth Shakespeare (Elliot Norton Award), My Fair Lady for TheatreVirginia (Phoebe Award), Don Giovanni for NEC Opera, The Whipping Man and Freud’s Last Session for New Repertory Theatre, Melinda Lopez’ MALA for ArtsEmerson, Secret Garden for the Olney Theatre and Larry Gatlin’s Texas Flyer for TUTS. Internationally, he has designed for Singapore Rep and The Club Mohamed-Ali in Cairo. Scott is a Professor at Emerson College in Boston. His design company, Pinkney Associates, LLC, counts among its clients, IBM, The Smithsonian Institution and BMW.

Brian Prather

Scenic Designer

Brian Prather has designed for Barrington Stage Company for over a decade with more than 30 BSC productions to his credit. Designs include the premieres of American Son, Freud’s Last Session and Becoming Dr. Ruth, as well as productions of Time Flies and Other Comedies, Into the Woods, A Doll’s House, Part 2; Typhoid Mary; Ragtime; Breaking the Code; Engagements; A Streetcar Named Desire; The North Pool; I Am My Own Wife; Fully Committed; A Picasso; Thief River; and premieres of musicals including The Burnt Part Boys, The Memory Show, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, Poolboy, and many others. Brian has also taken BSC to New York and beyond, designing the Off Broadway productions of The Burnt Part Boys, The Memory Show, and Becoming Dr. Ruth, as well as designing the long-running Off Broadway production of Freud’s Last Session, which he also designed in LA, Detroit, Houston, and Chicago (which won the Jeff Equity Best Set Design: Midsize award). Other Off Broadway credits include the premiere of Patrick Barlow’s new adaptation of A Christmas Carol at St. Clements, Daniel’s Husband, Widowers’ Houses and productions with Playwrights Horizons, TACT, The Transport Group, 59E59 and Prospect Theatre Co. among others. Regional and other credits include productions at The Alley Theatre, Goodspeed Musicals, TheaterWorks Hartford, Virginia Rep., Delaware Theatre Co., The Hangar Theatre, Shakespeare on the Sound, Penguin Rep., the Rubicon, Broad Stage, Mercury Theatre, Capitol Rep. and the Chung-mu Art Hall in Seoul, South Korea. Brian was also recently nominated for an Emmy Award (New England region) for the design of “The Kate” live music series with Connecticut Public Television. Brian has taught design as full-time faculty at Alvernia University and Ithaca College, as well as serving as guest artist at NYU, Emerson College, and The Hartt School. Jeff Award and BTCA Award winner.

John Rando


BSC: The Royal Family of BroadwayThe Pirates of Penzance, On the Town and Guys and Dolls. Broadway: On the Town (Tony nom.), Penn & Teller, Urinetown (Tony Award and Outer Critic’s Circle Award), A Christmas Story, The Wedding Singer, A Thousand Clowns and Neil Simon’s The Dinner Party. City Center Encores!: Little Me, Superman, On the Town, Damn Yankees, Face the Music, Of Thee I Sing, Pajama Game, Do Re Mi and Strike Up the Band. Off Broadway credits include Jerry Springer: The Opera, Lives of the Saints, The Heir Apparent (Callaway Award), All in the Timing (Obie Award), The Toxic Avenger, among many others.

Debra Jo Rupp


BSC: Time Flies and Other Comedies, The Cake; Love Letters; Kimberly Akimbo; Dr. Ruth, All the Way; To Kill a Mockingbird; Ring Round the Moon; Project Laramie. Broadway: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Kathleen Turner. Off Broadway: Becoming Dr. Ruth (Nom: Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Conn Critics Cir); A Girl’s Guide to Chaos; Frankie and Johnnie in the Claire de Lune, The Butcher of Baraboo (Judith Ivey, Second Stage). Recent regional: The Cake (LA Stage Ovation Award, LA Drama Critics Circle Award), Deathtrap (Berkshire Theater Group), Madagascar (Chester), Annapurna (Rob Ruggiero, TheaterWorks Hartford), True West, A Flea in Her Ear (John Rando, Williamstown). Film credits include Big, Clockwatchers, Sgt Bilko, She’s Out of My League and over 200 television appearances, most notably: That ‘70s Show, Seinfeld, Friends, NCIS: LA, Elementary. Currently recurring on This Is Us and The Ranch with Sam Elliot (Netflix).

Charlie Siedenburg

Berkshire Press Director

Charlie joined the Barrington Stage family in 2005 and has represented over 120 productions. The Royal Family of Broadway marks the 20th world premiere he has repped at BSC. Over 25 years of PR credits include the Tony Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Side Man, Avenue Q, Met Opera Live in HD, National Actors Theatre (The Sunshine Boys), Paper Mill Playhouse (Mame, Funny Girl, Of Thee I Sing), Chautauqua Theater, George Street Playhouse, Goodspeed Musicals, Hartford Stage (world premieres A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Water by the Spoonful), Long Wharf Theatre, Prospect Theatre, Sharon Playhouse, Surflight Theatre, Two River Theater, and Wagner College Theatre. Charlie teaches Theatre Appreciation and Press Relations for the Theatre at his alma mater, Wagner College, on Staten Island.

Mark St. Germain


BSC: Gertrude and Claudius (2019), Typhoid Mary (2018), Camping With Henry and Tom (2016, Outer Critics Circle and Lucille Lortel Awards), Dancing Lessons (2014), Scott and Hem in the Garden of Allah (2013), Dr. Ruth, All the Way (2012), The Best of Enemies (2011), Freud’s Last Session (2009/2010), The Collyer Brothers/Period Piece (2008), The God Committee (2004), and Ears on A Beatle (2003). The Best of Enemies received its world premiere on the Mainstage at BSC in 2011 and became the theatre’s best-selling play of all-time. His newest play, Relativity, premiered at Theaterworks in Hartford starring Richard Dreyfus (2016). Mark wrote Freud’s Last Session, which became Barrington Stage Company’s longest running play and moved Off-Broadway where it played for two years. Other plays include Out of Gas on Lover’s Leap and Forgiving Typhoid Mary. With John Markus, Mark wrote the musical comedy The Fabulous Lipitones. Mark co-wrote the screenplay for Carroll Ballard’s Warner Brothers film, Duma. He directed and produced the documentary My Dog, An Unconditional Love Story, featuring Richard Gere, Lynn Redgrave and Glenn Close among many others, which was shown on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Television credits include Writer and Creative Consultant for The Cosby ShowLife Stories and Dick Wolf’s Crime and Punishment. With Randy Courts, he has written the musicals The Gifts of the Magi and Johnny Pye and the Foolkille, both premiering at the Lambs Theatre, NY. His musical, Stand By Your Man, The Tammy Wynette Story, was created for Nashville’s Ryman Theater and has toured nationally. Mark wrote the children’s book Three Cups, illustrated by April Willy and published by Thomas Nelson. He is member of the Dramatists Guild and the Writer’s Guild East. Mark is also a Founding Board Member of the Barrington Stage Company.

Elizabeth Stanley


BSC: Ragtime, On the Town, Kiss Me Kate. Elizabeth most recently appeared Off Broadway in Signature Theatre’s production of Fucking A (dir. Jo Bonney) and Of Thee I Sing (Master Voices, Carnegie Hall).  She starred as Francesca in the First National Tour of Jason Robert Brown’s The Bridges of Madison County (dir. by Bartlett Sher) and prior to that as the man-crazed anthropologist, Claire De Loone in the Broadway revival of On the Town (Drama Desk Nomination). Other roles originated on Broadway: Dyanne in Million Dollar Quartet, Allison in Cry- Baby, and April in the Tony Award-winning revival of Company. First National Tour: Kira in Xanadu. Off Broadway: Gussie in the New York City Center Encores! Production of Merrily We Roll Along (PS Classics cast album), and The Nurse in Hello, Again (Transport Theatre Group, Drama League Award – Best Ensemble). TV: “The Get Down,” “The Affair,” “Black Box,” “Made in Jersey,” “Fringe,” “The Chappelle Show,” and “PBS Great Performances – Company.” Regionally she has performed with Sundance Theatre Festival, Sacramento Music Circus, Pittsburgh CLO, Philadelphia Theatre Co., Rep. of St. Louis, O’Neill, La Jolla Playhouse, Pioneer Theatre Co., Cincinnati Playhouse. Elizabeth is a volunteer teaching artist with Artists Striving To End Poverty (  Graduate of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.

Sara Jean Tosetti

Costume Designer

BSC: Gertrude and Claudius, West Side Story, Company, Ragtime, Much Ado About Nothing, American Son, His Girl Friday. Sara is a New York City-based costume designer, originally from Paris, France. Recent designs include Salome (LA Opera); Xerxes, Cato in Utica (Glimmerglass Festival); the world premiere of Laura Kaminsky’s As One (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Cosi Fan Tutte (Juilliard); Carmen, Orpheus in the Underworld, Rinaldo, Cendrillon (Central City Opera); A Flea in Her Ear (Delaware Rep & Westport Country Playhouse); Manuscript, The Exonerated (Daryl Roth Theatre); The Maids, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Red Bull Theater); Into the Woods (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival). Associate Design credits include the Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Opera Bastille, Ceasar’s Palace in Las Vegas and multiple Broadway shows. She was awarded the Princess Grace Award in Design as well as the Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Award.  She earned a BFA and MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, with Outstanding Achievement in Design.

Peggy Pharr Wilson


BSC: America v. 2.1: The Sad Demise & Eventual Extinction of The American Negro, Gaslight, His Girl Friday, The Crucible, To Kill a Mockingbird, Guys & Dolls, Carousel, Laramie Project: Epilogue and 10×10 New Play Festival (2012–19). BAT: Doubt (Best Actress nominee BroadwayWorld). Shakespeare & Co: Leap Year. New York: Six Women With Brain Death (co-author, and performed it also in Chicago, Dallas and Kansas City). Regional: 10 seasons with Creede Repertory Theatre in Colorado performing over 50 roles, including Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd (Best Actress Ovation Award Denver Post), Shirley Valentine, Josie in A Moon for the Misbegotten and Mac in 3 Viewings. Many other regional including: Dallas Theatre Center, Theatre 3, Kansas City Rep, Unicorn, KC Lyric Opera, Berkshire Playwrights Lab, White River in Vermont and Rose Theatre in Chicago. Best role ever: Mrs. Tristan Wilson.