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Daniel Flint Frank Lawler Jason Marr

Daniel Flint is an all-around theatre maker, actor, producer, director, designer, and playwright. Recent credits include: Guthrie in Night and Day at Washington Shakespeare Company, The Interpreter in All’s Well That Ends Well at The Shakespeare Theatre Company, and Edward Kelly in Burn Your Bookes (Premiere) at Taffety Punk Theatre Company. Other credits include: Murderer in Richard III, Intiman Theatre (dir. Bartlett Sher); The Provost inVariations on Measure for Measure, Tygres Heart Shakespeare (dir. Charles Marowitz. Daniel is part of One Lump or Two Productions, for which he co-created The Elsinore Diaries (Seattle Fringe Sold Out Award.) He is a Company Member and technical director/designer at Taffety Punk Theatre Company.  He is an associated artist at Faction of Fools Theatre Company where he acts, produces, and designs. Daniel is also the Technical Director for Constellation Theatre Company. Daniel recently directed Live Broadcast for the Capitol Fringe and is currently developing his one man show The Golem.  Daniel received his MFA from Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University.

Frank Lawler's recent acting credits include Tartuffe (Taproot), The 39 Steps (Secondstory Rep), Pygmalion (Sound Theatre Company), Arms and the Man (Seattle Public Theater), Great Expectations (Book-It Repertory Theatre), A Christmas Carol(ACT), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Harlequin), Twelfth Night (Seattle Shakespeare Company) and The Elephant Man (Strawberry Theatre Workshop). He wrote Neighborhoodlum for the King County Performance Network, and co-wrote The Elsinore Diaries and Blood Pudding and Haggis with Daniel Flint and Jason Marr.  As a director, he helmed Harlequin's production of Accomplice and Second Story Rep's production of Greater Tuna. Frank is a native of Ottawa, Canada, a graduate of Harvard University, an alumnus of the intensive acting training program at Shakespeare and Company and past president of the board of directors of Theatre Puget Sound.

Jason Marr is a local actor, writer, director, and co-founder of 1Lo2 Productions.  He co-wrote, directed, and performed in the original production of The Elsinore Diaries in the 2003 Seattle Fringe Festival (Remember the good old days when we had a fringe festival?  Let’s bring it back!).  His recent acting work includes The Callers with Washington Ensemble Theatre and Sense and Sensibility with Book-It Repertory.  He has also performed with Seattle Shakespeare Company, Seattle Public, Taproot Theatre, ArtsWest, Harlequin Productions, GreenStage, Theater Schmeater, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, and the Shakespeare Theatre Company in D.C.  Last fall he wrapped production on a short film called Take 38 with Photo Finish Films.  He is also a voice-over artist (you may have heard his voice on the radio for UW Medicine).  He has a BFA in Acting and Directing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and an MFA from the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University.  In the spring, he looks forward to joining ACT Theatre in The Pitmen Painters (along with Mr. Lawler).  Whenever possible, Jason enjoys relaxing with his lovely wife Jill and their cats, Indy and Mo.

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