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JANE FONDA (Dr. Katherine Brandt)
SAMANTHA MATHIS (Clara Brandt)
COLIN HANKS (Mike Clark)
ZACH GRENIER (Ludwig van Beethoven)
DON AMENDOLIA (Anton Diabelli)
SUSAN KELLERMANN (Dr. Gertrude Ladenburger)
ERIK STEELE (Anton Schindler)
DIANE WALSH (Pianist/Musical Director)
SCOTT BARROW (Ensemble, u/s Anton Schindler, Mike)
EMILY DONAHOE (Ensemble, u/s Clara Brandt)
CAITLIN O'CONNELL (Standby Katherine Brandt, u/s Gertrude Ladenburger)
MICHAEL WINTHER (Ensemble, u/s Beethoven, Anton Diabelli)

 

MOISÉS KAUFMAN (Playwright & Director)
DEREK MCLANE
(Set Design) 
JANICE PYTEL (Costume Design) 
DAVID LANDER (Lighting Design) 
ANDRÉ J. PLUESS (Sound Design)
JEFF SUGG (Projection Design)
CHARLES LAPOINTE (Hair /Wig Design)
DANIEL PELZIG (Choreography)
DAVID C. WOOLARD (Additional Costumes)
MARK BLY (Dramaturg)
LINDA MARVEL (Production Stage Manager)
PAT SOSNOW (Stage Manager)
MELISSA M. SPENGLER (Assistant Stage Manager)
JAMES CALLERI, CSA (Casting)
101 PRODUCTIONS, LTD.(General Manager)
JUNIPER STREET PRODUCTIONS (Production Manager)
JIMMY MAIZE (Assistant Director )

 

DAVID BINDER
RUTH HENDEL
BARBARA WHITMAN
GOLDBERG / MILLS
LATITUDE LINK
ARIELLE TEPPER MADOVER
BILL RESNICK
ERIC SCHNALL
JAYNE BARON SHERMAN
WILLIS / TRUE LOVE PRODUCTIONS
PAULA HEROLD
TECTONIC THEATER PROJECT

         
       
   

JANE FONDA (Dr. Katherine Brandt)
Work on stage and screen has earned her numerous nominations and awards, including Oscars (Best Actress in 1971 for Klute and in 1978 for Coming Home) and an Emmy for her performance in "The Dollmaker." Her credits include Monster-in-Law, Georgia Rule, Coming Home, The China Syndrome, Julia, Barefoot in the Park, Nine to Five, On Golden Pond, "The Dollmaker" and four Broadway plays including Invitation to a March and There Was a Little Girl (Theatre World Award). In May 2005, Random House published Fonda's memoirs, My Life So Far. She has long been known for activism and advocacy on environmental issues, human rights and the empowerment of women and girls.

 
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SAMANTHA MATHIS (Clara Brandt)
B'way: The Man Who Had All the Luck. Regional: Uncle Vanya (Intiman), Collected Stories (Geffen). Film includes Pump Up the Volume, This Is My Life, The Music of Chance, How to Make an American Quilt, The Thing Called Love, Jack & Sarah, Little Women, The American President, Broken Arrow, American Psycho, Believe in Me. Upcoming: The New Daughter, Order of Chaos, Lebanon. TV includes "Grey's Anatomy," "Nightmares and Dreamscapes:From the Stories of Stephen King,""Salem's Lot," "The Mists of Avalon,""Law & Order: SVU" and "CI."

 
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COLIN HANKS (Mike Clark)
is honored to be making his Broadway debut with 33 Variations. He was last seen onstage as Dennis in the 2003 West End production of Ken Lonergan's This Is Our Youth. Recent film credits include W, House Bunny, Untraceable, The Great Buck Howard opposite John Malkovich and Peter Jackson's King Kong. TV credits: HBO's "Band of Brothers" and as Father Gill on AMC's award-winning "Mad Men."

 
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ZACH GRENIER (Ludwig van Beethoven)
Selected credits: Film:Fincher's Fight Club and Zodiac, Ang Lee's Ride With the Devil and Herzog's Rescue Dawn. Television: David Milch's"Deadwood," "24" and Neil Simon's"Laughter on the 23rd Floor"; series regular on "C-16: FBI" and "Touching Evil."Regional theatre: Art (Chicago); the title roles in Uncle Vanya (Yale Rep) and Tartuffe (Yale Rep and Princeton's McCarter Theatre). Off-Broadway: David Rabe's A Question of Mercy and David Hare's Stuff Happens, performances honored with Drama League and Drama Desk awards. Broadway: Cromwell in A Man for All Seasons.

 
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DON AMENDOLIA (Anton Diabelli)
Film: The Secret of My Success, Fearless, Ed Wood, Bounce, Wayne's World, Boogie Nights, A Walk in the Clouds. Broadway: Stepping Out, My One and Only. Off-Broadway: Some Men, Dedication, Cloud Nine (original company), The Firebugs. Television: "Seinfeld,""Frasier," "Ellen," "L.A. Law," "PerfectStrangers," "Law & Order." Regional: Guthrie, Pasadena, L.A. Stage, HoustonGrand Opera, Arena Stage, La Jolla.Director: Steppenwolf, Seven Angels,Seacoast Repertory, Reprise L.A., Dallas,Helen Hayes and for TV "Harry and the Hendersons" and "Growing Pains."Recipient: L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award and Drama-Logue Award.

 
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SUSAN KELLERMANN (Dr. Gertrude Ladenburger)
Broadway: Last Licks (Theatre World Award), Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Lunch Hour, Judgment at Nuremberg. National tour: An Inspector Calls. Off-Broadway/regional includes Book of Days, Moon Over Miami, 2 Lives, Ivanov and 33 Variations. Films: Last Holiday, The Devil's Advocate, Beetlejuice, The Couch Trip, The Secret of My Success, Elvira among others, and numerous TV appearances.Ms. Kellermann would like toacknowledge the great support and patience of her friends! And always, Sandy Meisner.

 
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ERIK STEELE (Anton Schindler)
Broadway: Inherit the Wind (Lyceum), Tartuffe (Roundabout). Off-Broadway: The Importance of Being Earnest, The Mandrake (Pearl); Bloody Poetry (Synapse); The Rivals, Macbeth (Acting Company). Regional: 33 Variations (La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage); Love's Labour's Lost, Othello (Shakespeare Theatre); Pericles (Goodman); The Mystery of Irma Vep (Berkeley Rep); The Retreat From Moscow (Repertory Theatre of St.Louis); The Pavilion (Two River); The Invention of Love (Guthrie). MFA, NYU.

 
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DIANE WALSH (Pianist/Musical Director)
Soloist with acclaimed American and European orchestras, recitals in major venues in North and South America, Europe and Russia. Winner of Munich ARD Competition, Salzburg Mozart Competition,Young Concert Artists and many other awards. Other: 33 Variations (Arena Stage,La Jolla Playhouse); artistic director, Skaneateles Festival, 1999-2004. Fifteen recordings including Beethoven: 33 Variations (Jonathan Digital Recordings)available online. A Steinway Artist, Ms.Walsh makes her Broadway debut in thisproduction. www.dianewalsh.com

 
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SCOTT BARROW (Ensemble, u/s Anton Schindler, Mike)
Off-Broadway: Valhalla (NYTW) and Colombinus and Oedipus (Palm Springs; Fight Director). Regional: Private Lives (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), A Number (Wilma), Doubt (ArkansasRepertory), Studio Theatre, the Geva,Commonwealth Shakespeare, Cincinnati Playhouse, the Olney, Hartford Stage, TrinityRepertory. MFA, Brandeis University.

 
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EMILY DONAHOE (Ensemble, u/s Clara Brandt)
Off-Broadway: Deathbed, Queens Boulevard (the Musical), The Attic, Great Expectations, Apparition, The Hasty Heart. Regional includes Arena Stage (HelenHayes Award), La Jolla Playhouse, BerkeleyRep, Williamstown Theatre Festival.Film/TV: Handsome Harry, National Lampoon's Dirty Movie, Zelimo, Weeki Wachee Girls, "As the World Turns."

 
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CAITLIN O'CONNELL (Standby Katherine Brandt, u/s Gertrude Ladenburger)
Off-Broadway: Public, Stuff Happens; LCT, Third; Primary Stages, Boy; Red Bull, Pericles. Regional: Guthrie, Yale Rep, SCR, Denver Center, Shakespeare Theatre, Center Stage, Old Globe, McCarter, O'Neill Center, among others. Film: Cooking for Richard. TV: "Whoopi," "Law & Order," "Homicide."

 
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MICHAEL WINTHER (Ensemble, u/s Beethoven, Anton Diabelli)
Broadway: Mamma Mia!, 1776, Artist Descending a Staircase, Damn Yankees.
Off-Broadway:Drama Desk nomination for Songs From an Unmade Bed (NYTW), Radiant Baby (NYSF/Public), Hapgood (LCT). Regionalincludes Guthrie, McCarter, Yale Rep, Baltimore/Centerstage, Old Globe. Recentfilm/TV: Jumper, Meet Dave, The Break-Up, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, "Law & Order."

 
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MOISÉS KAUFMAN (Playwright & Director)
Writing credits: Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (LucilleLortel Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Joe Callaway Award), The Laramie Project (Lucille Lortel nom., Drama Desk nom.) and the stage adaptation of the film One Arm by Tennessee Williams. Directing credits: the Pulitzer Prize-winning I Am My Own Wife on Broadway (Obie Award, Tony nom.), Macbeth with Liev Schreiber, Lady Windermere's Fan, One Arm by Tennessee Williams, and Master Class with Rita Moreno. London/West End: I Am My Own Wife, Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde and This Is How It Goes. Mr. Kaufman also directed his film adaptation of The Laramie Project for HBO, which was the opening night selection at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival and won the National Board of Review Award, the Humanitas Prize and a Special Mention for Best First Film at the Berlin Film Festival. The film also earned Mr. Kaufman two Emmy Award nominations for Best Director and Best Writer. He is the artistic director of Tectonic Theater Project and a Guggenheim Fellow in Playwriting.

 
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      DEREK MCLANE (Set Design)
B'way: The Pajama Game (Tony nom.), The Threepenny Opera, Little Women, I Am My
Own Wife, Barefoot in the Park, Lestat, The Women, Present Laughter, London Assurance, Holiday
and others. Off-B'way: The Voysey Inheritance (Lortel Award, OCC nom.), Two Trains Running, Becky Shaw, Ruined, Mourning Becomes Electra, Hurlyburly, Abigail's Party, Modern Orthodox, Aunt Dan and Lemon, East Is East, subUrbia, Saturday Night. He designed the entire Sondheim Celebration at the Kennedy Center. Productions at most of the major resident theatres and operas.
 
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      JANICE PYTEL (Costume Design)
Broadway: I Am My Own Wife (also international tour). Regional: Steppenwolf Theatre
(ten productions since 1997), Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Kansas City Rep, Madison Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage, Geffen Playhouse, Alley Theatre, Indiana Rep. Recently: Picnic at Writers' Theatre and The Glass Menagerie at Kansas City Rep (directed by David Cromer), The Seafarer at Steppenwolf Theatre and Our Town at Lookingglass Theatre (directed by Anna D. Shapiro and Jessica Thebus).
 
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      DAVID LANDER (Lighting Design)
Broadway: A Man for All Seasons, I Am My Own Wife (DD, OCC noms.; also national tour, London, Dublin, Venezuela, Australia), Dirty Blonde (DD nom.; also national tour, London), Golden Child. Selected Off-Broadway: Edward Albee's Occupant, Fran's Bed, Going to St. Ives, King Lear, NYTW, Playwrights Horizons, Public, Signature and Vineyard Theatre. Regional includes Alley Theatre, Arena Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Goodman, Long Wharf, La Jolla Playhouse, St. Louis Muny, the Old Globe. International: Tokyo, UK, South America, Australia and Singapore. Film: Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2.
 
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      ANDRÉ J. PLUESS (Sound Design)
Broadway/NY: Metamorphoses, I Am My Own Wife, The Clean House (Lincoln Center), The Day Emily Married (Primary Stages), Lookingglass Alice (New Victory), BFE (Playwrights Horizons). Awards: eleven Joseph Jefferson Awards/Citations, L.A. Ovation Award, Barrymore Award, Drama Critics Circle Award and a Lortel nomination for composition and sound design. 2008-09: Kafka on the Shore (Steppenwolf), Arabian Nights (Berkeley Rep, KC Rep, Lookingglass), Eurydice (Victory Gardens Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (California Shakespeare Festival), Equivocation (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Legacy of Light (Arena Stage), Ghostwritten (Goodman Theatre).
 
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JEFF SUGG (Projection Design)
is a cofounding member of the performance group Accinosco with Jim Findlay and Cynthia Hopkins and has co-designed their two critically acclaimed pieces, Accidental Nostalgia and Must Don't Whip 'Um (2007 Bessie Award). Theatre designs include The Slugbearers of Kayrol Island (co-set and projections; 2008 Lortel, Obie and Hewes Award),¡El Conquistador! (lights), The Thomashefsky Project and Let Them Eat Cake/Of Thee I Sing (projections). Music designs include Natalie Cole (lights), Natalie Merchant (lights).

 
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CHARLES LAPOINTE (Hair /Wig Design)
Broadway: The Color Purple, Jersey Boys, Good Vibrations, High Fidelity, In the Heights, The Rivals, Henry IV, Cymbeline, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Radio Golf, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, Dirty Dancing, Sight Unseen, Guys and Dolls. Many Off-B'way and regional and opera credits. Love to James.

 
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DANIEL PELZIG (Choreography)
Works in theatre, dance, opera and television. Work includes A Year With Frog and Toad on Broadway, the Metropolitan Opera, Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout, NYTW, Encores!, McCarter, Shakespeare Theatre, La Jolla, Long Wharf, Seattle Rep, Huntington, Alliance, Kennedy Center, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Santa Fe Opera, Seattle Opera, NYCO and Boston Ballet.

 
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DAVID C. WOOLARD (Additional Costumes)
Broadway: West Side Story, Dividing the Estate, The Farnsworth Invention, Old Acquaintance, Ring of Fire, All Shook Up, 700 Sundays with Billy Crystal, The Smell of the Kill, The Rocky Horror Show (2001 Tony Award nomination), The Who's Tommy (1993 Tony and Olivier Award nominations), Bells Are Ringing, Marlene, Wait Until Dark, Horton Foote's The Young Man from Atlanta, Damn Yankees and A Few Good Men. He has designed extensively for theatres around the country and Off-Broadway.

 
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MARK BLY (Dramaturg)
has served as Moises Kaufman's dramaturg on 33 Variations since 2006 on productions at the Arena Stage and La Jolla Playhouse. He was the chair of the graduate playwriting program at the Yale School of Drama from 1992-2004. He is the director of new play development at the Alley Theatre in Houston.

 
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LINDA MARVEL (Production Stage Manager)
Broadway: Douglas Carter Beane's The Little Dog Laughed (Tony nomination for Best Play). Off-Broadway: premieres of Sam Shepard's The God of Hell, Michael Weller's Beast, Julia Cho's BFE, Howard Brenton's Sore Throats and Adrienne Kennedy's The Ohio State Murders. Tours: two national tours for the John F. Kennedy Center, Misterman at the Dublin Theatre Festival and Lisa Kron's 2.5 Minute Ride.

 
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PAT SOSNOW (Stage Manager)
Broadway: Thoroughly Modern Millie; Sexaholix; Kiss Me, Kate; Kat and the Kings; Freak; Beauty and the Beast; Angels in America; I Hate Hamlet; Eastern Standard. Off-Broadway: The Overwhelming and Pig Farm (Roundabout Theatre), Altar Boyz and many productions for both the NY Shakespeare Festival and MTC. For Rich and Dylan.

 
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MELISSA M. SPENGLER (Assistant Stage Manager)
Off-Broadway: Journeys, Ohio State Murders, The Milliner, Hamlet, False Servant, Nightwatches, A Hundred Years Into the Heart. Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, Hartford Stage, Center Stage (Baltimore), Weston Playhouse. Thanks to my parents and to Nathan.

 
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JAMES CALLERI, CSA (Casting)
Theatre: Currently: Fuerza Bruta, Uncle Vanya at CSC with Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard. Past Broadway credits include A Raisin in the Sun, Chicago, The Dead. Other: Playwrights Horizons (ten seasons), Long Wharf, Flea, CSC Rep, Soho Rep, Naked Angels, New Georges, stageFARM, Epic, Summer Play Festival. TV: "Lipstick Jungle," "Z Rock" on IFC, "A Raisin in the Sun," "Ed," "Hope & Faith," "Monk." Film: Peter and Vandy (Sundance '09), Merchant Ivory s The City of Your Final Destination, Heights, The White Countess, Lisa Picard Is Famous, Ready? OK! and Trouble Every Day.

 
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101 PRODUCTIONS, LTD. (General Manager)
Wendy Orshan and Jeffrey M. Wilson founded their company in 1994, after having first worked together at Gatchell & Neufeld, Ltd. Dave Auster joined as their associate in 1998. Current Broadway: 33 Variations, Impressionism, Mary Stuart, The 39 Steps. Tours: Monty Python's Spamalot, Frost/Nixon.

 
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JUNIPER STREET PRODUCTIONS (Production Manager)
is comprised of Hillary Blanken, Kevin Broomell, Guy Kwan and Ana Rose Greene. Selected Broadway productions include Impressionism, A Catered Affair, Gypsy starring Patti LuPone, Cry-Baby, Xanadu, Company, Grey Gardens, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, The Wedding Singer, Lestat, All Shook Up, Little Shop of Horrors, The Producers, Sweet Smell of Success and Fosse. Las Vegas: Peep Show, Bette Midler, The Producers. National tours include Little Shop of Horrors, The Producers, Fosse, Cabaret and many family entertainment productions.

 
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DAVID BINDER (Producer)
has spent thelast decade bringing new artists and audiences to the theatre. He produced the TonyAward-winning revival of Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun. Off-Broadway, at De La Guarda, a group of flying Argentines literally lifted a young international crowd off its feet for six years. He is currently producing the Argentines' new show, Fuerza Bruta. David is the original producer of John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's rowdy, loud and ultimately sweet rock 'n' roll musical Hedwig and theAngry Inch. With Lisa Kron's 2.5 Minute Ride and Danny Hoch's Taking Over, David has showed his support for new writing that is polemical, political and hilarious. Other credits include the High Line Festival, curated by David Bowie; Meow Meow's Meow to the World; The Public Sings: A 50th Anniversary Celebration for the Public Theater; and four shows with the Donmar Warehouse, including Frost/Nixon on Broadway and Guys and Dolls in the West End. He currently teaches at the Yale School of Drama.

 
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RUTH HENDEL (Producer)
Credits include Fela!; In the Heights (assoc.); Altar Boyz; All My Sons; Legally Blonde; Kiki & Herb; The Lieutenant of Inishmore; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Caroline, or Change; A Raisin in the Sun; Frozen; Golda's Balcony; Metamorphoses; Our Lady of 121st Street; The Exonerated.

 
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      BARBARA WHITMAN (Producer)
Credits include A Raisin in the Sun, Spelling Bee and Legally Blonde. Upcoming: Mary Stuart. Barbara attended NYU-Gallatin and Columbia (Theatre Management and Producing). Her proudest productions are her sons, Daniel and Will.
 
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      HAL GOLDBERG (Producer)
owns Proof, a leading agency for commercial and celebrity photographers. His credits include the Tony Award-winning A Raisin in the Sun; Marsha Norman's Pulitzer Prize-winning 'night, Mother; and Legally Blonde the Musical.
 
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MARIANNE MILLS (Producer)
Proud board member of MCC and LAByrinth Theater companies. Producer of Tony-nominated Frozen and All My Sons (associate producer). Thanks to Steve

 
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LATITUDE LINK (Producer)
is a La Jolla, California, based producing company. Latitude Link's members are proud to be part of 33 Variations. Other Broadway productions: Jersey Boys (2006 Tony Award), The Farnsworth Invention and Cry-Baby (2008 Tony nom.). Current productions: tours of Jersey Boys in London, Toronto, Chicago and Las Vegas and the Xanadu national tour. www.latitudelink.com

 
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ARIELLE TEPPER MADOVER (Producer)
is a Tony Award-winning producer on Broadway and in London. Recent credits include the upcoming Mary Stuart, Equus, Monty Python's Spamalot, Frost/Nixon, The Pillowman, Democracy, A Raisin in the Sun, Jumpers, James Joyce's The Dead, John Leguizamo's Freak. Mrs. Madover founded the Summer Play Festival (SPF).

 
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BILL RESNICK (Producer). MD, MBA, native of Los Angeles, where he lives with
his partner Doug Cordell. Active in philanthropy and a lover of theatre (once a BFA
candidate at NYU's Experimental Theatre Wing), Bill is thrilled to be supporting the
work of the Tectonic Theater Project.

 
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ERIC SCHNALL (Producer/Marketing Director)
Broadway: Mary Stuart, Frost/Nixon, The Year of Magical Thinking, Julius Caesar, A Raisin in the Sun and Rent. Off-Broadway: Fuerza Bruta, Stuff Happens, De La Guarda and The Vagina Monologues. He has also worked with The Civilians, St. Ann's Warehouse, The Public Theater and BAM. In addition, Eric is a writer whose work has appeared in Billboard, Revolution and Travel & Leisure. He is currently finishing a novel that takes place in Berlin.

 
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JAYNE BARON SHERMAN (Producer)
Theatre: the Tony Award-winning revival of A Raisin in the Sun, the current revival of Carousel (West End). She is developing a feature film about Tallulah Bankhead starring Patricia Clarkson. As co-chair of the Emmynominated "In the Life," America's independently produced LGBT TV series, she focuses her skills on community activism.

 
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RICHARD WILLIS (Producer). Co-owner of RICHMARK Entertainment, Wadsworth/
Brentwood Theatres in L.A. A few producer/ presenter credits: A Bronx Tale, Souvenir,
Jay Johnson: The Two and Only, The Good Body, Golda's Balcony, Def Poetry Jam.
Mr. Willis is an alumnus of Brown University.

 
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TRUE LOVE PRODUCTIONS (Producer).Jeanne Donovan Fisher and Laurie Gilmore.
Broadway: 13, A Catered Affair, Well, Medea, The Retreat From Moscow. Off-
Broadway: True Love, bobrauschenbergamerica,The Tricky Part, Shockheaded
Peter, Everything Will Be Different,Paradise Park.

 
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PAULA HEROLD (Associate Producer) is pleased to be making her Broadway producing debut with 33 Variations. In her former life, she cast Big and Cry-Baby, among other films.

 
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      TECTONIC THEATER PROJECT
(Moisés Kaufman, Artistic Director; Greg Reiner, Executive Director; Jeffrey LaHoste, Co-Founder/Senior Producer; Dominick Balletta, General Manager) is the company behind such plays as Gross Indecency, The Laramie Project and I Am My Own Wife. Awards include the Humanitas Prize, the Obie, the Lucille Lortel Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, the GLAAD Media Award, the Artistic Integrity Award from HRC and the Making a Difference Award/Matthew Shepard Foundation. Tectonic works in universities around the country and hosts a NY-based laboratory for theatre artists. For more information, visit www.tectonictheaterproject.org
 
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