MARK GRAHAM (Director) has partnered with Scott Robbins in the production of a number of plays, including Me and Jezebel at the Wilton Playhouse. Mark co-directed with the Wilton Playhouse production of Me and Jezebel starring Jim Bailey as Bette Davis and Kim Cozort. Ms. Cozort recently won a Curtain-Up Best Actress award for her performance in this production. Mark also directed and produced both the one person version and the current version of Jezebel in critically acclaimed Off-Broadway productions at The Ballroom and The Actor's Playhouse in New York City. Mark directed a staged reading of the musical version of Dark of the Moon at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. He has co-produced with Tony Award-winning producer, Lester Osterman, a new play development series, From Page to Stage which presented over twenty new plays including a musical version of Topper by Jerry Sterner, as well as the stage adaptation of the film, Murder in the First. In addition, Mark directed a reading of Harry and Thelma in the Woods with Rue McClanahan at the Miranda Theatre in New York City that led to a production in Florida at the Hollywood Playhouse. For the third year in a row, Mark has directed Truman Capote's Holiday Memories for The Theatre Artists Workshop. He has directed and/or produced over 50 plays and musicals. Mark is a former board member of The Westport Country Playhouse, a member of The Theatre Artists Workshop and holds an M.F.A. in directing from the University of Connecticut. In addition, he was general manager for the Queen of Off-Broadway, Lucille Lortel, at her White Barn Theatre in Westport, CT.

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