June 30 through August 17
Michael Stebbins*, Artistic Director
Michael Stebbins was last seen onstage in the summer of 2019 as the Archbishop of Canterbury and the King of France in Henry V. He has appeared on professional stages across the country, from NYC’s The Public Theater/NYSF and the Mint Theatre Company, to California’s Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and many states in between. Wisconsin credits include Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Optimist Theatre (aka Milwaukee’s Shakespeare in the Park), Skylight Music Theatre, and Theatre Gigante. Recent directing credits include Door Shakespeare’s 2020 virtual productions of J. M. Barrie’s Rosalind and William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors, as well as the Door Shakespeare Reading Series. He is the former producing artistic director of Rep Stage, a regional theatre in Maryland, where he championed works by up-and-coming playwrights, and embraced theatrical gems by scribes of old. Michael received his BFA/MFA from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Professional Theatre Training Program. He is the recipient of a Helen Hayes Tribute Award for his work in the DC/MD/VA region, and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.