Westport Country Playhouse debut. Broadway: Lady Bird opposite Bryan Cranston in the Tony Award winning All the Way, Beautiful. Off Broadway: Nikolai and The Others, Road (Lincoln Center); Dreams of Flying, Celebration and Sea of Tranquility (Atlantic); The Metal Children and Mary Rose (Vineyard); Crooked (Women’s Project); Stone Cold Dead Serious (Edge); Good Thing (The New Group;) The Butterfly Collection (Playwrights Horizons); Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (MCC); Steel Magnolias (Lortel); A Life of the Mind (Promenade); Balm in Gilead (Circle Rep and Minneta Lane – Drama Desk Award Ensemble). Regional: All The Way (American Repertory Theater, IRNE nom); Mama’s Boy ( Good Theater); Miss Julie (Portland Stage); The Killing of Sister George (Long Wharf); Circle Mirror Transformation (Huntington); Sweet Bird of Youth, The Sugar Syndrome, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and As You Like It (Williamstown); The Miser (Hartford Stage); The Whore and Mrs. Moore and The Golden Age (Dorset); Mama’s Boy, God of Carnage and Jolson Sings Again (George Street Playhouse); The Seagull, The Cherry Orchard, Platanov and Ivanov (Lake Lucille); International: 1000 Airplanes on the Roof, Seven. Film: (Upcoming) The Greatest Showman, A Vigilante, Irrational Man, Margaret, You Can Count on Me, James White, The Bleeding House. TV: “Madame Secretary,” “The Americans,” “Rescue Me,” “The Big C,” “Nurse Jackie,” many “Law and Orders.” She received an OBIE for Sustained Excellence of Performance. Adjunct Faculty Tisch School of The Arts, NYU.
David Aaron Baker
Westport Country Playhouse: All My Sons, Dinner with Friends. David’s career includes a wide variety of roles in film, television, theatre and narrating audiobooks. He’s performed frequently on and off Broadway in plays and musicals, including Once Upon A Mattress, Abe Lincoln In Illinois, The Rainmaker, The Merchant of Venice, and 110º in the Shade at the New York City Opera. In addition to stage work, Baker has appeared in numerous films, including under the direction of eminent filmmakers Rob Reiner, Lasse Hallström, Martin Campbell, David Mamet, James Mangold, and twice with Woody Allen. He has appeared on dozens of television shows including “Boardwalk Empire,” “Homeland,” “Orange is the New Black,” “The Leftovers,” and several episodes of “Law & Order.”
Christian Michael Camporin
Westport Country Playhouse debut. Christian Michael Camporin has appeared on Broadway in Finding Neverland (Jack, Michael) and Matilda the Musical (Eric). Regional credits include Room of My Own (Little Carl, Seven Angels Theatre); The Little Mermaid, Joseph...Dreamcoat, South Pacific and Carousel (STONC). Workshop: Flying Over Sunset (Archie Leach, Second Stage Theater). Voiceovers include the Sprout series "Super Wings" and the Disney short film Frozen Fever. Love to Mom, Dad, Jackson and Lucia. Thank you to Mara Entertainment.
Westport Country Playhouse debut. Anna is a recent graduate of the Yale school of Drama where she received her MFA in Acting. At Yale she has performed in The Three Sisters, The Oresteia, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Deer and the Lovers. She has also worked at the Williamstown Theatre Festival starring in Dental Society Midwinter Meeting and Once Five Years Pass. Through Fordham College at Lincoln Center, where she received a BA in theatre, she appeared in Non tutti i ladri vengono per nuocere in Rome, Mixed Doubles in London, and What of the Night? in New York.
Westport Country Playhouse debut. Her New York credits include: Golden Boy, Festen, Old Acquaintance (Broadway); Nice Girl (LAByrinth), The Model Apartment (Primary Stages; Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk nominations, Outstanding Actress in a Play), Regrets Only (Manhattan Theater Club), The Young Left (Cherry Lane). Her regional credits are An American Daughter (Williamstown Theater Festival), The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window (The Goodman), The Qualms (Steppenwolf), Abigail/1702 (Pittsburgh City Theater), All My Sons (Huntington), Dying City (Hartford Stage), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles), Mother of Invention (WTF). Television credits include “Elementary,” ”Person of Interest,” “Blue Bloods,” “Power,” “Michael and Michael Have Issues,” “The Beautiful Life,” “Fringe,” “Without A Trace,” “Law and Order,” and “Filthy Gorgeous.” Diane has her M.F.A from NYU.
Westport Country Playhouse: Nora, directed by David Kennedy. Additional work with Mr. Kennedy includes Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey) and Acaste in The Misanthrope (Dallas Theatre Center). Favorite regional credits include Hal/Henry in The Making of a King: Henry IV/Henry V (Playmakers Rep), Caleb in The Whipping Man (Cleveland Play House), Antonio in Measure for Measure (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), and the Stage Manager in Our Town (Portland Center Stage). New York credits include the Pearl Theatre, the Mint, Soho Rep, HERE, and 3LD. More info at www.shawnfagan.net.
Westport Country Playhouse debut. NYC: Julius Caesar (Shakespeare in the Park, directed by Oskar Eustis). Nick recently graduated from New York University's Graduate Acting program and earned his BFA from the University of Evansville. He grew up in Laramie, Wyoming.
Westport Country Playhouse debut. Stage credits include Far From Heaven (Williamstown Theater Festival), Vestments of the Gods (Lin Manuel Miranda, prod.), and The Music Man (Harbor Lights Theater Co.). Film/TV: “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix), “Daredevil” (Netflix), and Boarding School (feature, 2017 release). Allison would like to thank her agents, manager, and family for all their support! www.allisonwinnactor.com Instagram: @allisonwinn