STURGIS WARNER (Director) Sturgis Warner is happy to be returning to New Jersey Rep where he directed staged readings of Michael Allegra's Housewarming and Lucy and the Conquest by Cusi Cram. Productions include A Number by Caryl Churchill (Adirondack Theatre Festival), two Bernarda Alba plays by Oscar Colon, The Last of Bernarda (Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, 2006 HOLA Awards: Best Play, Best Ensemble) and Becoming Bernarda (PRTT, ACE Award: Best Production, 2002), Ian Cohen's Lenny & Lou (29th Street Rep), Fuente by Cusi Cram (Barrington Stage), ten-minute plays by Craig Wright, Jeffrey Essmann and Saïd Sayrafiezadeh at the Humana Festival (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Swimming With Sturgeon by Ezra Goldstein (Abingdon Theatre Company), Ted LoRusso's Prelude to the First Day (Emerging Artists), Robert Mitchell's Vincent Van Gogh musical, Vincent (Wings Theatre), Adam Rapp's Dreams of the Salthorse (Encore Theatre, San Francisco), The Mooncalf by Elisabeth Karlin (Abingdon Theatre Company), All Fall Away by Saïd Sayrafiezahdeh (Immigrant Theatre Company), Gordon Dahlquist's The Secret Machine (Twilight Theatre Company), and suits by Michael John Garcés (Twilight). A long time actor, he works with many playwrights developing new scripts and projects. Member of New York Theatre Workshop's Usual Suspects, very active with The Lark Play Development Center.

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