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Jordan Coughtry (Sandy (Alexander) Lord) was in Westport Country Playhouse's production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, and a Script in Hand playreading of Philip Barry's Holiday. New York theater includes Murder in the Cathedral at hoi polloi, and Be Story Free at Inverse Theater. Regional work includes Candida, Amadeus, Romeo and Juliet, All's Well That Ends Well, Hamlet, A Christmas Carol, Big Bill, and Love's Labour's Lost.
Blythe Danner (Margaret Lord) appeared at Westport Country Playhouse in the world premiere of Butterflies Are Free, which transferred to Broadway earning her a Tony Award. To celebrate the Playhouse's 80th anniversary in 2010, she returned in a Script in Hand playreading of the same comedy classic. She received Tony Award nominations for Betrayal, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Follies. Her films include The Great Santini, Meet the Parents, and Sylvia with daughter Gwyneth Paltrow: She won two Emmy Awards for Showtime's "Huff."
Greg Naughton (C.K. Dexter Haven) is best known as one-third of the folk-rock band The Sweet Remains. He founded and served as artistic director of the acclaimed Blue Light Theater Company in NYC through six seasons including the Obie-winning Oedipus, starring Frances McDormand and Billy Crudup, Waiting for Lefty, directed by Joanne Woodward, starring Marisa Tomei, and their inaugural Golden Boy in which Greg also played the title role, opposite his father James Naughton.
James Naughton (Seth Lord) was at Westport Country Playhouse in Street of Dreams, and directed several Playhouse productions, including Thornton Wilder's Our Town. He won two Tony Awards as Best Actor in a Musical for City of Angels and Chicago. He directed twice on Broadway: the Tony-nominated production of Arthur Miller's The Price, as well as the Playhouse's transfer of Our Town. He has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, and was named Best Male Vocalist in NYC for his one-man show, Street of Dreams, in 1999.
Keira Naughton (Elizabeth Imbri) was in Westport Country Playhouse's Morphic Resonance, and a Script in Hand reading of Chapter Two. Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include The Rivals, Hunting and Gathering, All My Sons, The American Clock, and Dance of Death. Regional credits include A Delicate Balance at Yale Repertory Theatre, and Proof, for which she received a Helen Hayes nomination. She is a singer/songwriter in the band The Petersons, and has an MFA from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.
Kelli O'Hara (Tracy Lord) is currently starring opposite Matthew Broderick in Nice Work If You Can Get It on Broadway for which she earned her fourth Tony nomination as well as Drama Desk, Outer Critic Circle, and Fred Astaire award nominations. Other Broadway credits include South Pacific (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations), The Pajama Game (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations), and The Light in the Piazza (Tony, Drama Desk nominations). Her concerts span from Carnegie Hall to Capitol Hill and in between.
Jake Robards (George Kittridge) appeared at Westport Country Playhouse in Our Town and Script in Hand play readings of Golden Boy and Dial 'M' for Murder. On Broadway, he was in Our Town with Paul Newman. Off-Broadway credits include Ancestral Voices with Pete Gurney and Marian Seldes, and Speakeasy with Josh Lucas and Kathleen Chalfant. Films include You and I (Cannes Film Festival) and Our Town on Showtime. On television's "Law & Order SVU," he played M.E. Cardillo.
Mark Shanahan's (Macauley Connor) credits at Westport Country Playhouse include Around the World in 80 Days, Tryst, Sedition, David Copperfield, Journey's End, and numerous Script in Hand playreadings. In addition, he directed Playhouse Script in Hand playreadings of Butterflies Are Free and The Greatest Gift. New York stage includes The 39 Steps, As Bees in Honey Drown, and The Internationalist. A graduate of Brown University (BA) and Fordham University (MA), he serves on the faculty at Fordham and Pace Universities.
Dana Steingold (Dinah Lord) played Little Red Ridinghood in Westport Country Playhouse's Into the Woods. Broadway/National Tours include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Off-Broadway and other New York credits include The Visit, and Anyone Can Whistle. Regional work includes Hairspray, High School Musical 2, and Ordinary Days. She is heard on the Calvin Berger cast album. Her concerts include Metropolitan Opera Gala at Avery Fisher Hall and Detroit Opera House. She has a BFA from New York University.
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