STEWART FISHER (Director) Stewart has been a denizen of the theatre since childhood and is equally at home both on stage and behind the scenes. Some favorite roles include Charlie Dalrymple in Brigadoon, Det. Sgt. Trotter in The Mousetrap, Will Parker in Oklahoma, Sancho Panza in Man of La Mancha, the title role in Candide and the boyishly evil real estate developer, Geoffrey Bishop, in the critically acclaimed Book of James. Stewart is also a noted cabaret performer and jazz vocalist. On the production side, Stewart served as Associate Artistic Director for Evergreen Theatre in Seattle, producing Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Company and directing Is There Life After High School? Stewart was also Production Director for FantastiKids, an educational theatre company, in both Seattle and Los Angeles. Stewart's directing credits included the company's inaugural production, Ends by David Alex, Adult Fiction by Brian Richard Mori, The Girl with the High Rouge by Vincent Sessa, and many staged readings. Stewart held a degree in Humanities from Sarah Lawrence College, where he was awarded the Libby Caine Scholarship and the Joan Harrison Scholarship. He was a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.

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