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New York, NY (October 3, 2019) – Producers Scott Rudin and Barry Diller announced today the complete Broadway cast for the second year of the history-making, record-breaking production of To Kill a Mockingbird, Aaron Sorkin’s new play, directed by Bartlett Sher and based on Harper Lee’s classic novel, beginning Tuesday, November 5, at the Shubert Theatre (225 West 44th Street).

Starring in the critically-acclaimed production are two-time Golden Globe Award winner and four-time Academy Award nominee Ed Harris as Atticus Finch, Nick Robinson as Jem Finch, Eliza Scanlen as Mayella Ewell, Kyle Scatliffe as Tom Robinson, LisaGay Hamilton as Calpurnia, Nina Grollman as Scout Finch, Taylor Trensch as Dill Harris, Manoel Felciano as Horace Gilmer, Russell Harvard as Link Deas and Boo Radley, M. Emmet Walsh as Judge Taylor, Patricia Conolly as Mrs. Dubose, Christopher Innvar as Sheriff Heck Tate, William Youmans as Mr. Roscoe and Dr. Reynolds, and ensemble members Rosalyn Coleman, Gene Gillette, Luke Smith, and Yaegel T. Welch. Original cast members Neal Huff and Ted Koch will be taking on the roles of Bob Ewell and Mr. Cunningham, respectively. Liv Rooth is reprising her role as Ms. Stephanie, and Rebecca Watson, Aubie Merrylees, David Manis, Baize Buzan, Steven Lee Johnson, and Geoffrey Allen Murphy will again be part of the production’s ensemble.

To Kill a Mockingbird holds the record as the highest-grossing American play in Broadway history, and has broken its own box office record for highest weekly gross eight times over. Since performances began on Thursday, November 1, 2018, To Kill a Mockingbird has not played to an empty seat in the Shubert Theatre, with capacity at 100% or greater for every performance.

This new cast of To Kill a Mockingbird replaces the original Broadway company, including 2019 Tony Award nominee Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch, 2019 Tony Award winner Celia Keenan-Bolger as Scout Finch, LaTanya Richardson Jackson as Calpurnia, Will Pullen as Jem Finch, 2019 Tony Award nominee Gideon Glick as Dill Harris, Frederick Weller as Bob Ewell, Erin Wilhelmi as Mayella Ewell, Gbenga Akinnagbe as Tom Robinson, Dakin Matthews as Judge Taylor, Danny Wolohan as Boo Radley, Phyllis Somerville as Mrs. Dubose, Stark Sands as Horace Gilmer, Danny McCarthy as Sheriff Heck Tate, Jeff Still as Mr. Roscoe and Dr. Reynolds, and an ensemble that included Doron JePaul Mitchell and Shona Tucker.

Ed Harris, one of the most celebrated actors of his or any generation, has received four Academy Award nominations and created indelible performances in such films as Pollock, Apollo 13, The Truman Show and The Hours, among many others, distinguishing him as one of the truly iconic figures in American film history. He is currently reprising his acclaimed, Emmy-nominated role in the HBO series “Westworld” and won a Golden Globe for his performance as Senator John McCain in HBO’s “Game Change.” Now, he takes on Atticus Finch — the most iconic character in the American literary canon — in what is sure to be a landmark event of the new Broadway season. Harris made his Broadway debut in 1986 with his Tony Award-nominated starring role in Precious Sons. He has won Drama Desk, Obie and Lucille Lortel Awards and received Tony nominations for his riveting stage performances over the years. To Kill a Mockingbird will mark his first time on Broadway since 1993.

Set in Alabama in 1934, Harper Lee’s enduring story of racial injustice and childhood innocence centers on one of the most venerated characters in American literature, small-town lawyer Atticus Finch. The cast of characters includes Atticus’s daughter Scout, her brother Jem, their housekeeper and caretaker, Calpurnia, their visiting friend Dill, and a mysterious neighbor, the reclusive Arthur “Boo” Radley. The other indelible residents of Maycomb, Alabama, are Bob Ewell, Tom Robinson, prosecutor Horace Gilmer, Judge Taylor and Mayella Ewell.

Tickets for To Kill a Mockingbird are available at the Shubert Theatre box office, by calling Telecharge at 212 239 6200, and on Telecharge.com.

Scanlen is appearing with the permission of Actors’ Equity Association. The producers gratefully acknowledge Actors’ Equity Association for its assistance with this production.


Ed Harris (Atticus Finch) stars as the enigmatic Man in Black in the HBO series “Westworld” (Emmy Award nomination) and will reprise his role in the upcoming third season. Harris made his feature film directing debut on Pollock, receiving an Academy Award nomination as Best Actor for his performance in the title role. Harris also directed, as well as co-wrote, Appaloosa, starring opposite Viggo Mortensen. His film credits include A History of Violence (National Society of Film Critics Award), The Hours (Academy Award, Golden Globe, SAG and BAFTA nominations), The Truman Show (Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe Award), Apollo 13 (Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations, SAG Award), Kodachrome, Darren Aronofsky’s Mother!, In Dubious Battle, Run All Night, Frontera, The Face of Love, The Way Back, Copying Beethoven, The Right Stuff, The Abyss, The Rock, The Human Stain, A Beautiful Mind, Stepmom, The Firm, Places in the Heart, Alamo Bay, Sweet Dreams, Jacknife, State of Grace, The Third Miracle, Touching Home, and Victor Nunez’s A Flash of Green. Harris won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor, along with Emmy and SAG nominations, for his portrayal of John McCain in the Jay Roach-directed “Game Change” for HBO. He starred with Paul Newman in the HBO miniseries “Empire Falls,” for which he received Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Best Actor nominations. His other television credits include “The Last Innocent Man,” “Running Mates,” “Paris Trout,” and “Riders of the Purple Sage,” for which he and his wife, Amy Madigan, as co-producers and co-stars, were presented with the Western Heritage Wrangler Award for Outstanding Television Feature Film. In 2018, Harris starred in the New York premiere of David Rabe’s Good for Otto at Off-Broadway’s the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre for The New Group. Harris and Madigan made their West End debut in November 2016 in the London production of Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Buried Child (Olivier Award nomination). In 2012, at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, Harris starred with Madigan, Bill Pullman, and Glenne Headley in the world premiere of Beth Henley’s The Jacksonian, directed by Robert Falls. He reprised that role to critical acclaim in the play’s 2014 New York premiere for The New Group. Harris received both an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination and a Lucille Lortel Award nomination for the Off-Broadway production of Wrecks at The Public Theatre. His theatre credits include Ronald Harwood’s Taking Sides, Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love (Obie Award), Simpatico (Lucille Lortel Award), George Furth’s Precious Sons (Drama Desk Award, Tony nomination), Prairie Avenue, Scar, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Grapes of Wrath, and Sweet Bird of Youth.

Nick Robinson (Jem Finch) made headlines with his performance in the 2018 romantic teen comedy Love, Simon, playing the titular character. Robinson’s first professional job was as a series regular on the ABC Family series “Melissa and Joey” in 2010. Additional film and television credits include Native Son; Strange But True; Krystal; Everything, Everything; The 5th Wave; Being Charlie; Jurassic World; Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ The Kings of Summer; Francesca Lia Block’s Weetzie Bat; Seth Savoy’s Echo Boomers; and “Boardwalk Empire.”

Eliza Scanlen (Mayella Ewell). In July 2019, Scanlen made her stage debut in the Sydney Theatre Company’s adaptation of Lord of the Flies alongside Mia Wasikowska. She is best known for her starring role as Amma Crellin opposite Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson in the critically-acclaimed and Emmy nominated HBO drama series, “Sharp Objects.” In December 2017, Scanlen was included as one of The Hollywood Reporter’s “10 Rising Television Stars” and in November 2018, was included as one of its “Next Generation Talent” for her standout role in “Sharp Objects.” In film, Scanlen can next be seen as Beth March in Greta Gerwig’s upcoming drama, “Little Women,” in which she will star opposite Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Meryl Streep, and Timothée Chalamet.

Kyle Scatliffe (Tom Robinson) is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Broadway: The Color Purple, Les Misérables. West End: The Scottsboro Boys (Olivier Award nomination). Tour: Hamilton. Off-Broadway: As You Like It, Big River (City Center Encores!). Regional: Ragtime (ZACH Theatre), Oklahoma! (5th Avenue Theatre). Television credits include “Bull,” “Chicago P.D.,” and “A Christmas Carol: The Concert” with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

LisaGay Hamilton (Calpurnia). A graduate of The Juilliard School’s Drama Division, Hamilton’s Broadway credits include August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson and Gem of the Ocean. Additional theater credits include Isabella in Measure for Measure at the New York Shakespeare Theatre Festival, opposite Kevin Kline and Andre Braugher, and Athol Fugard’s play, Valley Song, which earned her an Obie Award, a Drama Desk nomination, the Clarence Derwent Award, and an Ovation nomination. Most recently, Hamilton appeared in three feature films — James Gray’s Ad Astra, Adam McKay’s Vice and Felix van Groeningen’s Beautiful Boy. Additional film credits include Go For Sisters, Life of a King, True Crime, Palookaville, Drunks, The Sum of All Fears, Hamlet, Nine Lives, Honeydripper, The Tourist, The Soloist, Mother and Child, Lovelace, and the Jonathan Demme films Beloved and The Truth About Charlie. On television, Hamilton can be seen in “The First,” “Chance,” “A House Divided,” “Men of a Certain Age,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” and in a recurring role in “House of Cards.” Hamilton is also well-known for her role on “The Practice,” for which she also directed an episode. Hamilton’s documentary, Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, premiered on HBO and went on to win an AFI Award for Best Documentary, a Peabody Award, and an Image Award. It was also nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Documentary.

Nina Grollman (Scout Finch) made her Broadway debut in the Eugene O’Neill play, The Iceman Cometh, starring Denzel Washington. Last fall, she appeared in Tom Stoppard’s The Hard Problem at Lincoln Center Theater. Her other theater credits include The Winter’s Tale (The Public Theater) and Marisol (Juilliard). Her television credits include the second season of the Amazon original series “Red Oaks.” Grollman trained at The Juilliard School and is a musician who goes by the pseudonym Softee.

Taylor Trensch (Dill Harris) most recently starred in the title role of Broadway’s Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen. He previously appeared as Barnaby, opposite Bette Midler, in the 2017 Tony Award-winning Best Revival Hello, Dolly! Other Broadway credits include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Matilda, and Wicked. Off-Broadway: BareRent. First National Tour: Spring Awakening. Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, Barrington Stage Company. You can hear Trensch in the upcoming DreamWorks animated series, “Archibald.” Training: Elon University.

Neal Huff (Bob Ewell). Broadway: Willie Oban in The Iceman Cometh, Take Me Out, The Lion in Winter, The Tempest. Other theater includes Luce, When I Come to Die, The Green Book, The Killing, Trumpery, The Foreigner, Rude Entertainment, Blue Window, and Troilus and Cressida. Film: Spotlight, Split, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Nasty Baby, Moonrise Kingdom, Runoff, Meek’s Cutoff, Beirut. Television: “The Wire,” “Falling Water,” “The Affair,” “Girls,” “Person of Interest,” “Billions,” “Genius,” “The Abolitionists,” “Fringe.”   

Manoel Felciano (Horace Gilmer) has performed in seven Broadway shows, including Sweeney Todd (Tony Award nomination). Off-Broadway: The Secret Life of Bees; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark; The Changeling; Trumpery; Shockheaded Peter; Much Ado About Nothing. Favorite Regional: The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, At Home at the Zoo, Mothers and Sons, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, November, Elektra, Three Sisters, Sunday in the Park With George. Various film and television credits. BA: Yale, MFA: NYU Graduate Acting Program. 

Russell Harvard (Link Deas/Boo Radley). Harvard most recently starred as Duke of Cornwall opposite Glenda Jackson in Sam Gold’s Broadway production of King Lear. He was also recently in I Was Most Alive with You at Playwrights Horizons, in a role Craig Lucas wrote specifically for him and earned him a Drama Desk nomination. He also starred in Pasadena Playhouse’s Our Town, Open Circle’s The Who’s Tommy, and Deaf West’s acclaimed Broadway revival of Spring Awakening. In 2012, he made his off-Broadway debut in Tribes, earning a Theatre World award and receiving Drama League, Outer Critics and Lucille Lortel Award nominations. He was featured in Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2008 Oscar-nominated film, There Will Be Blood, and starred in The Hammer as the first deaf person to win a collegiate wrestling championship. Russell had a multi-season role on “Fargo,” a recurring role on ABC Family’s “Switched At Birth,” and has guest starred on “Odd Mom Out,” “Fringe,” and “CSI: NY.”

Emmet Walsh (Judge Taylor) is considered to be one of America’s preeminent character actors, and has appeared in over 100 feature films, over 150 television shows, and numerous critically acclaimed stage performances. He has appeared in several seasons of regional theater, years of summer stock, and on Broadway in That Championship Season and Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? Walsh recently appeared in Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner at the St. Michael’s Playhouse, and in Conor McPherson’s The Night Alive at the Steppenwolf Theatre. He starred as Boss Finley in the critically acclaimed Sweet Bird of Youth by Tennessee Williams, at the La Jolla Playhouse, and as patriarch Joe Keller in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons. He also starred in Sam Shepard’s revival of Buried Child at the National Theatre in London. Walsh’s last stage appearance was as Jack in Wendy Wasserstein’s Third at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. His notable film appearances include Blood Simple, Clean and Sober, Blade Runner, A Time To Kill, My Best Friend’s Wedding, Wild West, Straight Time, Albino Alligator, Snow Dogs, Racing Stripes, Free Willy 2, Camp Nowhere, Narrow Margin, White Sands, Missing In Action, Back To School, Harry and The Hendersons, The Music of Chance, Raising Arizona, Ordinary People, Wildcats, Serpico, The Jerk, Cannery Row, Brubaker, Slap Shot, Fletch, Alice’s Restaurant, and Little Big Man. Walsh’s many television credits include regular and recurring roles on “Sneaky Pete,” “The Mind of the Married Man,” ”Ed,” “NYPD Blue,” “Frasier,” and “Home Improvement.” He recently guest starred on “The Righteous Gemstones.” In addition, Ken Burns utilized Walsh’s distinctive voice in two landmark documentary series, “The Civil War” and “Baseball,” for PBS.

Patricia Conolly (Mrs. Dubose). Broadway: You Can’t Take It With You, The Cherry Orchard (with Uta Hagen), Exit the King (with Eva LeGallienne), Right You Are If You Think You Are (with Helen Hayes), The Cocktail Party, The Misanthrope, Pantagleize, The Wild Duck, among others. Additional theater credits include The Front Page, Is He Dead?, The Coast of Utopia, Enchanted April, Judgment at Nuremberg, Waiting in the Wings, The Sound of Music, The Heiress, The Real Inspector Hound, A Small Family Business, The Circle, Blithe Spirit, A Streetcar Named Desire (Lincoln Center Theater), The Importance of Being Earnest, Tartuffe (Circle in the Square), Hedda Gabler, Misalliance (Roundabout Theatre Company), Woman in Mind, House and Garden (Manhattan Theatre Club), Rasheeda Speaking (Signature Theatre), The Dead, The Belle of Belfast, Beyond the Horizon (Irish Repertory Theatre), As You Like It, Othello, King Lear (with Hal Holbrook), Ghosts (The Old Globe), Peer Gynt, Antony and Cleopatra (Hartford Stage), The Moliere Comedies (Mark Taper Forum), The Merry Wives of Windsor, Love for Love, Romeo and Juliet, The Country Wife, King Lear (with Peter Ustinov), Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Streetcar Named Desire, Phaedra, St. Joan of the Stockyards, Virginia, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Physicist, King Lear, The Broken Heart, The Chances, Uncle Vanya (Chichester Festival Theatre), Long Day’s Journey into Night (Sydney Theater Company), Burnt Piano, Hay Fever, Hedda Gabler, A Doll’s House, The Devils, All’s Well That Ends Well (Melbourne Theatre Company), The Constant Wife, Pygmalion, Design for Living, Measure for Measure, Private Lives, A Streetcar Named Desire, The School for Scandal, The Crucible, Love’s Labor’s Lost, Oedipus the King, Uncle Vanya, Julius Caesar, Dear Liar, and A Slight Ache (Guthrie Theater). Television: “Elementary,” “Young(ish),” “School for Scandal,” “Never Too Young.” Film: Protect You + Me, The Country Wife. Conolly has also taught at and directed for The Juilliard School, Boston University, University of Southern California, Florida Atlantic University, North Carolina School of the Arts, and the Old Globe/University of San Diego.

Christopher Innvar (Sherriff Heck Tate). Broadway: Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, The Snow Geese, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Victor/Victoria, Les Misérables, The Threepenny Opera, 110 in the Shade, The People In The Picture. Off-Broadway credits include Floyd Collins (Playwright’s Horizons), King Lear (Delacorte Theatre), Signature Theatre Company, Atlantic Theater Company, Vineyard Theatre, Transport Group Theatre Company, Red Bull Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center Theater, Classic Stage Company. Directing credits include The Whipping Man with Clarke Peters and The Other Place with Marg Helgenberger at Barrington Stage Company. Plays: Turtles (Applause), Phantom Limb (YouthPLAYS). Film: The Post. Television: “The Sinner.” 

William Youmans (Mr. Roscoe/Dr. Reynolds). Broadway: Wicked, Carousel, The Little Foxes, The Farnsworth Invention, Big River, Titanic, Baz Luhrmann’s La Boheme, Finian’s Rainbow, Bright Star, Pirate Queen, Billy Elliot. His many off-Broadway credits include Government Inspector, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theatre for a New Audience). Film: Birdman, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, A League of Their Own, Mrs. Soffel, Nadine, Compromising Positions, Fresh Horses. Television: “The Little Match Girl,” “Separate but Equal,” “Private History of a Campaign That Failed” (Peabody), “666 Park Ave.”

Liv Rooth (Ms. Stephanie). Broadway: Venus in FurBorn YesterdayIs He Dead?. Off-Broadway: Lives of the SaintsAll in the Timing, Desire, Jane Eyre, Nice Girl, Blood and GiftsBeyond Therapy, Wife to James Whelan, Women Beware Women. Regional: The Member of the Wedding (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Describe the Night (Alley Theatre); Cry It Out (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Other People’s Money (Long Wharf Theatre); NoraLootSuddenly, Last Summer (Westport Country Playhouse); Surf Report (La Jolla Playhouse); Venus in Fur (Hartford TheaterWorks); and Noises Off (Hartford Stage Company). Film: Chuck. Television: “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” “The Good Wife.” Education: MFA, NYU Graduate Acting Program. 

Ted Koch (Mr. Cunningham). Broadway: Junk, Death of a Salesman, The Pillowman, Elling, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Off-Broadway: The Gravedigger’s Lullaby; Abundance; Acolyte; In This, Our Time; Boy; Meshugah; and Donnybrook. National tours: Frost/Nixon, Death of a Salesman. Film credits include Cold Souls, Love to Leenya, Hannibal, Autumn in New York, and Dinner Rush. Television credits include “The Punisher,” “Elementary,” “The Path,” “Person of Interest,” “The Blacklist,” “The Americans,” “Blindspot,” and “The Sopranos.”

Baize Buzan (Ensemble). Broadway debut. New York: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Smith Street Stage). Regional: Failure: A Love Story (Victory Gardens Theater), Arcadia (Yale Repertory Theatre), Fat Pig (Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s First Look), Rich and Famous (Jackalope Theatre Company). Film: Speed Dating. Television: “Chicago Fire,” “Sirens.” Education: BA, Vassar College; MFA, Yale School of Drama.

Rosalyn Coleman (Ensemble). Broadway credits include Travesties, The Mountaintop, Radio Golf, Seven Guitars, and The Piano Lesson. Off-Broadway: Breakfast with Mugabe, Zooman & The Sign, War, The Sin Eater, Everybody’s Ruby, and Major Crimes. Film credits include Father’s Day, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Twelve, Frankie & Alice, Brooklyn’s Finest, Brown Sugar, Vanilla Sky, Our Song, The Opportunists, and The Window. Television credits include “Elementary,” “White Collar,” “Nurse Jackie,” and “New Amsterdam.”

Gene Gillette (Ensemble). National tours: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, War Horse. Additional theater credits include Pushkin, Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet, As You Like It, and A Streetcar Named Desire. He has appeared on multiple television shows including “Quantico,” “The Good Wife,” “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” “Ringer,” “Madam Secretary,” “Instinct,” and “Law & Order: SVU.” Gene received his MFA in classical acting from George Washington University and his BFA in acting from University of Colorado, Boulder.

Steven Lee Johnson (Ensemble). Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: Nantucket Sleigh Ride (Lincoln Center). Regional: Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Indecent (Yale Repertory Theatre), Mary’s Wedding (Chester Theatre Company), Clybourne Park, Uncle Vanya (Guthrie Theater). Television: “Chicago Fire,” “Masterclass.” Film: Undercover Brother 2 (upcoming). Education: BFA, University of Minnesota/Guthrie; MFA, Yale School of Drama.

David Manis (Ensemble). Broadway: Straight White Men, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, War Horse, Exit the King, The Coast of Utopia, A Free Man of Color, Henry IV, The Rivals, Arcadia, Morning’s at Seven, Abe Lincoln in Illinois. Off-Broadway: The Government Inspector, Our Town, and four productions with Shakespeare in the Park. Regional: Guthrie Theater, Mark Taper Forum, The Old Globe, The Acting Company, and many others. Television: “Monk,” “Frasier,” “The King of Queens,” “The X-Files.”

Aubie Merrylees (Ensemble). Broadway debut. National tours: Hamlet, Saint Joan (Bedlam). Regional: Hand to God (Philadelphia Theatre Company), The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Yale Repertory Theatre), Stupid Fucking Bird, At the Old Place, Charlotte’s Web (Arden Theatre Company), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, End Days, Stargirl (People’s Light), The Aliens (Theatre Exile), and The Liar (The Lantern). Education: BA, Brown University; MFA, Yale School of Drama.

Geoffrey Allen Murphy (Ensemble). Broadway: The Nance, War Horse. Off-Broadway: Days to Come. Other New York: The Tempest. Regional: Two River Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, Chautauqua Theater Company, Barrington Stage Company, Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, among others. Television: “Law & Order: SVU,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “The Blacklist,” “Forever,” “Gotham.” Training: The Juilliard School. 

Luke Smith (Ensemble). Broadway: American Son, Significant Other. Off-Broadway: Significant Other, Hit the Wall, The Caucasian Chalk Circle. First national tour: Peter and the Starcatcher. Regional: American Son (World Premiere); Taking Steps; Light Years; One Man, Two Guvnors. Film: Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, Freedom. Songwriter for musical group, Awning.

Rebecca Watson (Ensemble). Broadway: By Jeeves. New York: The Cocoanuts, Hercules. Regional credits include The Realistic Joneses (A.C.T.); To the Lighthouse (world premiere, Berkeley Repertory Theatre); Old Times (Shakespeare Theatre Company); And the Curtain Rises (world premiere, Signature Theatre); and 1776, Me and My Girl (Goodspeed Opera House). Film: Rapid Eye Movement, The Foster Portfolio, Indignation. Television credits include “Instinct,” “The Looming Tower,” “High Maintenance,” “The Normal Heart,” “The Get Down,” “Difficult People,” “Flesh and Bone,” and “Law & Order: SVU.”

Yaegel T. Welch (Ensemble). Broadway: The Play That Goes Wrong. Off-Broadway: Fly, The Royale (Lincoln Center Theatre); Desire, Of Mice and Men, As You Like It (The Acting Company);The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek (Signature Theatre Company); The Piano Lesson (Seattle Repertory Theatre); The Revenger’s Tragedy (RedBull Theatre). Regional: The Brothers Size, the Piano Lesson (Seattle Repertory Theatre); Fences (PlayMakers Repertory Company). Welch is a resident company member at the Everyman Theatre, where he has performed in such productions as M. Butterfly, Dot, By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, The Beaux’ Stratagem, and The Brothers Size. Television: “The Blacklist,” “Braindead,” “Madame Secretary.”

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