Hello From London!

  It had been a long time since my last post, but I have been very busy this winter and lots to report! 2010 has started off with quite a flurry of activity. I began the year at the John W. Engeman Theatre at Northport on a new production of the Ray Cooney play Run For Your Wife directed by BT McNichol. You can see pictures of the production here.

  Next I headed to the beautiful mountains of Vermont and to Northern Stage for a production of David Grieg's new play Damascus. I am hoping to get some pictures of the production soon and I will post as soon as I do.

  At the end of February I joined director Johanna McKeon for a new production of Bertolt Brecht's Caucasian Chalk Circle at the New School of Drama. Johanna, scenic designer David Barber, costume designer Jacob Climer, Sound Designer Stefano Zazzera, Composer Steven Lighty, and I had a challenge with Bertolt Brecht's epic play but enjoyed bringing this work to life with the talented cast.

  I am currently in London working on the West End transfer of the Broadway revival of Hair for Kevin Adams. It has been a wonderful experience bringing the hippies of Hair across the Atlantic to invade the West End.

  I head home after our London premiere and will hopefully have plenty of news on upcoming projects for you when I get back. Until then!