Pamela Berlin

New York credits include Steel Magnolias, which ran Off-Broadway for three years, To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday (Circle in the Square downtown), Crossing Delancey (Jewish Rep), The Cemetery Club (Broadway), Joined at the Head (Manhattan Theatre Club), The Family of Mann and The Red Address (Second Stage), Three in the Back, Two in the Head (MCC), Black Ink and Elm Circle (Playwrights Horizons), Snowing at DelphiClub Soda'til the Rapture Comes (WPA), Wallflowering and Play by Ear at the HB Playwrights Foundation, and numerous one-acts at the Ensemble Studio Theatre. Regionally, she has directed at the Seattle Rep, Pittsburgh Public, Huntington, Kennedy Center, Long Wharf, Pasadena Playhouse, Portland Stage and Virginia Stage, to name a few. Opera credits include RigolettoLucia di LammermoorMadama ButterflyHansel and GretelOf Mice and Men and Cold Sassy Tree. Pamela served as President of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. (As of January 2009)

Gilbert McCauley

GILBERT McCAULEY is presently an Associate Professor in the Department of Theater at the University of Massachusetts and Co-founder/Associate Artistic Director of Art n Soulplay and Artistic Associate at New WORLD Theater. He has served as the Producing Artistic Director of the Oakland Ensemble Theatre, Resident Director at Rites and Reason Theatre, and as an acting company member of the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. He has also served on the theater faculties at University of California at Berkeley, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and University of Rhode Island at Kingston. Mr. McCauley has directed Off-Broadway and at regional theatres around the country including Arena Stage, Goodman Theatre, Old Globe Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Playwrights Horizons, Seattle Repertory Theatre, and the National Theatre of Ghana. His most recent directing credits include Piano Lesson by August Wilson, and most recently his own play Crossing John at the Crossroads. (As of September 2001)