Production Dramaturgy


The Roads to Home (by Horton Foote, dir. by Michael Wilson),

     Primary Stages @ The Cherry Lane Theater, 2016.

The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore (by Tennessee Williams, dir. by Michael Wilson),

     Roundabout Theatre @ Laura Pels Theatre, 2011.

The Orphans’ Home Cycle (by Horton Foote, dir. by Michael Wilson), 

     Signature Theatre, 2009.

Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Chicago, IL

The King's Speech  (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2019 

      North American premiere prior to tour

American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA

The Night of the Iguana (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2017

The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Slobodan Unkovski), 1990

In Twilight (dir. by Tina Landau), 1990

The Miser (dir. by Andrei Serban), 1990                                           

Mastergate (dir. by Michael Engler), 1989

Twelfth Night (dir. by Andrei Serban), 1989

Platonov (dir. by Liviu Ciulei), 1988

PanOpera, Northampton, MA

La Traviata (dir. by Michelle Hendrick), 2018

University of Connecticut Opera Theater, Storrs, CT

The Lantern Marriage and Suor Angelica (dir. by Michelle Hendrick), 2018

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

Refugee (premiere by Milan Dragicevich, dir. by Nikita Milivojevic), 2016

Hungry Hill (by Carole Gaunt, dir. by Kara-Lynn Vaeni), 2013. Workshop and staged reading

     of adaptation of Gaunt’s autobiographical book.

Hartford Stage, Hartford, CT

Breakdancing Shakespeare: Taming of the Shrew  (dir. by Aurelia Clunie) 2015

Breakdancing Shakespeare: Love’s Labor’s Lost  (dir. by Nina Pinchon) 2014

Breakdancing Shakespeare: Two Gentleman of Verona (dir. by Jennifer Roberts) 2013

Breakdancing Much Ado About Nothing (dir. by Nina Pinchon) 2012

The Tempest (dir. by Darko Tresnjak) 2012

The Whipping Man (dir. by Hana Sharif) 2012

Water by the Spoonful (premiere by Quiara Alegría Hudes, dir. by Davis McCallum), 2011.

     Winner of Pulitzer Prize

The Crucible (dir. by Gordon Edelstein) 2011

Snow Falling on Cedars (dir. by Jeremy Cohen) 2011

Antony and Cleopatra (dir. by Tina Landau), 2010

The Orphans’ Home Cycle (by Horton Foote, dir. by Michael Wilson), 2009. Premiere of 9-play

     cycle, co-produced with Signature Theatre, NY.

To Kill A Mockingbird (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2009

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (dir. by Lisa Peterson), 2008

The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2008

Zerline’s Tale (by Jeremy Sams from Hermann Broch, dir. by Michael Wilson), 2008. English-

     language premiere adaptation .

Chick (premiere by David Grimm, dir. by Michael Wilson), 2007

Mahalia (dir. by Jeremy Cohen), 2007

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (by Luis Alfaro, dir. by Lisa Peterson), 2007

Summer and Smoke (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2006. Production moved to PaperMill


A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2006

Floyd & Clea Under the Western Sky (premiere by David Cale, dir. Michael Wilson), 2005

Othello (dir. by Karin Coonrod), 2005

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2005

The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue (premiere adaptation by David Grimm, dir. by

     Michael Wilson), 2005

The Bay at Nice (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2004

The Mystery of Irma Vep (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2004

8 by Tenn, (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2003.  Eight one-act plays by Tennessee Williams,

     including 2 premieres.

Electra (dir. by Jonathan Wilson), 2003

Edgardo Mine (premiere by Alfred Uhry, dir. by Doug Hughes), 2002

Constant Star (dir. by Tazewell Thompson) 2002

Tea at Five (premiere by Matthew Lombardo, dir. by John Tillinger), 2002. Production

     moved Off-Broadway

The Philadelphia Story (dir. by David Warren), 2001                                                              

Baptiste (premiere by William Luce, dir. David Warren), 2001

The Glass Menagerie (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2001. Production moved to Alley Theatre and

     American Repertory Theatre                             

Oedipus (dir. by Jonathan Wilson), 2001. Premiere of adaptation developed with script

     consultant Adrienne Kennedy

Macbeth (dir. by Michael Wilson), 2000                       

Rough Crossing (dir. by Tracy Brigden), 2000                                                            

Comedy of Errors (dir. by Mark Brokaw), 2000

Enchanted April (premiere by Matthew Barber, dir. by Michael Wilson), 2000. Production

     moved to Broadway

Camino Real (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1999                

The Death of Papa (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1999                  

The Clearing (dir. by Tracy Brigden), 1999     

Long Day’s Journey Into Night (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1999           

A Christmas Carol (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1998                   

A Streetcar Named Desire (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1998

Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Romeo and Juliet (dir. by Michelle Hendrick), 2009


PlayMakers Repertory Company, Chapel Hill, NC

The Threepenny Opera (dir. by Bart Sher), 1998                                                                 

Molly Sweeney (dir. by Susie Fuller), 1997               

The Death of Papa (premiere by Horton Foote, dir. by Michael Wilson), 1996        

The Seagull (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1996

A Perfect Ganesh (dir. by Daniel Fish), 1995


The Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC

Love’s Labour’s Lost (dir. by Laird Williamson), 1995

The Taming of the Shrew (dir. by Adrian Hall), 1995                                    

The School for Scandal (dir. by Joe Dowling), 1995

Henry IV, parts 1 and 2 (dir. by Michael Kahn), 1994


Alley Theatre, Houston, TX

And Then There Were None (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1994

Tartuffe (dir. by Gregory Boyd, Michael Fields, Donald Forrest, Joan Schirle), 1994

Billy Bishop Goes to War (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1993

Hamlet: a monologue (adapt. by Wolfgang Weins, dir. by Robert Wilson.), 1993.  Workshop    

     at Watermill , NY

Macbeth (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1993

Our Town (dir. by Jose Quintero) 1993

Cyrano de Bergerac (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1993

Dancing at Lughnasa (dir. by Michael Wilson) 1993

Danton’s Death (dir. by Robert Wilson), 1992.  Premiere adaptation by Robert Auletta             The Kiddie Pool (premiere by Michael Wilson, dir. by Ron Link), 1992

The Front Page (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1992                                                             

American Vaudeville (conceived and directed by Anne Bogart and Tina Landau), 1992

Lips Together, Teeth Apart (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1992

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1992

Svengali (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1991

Other People’s Money (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1991

A Flea in Her Ear (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1991          

A Christmas Carol (dir. by Michael Wilson), 1990

As You Like It    (dir. by Gregory Boyd), 1990




From Top: The Milktrain Doesn't Stop Here Anymore @ Roundabout Theater, photo by Martha Swope; The Night of the Iguana @ ART ; Danton's Death @ the Alley Theatre , photo by Jim Caldwell;  A Misummer Night's Dream @ Hartford Stage, photo by T. Chartles Erickson; Breakdancing Two Gentlemen of Verona @ Hartford Stage; A Flea in Her Ear @ Alley Theatre, photo by Jim Caldwell; Antony and Cleopatra @ Hartford Stage, photo by T. Charles Erickson;  Now The Cats With Jewelled Claws @ Hartford Stage, photo by T. Charles Erickson; A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur @ Hartford Stage, photo by T. Charles Erickson.