ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL - CAST / CREATIVE
Matthew Dalton Lynch (Lord 1) is a graduate of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting Conservatory. Selected Theater: Back: A Tragedy Party (Poetic Theater Productions), The Tempest (Shakespeare Under The Stars), After The Fall (Variations Theater Group), As You Like It (Shakespeare On The Sound), Two Gentleman of Verona (Shakespeare On The Sound), Let’s Play Shakespeare (Educational Tour), Film: Winter Break Worship, The Yearning Route, Solace, Family Feast, Elizabethtown, The Wolf of Wall
Patrick Foley (Lord 2) Select NYC: Chang in a Void Moon (Incubator Arts), Edward II (The Tank), Sleep No More (The McKittrick), Lake Victory (Judson Memorial Church), Moon and Marble (Brooklyn Lyceum), Dig (The Brick). Regionally: Shakespeare's R & J (Signature Theatre, VA); Wallenstein, Coriolanus (Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC). Patrick has a BFA from NYU/Tisch and will be pursuing an MFA at Yale School of Drama in the fall. www.patrickmfoley.com
Paula Galloway (Widow Capilet) is thrilled to return to Shakespeare on the Sound for All’s Well That Ends Well. Ms. Galloway has recently performed in the recent New York production of The Baker’s Wife. Credits include: Regional: As You Like It, Much Ado About Nothing, Smokey Joe’s Café, &the MTV web series, Short Comings. Thank you to Mary, Claire, Steven, Robert and the entire All’s Well clan. And thank you, always, to my support system: my family. My parents, friends and my men: Jason & Benjamin. I LOVE YOU!
David Gautchy (Lafew) Off Broadway: A Little Princess (Signature Theater Company/KOTA), Pardon My English (Musicals Tonight!). Regional: As You Like It (Shakespeare on the Sound), A Midsummer Night's Dream, Mad Forest, A Christmas Carol (Denver Center Theater Company), Sherlock Holmes And The Case Of The Jersey Lily (Cortland Repertory Theatre), Measure For Measure (Roxy Regional Theater, TN), The 39Steps (White Plains Performing Arts Center). Other Theater: The Tempest, A Bright Room Called Day, Twelfth Night, Cloud 9, Ragtime. Training: MFA, National Theater Conservatory.
Oliver Lehne (Bertram) Oliver is very excited to get to work at Shakespeare on the Sound. New York/Regional credits include Othello, Two Gentlemen of Verona and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing (Allentown Shakespeare) Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (The Seeing Place Theater). He is a graduate of Fordham University.
Lizbeth Mackay (The Countess) made her professional debut in a production of All’s Well That Ends Well at The American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford CT in 1970 and is happy to be returning to the state and the play for the opportunity to get it right. Broadway: Crimes Of The Heart (Theatre World, Outer Critics Circle and Hollywood Dramalogue Awards), The Price, All My Sons, Death And The Maiden, Doubt. Off-Broadway: The Wayside Motor Inn (2015 Drama Desk Award), Domesticated, Sons Of The Prophet, Tales Of The Lost Formicans, and others. Regional: Lewis Black’s One Slight Hitch at Williamstown, the George St Playhouse and in Wellfleet; ‘Night Mother (Elliot Norton Award), THIRD (directed by Mary Robinson), All My Sons and many more. Liz is a graduate of The Yale School of Drama, a native of Buffalo, and mom to Katie and John.
David Logan Rankin (King of France) NY Theater: Burke in "Within the Law" & Buddy Brad/Vet/Big Mike in"Resistance" at the Metropolitan Playhouse; Iago in "Othello", multiple roles in "Falstaff" & "Venus & Adonis", Autolycus in (and Music Composer for) "The Winter's Tale" & Puck/Philostrate/Snout in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at The Shakespeare Project; Edgar/Mad Tom in "King Lear" at Intar 53; Henry Livid in "The Heart of Art" at Hypothetical Theater Co. Regional: Pozzo in "Waiting for Godot" & Rosse in "Macbeth" at Urban Theater Co.; Chertkov in "Tolstoy is Dead" at Commerce Street Theater; Deputy Director in "Temptation" & Andrews in "Symphony of Idols" at DiverseWorks, Inc. Film: "Saint Janet", "The Doll", "Sane Jules Blaine", "Atlantic City Serenade", "All Flowers in Time", "Glow of a Warm Aquarium" Graduate, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, NYC. Member of SAG/AFTRA/AEA. Website: www.davidloganrankin.com
Reanna Roane (Diana) Reannais humbled and thrilled to be making her Shakespeare on the Sound debut in this beloved and wholly underrated Shakespearean comedy. Regional Credits: Words of Choice:A One-Woman Show, Ruined (Burning Coal Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (Studio 1 Theatre), Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells Batman Smells, Stuart Little (North Carolina Theatre for Young People). Education: BFA in Acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Griffin Stanton-Ameisen (Parolles) is super excited to be working with Shakespeare on the Sound for the first time! He spent the last four summers at the Delaware Shakespeare Festival where, most recently, he had the great opportunity to play Hamlet. Recent credits: Burns in Penelope (Inis Nua Theatre) and Watson in The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence (Azuka Theatre).Education: BA in Theatre, Temple University, MFA in Performance, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Griffin is the Artistic Director of Revolution Shakespeare, based in Philadelphia. For more info check out revolutionshakespeare.org and griffinsa.com. All my love to D!
Mark Weatherup Jr. (Interpreter) Mark is thrilled to be making his Shakespeare on the Sound debut! Previous credits include: Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew (NYU-Stella Adler), Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing (Syracuse Shakespeare Festival), French Solider in Henry V (NY Classical Theatre), and many more. Outside of acting, Mark enjoys doing the NY Times crossword, trying to make his wonderful girlfriend laugh, and hopelessly cheering for the New York Knicks. Thanks to (insert your name here) for coming out to the show!
Katie Wieland (Helena) is so excited to be back again with Shakespeare on the Sound having previously performed in Two Gentlemen of Verona and As You Like It. Other theatre credits include Anne Boleyn in Henry VIII at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey and Ensemble in the Public Theatre's Shakespeare in the Park production of All's Well That Ends Well. Katie is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. Thanks to SOTS for having her back!
Sadie Andros (Ensemble) is a rising senior at Vanderbilt University where she is studying Theatre, Public Policy, and English. She is a Westport, CT native, and has also studied acting at Ithaca College and LAMDA. Her favorite past roles include Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing and Isabella Bird/Win in Top Girls.
Meredith Casey (Ensemble) is a rising junior at the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program. She was seen this year in the University of Minnesota's August: Osage County and The Comedy of Errors. She is very excited to be joining the cast of All's Well That Ends Well, and hopes you all come see the Apprentice Company pre-show!
Trevor Hayes (Ensemble) is pumped to be a part of the 2015 Acting Apprentice Company and All’s Well That Ends Well! He currently attends NYU Tisch School of The Arts majoring in Drama at The Stella Adler Studio. In The fall he will be making his NYU Mainstage debut! Past Roles: My Children, My Africa, (Thami), King Lear (Edmund), South Pacific (Capt. George Brackett).
Jake Harris Goldstein (Lavache) Jake is thrilled to be joining Shakespeare on the Sound for its 20th anniversary season! A graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, his recent credits include FDR in American Clock, Bushy in Richard II, and Bertram in (another production of) Alls Well That Ends Well. He would like to thank the faculty at the Classical Studio and his brother, mother, and father for their constant love and support.
Jared Emanuel (Ensemble) This is Jared Emanuel's third summer working with Shakespeare on the Sound, and his first time on stage. His first year he was an education and acting apprentice, his second year was spent working as a teaching artist for the many school and summer education initiatives, and this year he was cast as Duke of Florence and ensemble. He attended Salve Regina University and got duel degree in Education and History as well as a Theatre Minor. He is absolutely mad about everything Shakespeare. Notable roles he had while in college include: Sgt. Trotter in The Mousetrap, Benedick from Much ado about Nothing, Guildenstern from Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Captain Keller in The Miracle Worker, and Einstein in Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Jared is very grateful for the opportunity to work with the SOTS team for the third year in a row. Thank you SOTS cast, crew, production team, and family. Love, hugs, and thanks to his family, teachers, and friends!
Mary B. Robinson (director) has directed ten productions of Shakespeare plays, in regional and university theatres. Her New York directing credits include Women on Fire at the Cherry Lane, with Judith Ivey; String Fever at Ensemble Studio Theatre, with Cynthia Nixon; Three Viewings at Manhattan Theatre Club; Copperhead at the WPA; and Lemon Sky and Moonchildren at Second Stage. Regionally she has worked at Arena Stage, Pittsburgh Public, Seattle Rep, South Coast Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Milwaukee Rep, and Philadelphia Theatre Company. She was Associate Artistic Director of Hartford Stage and Artistic Director of the Philadelphia Drama Guild. She was nominated for the Drama Desk Award in 1986 for her production of Lemon Sky, and won Philadelphia’s Barrymore Award for Of Mice and Men. She was the first recipient of the Alan Schneider Award for directors in 1987. For many years, she served on the board of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. She has taught directing at NYU and Brooklyn College, and her book “Directing Plays, Directing People: A Collaborative Art” was recently published by Smith and Kraus.