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  • (November 2, 2010 - March 2011) He directed Simon Bent's English translation of Axel Hellstenius and Petter Næss' stage adaptation of Ingvar Ambjørnsen's novel, "Elling", at the Ethel Barrymore Theater on Broadway in New York City with Brendan Fraser, Denis O'Hare, Jennifer Coolidge and Richard Easton in the cast.
  • Mrs. Warren's Profession (2010). Comedy/tragedy (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Original Music by David Van Tieghem. Assistant Director: Alexander Greenfield. Directed by Doug Hughes. American Airlines Theatre: 3 Oct 2010- 28 Nov 2010 (65 performances + 35 previews that began on 3 Sep 2010). Cast: Cherry Jones (as "Mrs. Kitty Warren"), Sally Hawkins (as "Vivie Warren"), Adam Driver (as "Frank Gardner"), Mark Harelik (as "Sir George Crofts"), Edward Hibbert (as "Mr. Praed"), Michael Siberry (as "Reverend Samuel Gardner"). Understudies: Peter Bradbury (as "Mr. Praed/Reverend Samuel Gardner/Sir George Crofts"), Cary Donaldson (as "Frank Gardner"), Stephanie Janssen (as "Vivie Warren"), Charlotte Maier (as "Mrs. Kitty Warren"). Produced by Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director. Harold Wolpert: Managing Director. Julia C. Levy: Executive Director. Gene Feist: Founding Director).
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  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (February 4 to March 6, 2016) He directed Anthony Giardina's play, "The City of Conversation," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C.
  • (September 22 to October 29, 2006) He directed John Patrick Shanley's play, "Doubt," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Cherry Jones in the cast.
  • (September 22 to October 29, 2006) He directed John Patrick Shanley's play, "Doubt," in a Mark Taper Forum production at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
  • (May 28 to July 12, 2009) He directed David Mamet's play, "Oleanna," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
  • (September 7 to October 16, 2011) He directed Theresa Rebeck's play, "Poor Behavior," in a world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
  • (October 3 to November 30, 1997) He directed Oliver Goldsmith's play, "She Stoops to Conquer," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Mark O'Donnell wrote a prologue and epilogue. John Lee Beatty was set designer. Linda Fisher was costume designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer. David Van Tiegherm was sound designer.
  • (January 1998) He directed David Rabe's play, "A Question of Mercy," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut before transferred to London, England. The play was adapted from Richard Selzer's essay. Neil Patel was set designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Michael Chybowski was lighting designer. David Van Tieghem was sound designer.
  • (March 1 to April 19, 1998) He directed Paul Selig's play, "Mystery School," in a world premiere at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut before transferred to New York City. Neil Patel was set designer. Linda Fisher was costume designer. Michael Chybowski was lighting designer. David Van Tieghem was sound designer.
  • (October 2 to November 1, 1998) He directed John Millington Synge's play, "The Playboy of the Western World," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Anita Stewart was set designer. Karin Kopishke was costume designer. Michael Chybowski was lighting designer. Rob Milburn was sound designer. Johnny Cunningham was composer.
  • (April 30 to June 6, 1999) He directed Oscar Wilde's play, "Importance of Being Earnest," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Hugh Landwehr was set designer. Paul Tazewell was costume designer. Donald Holder was lighting designer. Matthew Mezick was sound designer.
  • (1998-1999 season) He directed Tim Blake Nelson's play, "The Grey Zone," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut. Neil Patel was set designer. Catherine Zuber and Fabio Toblini were costume designers. Michael Chybowski was lighting designer. David Van Tieghem was sound designer.
  • (March 8 to April 9, 2000) He directed Anthony Giardina's play, "Black Forest," in a world premiere at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Hugh Landwehr was set designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Michael Chybowski was lighting designer. Matthew Mezick was sound designer.
  • (1999-2000 season) He adapted and directed Henrik Ibsen's play, "Hedda Gabler," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut. Neil Patel was set designer. Catherine Zuber was costume designer. Michael Chybowski was lighting designer. David Van Tieghem was sound designer.
  • (2000-2001 season) He directed Richard Wilbur's translation of Moliere's play, "The Bungler," in an American premiere at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Neil Patel was set designer. Linda Fisher was costume designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer. Matthew Mezick was sound designer.
  • (2000-2001 season) He directed Donald Margulies' play, "The Model Apartment," at the Long Wharf Theatre (Stage II) in New Haven, Connecticut. Neil Patel was set designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Michael Chybowski was lighting designer. David Van Tieghem was sound designer.

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