JAMES LLOYD REYNOLDS* (ANTON) is making his Yale Rep debut. His New York credits include the premiere of Christopher Shinn’s On the Mountain at Playwrights Horizons, Mickey Mouse Is Dead by Justin Sherin at 59E59, and the world premiere of Beautiful Province by Clarence Coo. Regional credits include To Kill a Mockingbird (Weston Playhouse); Mame, 42nd Street (Goodspeed Musicals); The Miracle Worker (Syracuse Stage); No Wake, A Man For All Seasons, Love! Valour! Compassion! (Berkshire Theatre Festival); Dirty Business (Florida Stage); The Overwhelming (Hangar Theatre); The Misanthrope (New Repertory Theatre); The Muckle Man (Pittsburgh City Theatre); and Antony and Cleopatra (Hudson Valley Shakespeare). Film and television credits include The Good Shepherd, Deception, The Good Wife, Person of Interest, White Collar, In Treatment, Law & Order, and Law & Order: SVU. He is a graduate of Yale School of Drama.
JEANINE SERRALLES* (BEA) Previously appeared at Yale Rep in The King Stag. Selected New York credits include The Jammer (Atlantic Theater Company); Paris Commune (Brooklyn Academy of Music); The Maids (Red Bull Theater); Maple and Vine (Playwrights Horizons); Stunning (LCT3 at Lincoln Center Theater); The Glass Cage (Mint Theater); The Misanthrope (New York Theatre Workshop, Drama League nomination); The Black Eyed (New York Theatre Workshop, Drama League nomination); Hold Please (Working Theater; Drama Desk nomination, Featured Actress); Phoebe in Winter and Vendetta Chrome (both at Clubbed Thumb). Selected regional credits include Tartuffe (Westport Country Playhouse; Connecticut Critics Circle Award, Featured Actress); The Liar, The House of the Spirits, Dusty and the Big Bad World, 1001 (Denver Center Theatre Company); Maple and Vine (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Aunt Dan and Lemon (Merrimack Repertory Theatre); Fallen Angels (Dorset Theatre Festival); and Lucy and the Conquest (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Film and television credits include Inside Llewyn Davis, The Abolitionists, Two Lovers, Across the Universe, Sex and the City, Person of Interest, and The Good Wife. She is a graduate of Yale School of Drama.
GREG STUHR* (MR. BERRY) previously appeared at Yale Rep in Tom Stoppard’s Rough Crossing. His Broadway credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee directed by James Lapine, David Mamet’s November opposite Nathan Lane and directed by Joe Mantello, and Elaine May’s Taller Than a Dwarf directed by Alan Arkin. OffBroadway work includes Offices and The Redeemers, both by Ethan Coen and directed by Neil Pepe; Keith Reddin’s Frame 312; Mamet’s Romance; and Rolin Jones’s The Jammer directed by Jackson Gay, all at Atlantic Theater Company. On television Greg’s had 21
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