The Break of Noon - Off-Broadway Creative Team

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Production Staff

Neil LaBute Playwright
Jo Bonney Director
Tyrone Brown Assistant Director
Tyrone Brown is a Philly-based theatre director and producer. Directing credits include Passing Strange, The Negro Passion Play, Black Like Us, POOF!, Hot Grits: A (Punk) Play On Music, Black To My Roots: African American Tales from the Head and Heart ( Fringe First Award winner at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Edinburg, Scotland), Wreck The Airline Barrier, and Hamlet X: The Tragedy of El Hajj Malik El Shabazz. He holds a MFA in Arts Leadership from Seattle University, Bachelors of Arts in Theatre from Western Washington University, and is an alumni of the Drama League Directing Program in New York. He is ... read more
William Cantler Associate Artistic Director
O&M Co. Press Representative
Broadway/Tours: Elf, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Spiderman Turn Off The Dark, A Life in the Theatre, Million Dollar Quartet, The Addams Family, Memphis, Next to Normal, Rock of Ages, In the Heights, Wicked, 9 to 5, South Pacific, Peepshow in Vegas. Off-Broadway: Atlantic, MCC, Signature. Film: Margin Call, Howl, Sex and the City 1 & 2, Jonah Hex, Main Street, Love and Other Impossible Pursuits, I Love You Phillip Morris, Rachel Getting Married, Dan in Real Life, Then She Found Me, Across the Universe, Ira & Abby, Rent, Pieces of April, Camp, The Grey Zone, Finding ... read more
Stephen Dobay Assistant Scenic Designer
Justin Ellington Composer
(Original Music)
LCT: Pass Over (LCT3), Pipeline, Other Desert Cities. Off-Broadway: Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie (Ars Nova); The House That Will Not Stand, Fetch Clay Make Man (New York Theatre Workshop); He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box, The Winter’s Tale (TFANA). Additional theater: Father Comes Home From the Wars, How to Catch Creation, Until The Flood (Goodman); Familiar (Steppenwolf); Ink (Kennedy Center); The Comedy of Errors (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); As You Like It (Stratford Shakespeare Festival); The American Clock (The Old Vic). Awards include Grammy, ASCAP and Obie awards. ... read more
Ashley Farra Assistant Costume Designer
Stephen Gabis Dialect Coach
Broadway: Jersey Boys, Doubt, Steel Magnolias, Dracula, Taboo, The Boy From Oz, Joe Egg, Master Harold And The Boys, Present Laughter, A Doll's House. Venues: Roundabout, M.T.C., Playwrights, Atlantic, The New Group, M.C.C., The Public, Second Stage, Williamstown, Yale Rep., McCarter, Hartford Stage, Primary Stages, Lincoln Center, Long Wharf, Westport. Film Contributions: Million Dollar Baby, Ballad Of Bettie Page, Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, Boy's Don't Cry. ... read more
Rob Greene Wig Designer
Matthew Holtzclaw Special Effects Designer
J. Jared Janas Wig Designer
Broadway: The Visit, The Real Thing, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Motown, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Peter and the Starcatcher, All About Me, and Next to Normal. Off-Broadway: Himself & Nora, Invisible Thread, Perfect Arrangement, The Tempest, Pretty Filthy, and Father Comes Home from the Wars. TV/Film: Mozart in the Jungle, Gotham, Inside Amy Schumer, God’s Pocket, Six by Sondheim, 30 Rock, Lola Versus, and Angelica. ... read more
Christina Lowe Production Stage Manager
Robert LuPone Artistic Director
Robert LuPone is a seasoned actor with over four decades of experience in the entertainment industry. Born on July 29, 1946, in Brooklyn, New York, LuPone grew up with a passion for the arts. He attended the Juilliard School in New York City, where he honed his acting skills and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in drama. LuPone's Broadway career began in 1975 when he appeared in the original production of "A Chorus Line." He played the role of Zach, the demanding director who puts the dancers through their paces. The show was a critical and commercial success, ... read more
Jason McCullough Technical Director
Neil Patel Scenic Designer
Recent Designs include Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3) (Royal Court London), Mughal-e-Azam (NCPA Mumbai), Born for This (The Broad Stage, L.A.), The Crucible (Glimmerglass Festival), Indian Ink (Roundabout), Mr Burns, a post-electric play and Stage Kiss (Playwrights Horizons) and Norma (L.A. Opera). TV/film production design for "The Path" (Hulu), "In Treatment" (HBO), "Little Boxes" (Netflix), Some Velvet Morning (Tribeca Films). Exhibition designs for Space, Force, Construction; VAC Foundation, Venice. ... read more
Ted Rounsaville General Manager
Thomas Schall Fight Director
More than 60 Broadway shows, including The Front Page, The Crucible, Blackbird, The Color Purple, Waitress, The King and I, War Horse, This Is Our Youth, Of Mice and Men, Romeo and Juliet, Lucky Guy, Death of a Salesman, Venus in Fur, A View From the Bridge. He has worked extensively at the Lincoln Center (Disgraced, Blood and Gifts), the Public Theater (Hamlet, King Lear, Mother Courage, Father Comes Home From The Wars), MTC (Ruined, Murder Ballad), NY Theatre Workshop (Red Speedo, Othello), and the Met Opera (Le Nozze di Figaro, Il Trovatore). ... read more
David Sexton Assistant Lighting Designer
Michelle Spadaro Prop Master
M. Florian Staab Assistant Sound Designer
M. Florian Staab is a composer and sound designer. ... read more
Bernard Telsey Artistic Director
MCC Theater Producer
Katherine Wallace Assistant Stage Manager
David Weiner Lighting Designer
Roundabout: The Overwhelming, Suddenly Last Summer, Betrayal. Broadway: Misery, Romeo and Juliet, Dead Accounts, Grace, Godspell, The Normal Heart, reasons to be pretty, Butley, Dinner at Eight, Betrayal, The Real Thing. Off-Broadway: The Public, LCT, MTC, Atlantic, MCC, Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Vineyard, NY Theatre Workshop, Theatre for a New Audience. Disney’s Frozen at DCA. Awards: 2016 Lucille Lortel Award (Guards at the Taj), 2012 Lucille Lortel Award (Through a Glass Darkly), 2011 Drama Desk nomination (A Small Fire), 2005 Lucille Lortel Award (Rodney’s Wife). ... read more
Darron L. West Sound Designer
Previously at the Friedman: The American Plan,To Be or Not To Be, The Royal Family, Top Girls, and Time Stands Still. He is a Tony and Obie Award-winning sound designer whose work for theater and dance has been heard in over 500 Productions nationally and internationally, on Broadway and off. His accolades for Sound Design include the Bay Area Theater Critics Circle, Lucille Lortel and AUDELCO Awards. He a two-time Henry Hewes Design Award winner, and a proud recipient of the Princess Grace Award statue. ... read more
Blake West Executive Director
B.D. White Production Manager
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