Aaron Blakely

Aaron appeared at Seattle Rep earlier this season in How to Write a New Book for the Bible- a co-production with Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Other credits include Book-It Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Shakespeare Walla Walla, Southern Rep and Idaho Repertory Theatre. Film: We Need to Talk About Kevin, Frayed and We Go Way Back. Television: "Grimm." Aaron holds an MFA in acting from the University of Washington.

Suzanne Bouchard

Ms. Bouchard was last seen at Seattle Rep in Three Tall Women and By the Waters of Babylon. In 2009, she was nominated by the Rep and then chosen by the Ten Chimneys Foundation to receive a Lunt Fontanne Fellowship in its inaugural year, working with Lynn Redgrave and nine extraordinary regional actors including Ms. Staunton. Last fall she played Queen Elizabeth in Mary Stuart at ACT and Cinderella's stepmother at the Fifth Avenue Theatre.

Teagle F. Bougere

Mr. Bougere recently played the title role in the world premiere stage adaptation of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man at The Court Theater in Chicago. Mr. Bougere made his Seattle debut last season as Crooks in Of Mice and Men. Broadway: Joseph Asagai in A Raisin In The Sun and Caliban in The Tempest (with Patrick Stewart), directed by George C. Wolfe. Off-Broadway: Macbeth, Henry V, Timon Of Athens, Antony & Cleopatra (directed by Vanessa Redgrave), and Space (written and directed by Tina Landau), all with The Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival; Wings and A Soldier's Play (Second Stage Theatre); and A Fair Country at Lincoln Center Theater. Selected regional: Joe Turner's Come and Gone and Blue Door, both directed by Delroy Lindo, at Berkeley Repertory Theatre; Blue/Orange at The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California; The Good Negro at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago; Gees Bend at Hartford Stage; and Othello (also with Mr. Stewart) at The Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington D.C. He was a company member at Arena Stage in Washington D.C for five seasons, appearing in over thirty productions. Film credits include Hill and Gully (Spring 2012), A Night at the Museum, The Imposters, The Pelican Brief, Two Weeks Notice, and What The Deaf Man Heard. Television credits include: "A Gifted Man," "The Big C," "Conviction," "Cosby," "The Job," "Third Watch," "Law & Order" (seven episodes), and "Murder In Black and White."

Peter Crook

Peter Crook was most recently seen as Lord Burleigh in ACT's production of Mary Stuart. He was Doctor Larch in Book-It Repertory Theatre�s 20th Anniversary production of The Cider House Rules. Other favorite Seattle credits include: Rock�N�Roll, Stuff Happens, A Number (ACT); The Fever, The Designated Mourner (New City Theatre); Frozen (Empty Space); Buddy (5th Ave ); Richard II (Seattle Shakespeare Co); Angels in America (Intiman); The Notebooks of Leonardo, The Beard of Avon, (Seattle Rep; and a company member for two seasons). He has also performed in over a dozen shows with Seattle Children�s Theatre. Regional credits include Old Globe Theatre and New York Shakespeare Festival. On Broadway and on tour he was Mozart in Amadeus. Television and film credits include: �Designing Women,� �Max Headroom,� Chaplin, Clean Slate and Snow Falling on Cedars. He is a graduate of PCPA and The Juilliard School.

Ashton Hyman

Ashton Hyman is making his Seattle Repertory Theatre debut with Clybourne Park. A member of Washington Ensemble Theatre, he recently performed in The Mormon Bird Play, and has stage managed The Callers, Babs the Dodo, Cancer: The Musical! and Hunter Gatherers. He has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland with the TBA Collaborative in The Grind Show, which also ran in Seattle. Other Seattle credits include: Kindred Spirits (ReAct), The Connection (Sight by Sound), Shoreditch Madonna (Gesamtkunstwerk) and Pterodactyls (The Wrecking Crew). He holds a BA in Drama from the University of Washington - School of Drama. He lives in Capitol Hill with his girlfriend and fellow actor, Kate Sumpter.

Marya Sea Kaminski

Marya Sea Kaminski is a performer and a writer whose heart beats between Seattle and Brooklyn. She is thrilled to return to Seattle Rep with this extraordinary cast in Clybourne Park. Previously, she's appeared on these stages in My Name is Rachel Corrie, The Road to Mecca, and The Time of Your Life. This summer, Marya will be premiering her newest work, Riddled, an experiential rock play directed by Braden Abraham, for The Richard Hugo House. She will also be playing Hedda Gabler in Intiman Theatre's triumphant reopening season. Her acting credits include the title role in Electra at Seattle Shakespeare (directed by Sheila Daniels); Hedda Gabler in Washington Ensemble Theatre�s original adaptation entitled blahblahblahBANG! at On the Boards; Simone Alone at La Mama ETC in New York City; and The Cherry Orchard at Annenberg Center in Philadelphia. Marya has been honored with a Genius Award in Theater from The Stranger, a Seattle Gregory Award for Outstanding Actress, �Artist of the Year� by Seattle Magazine, as well as �Best Local Stage Actor� by the readers of the Seattle Weekly. Her plays and essays have been published in Rivet Magazine, msn.com, KNOCK Magazine, Seattle City Arts Magazine and The New York Theatre Review. Marya is the founder of the YesYesNow Conspiracy. More at maryaseakaminski.com.

Darragh Kennan

Darragh returns to Seattle Rep, where he recently donned a pair of heels, a baseball cap, and an androgynous gown in Sylvia. Also at the Rep: The Time of Your Life (also at ACT in San Francisco), and Romeo and Juliet. Most recently in Seattle, Darragh played Hamlet for Seattle Shakespeare Company (Gregory Award, Best Actor). Darragh is the Co-Artistic Director of New Century Theatre Company (www.wearenctc.org) and has appeared on many Seattle stages, including: A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle Children�s Theatre, Strawberry Theatre Workshop, Capitol Hill Arts Center, and Tacoma Actor�s Guild. Regional theatre: The Folger Shakespeare Theatre, The Guthrie Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Madison Repertory Theatre, Willamette Repertory Theatre, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, First Stage Milwaukee, and ten seasons with American Players Theatre. Darragh teaches acting for the Freehold Theatre Lab. Darragh lives with his amazing wife Jessica and two great kids M�ire and Finn in a small house in Columbia City with awesome neighbors. Thank you for supporting Seattle Repertory Theatre.

Kim Staunton

Kim Staunton last appeared at Seattle Rep as Rose in Fences. She has been a guest company member at the Denver Center Theatre Company (DCTC) for the past twelve seasons. She represented DCTC as an inaugural Lunt-Fontanne fellow at the Ten Chimneys Foundation. Ms. Staunton has also appeared regionally at Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre, Syracuse Stage, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Virginia Stage Company, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, South Coast Repertory, Folger Theatre, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage Company, and the O'Neill Theatre Center. She has performed in numerous productions off and on Broadway. Film credits include First Sunday, Changing Lanes, Heat, Dragonfly, Bark, Holy Man, Deceived, and Amos and Andrew. Television appearances have included guest starring roles on �Eleventh Hour,� �Army Wives,� �The Nine,� �Bones,� �Strong Medicine,� �Judging Amy,� �Law and Order,� �City of Angels,� �New York Undercover,� and TNT's Original Movie, Glory & Honor. Kim is a native of Washington, DC and a graduate of The Juilliard School.

Bruce Norris

Bruce Norris is an actor and writer whose plays include The Actor Retires (1992), The Vanishing Twin (1996), The Infidel (2000), Purple Heart (2002), We All Went Down to Amsterdam (2003), The Pain and the Itch (2004), and The Unmentionables (2006), among others. He is the recipient of the Whiting Foundation Prize for Drama (2006) as well as two Joseph Jefferson Awards for Best New Work and the Kesselring Prize Honorable Mention for 2006. As an actor he can be seen in the films A Civil Action and The Sixth Sense. He currently lives in Brooklyn.

Braden Abraham

Seattle Rep: Associate Artistic Director; This by Melissa James Gibson, The K of D, an urban legend by Laura Schellhardt (also with Pistol Cat, Illusion Theatre, FringeNYC Encore Series), Opus by Michael Hollinger, Breakin� Hearts & Takin� Names by Kevin Kling and Simone Perrin (premiere), Betrayal by Harold Pinter, and My Name is Rachel Corrie by Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner (U.S. regional premiere). Other theaters: White Hot by Tommy Smith (Marxiano / West of Lenin); The Ten Thousand Things by Paul Mullin (premiere, Washington Ensemble Theatre); Kuwait by Vincent Delaney (premiere, Theatre Schmeater); True West, The Underpants (Spokane Interplayers); Prometheus Bound (The Lincoln Center Directors Lab). New Work: Seattle Rep, Empty Space, On the Boards, Portland Center Stage, New Century Theatre Company. Co-artistic director of Assemblage, a unique collective dedicated to new experiments incorporating media and performance. Assemblage�s ongoing project Way Stations, a series of interactive walking tours in urban landscapes, was featured at the Northwest New Works Festival (On the Boards) and at Bumbershoot. Guest artist: UW, WWU, Gonzaga, the University of Idaho, and Seattle University.

Scott Bradley
Scenic Designer

Scott designed How to Write a New Book for the Bible, Ma Rainey�s Black Bottom, Pygmalion and Seven Guitars for Seattle Rep. He designed Eurydice, The Glass Menagerie, and Joe Turner�s Come and Gone for Berkeley Rep. On Broadway he designed the premieres of Joe Turner�s Come and Gone (Drama Desk Award) and Seven Guitars (Drama Desk Award and Tony nomination). His recent credits include: All My Sons and Prelude to a Kiss for the Huntington, Italian American Reconciliation for Long Wharf Theatre, and She Loves Me for OSF. He recently designed Theresa Rebeck�s Dead Accounts for Cleveland Playhouse in the Park, and Scorched for American Conservatory Theater. He designed sets for Journey to the West (Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award), The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci (Lucille Lortel Award), and Silk (Joseph Jefferson Award), all adaptations written and directed by Mary Zimmerman. Scott also provided production design for the film Pushing Hands, written and directed by Ang Lee.

Constanza Romero
Costume Designer

Broadway: The Mountaintop, Fences (Tony nomination), Gem of the Ocean (Tony nomination), The Piano Lesson, Seven Guitars. Regional theaters: Seattle Rep�s productions of The Brothers Size, Dancing at Lughnasa, and Fences, Denver Center Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Mark Taper Forum (Ovation Award for Best Costume Design, Gem of the Ocean), Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Crossroads Theatre Company, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, and Seattle�s Intiman and ACT theatres. She has taught costume design and scenic design at the University of Washington and at University of California at Santa Cruz, designed artwork for Broadway�s The Piano Lesson and Seven Guitars, and was also the associate artist for Signature Theatre�s August Wilson Series. She was the associate producer for Broadway's production of Fences starring Denzel Washington. Ms. Romero holds an MFA in design from the Yale School of Drama and resides in Seattle with her and her late husband August Wilson�s daughter, Azula Carmen Wilson.

L.B. Morse
Lighting Designer

L.B. Morse is a lighting, scenic, and multimedia designer for theatre and dance. Previous designs at Seattle Rep include: Sylvia (lighting design), This (scenic and lighting design), The K of D, an urban legend (co-scenic design), Dancing at Lughnasa (lighting), Opus (lighting), Breakin� Hearts & Takin� Names (scenery and lighting), Betrayal (lighting and multimedia), My Name is Rachel Corrie (lighting), Thom Pain (based on nothing) (lighting), and Twelfe Night (multimedia). Recent design work includes Harold and the Purple Crayon (lighting and multimedia) for Seattle Children�s Theatre; Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World (lighting) at ACT; and Breaking the Code (lighting) and The Laramie Project (scenery, lighting and multimedia) for Strawberry Theatre Workshop. He has also designed for Intiman, Seattle Shakespeare Company, On the Boards, Lingo dancetheater, Maureen Whiting Dance Co., and Empty Space, among others. L.B. is a company member of Assemblage, a collective dedicated to new experiments incorporating media and performance. Assemblage�s ongoing project Way Stations, a series of interactive walking tours in urban landscapes, was featured at the �08 Northwest New Works Festival (On the Boards) and at Bumbershoot �09. L.B. holds a BA in Theatre Arts and a Graduate Certificate in Scenic Design from University of California, Santa Cruz, and is the Associate Designer here at Seattle Rep.

Matt Starritt
Sound Designer

Matt is a freelance sound designer for both theatre and dance and a writer from Seattle. He recently designed the sound for A Crack in Everything for the Zoe|Juniper Dance Company, which premiered at Jacob�s Pillow Dance Festival and is touring nationally. He returns to Seattle Rep where he has designed the sound for boom, Breakin' Hearts & Takin' Names, The Brothers Size, Glengarry Glen Ross, God of Carnage, How to Write a New Book for the Bible, Imaginary Invalid, The K of D, Opus, The Seafarer, and Speech & Debate. Matt has also designed for the Alley Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Cornerstone Theater Company, Illusion Theatre, Intiman, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Strawberry Theatre Workshop, and Washington Ensemble Theatre. Matt is a part-time lecturer at the UW�s School of Drama.

Cristine Anne Reynolds
Stage Manager

Select work at Seattle Rep includes: This, The Road to Mecca, The Great Gatsby, and Jitney, in addition to eighteen glorious months as the costume shop manager. Locally, she stage manages at Seattle Children�s Theatre, Seattle Opera, New Century Theatre Company, and Icicle Creek Theatre Festival, among others. National credits include South Coast Repertory, Barter Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Long Beach Opera, and Music Theatre of Wichita. International touring credits include Edinburgh International Festival, Sadler�s Wells-London, and Singapore Arts Festival.

Shellie Stone
Assistant Stage Manager

Credits include: Red (Seattle Rep); Cinderella (5th Avenue Theatre); The Lion in Winter, Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night�s Dream (Shakespeare Santa Cruz); Abe Lincoln in Illinois (Intiman Theatre); Jackie and Me, Lyle the Crocodile, In the Northern Lands: Nordic Myths, A Tale of Two Cities, Bluenose (SCT); Don Quixote, The Barber of Seville, Amelia (Seattle Opera); La Cenerentola (Spoleto Festival �08); Stage Management Intern for Twelfe Night, Birdie Blue, The Imaginary Invalid (Seattle Rep).