(February 2005): Directed "The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?" play by Edward Albee (Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA).
Director of the Intiman Theatre.
(1993). Stage Play: The Kentucky Cycle. Written by Robert Schenkkan
. Incidental music by Jerome Ragland. Scenic Design by Michael Olich. Directed by Warner Shook
. Royale Theatre: 14 Nov 1993- 12 Dec 1993 (33 performances + 15 previews that began on 3 Nov 1993). Cast: John Aylward
(as "Dragging Canoe/Joe Talbert (1792), Rebecca's father/Judge Goddard/Patrick Rowen (1861), Jed's grandfather/Union Colonel/Gus Slocum/Doctor/Preacher/James Talbert Winston (1954), owner, Blue Star Mining Co./James Talbert Winston (1975)"), Lillian Garrett
[credited as Lillian Garrett-Groag] (as "Morning Star (1776)/Star Rowen (1792)/Star (1819)/Julia Anne Talbert (1861), Richard's daughter/Lallie Rowen (1890), Mary Anne's mother/Mother Jones"), Gail Grate (as "Sallie (1792)/Sallie Biggs (1819)/Sureta Biggs (1920), Cassius' wife/Lana Toller, Joshua's secretary"), Katherine Hiler (as "Rebecca Talbert (1792), a neighbor/Rose Anne Talbert (1861), Richard's daughter/Mary Anne Rowen (younger) (1890)/Lucy"), Ronald Hippe
(as "Zachariah Rowen (1819), Patrick's son/Randall Talbert (1861), Richard's only son")/ Carl Dawkins/Joshua Rowen Jackson (1920), son of Mary Anne"), Gregory Itzin (as "Jeremiah/Richard Talbert (1861), land owner, son of Jeremiah Talbert/J.T. Wells/Andrew Talbert Winston, a mine boss/Sheriff Ray Blanko"), Stacy Keach
(as "Michael Rowen (1775)/Michael Rowen (1776)/Michael Rowen (1792)/Ezekiel Rowen (1861), Jed's father/Jed Rowen (1890), Mary Anne's father/Gun Thug/Joshua Rowen (1954), President, UMW District #16/Joshua Rowen (1975)"), Ronald William Lawrence (as "Taskwan/Jessie Biggs, Sallie's son, also a slave/Boatman/Cassius Biggs (1920), miner/bootlegger/Franklin Biggs (1954), owner of Biggs & Son/Franklin Biggs (1975)"), Scott MacDonald (as "Patrick Rowen (1792), Michael's son/Patrick Rowen (1819)/Tommy Nolan/Silus, a miner/Scott Rowen (1954), son of Joshua and new UMW district field rep"), Tuck Milligan (as "Sam/Ezekiel Rowen (1819), Patrick's son/Jed Rowen (1861)/Tommy Jackson (1890)/Abe Steinman/Calvin Hayes, a local president in District #16/Frank"), Randy Oglesby (as "Earl Tod/Deputy Grey/Sharecropper #1/William Clark Quantrill/Tommy Jackson (1920), husband of Mary Ann/Stucky, District #16 security officer/Steve"), Jeanne Paulson (as "Joleen Rowen (1861), Jed's mother"), Mary Anne Rowen (older) (1890), Mary Anne Rowen Jackson (1920), Margaret Rowen (1954), wife of Joshua"), Stephen Lee Anderson (as "Cherokee Warrior/Rebel #2/Chuck, a local president in District #16/Ensemble"), Michael Hartman (as "Deputy O'Sullivan/Union Soldier #1/Man in the Woods/Greg, a local president in District #16/Bob Smalley, Blue Star Mine guard/Ensemble"), Philip Lehl
(as "Cherokee Warrior/Sharecropper #2/Ensemble"), Patrick Page (as "Cherokee Warrior/Rebel #1/Mackie, a miner/Gun Thug/Mike, a local president in District #16/Ensemble"), Susan Pellegrino (as "Ensemble"), James Ragland (as "Guitar Player/Banjo Player/Ensemble"), Jennifer Rohn (as "Ensemble"), Novel Sholars (as "Ensemble"), Lee Simon Jr. (as "Cherokee Warrior/Union Soldier #2/Jefferson Biggs (1954), son of Franklin/Ensemble"). Understudies: Stephen Lee Anderson
(as "Abe Steinman/Calvin Hayes/Deputy Grey/Earl Tod/Ezekiel Rowen (1819)/Frank/Jed Rowen (1861)/Sam/Sharecropper #1/Steve/Stucky/Tommy Jackson (1890)/Tommy Jackson (1920)") [Broadway debut
], Michael Hartman (as "Doctor/Dragging Canoe/Gus Slocum/James Talbert Winston (1954)/James Talbert Winston (1975)/Joe Talbert (1792)/Judge Goddard/Patrick Rowen (1861)/Preacher/Union Colonel"), Philip Lehl (as "Abe Steinman, Calvin Hayes/Carl Dawkins/Ezekiel Rowen (1819)/Frank/Jed Rowen (1861)/Joshua Rowen Jackson (1920)/Randall Talbert (1861)/Sam/Tommy Jackson (1890)/Zachariah Rowen (1819)")/Patrick Page (as "Andrew Talbert Winston/J.T. Wells/Jeremiah/Patrick Rowen (1792)/Patrick Rowen (1819)/Richard Talbert (1861)/Scott Rowen (1954)/Sheriff Ray Blanko, Silus, Tommy Nolan"), Larry Paulson (as "Ensemble"), Susan Pellegrino (as "Joleen Rowen (1861)/Julia Anne Talbert (1861)/Lallie Rowen (1890)/Margaret Rowen (1954)/Mary Anne Rowen (older) (1890)/Mary Anne Rowen Jackson (1920)/ Morning Star (1776)/Mother Jones/Star (1819)/Star Rowen (1792)"), Jennifer Rohn (as "Lucy/Mary Anne Rowen (younger) (1890)/Rebecca Talbert (1792), Rose Anne Talbert (1861)"), Novel Sholars (as "Lana Toller/Sallie (1792)/Sallie Biggs (1819)/Sureta Biggs (1920)") and Lee Simon Jr. (as "Boatman/Cassius Biggs (1920)/Franklin Biggs (1954)/Franklin Biggs (1975)/Jessie Biggs/Taskwan"). Produced by David Richenthal, Gene R. Korf
, Roger L. Stevens', Jennifer Manocherian, Annette Niemtzow, Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum (Gordon Davidson, Artistic Director. Charles Dillingham, Managing Director), Intiman Theatre Company and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Produced in association with Benjamin Mordecai.
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