Mark Lamos

LCT: Cymbeline, Edward Albee's Seascape, The Rivals, A.R. Gurney's Big Bill, Measure for Measure (Lortel Award, Best Revival). Broadway: Our Country's Good (Tony Nomination), Fascinating Rhythm, The Deep Blue Sea (Roundabout). Off-Broadway: Gurney's Indian Blood and Buffalo Gal (Primary Stages), Albee's Tiny Alice (Lortel Award), As You Like It (NYSF/Central Park), Baitz' End of the Day (Playwrights Horizons), Blessing's Thief River (Signature), Love's Fire (NYSF, later London's Barbican). Other theater: currently Artistic Director, Westport Country Playhouse; 1980-97 Artistic Director, Hartford Stage, (Tony Award for theater's body of work); Kennedy Center , Williamstown, La Jolla, Old Globe, Canada's Stratford Festival, Washington's Shakespeare Theater, McCarter, Guthrie, Moscow's Pushkin Theater, Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Opera: Metropolitan Opera (Wozzeck, The Great Gatsby, I Lombardi, Adriana Lecouvreur); New York City Opera (world premiere of Haroun, also Acis and Galatea, Madama Butterfly, Tosca, Paul Bunyan, Turn of the Screw, etc.); Glimmerglass Opera (world premiere of Central Park, also La Finta Giardiniera, Ariadne auf Naxos, etc.); Munich Biennale, Stora Teater in Gothenburg, Santa Fe, St. Louis, Chicago Lyric, San Francisco Opera, Dallas, Washington, L'Opera du Montreal, Canadian Opera, etc; Renaissance Muse for Lincoln Center's New Visions and London's Barbican; Mostly Mozart, Il Re Pastore. Film: Longtime Companion (actor). TV: "I Lombardi," "The Aspern Papers," "Tosca," "Paul Bunyan," "Wozzeck," "Central Park" (Emmy nomination, co-director). Honorary doctorates from University of Hartford, Trinity, Connecticut College.