Mark Lamos



Biography

Mark Lamos's Broadway credits include Our Country's Good (Tony® nomination), The Deep Blue Sea, and The Gershwins' Fascinating Rhythm. Off-Broadway, his credits include Jon Robin Baitz's The End of the Day, Edward Albee's Tiny Alice (Lortel Award), Love's Fire (NYSF and London's Barbican), Lee Blessing's Thief River, and Lincoln Center Theatre's Measure for Measure (Lortel Award). His work has also been seen at The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. including A Midsummer Night's Dream and Much Ado About Nothing. Other highlights include The Greeks—a nine-play cycle, Ibsen's complete Peer Gynt (with Richard Thomas), The Master Builder, Ghosts, Hedda Gabler, a cycle of Molière comedies, as well as new plays and adaptations by Simon Gray, Tony Kushner ( The Dybbuk ), Lanford Wilson (an adaptation of Chekhov's Three Sisters ), Constance Congdon, Tom Stoppard, and many others. Regionally, his work has been seen at McCarter Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe, Guthrie Theater, Arizona Theatre, California Shakespearean Festival, The Acting Company, American Conservatory Theater, Yale Repertory Theatre, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. Mr. Lamos served as artistic director of Hartford Stage from 1980 to 1997. Upcoming productions include Resurrection Blues at the Old Globe and Big Bill at Lincoln Center.
Mark Lamos