Clybourne Park

Clybourne Park

By Bruce Norris

"Superlative!" — Salt Lake Tribune

To expand the conversations raised by this production, Pioneer Theatre Company, along with the College of Fine Arts, is hosting a series of free public events associated with Clybourne Park.

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7:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday Evenings; 8:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings
2:00 p.m. Saturday Matinees

Cast Bios

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CiullaCELESTE CIULLA* (Bev/Kathy) is thrilled to return to PTC, having previously performed here in Macbethand A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She has performed in eleven shows at San Diego’s Old Globe, most recently, the world premiere of Duncan Sheik’sWhisper House; over a dozen shows at The Pearl Theatre in NYC, her favorite being The Phantom Lady; several plays at Cincinnati Playhouse, most recently,Over the Tavern, as well as many other shows in many other theatres around the country. Her last production was Double Indemnity at the Round House Theatre in Bethesda, MD. Celeste is a graduate of Northwestern and Harvard Universities and a recipient of a Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship from Ten Chimneys. She is an audio book narrator and a member of SAG/AFTRA and AEA.
FlanaganTARAH FLANAGAN* (Betsy/Lindsey) is delighted to be returning to Pioneer Theatre Company where she was last seen as Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Recent credits include: Emma in The Language Archive and Annie in The 13th of Paris at the Public Theatre of Maine, Poppy in Noises Off at the Fulton Theatre, Joan in St. Joan and Adriana inComedy of Errors at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. She is a company member at the Great River Shakespeare Festival where she has appeared as Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost, Portia in The Merchant of Venice and Ariel in The Tempest. Tarah will appear in the upcoming series Darwin, directed by Carrie Preston. She attended PCPA-Theaterfest, Webster University (BFA), and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival-UA (MFA).  Tarah is a proud member of AEA.
MahaffyKASEY MAHAFFY* (Jim/Tom/Kenneth) After appearing in PTC’s incredible production ofMetamorphoses in 2005, Kasey is thrilled to return to Salt Lake and take a stroll through Clybourne Park. A native of Portland, Oregon, he has performed on regional stages across the US. Notably: Arena Stage:You, Nero; South Coast Rep: Crimes of the Heart;You, Nero; An Italian Straw Hat; Taking Steps; Ensemble Theater: The Violet Hour; Berkshire Theater Festival: The Miracle Worker; Assassins – to name a few. In addition to playing Father James on American Horror Story: Asylum, other TV/Film credits include:CSI; Law & Order: Los Angeles; Castle; Bones; ER;Medium and Ocean’s 13. Kasey lives and plays in Los Angeles with his partner Josh and really fat boy cat named Sally.
ManisDAVID MANIS* (Russ/Dan) most recently appeared inWar Horse at Lincoln Center. Other Broadway credits include Henry IV with Kevin Kline, Exit the King with Geoffrey Rush, Abe Lincoln in Illinois with Sam Waterston, The Rivals, and the U.S. premieres of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia and The Coast of Utopia. Off-Broadway work includes Our Town and Shakespeare In The Park. Regional credits include the Guthrie, the Mark Taper, the Old Globe, Yale Rep, Baltimore Center Stage, the Shakespeare Theater in D.C., The Acting Company, Actors Theater of Louisville, and many others. TV: Frasier, Boston Public, King of Queens, Monk and a telekinetic weatherman on The X-Files. He is very pleased to be making his PTC debut.
NormoyleBRIAN NORMOYLE* (Karl/Steve) makes his PTC debut with Clybourne Park. He lives in Los Angeles where he recently performed with the L.A. Philharmonic, created the role of Joachim in the American premiere of Trio, and starred as Alex in The Little Dog Laughed opposite Greg Louganis. Favorite regional theatre credits include four seasons with the Utah Shakespeare Festival, several productions with the Shakespeare Festival of Ft. Worth, and the International Classical Acting Company. For television, he produced episodes for the new comedy series The Fairy Tales and is the co-creator, co-executive producer, and co-star of the web comedy Servitude. As a political writer, Brian has contributed to TheHuffington Post since 2008. He holds an MFA from Southern Methodist University and a BFA from Southwestern University.
OvershowHOWARD W. OVERSHOWN* (Albert/Kevin) New York: The Bridge Project, Richard III- Brooklyn Academy of Music, Free Man of Color-Lincoln Center (US), Orlando-CSC, Julius Caesar w/Denzel Washington, Yellowman-MTC, Blue-Roundabout,Beauty on the Vine-Epic Theatre Company, Never the Sinner-John Houseman Theatre. Regional: Radio Golf-Milwaukee Rep, Much Ado About Nothing (Benedick)-Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Death of a Salesmanw/Charles Dutton-Yale Rep, Passion Play: a Cycle-Arena stage, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead-Center Stage, ART-Two River Theatre, Hamlet(Horatio)-Shakespeare & Company. Film/TV: Grand Street, 13, Pride and Glory, Body of Lies, Dead Canaries, Kings, Law & Order: SVU, Criminal Intent,Guiding Light, All My children, New Amsterdam andConviction.
RoseERIKA ROSE* (Francine/Lena) Regional: Black Mary in Gem of the Ocean at Hangar Theatre; Salima inRuined at Philadelphia Theater Company; Hawa in In Darfur at Theater J (2011 Outstanding Lead Actress, Helen Hayes Award); Pretty Fire at The African Continuum Theater; The Bluest Eye at Theater Alliance; Lenny & Lou and The Mineola Twins at Woolly Mammoth Theater Company; The Taming of the Shrew and Much Ado About Nothing at The Shakespeare Theatre; The Book Club Play and Pippinat Round House Theatre; Barrio Grrrl!, Knuffle Bunnyand The Brand New Kid (The Kennedy Center)