Man of La Mancha



Don Quixote / Miguel de Cervantes

Philip Hernandez is the only man in Broadway history to play both Jean Valjean and Inspector Javert in Les Misérables. He debuted on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning Kander and Ebb musical Kiss of the Spider Woman, directed by Harold Prince, where he originated the role of Esteban. He also created the role of Reverend Gonzalez in the original Broadway cast of Paul Simon’s The Capeman. He has performed leading roles in national and international tours and in great plays at prestigious regional theatres. In addition, he has been a guest soloist with symphony orchestras throughout the U.S. and has recorded a very cool Latin-Jazz album with a big band. TV credits include Bull, Blue Bloods, The Blacklist, The Path, Gotham, Nurse Jackie, The Mysteries of Laura, Elementary, Hostages, Damages, Person of Interest, Law and Order, Made in Jersey, and Ugly Betty, among others. In addition to acting, he is a private audition and performance coach in NYC and teaches master classes and workshops across North America. He is most proud of his beautiful twenty-year-old daughter, Mariah, three-year-old daughter, Tallulah, and his wonderful wife, Heidi. You can find him at or on Twitter and Instagram @philip24601.


Captain of the Inquisition

Alex Gossard is making his debut at Arizona Theatre Company. He is receiving his BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Arizona, where he will graduate in 2018. He has appeared as Gomez in The Addams Family at the Arizona Repertory Theatre as well as in 9 to 5 at Village Theatre in Seattle.



Carlos Lopez recently played Mr. Krabs (The SpongeBob Musical), Billy Baba (A Bronx Tale), Gomez Addams (Addams Family Musical), Nathan Detroit (Guys & Dolls), Luther Billis (South Pacific), Moonface Martin (Anything Goes), and Hot Blades Harry (Urinetown). Broadway: Barber (Man of La Mancha), Sonny (Grease), Tommy Keeler (Annie Get Your Gun), Speedy (Wonderful Town), Mike/Paul (A Chorus Line), Pajama Game, Grand Hotel, Guys & Dolls. TV: The Sopranos, Law & Order, Guiding Light, All Fired Up, What Would You Do? Film: Brooklyn Sonnet, Stepford Wives, Death Wishes, Late Phases. Instagram: @Losman212.


Governor / Innkeeper

John Patrick Lowrie has been nominated for Gregory Awards for his work in My Fair Lady (Doolittle) at Village Theatre, directed by Brian Yorkey, and in Sugar Daddies (Ashley) at ACT, directed by Sir Alan Ayckbourn. Not only has he worked at theatres all over the country and in Europe, he won Best Actor and Best Director for an Audio Drama at the Moondance International Film Festival in 2014 for Sherlock Holmes in Hound of the Baskervilles, co-won Best Script in an Audio Drama in 2015 (The Beast of Hyndford), voiced characters in over twenty-five video games including the Sniper in Team Fortress 2; and his novel, Dancing With Eternity, won the Foreword Firsts Award for Best Debut Fiction in 2011. Before he became an actor he was a jazz fusion guitarist and composer and led the critically acclaimed acoustic guitar duo The Kiethe/Lowrie Duet for nine years. He has been married to Ellen McLain, the voice of the murderous computer GLaDOS in the video games Portal and Portal 2, for over thirty years.


The Duke / Dr. Carrasco

Leontes in The Winter’s Tale (GBS Theatre, London); Off-Broadway: El Gallo in The Fantasticks (Jerry Orbach Theater); The Most Happy Fella (NYCity Opera, Lincoln Center); Happy Hunting, Josephine’s Song (The York); This Side of Paradise (St Clement’s). Regional: Title roles: Macbeth (Los Angeles Theatre Center), Julius Caeser (Folger Theatre), Pericles (Connecticut Rep), Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Bristol Riverside); Rochester in Jane Eyre (Cincinnati Playhouse, Milwaukee Rep); Vronsky in Anna Karenina (Portland Center Stage); Mr. Knightley in Emma (Pioneer Theatre Company); Emile in South Pacific (Delaware Theatre Company); Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music (Broadway World, Carbonell Award nominations; Fulton Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre); Antony & Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, Twelfth Night (Helen Hayes Award nomination; Shakespeare Theatre, DC); Actors Theatre of Louisville; Long Wharf; St. Louis Rep; 5th Avenue Theatre; Goodspeed Opera House; Utah, Alabama, Oregon Shakespeare Festivals. Film/TV: Identical; Unforgettable; According to Jim. Training: USC; RADA.


Fermina, a Dancer

Amelia Moore began her professional dance training at the age of fifteen and began performing as a soloist at the age of seventeen. As a member of the world music group, Children of the Revolution, she toured for twelve years as a belly dance soloist, percussionist, and vocalist, performing in venues from the Paramount Theatre and Meany Hall in Seattle, to audiences of thousands in Puli, Taiwan. After moving to Istanbul to study Turkish Romani dancing, she fell in love with flamenco, co-founded Oleaje Flamenco in 2009. She now performs and teaches full time in Seattle, and travels regularly to Spain to study with some of the world’s foremost flamenco artists.


Jose, a Dancer

Jose Luis Uz, now known by the stage name “El Niño Uz,” was born in Cuba. He began his dance development while in elementary school and, at fifteen, entered the National Art School (ENA). He followed his love of flamenco to the United States and participated in various festivals and with various companies, such as as the principal flamenco dancer with Havana Night in Las Vegas. He also starred with Flamenco La Rosa, performed at the International Festival of Cante Flamenco Miami on multiple occasions, and danced in the Ernesto Lecuona Festival as a soloist. Currently, he is dancing around Miami with the Madrid Tapas y Vinos and is developing a project called Miami Flamenco Movement, which aims to feed the city with this ancient art and intangible cultural heritage. Always hoping to learn more, he has taken courses with many acclaimed flamenco artists, including Israel Galban, Mario Maya, Daniel Navarros, and, most importantly, Juan Manuel Fernandez Montoya.



Broadway: Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark, Mamma Mia!, Ragtime (Evelyn Nesbit), Show Boat, Cyrano: The Musical. National Tours: Mamma Mia! (Donna & Tanya), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Milly), The Secret Garden, The Music Of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Chicago: First Wives Club, Ragtime (Evelyn Nesbit). Regional: Mamma Mia! (Donna), Jekyll & Hyde (Lucy), Grease (Rizzo), A Little Night Music (Petra) at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera; Evita (Eva) at the Pioneer Theatre Company; Man of La Mancha, Mamma Mia!, Jekyll & Hyde, Oliver!, The Sound of Music, and others at Westchester Broadway Theatre; and Mamma Mia! (Donna) at Engeman Theater. TV: Law & Order, All My Children, with a featured performer at the 2009 Tony Awards. She received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University.


Tenorio, a Guitarist

Joaquin Gallegos comes from a family of artists and musicians. He began his music studies at age seven. He spent several years living, studying, and performing in Andalusia, with legendary Spanish artists in the neighborhood of Sacromonte in Granada and in Sevilla, learning the art of accompanying the flamenco cante and baile. He won first prize at the 2002 EXPO Flamenco Competition at the Festival Flamenco Internacional de Albuquerque and was a finalist at the 2007 II Concurso Internacional Nino Ricardo de Murcia. His first album, La Jornada, was released in 2005 and his second album, Nuevos Comienzos, was released in 2015. His fluid technical expression, deep rhythmic sensibility, and prolific composing abilities have made Mr. Gallegos a sought-after guitarist for solo performance and accompaniments for a variety of artists and as a composer for films.


Paco, a Percussionist

Adriel Zang-Perrault started playing drums at age ten, and he quickly found a love of performing. By age sixteen, he was playing professionally by with jazz bands from the New School for the Arts in Tempe, Arizona. Since then, he has recorded and performed in a variety of musical genres, including Pop, Latin, Flamenco, Metal, and Jazz with dozens of bands. His skill has been recognized both by the public – he placed in the top ten best Phoenix metro drummers in a readers’ poll – and professionals, as evidenced by his two first-place Jazz Quartet awards from Fullerton and NAU. He currently divides his time between Sedona and Phoenix and continues to produce, record, perform, and teach drums.



Miguel Mejia has been playing guitar since the age of thirteen and singing opera since 1994. He then continued his musical studies at Wichita State University and sang for four seasons as a member of the Seattle Symphony Chorale. During this time, he began to study flamenco and decided to focus on guitar and cante (singing). He formed Oleaje Flamenco in 2009 with his wife, Amelia Moore, and has performed in several productions of Lyric Opera Northwest, including Amahl and the Night Visitors, Madame Butterfly, and Rigoletto. He currently lives, performs, and teaches full time in Seattle, WA, and travels regularly to Spain to continue his flamenco studies.



Broadway: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. Off-Broadway/NYC: Return to the Forbidden Planet (Variety Arts); The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite, The Cider House Rules (Atlantic Theater Company); Le Bret in Cyrano de Bergerac (Resonance Ensemble); The Fourth Sister (Vineyard Theatre); Woyzeck (The Public). Regional: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Comedy of Errors (Hartford Stage); The Heart of Robin Hood (A.R.T.); The Arabian Nights (Arena Stage, Berkeley Rep, Kansas City Rep, and Lookingglass); Stand by Your Man (Goodspeed Opera House, Ivoryton Playhouse, Arrow Rock); and multiple productions of Pump Boys & Dinettes. Television: The Blacklist. Composer/Musician: Mr.Tucci co-wrote “Artificial World” with Julee Cruise of Twin Peaks for Wes Craven’s hit horror film, Scream. Martin Gore of Depeche Mode released their song “In My Other World” on Counterfeit 2 (EMI). The Botch-a-Cools – Mr. Tucci and his wife’s duo – play regularly around the NYC area. He was also the composer for Out of The Black and Blue web series; If You Could See: The Alice Austen Story; How to be a Good Italian Daughter… In Spite of Myself (Cherry Lane); Little Blood Brother (Backstreet Films). Awards: Certosa Award winner, Les Masque Award nominee for Best Supporting Actor in Paradise By The River (Centaur Theatre).


Juan / Barber

ATC debut. Broadway: Cyrano de Bergerac (starring with Kevin Kline). Off-Broadway: Romeo & Juliet, Measure For Measure (The Public/NYSF); Othello (TFANA); Bottom Of The World (Atlantic); Volpone, Women Beware Women (Red Bull); Macbeth, King Lear, Marat/Sade, Romeo & Juliet (Classical Theatre of Harlem); The Little Prince (Hang A Tale/The Pearl); As You Like It (Happy Few); Cyrano de Bergerac (Resonance Ensemble); and the title role in Hamlet (Teatro Circulo). Regional and International: Hartford Stage, Walnut Street Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Fools’ Theater, Wharton Salon, Barrington Stage, Shakespeare & Co., WAM Theatre, American Shakespeare Center, Long Wharf, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and the title role in Hamlet at Teatro Franco Parenti (Milan, Italy). Film: Sex & the City 2, Inside Man.


Quito / Padre

Patrick Connaghan has never been to Arizona and is grateful for the opportunity to work on such a fun show. He recently made his Broadway debut in Bandstand, where he was a standby for both brass players in the Donny Nova Band as well as a swing in the ensemble. Before that, he debuted Icon Off-Broadway through the NYMF. Regional houses include Florida Studio Theatre, Farmers Alley Theatre, and Mason Street Warehouse. BFA @ WMU. Represented by TKO.


Maria / Housekeeper

Off-Broadway: Allegro (Actor/Musician Swing/performed Marjorie), directed by John Doyle, at Classic Stage Company. Pre Broadway: Fancy – A New Musical (Fiddle Player/Pam Cupps), directed & choreographed by Denis Jones; The SpongeBob Musical (created the role of Mrs. Puff), directed by Tina Landau. National Tours: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Mrs. Snoring Man/understudied and performed Martha Watson), directed & choreographed by Randy Skinner. Regional: Heartbreak Hotel (Gladys/Ensemble/Piano, world premiere) and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Mrs. Hoallum/Fiddle Player) at Ogunquit Playhouse; Judge Jackie Justice (Jackie, world premiere), The Sound of Music (Sister Margaretta), Ruthless! The Musical (Lita Encore) and more at Pittsburgh CLO; Hello Dolly! (Ernestina Money/Dolly standby) and Funny Girl (Mrs. O’Malley) at Riverside Theatre; A Christmas Story – The Musical (Miss Shields/Head Elf) and Mamma Mia! (Rosie) at Capital Repertory Theatre; The Music Man (Ethel Toffelmier) at KCStarlight. Proud member of AEA.



Ana Marcu most recently appeared as Brenda Walsh in 90210, The Musical! at Broadway Playhouse in Chicago. Off-Broadway: Georama: An American Panorama Told on 3 Miles of Canvas, Joe Schmoe Saves the World (NAMT); Bunny in A Warehouse (Access Theatre Workshop). Regional and Tours: Dyanne in Million Dollar Quartet (Norwegian Cruise Lines); Amiens & Hymen in As You Like It and Ensemble in Georama (The Great River Shakespeare Festival); Tiger Lily in Peter Pan and Tammy in Hairspray (Syracuse Stage); Ring of Fire and Baby (Infinity Theatre Company); Gracie Shinn in The Music Man (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). Graduate of Syracuse University with a BFA in Musical Theater. Website: Instagram: @a_marcu



Max Protzen is pleased to be making his ATC debut. He is a student at the University of Arizona in the BFA acting program. His previous credits include the Ensemble in Evita (Arizona Repertory Theatre); Ensemble in Africa (In Strange Company, New York Premiere); Dick in The Bat (Theatre Rhinoceros); Kerchak in Tarzan (Play Conservatory).



Credits include: The River Bride (Arizona Theatre Company); Twelfth Night, Born Yesterday, and Epic Proportions (Arizona Repertory Theatre); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Boeing Boeing, Rumpelstiltskin, and Anonymous (Mesa Community College). Ms. Salazar is currently in her senior year at the University of Arizona, where she is seeking a degree in the BFA Acting program at the College of Fine Arts: School of Theatre, Film & Television.

Creative Team



Credits include: The Most Happy Fella, My Fair Lady, Miss Saigon, Buddy, A Chorus Line, The Sound of Music (5th Avenue Theatre); Buyer & Cellar (Seattle Rep); Now, Now, Now (On The Boards); The Legend of Georgia McBride (ACT); Torso by Keri Healey (American Theatre Critics new play award); Hay Fever (Peterborough Players); The Neverending Story (World Premiere), Junie B. Jones, and Bunnicula (Seattle Children’s Theatre); Man of La Mancha and Once On This Island (Village Theatre). Other regional: Ordway Theatre, Casa Mañana, North Carolina Theatre, Pioneer Theatre, and Portland Stage Co.



Kathryn Van Meter is a Seattle based director, choreographer, and actress. She is honored to return to ATC, where she choreographed the award-winning Fiddler on the Roof, Xanadu, and Next to Normal. Recent credits include directing Into the Woods (Village Theatre) and choreographing the world premiere of Mario and the Comet (Seattle Children’s Theatre). Ms. Van Meter is a three-time Gregory Award Nominee and winner for her work on Mary Poppins. Her choreography recently debuted on television with the Netflix Original Series 13 Reasons Why, and at the Seattle Opera with The Magic Flute. In 2016, Ms. Van Meter worked with the US Department of Labor to develop the national definition for the occupation of “Choreographer.” Next up, Ms. Van Meter will be joining Spectrum Dance Theatre playing Margaret Mead in their touring production of A Rap on Race. She is a proud member of SDC and AEA.


Music Supervisor

Tim Symons is delighted to return to Arizona Theatre Company after rocking the keytar onstage in Xanadu (2014). Based in Seattle, Mr. Symons is the resident music director at Village Theatre, where he has served as music director/music supervisor on 50+ mainstage productions over 15 seasons, including Into the Woods, Billy Elliot, The Who’s Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Show Boat. Other credits: Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion: The Musical (5th Avenue), Assassins (ACT/5th Avenue), and work at all of the major Seattle houses. Mr. Symons composes and performs with Seattle jazz trio Fawcett, Symons & Fogg.


Associate Music Director, Arranger

Greg Fulton is honored to work for Arizona Theatre Company. Previous accomplishments include: String and Cubamor (Village Theatre); Lyle the Crocodile, Dick Wittington and His Cat, Junie B. Jones (Seattle Children’s Theatre); The Buddy Holly Story (5th Avenue Theatre).


Scenic Designer

William Bloodgood returns to Arizona Theatre Company for his fifth production, having last designed the scenery for Bad Dates in 2005. Well known in American regional theatres, he has worked for many, including Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the Alley Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Denver Center Theatre Company, the Guthrie Theater, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre, the Old Globe Theatre, Portland Center Stage, Seattle Repertory Theatre, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where he has designed the scenery for 150 productions. In 2011, he was honored to design the United States national exhibit for the Prague Quadrennial of Performance and Space Design. He is the recipient of many awards for his designs, including the Oregon Governor’s Award for the Arts in 2002. Currently, he is a professor of scene design at the University of Texas at Austin.


Costume Designer

Melanie Burgess has designed costumes for over 165 productions at: Seattle Opera, Seattle Repertory Theatre, 5th Avenue Theatre, ACT, Intiman Theatre, Village Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company, New Century Theatre Company, Seattle Theatre Company, Strawberry Theatre Workshop, Taproot Theatre, Tacoma Actors Guild, and The Empty Space. Regionally for: the Guthrie, Cincinnati Playhouse, Playmakers, Arizona Theatre Company, Minneapolis Children’s Theatre, Tantrum Theater, Idaho Theater for Youth, Honolulu Theatre for Youth, and Hawaii Opera. Ms. Burgess received her MFA from the University of Washington. She is the recipient of the Gregory Award for Outstanding Costume Design 2010, has received seven Seattle Footlight Awards for her work, and was featured in Seattle Magazine in 2011. She is a member of USA Local 829.


Lighting Designer

New York: Broadway: The Constant Wife (Roundabout Theatre Company, American Airlines Theatre); Off-Broadway: X, Julius Caesar (The Acting Company Tour/New Victory Theater); The Liar (CSC); Nat Turner In Jerusalem, Forever, Oedipus at Palm Springs (New York Theatre Workshop); My Mother Has 4 Noses (Duke); Bauer (59E59), The Morini Strad, Olive And The Bitter Herbs, Buffalo Gal (Primary Stages); Good Television, The New York Idea (Atlantic Theater Company); Kindness, Blue Door, The Busy World Is Hushed (Playwrights Horizons); Finn, Mabou Mines’ Dollhouse, Red Beads (Mabou Mines); Violet Fire (BAM Next Wave Festival). Regional: ACT Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cleveland Play House, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Center Theatre Group, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Geva Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Portland Center Stage, Portland Stage Company, Virginia Stage Company, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Pioneer Theatre, Playmakers Repertory Company, LA Opera, Philadelphia Orchestra. Upcoming: The Diary of Anne Frank (Cleveland Play House); Until The Flood (Rattlestick, Milwaukee Rep, Goodman); Top Girls (Huntington Theatre). Training: Yale School of Drama. Faculty: NYU Tisch School of the Arts.


Sound Designer

Abe Jacob returns to ATC, where he was Sound Designer for Fiddler on the Roof, Snapshots, Xanadu, Next to Normal, Backwards in High Heels, [title of show], Hair, The Pajama Game, The Pirates of Penzance, The Fantasticks, The Gershwins’ Fascinating Rhythm, and Five Guys Named Moe, among others. His designs include the original Broadway productions of Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar, Pippin, Chicago, A Chorus Line, The Act, Evita, Cats, Dancin’, Big Deal, Black and Blue, and RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles. A native of Tucson, his initial contribution to the performing arts was the creation of the concert sound for such legendary artists as Jimi Hendrix, The Mamas and the Papas, Peter, Paul and Mary, and the historic rock celebration, The Monterey Pop Festival. He is the recipient of the 2016 LDI Award for Lifetime Achievement in Theater Sound Design. Mr. Jacob also teaches sound design master classes and has mentored generations of Broadway’s top theatrical sound designers.


Associate Lighting Designer

William Kirkham is an award-winning Lighting Designer for theatre and live events. He recently resettled to Tempe, AZ, to work as a visiting professor at Arizona State University. Local credits include: The Yellow Boat, Pete – The Return of Peter Pan, Girls Who Wear Glasses (Childsplay); Calendar Girls (Phoenix Theatre), and eleven productions with Arizona Broadway Theatre. Regional credits include Alliance Theatre, Arena Stage, ArtsWest Playhouse, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Contemporary American Theater Festival, The Hypocrites, Lookingglass Theatre Company, Portland Center Stage, Sideshow Theatre, South Coast Repertory, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. William attended Northern Arizona University, Northwestern University, and is a proud member of USA Local 829.


Casting Director

Geoff Josselson, CSA, is a New York-based casting director whose work includes productions for Broadway, off-Broadway, and major New York and regional theatre companies, including Arena Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Barrington Stage Company, Bay Street Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Cleveland Play House, Denver Center, Marriott Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, The Old Globe, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Paramount Theatre, Public Theater, San Francisco Symphony, Sharon Playhouse, and The York Theatre Company. He is responsible for casting the Broadway production of The Velocity of Autumn, starring Estelle Parsons, and many other acclaimed New York productions, including Southern Comfort, Yank!, Enter Laughing, Pretty Filthy, John and Jen, Himself and Nora, Sex Tips…, Altar Boyz, Septimus, Clarissa, and National Tours for Disney and Nickelodeon. For more information, please visit


Assistant Stage Manager

Timothy Toothman is the Artistic Associate at ATC and has also stage managed 20 ATC productions since the 2002/03 season, most recently King Charles III, Fences, and Wait Until Dark. He has also stage managed ATC co-productions at Geva Theatre Center, Kansas City Repertory Theatre and San Jose Repertory Theatre. Mr. Toothman spent five seasons as the Production Stage Manager for the Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, NY, and was then Company Manager
for five years for Sunshine Too, a national touring ensemble of deaf and hearing actors. He has also managed producing and presenting theatres in Indiana and Maryland. Prior to moving to Arizona, Mr. Toothman spent eleven years as a program and grants director for the Maryland State Arts Council and the Connecticut Commission on the Arts. Mr. Toothman stage managed the National Heritage Awards Program for the National Endowment for the Arts for ten years and was the Production Stage Manager for six seasons at the Vineyard Playhouse on Martha’s Vineyard.


Vocal and Dialect Coach

Micha Espinosa is an Arizona-based artist, activist, teacher, and vocal coach. She has performed and taught voice, speech, and acting globally since 1992. Associate Professor (BFA, Stephens College; MFA Acting, U.C. San Diego) of Voice/Acting at Arizona State University; master teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework (FV) / Director of Diversity for FV Institute; award-winning editor for the book Monologues for Latino Actors; and an affiliate artist with La Pocha Nostra.


Fight Choreographer

Brent Gibbs is very happy to return to ATC, where he has served as Fight Choreographer for multiple productions over the years, including Romeo and Juliet, Disgraced, and Fences, to name a few. Mr. Gibbs heads the BFA Acting Program at the University of Arizona, where he teaches acting and stage combat. He is a certified teacher and fight director with the Society of American Fight Directors, and he has gained recognition as an advanced actor/combatant by The Society of British Fight Directors and Fight Directors Canada. He has taught stage combat workshops around the country and at the International Theatre School Festival in Amsterdam and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. In Tucson, he also serves as Artistic Director for The Arizona Repertory Theatre, where he will direct The Merchant of Venice this spring.


Stage Manager

Bruno Ingram has worked as a professional stage manager since 1998 for a number of companies. ATC: The River Bride, Ring of Fire, Talley’s Folly, The Underpants, Anna in the Tropics, Macbeth, Pride and Prejudice, Hank Williams: Lost Highway, Ella, To Kill a Mockingbird, Somebody/Nobody, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Woody Guthrie’s American Song, and The Mountaintop. Other regional credits include productions at Cleveland Play House, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Penumbra Theatre Company, Dallas Theater Center, Pasadena Playhouse, and Theatre for a New Audience.


Assistant Stage Manager

Glenn Bruner is in his 21st season at ATC, where he has stage managed over 60 productions, including Chapter Two, La Esquinita USA, An Act of God, Of Mice and Men, Romeo and Juliet, Other Desert Cities, The Mountaintop, Clybourne Park, The Sunshine Boys, Next to Normal, The Great Gatsby, Hair, and the world premieres of Rick Cleveland’s Five Presidents, Jeffrey Hatcher’s Holmes and Watson, Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club, and Ten Chimneys, and Steven Dietz’s Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, Rocket Man, Inventing van Gogh, and Over the Moon. Mr. Bruner has worked at Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Alley Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Pasadena Playhouse, Centerstage, Studio Arena Theatre, and Maine’s Portland Stage Company. He was the Assistant Stage Manager for the world premiere of On the Waterfront at The Cleveland Play House and stage managed the Off-Broadway premiere of Alan Ayckbourn’s Season’s Greetings. He has been the voice for many radio and television commercials, and worked on-air for Texas Public Radio in his hometown of San Antonio. For the past nineteen summers Mr. Bruner has been a member of the entertainment production staff for Major League Baseball’s All Star FanFest. He was the 2012 recipient of the Lucy Jordan Recognition Award, presented annually by the Western Region of Actors’ Equity Association. Mr. Bruner has been a member of AEA since 1981.