Meet the Creative Team for AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Jessica Fisch (Director) Recent credits: I Wanna F*#%ing Tear You Apart (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble), Twilight Bowl (University of Wisconsin at Madison), Cry It Out (Northlight Theatre), You Across From Me (Actors Theatre of Louisville, Humana Festival), Late Company (Cor Theatre, Midwest Premiere), The Firebirds Take The Field (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble), Straight White Men (Associate Director, Steppenwolf Theatre), Trudy, Carolyn, Martha and Regina Travel to Outer Space (Actors Theatre of Louisville, Humana Festival), The Rosenkranz Mysteries: An Evening of Magic (Royal George Cabaret), Fefu and Her Friends (Goodman Theatre/Rivendell Latina/o Celebration), Opulent Complex and That Thing That Time (Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Tens), Psychodramatic (A Red Orchid, Incubator Series), Traces (Feast Productions/ Jackalope Theatre). Selected New York credits: The Realm (The Wild Project), strive/seek/find (Abingdon Theatre), the 2009 Playwrights Horizons’ Stories on 5 Stories Benefit, Personal History (Ensemble Studio Theatre), The Redheaded Man (Barrow Street Theatre/Down Payment Productions/FringeNYC/FringeEncores), Dressed In Your Dreams (Public Theater/Emerging Writers Group), an adaptation of the cult 1960’s gothic vampire soap opera Dark Shadows (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Jessica was a resident director at Ensemble Studio Theater, the Playwrights Horizons Directing Resident, and a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. Upcoming Credits: Every Brilliant Thing (Windy City Playhouse). MFA: Northwestern University. www.JessicaFisch.com
Andrew Boyce (Scenic Design) Andrew is a multi disciplinary designer working on a variety of projects ranging from theater, opera, and live events to film and commercial spaces. Recent credits in Chicago: If I Forget, Pipeline (Victory Gardens); An American Dream (Lyric Opera of Chicago); Lady In Denmark (Goodman Theater). NYC credits with: Lincoln Center Theater, Roundabout Theater Company, Atlantic Theater Company, Rattlestick Theater, Play Company, Playwrights Realm, etc. Regional credits with: Actors Theatre of Louisville, A.C.T, Alliance, Baltimore Centerstage, Berkeley Rep, Curtis Opera Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Geffen, George Street Playhouse, Huntington, Longwharf, Milwaukee Rep, Old Globe, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Yale Rep, among many others. Andrew is a graduate of Yale School of Drama and is currently on the faculty in the Northwestern University Theater Department. www.andrewboycedesign.com
Jessica Pabst (Costume Design) Jessica is a Chicago based costume designer. Broadway: Marvin’s Room starring Lili Taylor directed by Anne Kauffman, The Heidi Chronicles starring Elisabeth Moss directed by Pam McKinnon. Recent New York productions include world premieres at Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center, Second Stage, The Public Theatre, and The Atlantic Theatre Company. Regional theatre credits include productions with Actors Theatre of Louisville, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Long Wharf, Two River, Dallas Theatre Center, Children’s Theatre Company, and Center Theatre Group. Jessica was the recipient of the 2013 Lucille Lortel Best Costume Design for The Whale by Samuel D. Hunter. Drama Desk, Henry Hewes Nominations.
Driscoll Otto (Lighting Design and Projection Design) Previously at Drury Lane, Driscoll was the Lighting Designer for Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Recently, Driscoll designed Lighting and Projections for Iolanta at Chicago Opera Theatre, Lighting for Pioneer Theatre Company’s Lion in Winter, & Projections for The Flying Dutchman in Florence, Italy. Mr. Otto’s design work is seen frequently in NYC & regional Theatre and Opera. His credits include The Huntington Theatre Company, Utah Opera, Opera Omaha, Opera Philadelphia, Dallas Theater Center, Drury Lane Theatre, The Dallas Opera, Chicago Opera Theatre, Houston Shakespeare Festival, Trinity Repertory Company, Hangar Theatre, Flat Rock Playhouse, Lyric Opera Kansas City, and productions of Legally Blonde and Rock of Ages for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Highlights to his resume include projection design for Santa Fe Opera’s production of The Golden Cockerel and The Metropolitan Opera’s production of La Donna Del Lago. He received his MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. His work can be seen at www.DriscollOtto.com
Ray Nardelli (Sound Design, Music Composition) Previous Drury Lane credits include: Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical, Mamma Mia!, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, South Pacific, Joseph, 42ndStreet, Rock of Ages, The Gin Game, Chicago, Saturday Night Fever, Crazy for You, Hazel, Bye Bye Birdie, White Christmas, Peter and the Starcatcher, West Side Story, Camelot, The Game’s Afoot, Spelling Bee, Les Misérables, Young Frankenstein, Hello, Dolly!, Next to Normal, Sunset Boulevard, Singin’ in the Rain, Xanadu, Hairspray, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Funny Girl, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Miss Saigon (Jeff Award), Meet Me in St. Louis, Buddy Holly, and The Full Monty (Sound Designer) and Oliver, Xanadu, Sweeny Todd, and Ragtime (Associate Sound Design). Regional theatres include The Goodman Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Milwaukee Rep Theater, The Court Theatre, Hartford Stage, Congo, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Northlight Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre, and American Girl Theatre. Memberships include USA #829, ASCAP, and IATSE #2.
Cassy Schillo (Properties Design) Bio Coming Soon!!!
Claire Moores (Wig Design) Bio Coming Soon!!!
Kate DeVore (Dialect Coach) Kate DeVore is delighted to return to Drury Lane, where she has coached Matilda, Mamma Mia!, and Beauty and the Beast. Additional select coaching credits include West Side Story (Lyric Opera Chicago); Sweat, A Christmas Carol, Support Group for Men, The Wolves, A View From the Bridge, Uncle Vanya, Another Word For Beauty, Feathers and Teeth, The Jungle Book, and Sweet Bird of Youth (Goodman Theatre); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (Steppenwolf); and Small Mouth Sounds, Evening at the Talk House, The Opponent, Butcher of Baraboo, and Abigail’s Party (A Red Orchid Theatre). Kate is the founder and master trainer of Total Voice, Inc., which provides voice, speech, and presence coaching. She teaches at The School at Steppenwolf, Columbia College, and Acting Studio Chicago. She has presented at numerous conferences and workshops nationwide and is author of The Voice Book: Caring For, Protecting, and Improving Your Voice, and the eBook Accent Modification: Neutral American Dialect.