EVAN BERGMAN (Director) Most recently directed the New York premiere of Jack Canfora's Poetic License featuring Geraint Wyn Davies for New Jersey Rep and The Directors Company at (59E59) and the world premiere of Jack Canfora's Jericho which the New York Times called "A smart, hard - hitting drama filled with biting wit" for New Jersey Rep. The Glass House with Harris Yulin. Three IT Award nominations including best actor and best ensemble. (Theater Row Clurman) New Jersey Rep world premiere The Tangled Skirt by Steve Braunstein, (Nominated for 2011 EDGAR Award-Best Mystery/Thriller) world premier of the critically acclaimed New York and Los Angeles productions of The Director starring John Shea. The first all African American production of American Buffalo featuring Reg.E. Cathey and Paul Butler (W.H.A.T). Gryzk, (Ensemble Studio Theater Marathon). Poetic License and Place Setting (best play nomination Star Ledger) by Jack Canfora and East Coast premiere of Lemonade by Mike Folie all for New Jersey Rep. The musical, A Girl Called Dusty- world premiere (Provincetown Playhouse) and Paul Scott Goodman's musical Tiny Dancer. (One Dream) Off Broadway's original production of Bobbi Boland with Gregg Henry. Machiavelli by Richard Vetere (ArcLight). ). The workshop productions of NY Playwrights Lab Ten Ex- Lovers. Goodnight Sister, James Lapine and Some Counseling Jonathan Marc Sherman, (Cherry Lane). .Bryan Goluboff's Big Al (ArcLight), John Ford Noonan's Green Mountain Fever- world premiere (The Round Barn VT) and Florida Girls (Passage Theater NJ). And the inaugural production of As Bees In Honey Drown at the new Provincetown Theater on Cape Cod. His work has also been seen at Naked Angles, Rattlestick the Samuel Becket, West Bank, and Jane Street Theaters In Los Angeles at The Odessy, The Tiffany and Actor's Lab Theater. (FILM) Obie Award winner John Ford Noonan Dig A Hole, Find A Finger, official selection at the Palm Springs and Newport Beach International Film Festivals and Documentary for Warner Music Group and Edge recording Artist G Tom Mac. The film features Roger Daltry (The Who), Philip Bailey (Earth Wind and Fire).
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