Time and the Conways

March 29 – May 4, 2014
(Opening Night: Thursday, April 3)
Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage
Old Globe Theatre
Conrad Prebys Theatre Center

By J.B. Priestley
Directed by Rebecca Taichman
Scenic Design by Neil Patel
Costume Design by David Israel Reynoso
Lighting Design by Scott Zielinski
Sound Design by Matt Hubbs
Vocal and Dialect Coach, Jan Gist
Casting by Caparelliotis Casting
Stage Manager, Diana Moser

The curtain rises on a gorgeous English country home in 1919 in the midst of a game of charades played by the young Conway family at a birthday party with their friends. Flash forward to 1937 in the same house: the grown children have gathered to settle family accounts in a world not so bright as it was. For this family, time is a kind of dream: their precious moments together are fleeting and brief, but their destinies are eternal. Time and the Conways, by the author of An Inspector Calls, is just the kind of theatrical gem Globe audiences love to rediscover, with the kind of sumptuous period scenery, costumes, and artistry for which The Old Globe is renowned.

In his poignant drama of the Conways and their eventful lives in Britain between the wars—a period that Globe audiences who love “Downton Abbey” will recognize—Priestley examines the driving forces of human existence: love, ambition, and most of all, time. He conjures a striking portrait of a family in which past, present, and future are inextricably intertwined.

Production Photos

The cast of J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
The cast of J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
(from left) Amanda Quaid as Kay Conway, Leanne Agmon as Carol Conway, Rose Hemingway as Hazel Conway, and Kim Martin-Cotten as Mrs. Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
Kim Martin-Cotten as Mrs. Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
(from left) Kim Martin-Cotten as Mrs. Conway, Rose Hemingway as Hazel Conway, and Amanda Quaid as Kay Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
Amanda Quaid as Kay Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
Max Gordon Moore as Ernest Beevers and Rose Hemingway as Hazel Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
(from left) Amanda Quaid as Kay Conway and Leanne Agmon as Carol Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
(from left) Max Gordon Moore as Ernest Beevers, Rose Hemingway as Hazel Conway, and Lee Aaron Rosen as Robin Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
Lee Aaron Rosen as Robin Conway and Kim Martin-Cotten as Mrs. Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
Lee Aaron Rosen as Robin Conway and Sarah Manton as Joan Helford in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
(from left) Morgan Hallett as Madge Conway, Kim Martin-Cotten as Mrs. Conway, and Leo Marks as Gerald Thornton in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
(from left) Leanne Agmon as Carol Conway, Morgan Hallett as Madge Conway, and Amanda Quaid as Kay Conway in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.
(from left) Amanda Quaid as Kay Conway and Sarah Manton as Joan Helford in J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways, directed by Rebecca Taichman, March 29 - May 4, 2014 at The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox.

Cast and Creative Team

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Leanne Agmon (Carol Conway), originally from London, is elated to return to her English roots with the Conway family. She recently starred alongside Paul Sorvino and Carolyn Hennesy in the upcoming feature film Hybrids, a comedy about a family of vampire/witches. Her other film credits include Every Word Handwritten (featured in Rolling Stone and on VH1), Acabonac Sunrise, and the Stanley Kubrick biopic Fidelio. She made her network television debut on CBS’ “Blue Bloods.” Her favorite stage credits include Irina in Three Sisters (Atlantic Theater Conservatory), Diana in All’s Well That Ends Well (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art), Rivkele in God of Vengeance and Ilse in Spring’s Awakening (Marvell Rep). A graduate of Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, Agmon trained with the Atlantic Theater Company, where she received the prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award. She was also classically trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, U.K.  
Jonathan Fielding (Alan Conway) is thrilled to be making his Globe debut. On Broadway he appeared in Pygmalion with Roundabout Theatre Company and The Seagull at the Walter Kerr Theatre. He has also worked Off Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club, Atlantic Theater Company, 59E59 Theaters, Dixon Place, and Ohio Theatre and regionally with Penguin Rep, Ivoryton Playhouse, American Stage Theatre Company, and The Public Theatre in Maine. In 2008 Fielding performed in Washington, D.C. for the grand reopening of Ford’s Theatre in The Heavens are Hung in Black, commemorating the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. Fielding is an artistic associate of Amphibian Stage Productions in Texas and a founding member of the Harbor Stage Company in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, where he spends his summers. During the winters, he teaches acting at New York University’s Steinhardt School. His television and film credits include “All My Children,” “Guiding Light,” the 2014 NBC pilot“The Odyssey,” and Miyuki. He received his M.F.A. from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers. 
Morgan Hallett (Madge Conway) has appeared on Broadway in Translations directed by Garry Hynes and Long Day’s Journey Into Night directed by Robert Falls, and her Off Broadway credits include When the Rain Stops Falling (Lincoln Center Theater) and Rebel Voices (Culture Project). Her regional credits include Quartermaine’s Terms (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Translations (McCarter Theatre Center), Love, Janis (Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Marines’ Memorial Theatre), The Ladies Man (Indiana Repertory Theatre, Geva Theatre), Vincent in Brixton (Virginia Stage Company), and A Death in the House (Alliance Theatre). Hallett spent five seasons at Denver Center Theatre Company, where her credits included Noises Off, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Lonesome West, Pierre, Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, The Cripple of Inishmaan, and Tantalus directed by Sir Peter Hall. Her television and film credits include “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “The Good Wife,” “Deception,” “Unforgettable,” Population 436, and The Reader. She holds an M.F.A. from the National Theatre Conservatory and is a regular reader for Recorded Books.
Rose Hemingway (Hazel Conway) is elated to be making her debut at The Old Globe. Most recently she could be seen on the Broadway stage playing Rosemary Pilkington opposite Daniel Radcliffe in the 50th anniversary revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Her other stage roles include Sophie Sheridan in the National Tour of Mamma Mia! and Mary Phagan in Parade (Donmar Warehouse/Mark Taper Forum). Her television credits include “The Mob Doctor” and “Blue Bloods.”   
Sarah Manton (Joan Helford) has appeared in One Man, Two Guvnors (Broadway), The Coast of Utopia and South Pacific (National Theatre, London),Baby in Dirty Dancing (West End), Einstein and Mileva (Theatre Row, New York), and Major Barbara, The Madras House, Village Wooing, and O’Flaherty V.C. (Orange Tree Theatre, London). She has toured the U.K. as Alison in Look Back in Anger, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, and Lucy in The Rivals. Her regional theatre credits include The Champion of Paribanou directed by Alan Ayckbourn, Owners (Yale Repertory Theatre),When We Are Married (Denver Center Theatre Company), Time of My Life (Pittsburgh Public Theater), and Villette (Frantic Assembly/Steven Hoggett). Her television and film credits include “Casualty” and “Doctors” for BBC, various short films, and the lead in Ayckbourn’s “Whenever” for BBC Radio 4. Manton trained at Guildford School of Acting in London.  
Leo Marks (Gerald Thornton) is delighted to be back at The Old Globe, where he appeared previously as Leo in the world premiere of John Strand’s Lincolnesque. His other world premieres include Noah Haidle’s Smokefall and Julia Cho’s The Language Archive (South Coast Repertory, Los Angeles Times Culture Monster’s year-end “Top Flight Performances”), Bill Cain’s How to Write a New Book for the Bible (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award nomination for Drama – Featured Male), Heather Woodbury’s Tale of 2 Cities: An American Joyride on Multiple Tracks (Obie Award for Performance – Ensemble), Charles Mee’s A Perfect Wedding (Kirk Douglas Theatre), and Neal Bell’s Somewhere in the Pacific (Playwrights Horizons). He has also performed at The Shakespeare Theatre Company, in Rebecca Taichman’s production of Cymbeline, Geffen Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, Intiman Theatre, Ahmanson Theatre, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, Soho Repertory Theater, Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre, and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Marks’s other awards include Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Performer of the Year in 2012, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Top 10 Leading Men in 2010 and 2011, and several L.A. Weekly Theater Awardsand nominations. He is a member of The Antaeus Company and Evidence Room and a founder of Elevator Repair Service. He also has many television credits.
Kim Martin-Cotten (Mrs. Conway) is delighted to be making her Globe debut. Her recent acting work includes Paulina in The Winter’s Tale (Hang a Tale Productions) and The Guide in Not What Happened (Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival). She was also recently nominated for a Drama Desk Award for her portrayal of Josie Hogan in A Moon for the Misbegotten (The PearlTheatre Company) and had the pleasure of covering Portia opposite Al Pacino in Merchant of Venice (Broadway). Her other work includes Goneril in King Lear with Stacy Keach (Goodman Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre Company), the premiere of Naomi Iizuka’s Ghostwritten (Goodman),andperforming all three sisters while covering the BroadwayNational Tour of August: Osage County. Martin-Cotten is also a director and recently directed productions of Death of a Salesman, Cabaret, The Taming of the Shrew, and The Dumb Waiter as well as assisting Anna Deavere Smith with her production of House Arrest: First Edition (Arena Stage). She is also one of the founding producers of Hang A Tale Productions in New York City. Her upcoming projects include Antony and Cleopatra with John Douglas Thompson and Orpheus Descending
Max Gordon Moore (Ernest Beevers) is pleased to make his debut at The Old Globe. He has performed on Broadway in Relatively Speaking, three one-act plays written by Ethan Coen, Elaine May, and Woody Allen. His other credits include Jack Tanner in Man and Superman and George Bailey in It’s A Wonderful Life (Irish Repertory Theatre), The Master Builder (Brooklyn Academy of Music), TRAGEDY: a tragedy (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), The Seagull (Cleveland Play House), Richard III, As You Like It, and The Merchant of Venice (California Shakespeare Theater), Bach at Leipzig (A Contemporary Theatre), John Bull’s Other Island (Geva Theatre), Pleasure and Pain (Magic Theatre), Private Jokes, Public Places (Aurora Theatre Company), Learned Ladies and The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Texas Shakespeare Festival), The American Song Project (The Flea Theater), and Family Alchemy (A Traveling Jewish Theatre). Moore’s film and television credits include Gods Behaving Badly, Terrors of Basketweaving, and “The Good Wife.” He received an M.F.A. at Yale University School of Drama. 
Amanda Quaid (Kay Conway) is making her Globe debut in Time and the Conways. She appeared Off Broadway at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 in Luck of the Irish, also directed by Rebecca Taichman, for which she was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award. Her other New York credits include Equus (Broadway), the U.S. premiere of Cock (The Duke on 42nd Street), The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence (Playwrights Horizons), The Seagull directed by Max Stafford-Clark (Culture Project), A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney (Soho Repertory Theater), Galileo opposite F. Murray Abraham (Classic Stage Company), The Illusion directed by Michael Mayer (Signature Theatre Company), the world premiere of Ethan Coen’s Happy Hour (Atlantic Theater Company), The Witch of Edmonton (Red Bull Theater), and The Yeats Project and Banished Children of Eve (Irish Repertory Theatre). Quaid’s regional work includes Vivie in Mrs. Warren’s Profession opposite Elizabeth Ashley (The Shakespeare Theatre Company) and Rosalind in As You Like It (Folger Theatre). Quaid teaches accents and dialects at HB Studio in addition to other teaching artist work throughout New York City.
Lee Aaron Rosen (Robin Conway) has appeared regionally in Suddenly, Last Summer and Mary’s Wedding (Westport Country Playhouse), All My Sons (Huntington Theatre Company), Barefoot in the Park (Actors Theatre of Louisville, Bucks County Playhouse), The Matchmaker (Center Stage), The Member of the Wedding (Ford’s Theatre), The Game (Barrington Stage Company), and Once in a Lifetime, Loot,and God of Vengeance (Williamstown Theatre Festival). His Broadway credits include The Big Knife and The Normal Heart, and his Off Broadway credits include Gabriel (Atlantic Theater Company), The Lady from Dubuque (Signature Theatre Company), and A Contemporary American’s Guide to a Successful Marriage c. 1959 (Cherry Lane Theatre/Soho Playhouse). On television, he has appeared in “The Big C,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Damages,” “Person of Interest,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” and “Guiding Light.” His film credits include Saving Private Ryan, Company K, the short film Lawn Care, and the upcoming features Sidewalk Traffic and The Girl in the Book. Rosen is featured in the award-winning web series “80/20,” and his voice can be heard in several Rockstar Games titles as well as in the PBS documentary series “Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle.” He received his M.F.A. from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program and is a proud volunteer at New York’s 52nd Street Project.   
  J.B. Priestley (Playwright, 1894-1984), born in Bradford, England, was the son of a schoolmaster. He served in the British Army until 1919, when he went to Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Priestley was a wartime broadcaster, second only to Winston Churchill as spokesman for England’s self-determination and faith. He wrote some 50 plays and dramatic adaptations; among the best known are his “Time” plays (Dangerous Corner, I Have Been Here Before, and Time and the Conways), influenced by the theories of J.W. Dunne; his psychological mystery drama An Inspector Calls; and his farce When We Are Married. Although more naturally a playwright, he is also well remembered for his many novels, including Black-Out in Gretley, Daylight on Saturday, Three Men in New Suits (springing from his observations of wartime life in Britain), and Angel Pavement, a romantic novel. Satirist, philosopher, humorist, time-theorist, political pundit, and entertainer, he was made a member of the Order of Merit in 1977.
  Rebecca Taichman (Director) has directed Off Broadway productions of Sarah Ruhl’s The Oldest Boy (upcoming, Lincoln Center Theater), Ruhl’s Stage Kiss (Playwrights Horizons), David Adjmi’s Marie Antoinette (Soho Rep), Kirsten Greenidge’s Milk Like Sugar (Playwrights Horizons), Greenidge’s Luck of the Irish (LCT3), Ruhl’s Orlando (Classic Stage Company), Dark Sisters with music by Nico Muhly and libretto by Stephen Karam (MTG/Gotham Chamber Opera at John Jay College), Telemann’s Orpheus (New York City Opera), Theresa Rebeck’s The Scene (Second Stage Theatre), Menopausal Gentleman (Ohio Theatre), and Rappaccini’s Daughter (Gotham Chamber Opera). Taichman’s regional credits include Adjmi’s Marie Antoinette (Yale Repertory Theatre/ART), Milk Like Sugar and Sleeping Beauty Wakes with book by Rachel Sheinken and music and lyrics by GrooveLily (La Jolla Playhouse), She Loves Me (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), The Winter’s Tale, Cymbeline, Twelfth Night, and The Taming of the Shrew (The Shakespeare Theatre Company), The Winter’s Tale and Twelfth Night (McCarter Theatre Center), Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone and The Clean House (Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company), Adjmi’s Evildoers (Yale Repertory Theatre), and The Green Violin by Elise Thoron with music by Frank London (Prince Music Theater). Taichman is currently co-creating the new piece Vengeance in collaboration with Paula Vogel for La Jolla Playhouse, Yale Rep, and Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and she will be directing Sarah Ruhl's new play, The Oldest Boy, at Lincoln Center this fall.
  Neil Patel (Scenic Design) recently designed The Old Globe’s production of The Rainmaker. This season in New York he designed Sarah Ruhl’s Stage Kiss directed by Rebecca Taichman (Playwrights Horizons). Patel’s work is well known on and Off Broadway and in regional theatres and opera houses in the U.S. and abroad. His film and television credits include “In Treatment” (HBO) and Neil LaBute’s Some Velvet Morning (TriBeCa Films).
  David Israel Reynoso (Costume Design) recently designed the Globe’s productions of Water by the Spoonful, Double Indemnity and Be a Good Little Widow. Reynoso is the Obie Award-winning costume designer of Sleep No More (Punchdrunk/Emursive). His scenic and costume design credits include Chasing the Song workshop(La Jolla Playhouse), Futurity, Cabaret, The Snow Queen, Alice vs. Wonderland, Trojan Barbie, Copenhagen, No Man’s Land, Hamletmachine, Ajax in Iraq,and Abigail’s Party (American Repertory Theater), The Comedy of Errors and Othello (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company), The Woman in Black (Gloucester Stage Company), and Dead Man’s Cell Phone (The Lyric Stage Company). His upcoming work includes Healing Wars directed by Liz Lerman (Arena Stage). His other work includes Amanda Palmer’s “Down Under” tour, Juan Son’s “Mermaid Sashimi” tour, and Gallow Green at The McKittrick Hotel.
  Scott Zielinski (Lighting Design) is based in New York and has created lighting designs for over 300 productions of theatre, dance, and opera throughout the world. His New York credits include Topdog/Underdog (Broadway), Atlantic Theater Company, Classic Stage Company, Lincoln Center Festival, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Theatre Workshop, Playwrights Horizons, The Public Theater, Signature Theatre Company, and Theatre for a New Audience, among others. Regionally he has designed at numerous theatres throughout the U.S. Internationally he has designed in Adelaide, Amsterdam, Avignon, Berlin, Bregenz, Edinburgh, Fukuoka, Gennevilliers, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Linz, London, Lyon, Melbourne, Orleans, Oslo, Ottawa, Paris, Reykjavik, Rouen, St. Gallen, Singapore, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Tokyo, Toronto, Vienna, Vilnius, and Zurich. Zielinski’s dance credits include American Ballet Theatre, American Dance Festival, Boston Ballet, Centre National de la Danse, Houston Ballet, The Joyce Theater, The Kennedy Center, The National Ballet of Canada, and San Francisco Ballet. His opera work includes Arizona Opera, Bregenzer Festspiele, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Canadian Opera Company, English National Opera, Gotham Chamber Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre, Minnesota Opera, De Nederlandse Opera, New York City Opera, Opera Colorado, Pittsburgh Opera, Royal Opera House, San Francisco Opera, and Spoleto Festival USA.
  Matt Hubbs (Sound Design) has recently designed Stage Kiss (Playwrights Horizons), Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 (Kazino, Ars Nova), Marie Antoinette (Soho Repertory Theater, American Repertory Theater, Yale Repertory Theatre), Three Pianos (New York Theatre Workshop, American Repertory Theater), How We Got On, Death Tax, and A Devil at Noon (Humana Festival of New American Plays), Futura (National Asian American Theatre Company), The Human Scale (The Public Theater), Telephone (The Foundry Theatre), Hammock, The Matter of Origins: Tea, Blueprints of Relentless Nature, and 613 Radical Acts of Prayer (Liz Lerman’s Dance Exchange), and the National Playwrights Conference (The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center). A company member of the TEAM, he has designed RooseveEvis, Mission Drift, Architecting, Particularly in the Heartland, and A Thousand Natural Shocks. He received his B.A. in Philosophy as a University Scholar at Xavier University.
  Jan Gist (Vocal and Dialect Coach) has been Voice, Speech, and Dialect Coach for Old Globe productions since 2002. She has coached at theatres around the country including Ahmanson Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Shakespeare Theatre Company, The American Shakespeare Center, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Arena Stage, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, PlayMakers Repertory Company, Indiana Repertory Theatre, American Players Theatre, and Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company. Gist has been a guest on KPBS radio’s “A Way with Words,” narrated San Diego Museum of Art documentaries, coached dialects for the film The Rosa Parks Story,and recorded dozens of Books To Listen To. She is an originating member of The Voice and Speech Trainers Association and has presented at many national and international conference workshops for them and for The Voice Foundation. She has taught workshops at London’s Central School of Speech and Drama and the International Voice Teachers Exchange at The Moscow Art Theatre. She has been published in VASTA Journals, and chapters in books include The Complete Vocal Warm-Up, More Stage Dialects, and an interview in Voice and Speech Training in the New Millennium: Conversations with Master Teachers. She is a professor in The Old Globe/USD Graduate Theatre Program.
  Caparelliotis Casting (Casting) recently cast the Globe productions of Water by the Spoonful, Bethany, The Winter’s Tale, The Few, Double Indemnity, The Rainmaker, Other Desert Cities, Be a Good Little Widow, A Doll’s House, The Brothers Size, Pygmalion, and Good People. Their Broadway casting credits include Casa Valentina, The Snow Geese, Lyle Kessler’s Orphans, The Trip to Bountiful, Grace, Dead Accounts, The Other Place, Seminar, The Columnist, Stick Fly, Good People, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, The House of Blue Leaves, Fences, Lend Me a Tenor, and The Royal Family. They also cast for Manhattan Theatre Club, Second Stage Theatre, Atlantic Theater Company, LCT3, Ars Nova, Goodman Theatre, Arena Stage, Ford’s Theatre, and three seasons with Williamstown Theatre Festival. Their recent film and television credits include HairBrained with Brendan Fraser, “Odyssey” (NBC pilot), “Ironside” (NBC), and Steel Magnolias (Sony for Lifetime).
  Diana Moser (Stage Manager) recently stage managed Bethany, Other Desert Cities, and The Brothers Size at The Old Globe. Since 2004 she has worked on over 25 shows at the Globe including August: Osage County, The Recommendation, Brighton Beach Memoirs and Broadway Bound, The Whipping Man, I Do! I Do!, Opus, Six Degrees of Separation, The Pleasure of His Company, In This Corner, the 2007 Summer Shakespeare Festival, Restoration Comedy, and The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow. Moser’s regional credits include La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Arena Stage, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, New York Theatre Workshop, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, and Arizona Theatre Company. Moser received her B.A. from Bard College and her M.F.A. in Directing from Purdue. She lives in Nova Scotia, Canada and sails on the classic wooden sailboat, Simba I. This marks her 25th year as a proud member of Actors’ Equity.
  Jennifer Wheeler Kahn (Assistant Stage Manager) has her B.F.A. in Stage Management from USC and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. Some of her career highlights include the National Tour of In the Heights, the Off Broadway production of Clara’s Christmas Dreams and regional productions of Other Desert Cities, Allegiance – A New American Musical, the 2012 Summer Shakespeare Festival, Some Lovers, Twelfth Night, Coriolanus, Cyrano de Bergerac, Working,and Six Degrees of Separation (The Old Globe), Sideways, DNA New Work Series, Little Miss Sunshine, Surf Report,and Creditors (La Jolla Playhouse), Los Angeles Philharmonic (Walt Disney Concert Hall), Urinetown, Ragtime,and Nine (Starlight Musical Theatre),The Who’s Tommy (Ricardo Montalbán Theatre), and many others.