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The Christians

By Lucas Hnath
Directed by Kent Thompson
Jan 27 - Feb 26, 2017
• DRAMA • PLAY WITH MUSIC
Run Time: Approximately 90 minutes with no intermission
Ticket Price: Varies by date and availability
Age Recommendation: High school+
Advisory: None

TOP 10 OF 2015 – Critics’ Pick – a “terrific new play about the mystery of faith by Lucas Hnath – one of the freshest playwriting voices to emerge in the past five years.” – The New York Times

Pastor Paul inspires faith in the members of his growing congregation through his preaching. But when he brings up unexpected questions during a sermon, his changing perspective may ask too much of his followers. Featuring live music at every performance, The Christians is an intimate look at the moments that define who we are and what we believe. This New York Times critics' pick is "a terrific new play...from one of the freshest playwriting voices to emerge in the past five years."

The Christians: 'The play is a pathway to empathy'
“A church is a place where the invisible is — at least for a moment — made visible. The theatre can be that too.” Read More
Creative Team Perspectives
Creative Team Perspectives
Jan 27 | 6:00pm

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Cast Perspectives
Cast Perspectives
Feb 7 | 6:30pm
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Perspectives: Higher Education Advisory Council
Perspectives: Higher Education Advisory Council
Feb 12 | 1:30pm
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ASL & Audio-Described Matinee
ASL & Audio-Described Matinee
Feb 12 | 1:30pm
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Perspectives: Theatre & Theology
Perspectives: Theatre & Theology
Feb 14 | 6:30pm

Join Pastor Dan Bollman of the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Lutheran Synod after the performance to examine each show through a theological lens.

 

The Christians: What audiences are saying

The Christians: Audience Mythbusters

The Christians- 2016-17 Theatre Company Season
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Meet the cast: Krystel Lucas (Elizabeth)
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Meet the Cast: Caitlin Wise (Congregant Jenny)
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Photos: Opening night of 'The Christians'
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Perspectives: On coffee, conflict and The Christians
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Believers Vs. Believers in Lucas Hnath’s ‘The Christians’
“My mother is an ordained minister, so I grew up, certainly, in that world. And I felt there was something missing in how Christianity tends to be represented onstage.”

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~Lucas Hnath for American Theatre Magazine

Church Splits Are Hell. This Play About One Isn’t.
“[Hnath writes] with so much integrity that he avoids taking sides in the debate at all, while not downplaying the seriousness of the issue…One can only hope there’s a lot more of this to come.”

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~Alissa Wilkinson for Christianity Today

So ‘The Christians’ Walks Into a Jewish Theatre…
“Hnath’s play is no altar call, and Theater J is not having a come-to-Jesus moment. Instead, in exploring a rift between its chief pastor and his congregation over theology, management, and meaning, it delves deep into human issues and conflicts that transcend religious disputation.”

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~Rob Weinert-Kendt for American Theatre Magazine

Lucas Hnath’s ‘The Christians’ Tackles a Schism Among the Flock
“Lucas Hnath grew up in an evangelical church. His mother became a minister, and he thought he might do the same. Instead, he became a playwright, and now he’s written a knowing script about congregational tremors set off by a doctrinal dispute inside a megachurch.”

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~Michael Paulson for The New York Times

In the Moment: ‘The Christians’ at Theater J
“Please, do not let the title put you off. This is a play for all, no matter beliefs or non-beliefs…The Christians shows universal issues with common roots. It is America with its many different religions and faiths. It makes great theater.”

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~David Siegel for DC Metro Theater Arts
Anthony Adu
Anthony Adu, Choir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Regional/local: Tartuffe (Arvada Center), Porgy and Bess (Aurora Fox), To Kill A Mockingbird (Spotlight Theatre), How the Cookie Crumbled: Musical Reading (Aurora Fox), Psycho Beach Party (Crossroads Theatre), The Golden Years (Avenue Theatre). Training: currently pursuing B.A. in Theatre at the University of Denver.
Steve Brady
Steve Brady , Jay
At the Theatre Company: All The Way. Broadway: Inherit The Wind with Christopher Plummer. Other Theatres: Title role in Freud’s Last Session (Riverside Theatre); Anything Goes opposite Sally Struthers (Gateway/Ogunquit Playhouse); the studio Chief in Singin’ In The Rain (Northshore Music Theatre); and a grumpy, dying Irishman in Outside Mullingar (TheatreWorks Silicon Valley). TV/Film: “Law & Order,” “Law & Order CI,” “Seinfeld,” “Beverly Hills, 90210” and others.
Venus Cruz
Venus Cruz, Choir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Venus Cruz is a Denver based vocalist and radio host who’s opened for artists such as Grammy winning Gregory Porter, Grammy-nominated Hiatus Kaiyote, Black Thought (The Roots), Saul Williams, Al Green, Vieux Farka Toure, Tinariwen and Bishop Desmond Tutu, to name a few. Awards: 2012 Westword Best R&B Vocalist Award.
Brandon Joseph
Brandon Joseph, Choir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. New York:  Sondheim’s 70th (Essential Voices at Carnegie Hall). Colorado: I AM ALIVE (Original Production at the Newman Center, LA Tour), Siren Song: A Pirate’s Odyssey (Buntport Theater), Curious New Voices (Curious Theater), Shrek the Musical (Inspire Creative at the PACE CENTER), Madame Butterfly (Ellie Caulkins Opera House), Pirates of Penzance, Titanic (UNC). Regional: A Night With Bill Russell - Soloist (Matthews Opera House).
Kevin Kilner
Kevin Kilner, Pastor Paul
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: The Glass Menagerie (with Julie Harris, Dir. Frank Galati). Off-Broadway: Dinner With Friends (Pulitzer Prize, Dir. Daniel Sullivan); Lemon Sky (Dir. Jonathan Silverstein). Regional:  Baltimore Centerstage (An Enemy Of The People, Dir. Kwame Kwei-Armah); NY Stage & Film (Ninety,  Dir. Maria Mileaf); Pasadena Playhouse (Defiance, Dir. Andrew Sullivan); Alley Theatre (Wait Until Dark, Dir. Scott Schwartz); Santa Fe Stages (The Cherry Orchard with Marsha Mason, Dir. Tom Moore). Film/TV: The Unattainable Story (with Irina Björklund), Paranoia (with Liam Hemsworth and Harrison Ford), Raising Helen (with Joan Cusack, Kate Hudson) “The Blacklist,” “The Good Wife,” “Happyish,” “House Of Cards.”
Cajardo Lindsey
Cajardo Lindsey, Understudy Joshua
At the Theatre Company: All The Way, A Raisin in the Sun, Just Like Us and others. Other Theatres: A Raisin in the Sun, Wait Until Dark, To Kill a Mockingbird (Arvada Center); The Whipping Man, The Brothers Size, In the Red and Brown Water, Marcus: or The Secret of Sweet, Fences (Curious Theatre). TV/Film: “Medium,” “Crash,” “In Plain Sight,” “Easy Money,” Silver City, MacGruber, Force of Execution, Assassins’ Code, Independence Day: Resurgence (2016), Shot Caller (2016), Somnio (2016). Imdb.me/cajardo Cajardo.com
Krystel Lucas
Krystel Lucas, Elizabeth
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: New York: Couriers and Contrabands (The Barrow Group), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare in the Parking Lot). Regional: Disgraced (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); Twelfth Night (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Good People (Alley Theatre and Dorset Theatre Festival); The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Old Globe); In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) (Syracuse Stage and Repertory Theatre of St. Louis); Postcards from Earth (The Guthrie); Death and the King’s Horseman, Macbeth (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). TV/Film: “Jessica Jones,” “The Blacklist.”  Training: MFA, NYU.
Robert Manning Jr.
Robert Manning Jr., Joshua
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Magic/Bird. Regional: Two Trains Running, Blues for an Alabama Sky, Othello, Macbeth and Defiance. TV work includes: “Person of Interest,” “Braindead” and “Master of None.” He would like to thank his parents and his lovely wife and children for their continued love and support. Special Awards/Training: 2008, 2010, 2012 NAACP Theatre Award Nominations. MFA Professional Acting Training Program, University of Washington.  robertmanningjr.com.
Timothy McCracken
Timothy McCracken, Understudy Paul, Jay
At the Theatre Company: A Christmas Carol, Jackie and Me, The Giver and others. New York: The Dining Room (Keen Company), Troilus and Cressida (NY Shakespeare Fest), The Sea, The Triangle Factory Fire Project (TACT) and many others. Regional: Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Geva Theatre, Capital Rep to name a few. In Colorado: CSF, Arvada Center, Curious Theatre, BETC, Local Theatre, Stories on Stage. TV/Film: “Small, Beautifully Moving Parts,” “Fishing Naked,” “Law and Order,” “Delocated.” Awards/Training: Drama Desk Award; MFA, National Theatre Conservatory.
Simone Davis
Simone Davis, Choir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Musical Director, Rocky Mountain Youth Federation. New Community SDA Church, Park Hill SDA Church (soloist and leader). Colorado Black Arts Festival (featured gospel solo artist), Heavenly Soul Cafe (featured vocalist).
Melanie Robinson
Melanie Robinson, Choir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: The Thorn Theatrical. Special Awards/Training: Living Waters Tabernacle Music Ministry, Soloist & Leader; Colorado Black Arts Festival Featured Gospel solo Artist.
Krisangela Washington
Krisangela Washington, Choir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: Tina in Sister Act (Arvada Center); Memphis (Arvada Center); Marlena Madison in The Buddy Holly Story (BDT Stage), Sarah in Ragtime (Performance Now); Nettie in The Color Purple (Aurora Fox). Krisangela is currently directing Crowns The Gospel Musical at Crossroads Theater (opening March 31st). 
Michael Williams Jr.
Michael Williams Jr., Choir
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Special Awards/Training: Texas Southern University, Music Engineer, Music Performance, Composition, Recording Artist.
Erin Willis
Erin Willis, Understudy Jenny, Elizabeth
At the Theatre Company: Frankenstein, All The Way, The 12, A Christmas Carol. Other Theatres: Memphis (Arvada Center); Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre), My Fair Lady (Cameron Mackintosh first national tour), Ragtime (Cohoes Music Hall); Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, DCPA Education); Dreamgirls (Asbury Park). NY Workshops: Amazing Grace and My Heart is the Drum. TV: “Celebrity Ghost Stories.Erin also provides vocals and keyboards for the Indie Rock Band Kenji Urada. Training: The Boston Conservatory. Thanks to Denver Center, family and friends, Radical, and John.
Caitlin Wise
Caitlin Wise, Jenny
At the Theatre Company: Tom Sawyer, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Christmas Carol, Dracula, Othello. New York Credits: Flirtation (Marvel Rep), In Loco Parentis (ART/NY). At Creede Repertory Theatre: Kind of Red, Private Lives, Our Town, August: Osage County, Harry the Great, Unnecessary Farce. At the Arvada Center: The Importance of Being Earnest, Around the World in 80 Days, Is He Dead? At Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Much Ado About Nothing and To Kill A Mockingbird. At Theatreworks: The Game of Love and Chance, Girl of the Golden West, The Liar. Training: MFA, National Theatre Conservatory.
Lucas Hnath
Lucas Hnath, Playwright
 Lucas Hnath’s plays include Hillary and Clinton, Red Speedo, A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About The Death of Walt Disney, Isaac’s Eye, and Death Tax. His work has been produced at Actors Theatre of Louisville/Humana Festival of New Plays, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Gate Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, New York Theatre Workshop, Playwrights Horizons, Royal Court Theatre, Soho Rep, Travese Theatre, and Victory Gardens. He is a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre and a New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect. He has received the Kesserling Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Whiting Award, two Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award Citations, an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best New Play, and an Obie.
Kent Thompson
Kent Thompson, Director

Kent is in his 12th season leading the Theatre Company. In Denver he directed productions of Sweeney Todd, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Other Desert Cities, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Plainsong, Eventide, Benediction, Amadeus, The Liar and Measure for Measure, among others.

Three of Kent’s major accomplishments since coming to Denver have been the creation of Off-Center (innovative theatrical experiences aimed at millennial audiences), the Colorado New Play Summit (a premier national festival for new American plays), and the Women’s Voices Fund (an endowment that supports the commissioning and development of new plays by women).

Prior to moving to Denver he was Producing Artistic Director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival for 16 seasons. Kent created the Southern Writers’ Project which commissioned and produced 16 world premieres during his tenure. He served eight years on the Board of Directors for Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and as president for three years. He has served on peer review panels for the NEA (also chair), TCG, The Pew Charitable Trust, The Fulbright Scholars Program, The Wallace Funds, The Doris Duke Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, among others.
Topher Blair
Topher Blair, Projection Designer
At the Theatre Company: Frankenstein, All the Way, As You Like It, Tribes, Appoggiatura, Lord of the Flies, black odyssey, Just Like Us. At Off-Center: How I Got Over, Lived Re-Lived, Drag Machine. Other Theatres: The Scarlet Letter (Opera Colorado).
Kevin Copenhaver
Kevin Copenhaver, Costume Designer
At the Theatre Company: Frankenstein, Sweeney Todd, Just Like Us, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, The Whale, Dracula, Mama Hated Diesels, A Christmas Carol, Noises Off, A Funny Thing…Forum, Living Out, Crowns, Fire on the Mountain, Boston Marriage, Oedipus Rex, Dirty Story, Blithe Spirit, Lobby Hero, Blue/Orange, Almost Heaven, Scapin, The Miser, Jesus Hates Me, Bernice/Butterfly, Pierre, Servant of Two Masters, Tantalus. Other Theatres: Smokey Joe’s Café; Hedwig and the Angry Inch; Dream a Little Dream; Love, Janis; regional premiere Peter and the Starcatcher (USF). Training: BA in Theatre Design, University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, Centro Maschere e Strutture Gestuali, Padua, Italy.
Richard Devin
Richard Devin, Lighting Designer
At the Theatre Company: FADE. Artistic Company Member at Curious Theatre, lighting 16 productions. At the Colorado Shakespeare Festival for 17 years as Producing Artistic Director, and 26 years as lighting designer. Designed lighting for more than 250 productions at 35 of America’s regional theatres, as well as designing Off-Broadway, in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Cairo. He was Managing Director and Designer with the Williamstown Theatre Festival for eight years and is past president of the U.S. Institute for Theatre Technology. He taught for 40 years at the University of Colorado, the University of Washington, and Temple University.
Gary Grundei
Gary Grundei, Music Director and Arranger
At the Theatre Company: As You Like It, Benediction, Death of a Salesman, Great Wall Story, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, To Kill a Mockingbird, Dracula, Eventide, Plainsong, Oedipus Rex, The Merchant of Venice, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Pierre, Hamlet, The Tempest, Macbeth, Sylvia, Taking Leave, Servant of Two Masters. Other Theatres: The Magic Theatre, Kennedy Center, New York Stage and Film, Baltimore Theatre Project, Contemporary American Theatre Company (CATCO), Naropa University, Occidental College, The Ohio State University.
Kathryn G. Maes, Ph.D
Kathryn G. Maes, Ph.D, Voice and Dialect Coach
At the Theatre Company: The Glass Menagerie, Frankenstein, FADE, The Nest, Tribes, Benediction, Appoggiatura, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Lord of the Flies, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Animal Crackers, Shadowlands, Hamlet, black odyssey, A Christmas Carol, Jackie & Me, The Most Deserving, Just Like Us, Death of a Salesman, When We Are Married, Fences. Other Theatres: Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre (Arthur Miller’s American Clock). Special/Training: Voice and Dialect Coach for numerous professional theatre companies in the United States, Head of Voice at DCPA Theatre Company 1989 to 1992. Ph.D. in Theatre Arts, University of Pittsburgh; Advanced Diploma in Voice Studies, Central School of Speech and Drama, London, England.
Paul Fouquet
Paul Fouquet, Elissa Myers Casting
Three Emmy nominations and one win, and one Peabody Award for Outstanding Contribution to Television. Over fifteen films for PBS. Theatre includes seven Broadway shows, and 26 Off-Broadway shows. Current regional casting includes Denver Center, Geva Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Magic Theatre, Arena Stage, and Arizona Theatre Company. The office has so far received 16 nominations and has won three Artios Awards for “Outstanding Achievement in Casting.”
Tyler Nelson
Tyler Nelson, Sound Designer
At the Theatre Company: The Glass Menagerie, FADE, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, The Most Deserving, The Giver, and Ed, Downloaded. Off-Center: DATE*, Square of Ice, CULT FOLLOWING season 1, The L&J&J Project, Hip-Hop Jambalaya, Wii: The Ultimate Baseball Game. Other Theatres: Applebox Theatre Company (Buried Child, Summertree). Training: Bachelor’s Degree in Sound Engineering, University of Colorado Denver.
Heidi Schmidt, Ph.D
Heidi Schmidt, Ph.D, Dramaturg
At the Theatre Company: Tribes. Other Theatres: Julius Caesar, Equivocation, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Macbeth, Richard III, The Inspector General, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Faith (Local Theater Co). Directing: Dirtyfish Theatre, CU Boulder, CSF Education, readings for Curious New Voices, Athena Project, Paragon Theatre. Other: Associate Artist (Local Theater), Adjunct Faculty (CU Boulder).
Vicki Smith
Vicki Smith, Scenic Designer
At the Theatre Company: When We Are Married, Fences, Heartbreak House, Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Dracula, Mariela in the Desert, Mama Hated Diesels, Eventide, PlainsongChristmas Carol, 29 others. Other Theatres: Children’s Theatre Company, Arizona Theatre Company, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Penumbra Theatre Company, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre Louisville, Repertory Theatre St. Louis, Geva Theatre Center, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and others. Awards: Bay Area Critics Awards – Kite Runner, Execution of Justice; Dramalogue Award – Cyrano; Colorado Theatre Guild Award – Mariela in the Desert; Ovation Awards – Pierre, I’m Not Rappaport; Prague Exposition 2007.
Dr. Michael A. Williams
Dr. Michael A. Williams, Choir Director
At the Theatre Company: Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill. Other Theatre credits as Music Director: A Brief History of White Music (Vogue); Suite Moses, Amistad III (Grand Design); Sisters & the Storytellers (Black Swan’s); Dinah Was, Smokey Joe’s Café (Shadow Theatre); Southland’s (Cleo Parker Robinson); Gospel At Columbus (The Source Theater); Uncle Jed’s Barbershop (DreaMaker).
Heidi Echtenkamp
Heidi Echtenkamp, Assistant Stage Manager
At the Theatre Company: Stage Manager of the recent workshop production of Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill. Regional credits include: American Musical Theatre of San Jose (Wizard of Oz, West Side Story, Gypsy, A Chorus Line, Christmas Dream Land); STAGES Theatre (Always… Patsy Cline); Carousel Dinner Theatre (Thoroughly Modern Millie); Lone Tree Arts Center (39 Steps, Guys and Dolls in Concert, South Pacific in Concert, Sylvia); Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities (Putting it Together, Children of Eden). Other Credits: Alabama Shakespeare Festival: Stage Manager Consultant. Teatro ZinZanni: Venue Manager and Production Manager.
Randall K. Lum
Randall K. Lum, Stage Manager
At the Theatre Company: FADE. Other Theatres: Oregon Shakespeare Festival (World Premieres: Equivocation, American Night: The Ballad of Juan José, WillFul), Center Theatre Group (World Premiere: The Royale), Pasadena Playhouse, South Coast Repertory (18 Seasons over 90 productions). Some world premieres: The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabbler, Wit, Intimate Apparel, Blue Door, Safe In Hell, Three Days of Rain, Kimberly Akimbo, The Birds), The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Laguna Playhouse, American Conservatory Theatre, Berkeley Rep, California Shakespeare Theatre, Arena Stage, Seattle Rep, and TheatreWorks Silicon Valley (Resident Stage Manager).
Kent Thompson
Kent Thompson, Producing Artistic Director

Kent Thompson is in his 12th season leading the Theatre Company. In Denver he directed productions of Sweeney Todd, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Other Desert Cities, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Plainsong, Eventide, Benediction, Amadeus, The Liar and Measure for Measure, among others.

Three of Kent’s major accomplishments since coming to Denver have been the creation of Off-Center (innovative theatrical experiences aimed at millennial audiences), the Colorado New Play Summit (a premier national festival for new American plays), and the Women’s Voices Fund (an endowment that supports the commissioning and development of new plays by women).

Prior to moving to Denver he was Producing Artistic Director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival for 16 seasons. Kent created the Southern Writers’ Project which commissioned and produced 16 world premieres during his tenure. He served eight years on the Board of Directors for Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and as president for three years. He has served on peer review panels for the NEA (also chair), TCG, The Pew Charitable Trust, The Fulbright Scholars Program, The Wallace Funds, The Doris Duke Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, among others.
Charles Varin
Charles Varin, Managing Director
Charles and his team are responsible for administrative, financial and business operations related to producing the Theatre Company’s season of productions and other artistic and educational initiatives. Prior to DCPA, Charles was General Manager for Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, NY and also has worked at Glimmerglass Opera, Asolo Repertory Theatre and Florida Studio Theatre.
Jeff Gifford
Jeff Gifford, Director of Production

Jeff is in his fourth season at the DCPA and oversees every-thing you see on stage except the actors. Guiding world premieres to their first opening night is especially gratifying and Jeff has worked on more than 35 of them. Among his favorites are Dinner with Friends, The Violet Hour, The Beard of Avon, Mr. Marmalade, and the new musical FLY. Jeff holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts.

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