Off-Broadway: Ironbound (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater). Regional: Archduke (Mark Taper Forum), Fingersmith (American Repertory Theater), The Way of the World (Dorset Theatre Festival), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Chautauqua Theater Company), The History Boys (Artists Repertory Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Portland Center Stage) and Three Sisters (Yale Repertory Theatre). Yale School of Drama: Othello, The Seagull, Petty Harbour, Twelfth Night, Antony and Cleopatra and No More Sad Things. Television: The Good Wife, The Mysteries of Laura and Leverage. Education: Yale School of Drama (M.F.A.).
Theater includes: Romeo and Juliet, All My Sons and Skylight (Broadway); The Kid Stays in the Picture (Royal Court Theatre, London); The Tempest and As You Like It (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Kit Marlowe, Hamlet, Henry V and Timon of Athens (Public Theater) Henry V and A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (inaugural company member of Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, London). Title roles: Pericles (Polonsky Shakespeare Center); Hamlet and Coriolanus (Theatre for a New Audience). Film includes: Highway (Upcoming); Romeo and Juliet; Days and Nights; Europa Report; The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Parts 1 & 2; The Hurt Locker; National Treasure: Book of Secrets; K19: The Widowmaker; Plunkett & MacLeane. Television includes: The City & The City (Upcoming), Wormwood, Penny Dreadful, House of Cards, Elementary, The Good Wife, Dexter, The Mentalist, Medium, Numb3rs, Law & Order, Ghost Whisperer, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Without a Trace. Awards: Obie Award Winner and Drama League Award nomination for Hamlet, Theater World Award Winner for Skylight. Training: Juilliard School of Drama.
Marin Ireland’s theater credits include Reasons to be Pretty, for which she won a Theatre World Award and was nominated for a Tony Award. Her other New York credits include After Miss Julie and The Big Knife on Broadway; Ironbound at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater; Kill Floor at Lincoln Center Theater; Blasted and Marie Antoinette, both at Soho Rep; Three Sisters at Classic Stage Company; Cyclone at Studio Dante (Obie Award), In the Wake at the Public Theater and On the Exhale at Roundabout Theatre Company (Drama Desk nomination). Some of her television and film work includes Girls, Homeland, Masters of Sex, The Divide, The Slap, Glass Chin (Independent Spirit nomination 2016), Sparrows Dance, The Family Fang, 28 Hotel Rooms, In the Radiant City, Hell or High Water, Flint and Sneaky Pete.
Marcel Spears was most recently seen co-starring on the ABC comedy The Mayor. Spears’ New York theater credits include: Mother Courage (Classic Stage Company) and the world premiere of Judy (Page 73; directed by Ken Rus Schmoll). Spears starred in the Classic Stage Young Company’s productions of Othello and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, for which he was awarded the Rosemarie Tichler Fund Grant for his performance. Regional: Rachel Bonds’ At the Old Place (La Jolla Playhouse); Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile (The Old Globe); Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Two River Theater; directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson); and Trouble in Mind (Guthrie Theater). Spears is a New Orleans native and holds an M.F.A. from Columbia University.Back To Show