Ensemble member and Artistic Associate at Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. Letts last appeared at Yale Repertory Theatre in The Realistic Joneses, by Will Eno. Previous Steppenwolf credits include Penelope, American Buffalo (also the McCarter), Betrayal, The Pillowman, The Pain And The Itch, The Dresser, Homebody/Kabul, The Dazzle, Glengarry Glen Ross (also in Dublin and Toronto), Three Days Of Rain, many others. Other Chicago credits include Bouncers and Fun & Nobody (Next Lab), ’Tis Pity She’s A Whore and The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial (A Red Orchid Theatre), Conquest Of The South Pole (Famous Door), many others. His only previous New York stage appearance was in Orson’s Shadow at the Barrow Street Theatre. As a playwright, Mr. Letts is the author of Killer Joe, Bug, Man From Nebraska (Pulitzer finalist), August: Osage County (Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award® for Best Play), and Superior Donuts.
Amy Morton is an actor, director and member of Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. As an actor, she has appeared in over 30 productions for the theatre, and has appeared on Broadway in August: Osage County, (receiving Tony® and Drama Desk nominations for Best Actress), as well as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Film credits include: Up in the Air, The Dilemma, Rookie of the Year, 8MM, Falling Down, and the soon to be released independent feature film, Bluebird for Killer Films. She appears throughout Season 2 of the Starz series, Boss. Directing credits at Steppenwolf include, Penelope, Clybourne Park, American Buffalo (also at McCarter Theatre), Glengarry Glen Ross (also at the Dublin and Toronto Theatre Festivals), The Pillowman, Dublin Carol (also at Trinity Rep Theatre), Topdog/Underdog (also at The Alley Theatre) and many others. Other directing credits: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Alliance Theatre and Awake and Sing! at Northlight Theatre. Prior to joining Steppenwolf, Amy was a member of The Remains Theatre Ensemble for 15 years.
Broadway debut. Previous stage credits include: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (Steppenwolf Theatre/Arena Stage), The Chosen and Gary (Steppenwolf Theatre); Girl, 20 (Serendipity Theatre-L.A. remount); A Man For All Seasons (TimeLine Theatre); The Last Supper (Infusion Theatre); Hillbilly Antigone (Lookingglass Theatre-u/s). Film and TV credits include: Chicago Fire (NBC), According to Jim (ABC), The Chicago Code (FOX), Public Enemies and The Dilemma. Madison is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and a graduate of Louisiana State University. In Loving Memory of David Dirks.
Honored to make her Broadway debut. Regional theater credits include: Three Sisters, The March (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Arena Stage); The Girl in the Yellow Dress (Next Theatre Company); The Real Thing (Writers’ Theatre); Magnolia (Goodman Theatre); Bronte (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company), Reasons to Be Pretty, Blackbird (Renaissance Theaterworks); The Diary of Anne Frank, Anna Christie, Our Town (Madison Repertory Theatre); and four seasons with the American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Television and film credits include The Playboy Club, various commercials and One in a Million. A native of Copley, Ohio, she received her MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Broadway credits include Dividing the Estate (also at Primary Stages, The Alley Theater, and The Old Globe). Her international credits include The Merchant of Venice (Royal Shakespeare Company). Her Off Broadway credits include The Merchant of Venice, The Jew of Malta, All’s Well That Ends Well, Engaged and Don Juan (Theatre for a New Audience), Columbinus (New York Theatre Workshop), Tatjana in Color (Culture Project), Red Frogs (PS122) and Measure for Measure (New York Shakespeare Festival). Her regional credits include Steel Magnolias, The 39 Steps (Cape May Stage), Beyond Therapy and David Copperfield (Westport Country Playhouse), Oleanna and Speed the Plow (American Theater Company), The Importance of Being Earnest (CENTERSTAGE), Curse of the Starving Class (American Conservatory Theater), The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue (Hartford Stage), Romeo and Juliet (Folger Theatre) and The Little Foxes and Hamlet (The Shakespeare Theatre Company). Her television credits include Law & Order, Whoopi, Guiding Light and American Masters on PBS. She is a graduate of The Juilliard School.
Broadway: After the Night and The Music (dir. Daniel Sullivan), Off-Broadway: Barbra’s Wedding (dir. David Warren), Major Crimes (dir Arthur Penn). Regional credits include Two River Theatre Company’s Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England (dir. Ken Rus Schmoll). Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The English Theatre Of Frankfurt, God of Carnage, The Little Foxes (dir. Ted Pappas) at the Pittsburgh Public Theatre. All the Kings Men at the Intiman Theatre (dir. Pam MacKinnon), A Marriage Minuet at Westport Country Playhouse and City Theatre (dir. Tracey Brigden), Dinner With Friends at Pioneer Theatre Company (dir. Charles Morey), Lips Together, Teeth Apart at George Street Playhouse (dir. Michael Morris). TV: Law and Order, Law and Order C.I., The Good Wife.
Broadway: A View From The Bridge, The Man Who Came to Dinner. NY credits include: The Wii Plays, Playlist, Thujone, Mine, Missed Connections NYC, Brown, Love is Deaf,Down the Drain, Til the Rapture Comes. Film & TV: Smash (NBC) Salt (Columbia Pictures),Strangers With Candy, The Black Donnellys, All My Children, Six Feet Under, XX/XY, Law & Order. Zach also co-directed and produced the documentary Squeezebox!, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival before going on to tour film festivals around the world.
Tony’s career as an actor includes performances in leading roles on Broadway with the Old Vic's The Norman Conquests, with Manhattan Theatre Club's The Columnist, in Broadway National Tours in Twelve Angry Men, Off-Broadway with Manhattan Theatre Club; Wonder of The World and Close-Up Space, New York Stage and Film; The Two Orphans and Day One; A Hotel; Evening, at Keen Company Beasley's Christmas Party, and at The Connelly Theatre The Elephant Man and Beyond The Horizon. Regionally he created the role of The Man in the world premiere of Lucinda Coxon's Vesuvius at South Coast Rep, also at SCR, The Weir and Terra Nova. As You Like It and Edward II at Yale Rep, Morphic Resonance at Westport Country Playhouse, The Steward of Christendom at The Huntington, King Lear, Three Sisters, As You Like It and The Wilder Plays at Baltimore Center Stage. Also, seasons at Actors Theatre of Louisville, The O'Neill Playwrights Conference, Lincoln Center Directors Lab and two with The Acting Company (Arms and The Man, Othello, Henry V and A Doll's House). Film and television work includes principal roles with Smash, Law and Order, Guiding Light and the soon to be released James Gray film Low Life. He received his MFA from the Yale School of Drama in 1994. He makes his home in Brooklyn with his wife, Karen, and three-year-old son, Emmett.