AUSTIN PENDLETON (Director) is currently represented as a director by two productions in New York: The American Clock, by Arthur Miller, at HB Playwrights' Foundation; and War in Paramus, by Barbara Dana, at the Abingdon Theatre. He has directed three Tony-nominated Broadway productions: Spoils of War by Michael Weller, starring Kate Nelligan; The Little Foxes, by Lillian Hellman, starring Elizabeth Taylor; and Shelter, a musical by Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford, starring Marcia Rodd. He has written three plays, all published: Orson's Shadow, currently at the Barrow Street Theatre in New York; Uncle Bob, twice produced in New York and seen in other productions in the United States and the world; and Booth, produced in New York at the York Theatre Company starring Frank Langella. He is an Obie Award-winning actor, and has appeared on, off and off-off Broadway and in many regional theatres, most recently as the Marquis de Sade in Quills at Boston's New Rep Theatre, as well as in about 75 films and numerous television shows. He is an ensemble member at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre and apprenticed at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, where he has acted and directed many times. He teaches acting at the HB Studio in New York.

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