MARK SHANAHAN (Director): Gaslight (Fulton Opera House), The 39 Steps (Alley Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Adirondack Theatre festival), No Way To Treat A Lady (Cape Playhouse), The Woman In Black (Penguin Rep, ATN), Butterflies Are Free (Westport Country Playhouse Script In Hand, with Blythe Danner and Jonathan Groff), The Greatest Gift (WCP, with Mr. McGillin), Women And Elephants (Michael Howard Studio Theatre). New York acting credits include the original Broadway company of The 39 Steps (The Cort Theatre); Tryst (Irish Rep, directed by Joe Brancato); The Shaughraun (Irish Rep); As Bees In Honey Drown (Lucille Lortel Theatre); Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Roundabout); The Internationalist (45 Bleecker and Fairfield Theatre); Downwinders, Lake Wanaga Macbeth,(Soho Rep); Madame Killer (Ohio Theatre); Regional theatre appearances include Journey's End (directed by Gregory Boyd), Tryst, Sedition, Around The World In 80 Days (Westport Country Playhouse); David Copperfield, (directed by Joanne Woodward and Anne Keefe); Treasure Island, Witness For The Prosecution, Harvey (Alley Theatre); and appearances at The Fulton Opera House, Hartford Theatreworks, The Denver Center Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Bay Street Theatre, Pioneer Theatre, Merrimack Rep, Penguin Rep and others. Film includes The Felix Chronicles, Safe Men, Bug, Kinsey Three, Endsville, Mad About Harry. On television Mark has appeared on David Letterman and All My Children. He is a graduate of Brown University (BA) and Fordham University (MA), where he serves on the faculty. Mark is a Connecticut Critic's Circle and IRNE nominated actor, an award winning voice over artist, and an Edgar Award nominated playwright.

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