Anjelica Huston, Mia Farrow, Carol Burnett, Alan Alda & More Will Rotate Through All-Star Broadway Revival of A.R. Gurney's LOVE LETTERS at the Nederlander
A.R. Gurney's enduring romance about first loves and second chances, LOVE LETTERS, will have its first Broadway revival, beginning performances Saturday, September 13, 2014, at 8pm, at the Nederlander Theatre (208 West 41 Street).
A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, A.R. Gurney's LOVE LETTERS became an instant smash hit that was performed all over the country. The universality of the piece quickly led to the play being translated into 24 languages. In the last 26 years, productions of LOVE LETTERS have played in over 40 countries around the world.
Directed by Gregory Mosher, LOVE LETTERS will open Thursday, September 18, 2014, at 7pm, starring Brian Dennehy and Mia Farrow, who will be followed by casts of stars in strictly limited engagements that include Alan Alda, Candice Bergen, Carol Burnett, Anjelica Huston, Stacy Keach, Diana Rigg and Martin Sheen. Diana Rigg is appearing with the support of Actors' Equity Association. LOVE LETTERS is produced by Nelle Nugent, Barbara Broccoli, Fredrick Zollo, Olympus Theatricals, Kenneth Teaton and Colleen Camp.
LOVE LETTERS has scenic design by two-time Tony Award winner John Lee Beatty, costume design by Tony Award winner Jane Greenwood, lighting design by Tony Award winner Peter Kaczorowski and casting by Telsey + Company (William Cantler, CSA and Andrew Femenella, CSA).
"Gurney's romantic, heart-breaking and somewhat autobiographical play has long been a favorite of mine," said producer Nelle Nugent, "I am so excited to have the chance to bring this landmark play back to Broadway featuring some of the greatest actors of our time."
LOVE LETTERS is a disarmingly funny and unforgettably emotional portrait about the powerful connection of love. Two friends, rebellious Melissa Gardner and straight-arrow Andrew Makepeace Ladd III have exchanged notes, cards and letters with each other for over 50 years. From second grade, through summer vacations, to college, and well into adulthood, they have spent a lifetime discussing their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, and victories and defeats. But long after the letters are done, the real question remains: Have they made the right choices or is the love of their life only a letter away?
The first reading of LOVE LETTERS took place at the New York Public Library, performed by Holland Taylor and A. R. Gurney. The original production of LOVE LETTERS was directed by John Tillinger and opened November 3, 1988, at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut starring Joanna Gleason and John Rubinstein, followed by a New York production opening March 27, 1989, at Off-Broadway's Promenade Theatre starring Kathleen Turner and John Rubinstein where it ran for 64 performances. On October 31, 1989, LOVE LETTERS opened at Broadway's Edison Theatre starring Colleen Dewhurst and Jason Robards, where it ran for 96 performances.
Tickets for LOVE LETTERS go on sale Friday, August 1, at 11am, through Ticketmaster.com (877-250-2929). Tickets will be available at the Nederlander Theatre box office (208 West 41 Street) beginning Monday, August 25, at 10am. Ticket prices range from $52-$127. All ticket prices listed include a $2.00 facility fee. The playing schedule for LOVE LETTERS is Tuesday through Thursday at 7pm, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, with matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 3pm. PLEASE NOTE: There will be an added performance Monday, September 15 at 7pm, and no performance Sunday, September 21 at 3pm. From November 11 through December 7, there will be no performances Wednesdays at 7 pm. There will be no performances Wednesday, December 24 at 7pm, Thursday, December 25 at 7pm, Wednesday, December 31 at 2pm or Wednesday, December 31 at 7pm. There will be added holiday performances Monday, December 22 at 7pm, Friday, December 26 at 2pm, Monday, December 29 at 7pm, and Tuesday, December 30 at 2pm.
For more information on LOVE LETTERS, please visit: www.LoveLettersBroadway.com
Alan Alda (Andrew Makepeace Ladd III) Broadway: Glenn Garry Glenn Ross, QED, Art, Jake's Women (Tony nomination), The Apple Tree (Tony nomination) and The Owl and the Pussycast. Film: Martin Scorsese's The Aviator (Oscar Nomination); Crimes and Misdemeanors (British Academy Award nomination); Everyone Says I Love You; Flirting With Disaster; Manhattan Murder Mystery; Same Time, Next Year'; California Suite; The Seduction of Joe Tyman (which he also wrote); The Four Seasons; Sweet Liberty; A New Life; and Betsy's Wedding (which he also wrote and directed). TV: "The West Wing," "30 Rock," "The Big C," "The Blacklist," "ER," host of "Scientific American Frontiers" on PBS, "M*A*S*H" (played Hawkeye Pierce for 11 years, wrote and directed many episodes, won five Emmy Awards). Nominated for 30 Emmys; inducted into the Television Hall of Fame; won three Directors Guild Awards, six Golden Globes, seven People's Choice Awards; nominated for two Writers Guild Awards.
Candice Bergen (Melissa Gardner), made her Broadway debut in Hurlyburly, directed by Mike Nichols, and was last seen on Broadway in Gore Vidal's The Best Man. She starred for ten years on the critically acclaimed CBS comedy "Murphy Brown" (five Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards). Other TV credits: "Boston Legal" (two Emmy nominations, Golden Globe, SAG nominations), "Sex and the City," and "House M.D." Some film credits: Starting Over (Oscar nomination). The Sand Pebbles, Getting Straight, Soldier Blue, Carnal Knowledge, The Wind and the Lion, Rich and Famous, Gandhi, Miss Congeniality, Sweet Home Alabama, The Women, and Bride Wars.
Carol Burnett (Melissa Gardner), an award-winning actress and best-selling author, is widely recognized by the public and her peers for her work for her comedic and dramatic roles on television, film, and Broadway, most notably "The Carol Burnett Show." Ms. Burnett has been honored with Emmys, Golden Globes, People's Choice Awards, the Horatio Alger Award, an Ace Award, and the Peabody. A Kennedy Center Honoree, she received the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for Humor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame, and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Ms. Burnett has also written three New York Times bestsellers: Carrie and Me: A Mother-Daughter Love Story; This Time Together: Laughter and Reflection and her autobiography, One More Time. Ms Burnett made her Broadway debut in the original production of Once Upon a Mattress and returned to Broadway several times, starring in Fade Out, Fade In, Putting It Together, and Moon Over Buffalo. Ms. Burnett and her daughter, Carrie Hamilton, wrote the play Hollywood Arms, which premiered on Broadway in 2002, directed by Hal Prince.
Brian Dennehy (Andrew Makepeace Ladd III) has worked extensively in film, theater, and television for three decades. He has won two Tony Award for Best Actor (Long Day's Journey Into Night and Death of a Salesman), a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and an Emmy Award nomination for Showtime's "Death of a Salesman," and an Olivier Award for Best Actor for his Willy Loman in London's West End. Other notable stage work includes Inherit the Wind and Translations on Broadway; Hughie at Trinity Repertory; Peter Brook's The Cherry Orchard at Brooklyn Academy of Music; Trumbo Off-Broadway and on tour; Rat in the Skull; Says I, Says He at The Mark Taper Forum and NY's Phoenix Theatre; The Exonerated Off-Broadway, on tour and in the Court TV film version directed by Bob Balaban. Dennehy has been associated for two decades with Chicago's Goodman Theatre, where he has starred in numerous leading roles. Dennehy's extensive film work includes Semi-Tough, Foul Play, Blake Edwards' 10, First Blood, Cocoon, F/X, Presumed Innocent, Tommy Boy, Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet, Gorky Park, Never Cry Wolf, Silverado, Twice in a Lifetime, Best Seller, The Belly of an Architect (Best Actor Chicago Film Festival), Spike Lee's She Hate Me, Ratatouille and the soon-to-be released 10th & Wolf. On television Dennehy receiving Emmy Award nominations for his performances in "The Burden of Proof," "Murder in the Heartland," "To Catch a Killer" and "Killing in a Small Town." He anchored a successful series of telefilms as Jack Reed for NBC throughout the 1990s, and directed and starred in the "Shadow of a Doubt" and "Indefensible." Mr. Dennehy can be seen on the upcoming Amazon series "Cocked."
Mia Farrow (Melissa Gardner) born in Los Angeles, is the daughter of director John Farrow and actress Maureen O' Sullivan. She made her stage debut in 1963 in an off-Broadway production of The Importance of Being Earnest, following that with her first screen appearance a year later, and the TV series "Peyton Place." Her performance in Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby (1968), received glowing reviews. Following that, she moved to England where she raised her family and appeared in several classic plays as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and in such films as The Great Gatsby (1974) and Death on the Nile (1978). In 1980 she returned to New York for a year-long run on Broadway in Beensrd Slade's Romantic Comedy. Mia has appeared in more than 40 films including 33 with Woody Allen. They include Zelig, Broadway Danny Rose, Purple Rose of Cairo, Radio Days, Hannah and Her Sisters, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Shadows and Fog, Alice. In 1997, she published her New York Times best-selling memoir, What Falls Away. She has recently starred in such films as Reckless, Luc Besson's "Arthur" trilogy, Michel Gondry's Be Kind Rewind, and onstage in James Lapine's Fran's Bed at Playwrights Horizons and New Haven's Long Wharf Theater, and Jessica Blake and Eric Jensen's The Exonerated. She travels extensively as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador with a focus on children in war zones. She is working in her own project, The Darfur Archives, documenting the cultural traditions of the tribes of Darfur. Her work as an activist is widely acknowledged, she blogs and has written numerous op-ed pieces, mainly for the Wall Street Journal. In 2008 she was selected by Time Magazine as one of the most influential people in the world.
Anjelica Huston (Melissa Gardner). Academy Award-winning actress and director, Anjelica Huston continues her renowned family's legacy in film, which began with her grandfather, Walter Huston and her father, John Huston. Huston received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Prizzi's Honor, and in 2005, Huston received a Golden Globe Award for her role in HBO's original movie "Iron Jawed Angels." Huston most recently starred in the musical drama series "Smash" on NBC. Huston continues to voice the role of Queen Clarion in Disney's "Tinker Bell" franchise, and has starred in Wes Anderson's The Darjeeling Limited, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and The Royal Tenenbaums. Other film credits include 50/50, Gardens of Stone, Woody Allen's Manhattan Murder Mystery and Crimes and Misdemeanors, Enemies: A Love Story, The Witches, The Grifters, Addams Family, Addams Family Values, The Perez Family, The Crossing Guard, Buffalo '66, Ever After and Choke. She also collaborated with her director/father on his final film, The Dead. Her directorial debut was "Bastard Out of Carolina," which garnered Huston critical acclaim, an Emmy Award nomination, and a Directors Guild Award nomination. Huston directed, produced and starred in Agnes Browne. Huston's television credits include "Covert One: The Hades Factor," "Huff," "American Dad," and Emmy nominations for "Medium," "Buffalo Girls," "Lonesome Dove," "Family Pictures" and "The Mists of Avalon." Anjelica Huston's memoir A Story Lately Told: Coming of Age in Ireland, London, and New York was published by Scribner in November 2013. A Story Lately Told ends as she launches her Hollywood life. The second part of her story-Watch Me-opens in Los Angeles in 1973 and will be published in Nov 2014.
Stacy Keach (Andrew Makepeace Ladd III) won a Best Actor Golden Globe Award, 3 Obie's, 3 Vernon Rice Awards, 2 Drama Desk Awards, 3 Helen Hayes Awards, and the Prestigious Millennium Recognition Award, and has been nominated for Emmy and Tony Awards. Broadway credits include Other Desert Cities, Indians, Deathtrap, Solitary Confinement and The Kentucky Cycle. His extensive credits at the New York Shakespeare Festival include Falstaff in Henry IV, Parts I and II, which he recently reprised in Washington, DC; and the title roles in Richard 3, Coriolanus, Henry 5, Macbeth, Peer Gynt, Hamlet, and King Lear. Other theatre credits include MacBird, The Niggerlovers, Steiglitz Loves O'Keefe, Long Day's Journey into Night, Frost/Nixon, Sleuth, Barnum, Camelot, The King and I, Art (West End), Hughie (West End), Cyrano de Bergerac, and Finishing the Picture. Mr. Keach's film work includes The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Nebraska, End of the Road, The New Centurions, Doc, Fat City, Luther, The Long Riders, The Ninth Configuration, Up In Smoke, Nice Dreams, Judge Roy Bean, Escape From L.A., American History X, W., Imbued (also composed the score), The Bourne L egacy, most recently, Disney's Planes and Planes: Fire & Rescue, If I Stay, Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For, and Stephen King's Cell. TV credits include "Mike Hammer," "Hemingway," "Princess Daisy", "Mistral's Daughter," "The Blue and the Gray," "Titus," "Prison Break," "Lights Out," "Two and a Half Men", "Brooklyn 99", "Jennifer Falls", "The Exes," and most recently, "Law and Order: Special Victim's Unit." Mr. Keach is the voice of "American Greed", now in its 9th season, and HK Duff in "The Simpsons". For LA Theatre Works, he has played Proctor in The Crucible, Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Brutus in Julius Caesar, Willy Loman in Death of A Salesman, the title roles in Galileo and Uncle Vanya. His memoir, All in All: An Actor's Life On and Off the Stage was recently published by Lyons Press, and is available online.
Diana Rigg (Melissa Gardner), a Tony Award, Emmy Award and BAFTA Award winner was trained at RADA and made a commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1988 and a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 1994. Rigg's theatre credits include: Pygmalion (Garrick Theatre), Hayfever and The Cherry Orchard (Chichester Festival Theatre), Mother Courage, Humble Boy, The Misanthrope, Tom Stoppard's Jumpers, Phaedra Britannica and The Hollow Crown (National Theatre). Twelfth Night, King Lear and Macbeth (Royal Shakespeare Company). West End credits include All About My Mother (Old Vic), Honour (Wyndhams Theatre), Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer (West End & Sheffield Crucible), Phedre and Brittanicus (Albery Theatre), Whose Afraid of Virgina Woolf (Almeida), Medea (Almeida & Broadway, Tony Award for Best Actress & Evening Standard Award for Best Actress), Sondheim's Follies (Shaftesbury Theatre), Little Eyolf (Lyric Hammersmith), Heartbreak House (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Night & Day (Phoenix Theatre), Pygmalion (Albery Theatre), and Abelard & Heloise (Wyndhams & New York). Television credits includes: "Game of Thrones" (Emmy nomination), "Doctor Who," "Extras," "Charles II," "Murder In Mind," "Victoria & Albert," "Mrs Bradley Mysteries," "Rebecca" (Emmy Award), "The American," "Unexplained Laughter," "Mother Love" (BAFTA Award for Best Actress), "King Lear," "Hedda Gabler" and 'Emma Peel' in "The Avengers." Her film work includes: The Painted Veil, Heidi, Parting Shots, In The Beginning, A Good Man In Africa, Evil Under The Sun, A Little Night Music, On Her Majesty's Secret Service and The Hospital.
Martin Sheen (Andrew Makepeace Ladd III) made his New York stage debut in The Connection in 1959, followed by his Broadway debut in Never Live Over a Pretzel Factory. In 1964 he starred in The Subject was Roses for which he received a Tony Award nomination. He later played Hamlet in Joseph Papp's rock version of the play, as well as the NY Shakespeare Festival's Romeo and Juliet. Other Broadway credits include Death of a Salesman with George C. Scott, and The Crucible. His feature film credits include Apocalypse Now, Catch 22, Badlands, Cassandra Crossing, The Subject was Roses, Catch Me If You Can, Rage, The Little Girl Who Live Down the Lane, Wall Street, That Championship Season, Man, Woman and Child, The Dead Zone, Eagle's Wing, Loophole, The Final Countdown Enigma, The Amazing Spider-man, The King of Prussia, Gandhi, Firestarter, The Believers, Da, and Judgment in Berlin. For television, Mr. Sheen has starred as John F. Kennedy in the mini-series "Kennedy," Robert Kennedy in "Missiles in October," Watergate principal John Dean in "Blind Ambition," and played President Jed Bartlet for seven season on "The West Wing" (Golden Globe Award, 2 Screen Actors Guild Awards). Other TV includes starring roles in "The Execution of Private Slovik," "The Story of Pretty Boy Floyd," "That Certain Summer," "California Kid," "Catholics," "Sweet Hostage," "The Guardian," "Choices of the Heart," "Out of the Darkness," "Consenting Adults," "Shattered Spirits," "The Atlanta Child Murderers," "News at Eleven" and "Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story."
A.R. Gurney (Playwright). A.R. ("Pete") Gurney was born in 1930 in Buffalo, New York. He graduated from Williams College in 1952, served as an officer in the Navy, and afterwards attended the Yale School of Drama. For many years, he taught literature at M.I.T., but moved to New York in 1982 to devote more time to writing for the theatre. He has won a fair amount of awards during his career, and is now a member of the Theatre Hall of Fame and of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His plays include Ancestral Voices, Another Antigone, Big Bill, Black Tie, Buffalo Gal, A Cheever Evening, Children, The Cocktail Hour, The Comeback, Darlene, Crazy Mary, The Dining Room, Family Furniture, Far East, The Fourth Wall, The Golden Age, The Golden Fleece, The Grand Manner, The Guest Lecturer, Heresy, Human Events, Indian Blood, Labor Day, Later Life, A Light Lunch, The Love Course, The Middle Ages, Mrs. Farnsworth, O Jerusalem, Office Hours, The Old One-Two, The Open Meeting, Overtime, The Old Boy, The Perfect Party, The Problem, Post Mortem, The Rape of Bunny Stuntz, Richard Cory, Scenes from American Life, Screen Play, The Snow Ball, Sweet Sue, Sylvia, The Wayside Motor Inn and What I Did Last Summer. His librettos include Central Park West, Let's Do It, Richard Cory and Strawberry Fields. Gurney has been married to his wife Molly for over fifty years. They have four children, and eight grandchildren, and now live in Roxbury, Connecticut and New York City.
Gregory Mosher (Director) is a director and producer of over 200 plays at the Lincoln Center and Goodman Theatres (both of which he led), on Broadway and in the West End, and at Britain's National Theatre. His colleagues have included many of the world's leading theater writers, including Samuel Beckett, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams (whose final play he produced), Leonard Bernstein, David Mamet, Richard Nelson, John Guare, David Hare, and Edward Albee, and directors including Mike Nichols, Peter Brook, and Jerome Robbins. Notable premiere productions include Glengarry Glen Ross, Six Degrees of Separation, Freak, and Sarafina, and over twenty plays by Mr. Mamet. He directed the recent Broadway productions of A View from the Bridge and That Championship Season. He is a professor at Columbia University's School of the Arts.
John Lee Beatty (Scenic Design) has designed Mothers and Sons, After Midnight, Outside Mullingar, The Nance, Other Desert Cities, Venus In Fur, Good People, Chicago, Doubt, Proof, A Delicate Balance, The Heiress, Crimes of the Heart, Ain't Misbehavin', Talley's Folly, many, many more. His long relationships with Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center Theater, Circle Repertory and City Center Encores! have led to multiple Tony, Obie, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Award and, the Theater Hall of Fame. He is a graduate of Brown and the Yale School of Drama.
Jane Greenwood (Costume Design) Broadway credits include more than 100 productions including Assembled Parties, A View from the Bridge, Harvey, A Moon for the Misbegotten, James Joyce's The Dead, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Plenty, The Ballad of the Sad Café, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Burton's Hamlet. Ms. Greenwood has designed 17 productions for Lincoln Center Thetre including Act One, Nikolai and the Others, Belle Epoque, A Man of No Importance, A Delicate Balance, The Heiress, The Sisters Rosensweig, Two Shakespearean Actors, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Our Town, Oh Hell, Mr. Gogol and Mr. Preen. Off-Broadway includes The Garden of Earthly Delights, Vita & Virginia, Sylvia, The Lisbon Traviata. Film: Arthur, The Four Seasons, 84 Charing Cross Road, Glengarry Glen Ross. Awards: Theater Hall of Fame, 14 Tony nominations, Irene Sharaff Award. Yale School of Drama faculty.
Peter Kaczorowski (Lighting Design) Broadway credits include 50 plays and musicals including Beautiful, No Man's Land/Waiting for Godot, The Assembled Parties, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Venus in Fur, Anything Goes, A View from the Bridge, Grey Gardens, The Producers, Contact, Steel Pier. Extensive Off-Broadway, resident and regional credits. Opera: Met, San Francisco, Houston Grand, Stnta Ge, St. Louis, Seattle. Abroad: Royal Opera, Scottish Opera, Opera/North, Maggio Florence, L'Arena di Verona, La Fenice, Bonn, Lisbon. Awards: Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Dramalogue, Hewes.
Nelle Nugent (Producer) has produced over sixty production on Broadway, touring, Off-Broadway and in the West End including The Trip to Bountiful (revival), Dracula, The Elephant Man, Morning's at Seven, Mass Appeal, Amadeus, Nicholas Nickleby, Sly Fox (revival), American Buffalo (revival), Little House on the Prairie, Time Stands Still, Ghetto Klown, and Stick Fly. Professional awards include five Tony Awards, two Obie Awards, two NY Drama Critics Awards and numerous film and TV awards.
Barbara Broccoli (Producer) has been part of the James Bond world all of her life. The daughter of Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli, who turned 007 into the longest-running series in movie history, Barbara began working on the Bond films at the age of 17. With Michael G. Wilson, she produced the past seven Bond films and is currently producing the 24th, to be directed Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig. A Tony Award-winning producer, her Theatre credits include: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London, Broadway), A Steady Rain starring Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman and the Tony Award winning Once.
Fredrick Zollo (Producer). New York productions include the Tony Award-winning best musical, Once; Lucky Guy; Orphans; That Championship Season; A Steady Rain; The Farnsworth Invention; Ma Rainey's Black Bottom; 'night, Mother; King Hedley II; On Golden Pond; The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel; Death and the Maiden; Hurlburly; Angels in America: Millennium Approached and Perestroika; Private Lives; Caroline, or Change; Frozen; The Goat; Our Country's Good; Butley; The Hairy Ape; Buried Child; Talk Radio; Marvin's Room; Oleanna; The Cryptogram; Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll; and Aven 'U Boys. London productions include Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Glengarry Glen Ross; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Breaking the Silence; Camille; and The Cryptogram. Films include Mississippi Burning; Quiz Show; The Paper; Ghosts of Mississippi; Naked in New York; The Music of Chance; Resurrecting the Champ; In the Gloaming; Lansky; and the upcoming Sweet Lorraine and Greetings from Tim Buckley. Mr. Zollo is producing partner with Robert Cole in Grey Matter Theatre Productions.
Olympus Theatricals (Producer). Broadway Credits include: Lucky Guy, Chinglish, Arcadia, La Cage Aux Folles, American Idiot, Lend Me A Tenor, A View from the Bridge, The 39 Steps, The Seagull, 13, Guys & Dolls and Off-Broadway: The 39 Steps, Fault Lines. London: Urinetown the musical, The Ladykillers, The Sunshine Boys, The Children's Hour, Sweet Charity, The Little Dog Laughed, Arcadia, Marguerite. U.S. Tour: The 39 Steps. U.K. Tour: The Ladykillers.
Kenneth Teaton (Producer). Productions include: The Trip to Bountiful (Tony nomination), Stick Fly, Time Stands Still (Tony nomination), Little House on the Prairie (national tour), American Buffalo (Broadway), A Mother, a Daughter and a Gun (Off-Broadway), Agetha Christie's And Then There Were None (West End). He serves on the AMAS Musical Theatre board and the Producers Guild of America East advisory board. Long-standing member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Colleen Camp (Producer) is an American actress, film producer and partner in Camp Grey Productions. As an actress she is probably best known for roles in Apocalypse Now, American Hustle, Palo Alto, Four Christmases, In Good Company, Election, Speed 2, Die Hard: With A Vengeance, Wayne's World, Sliver, Clue, Police Academy 2 & 4, Valley Girl, They All Laughed, The Game Of Death (where she sang the title song written by John Barry), Funny Girl, Smile. Other film/TV roles include: "Entourage," "House," Frank Darabont's "Mob City," "The Rake," "The Roseanne Show," "The Tom Show," "Dallas," "Rich Man Poor Man," upcoming roles in Peter Bogdanovich's Squirrels To The Nuts, Wish I Was Here, and Grandma. Her Film/TV Producer credits include: An American Rhapsody (starring Scarlett Johansson, Nastassja Kinski & Tony Goldwyn), AIP Creature Features for HBO, "Earth vs the Spider," "How To Make A Monster," "The Day The World Ended," "She Creature," "Teenage Caveman," "City Girl," "Shattered Image" and the documentary "The Cream Will Rise." Colleen's first theatre productions were Room 105 based on the life of Janis Joplin at the Macha Theatre, Los Angeles in 2012, and Strangers on a Train at the Gielgud Theatre in London in 2013/2014. As a Producer, upcoming films to be released and in production, include The Truth About Lies, Squirrels To The Nuts, Lake Mead, The Hive and Knock Knock with Eli Roth as director and starring Keanu Reeves. Colleen lives in Los Angeles where she spends time with her daughter Emily Goldwyn a recent Stanford University graduate and writer/actress. Colleen has designed her own line of jewelry for Bebe. Colleen has also earned a reputation of promoting other artists and filmmakers endorsing their endeavors with great success and this based on her unwavering commitment to talent and quality.