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Mark’s recent NYC directing credits include Equus, The History Boys and Branded (Gallery Theatre), Blue Window (NYU/Tisch), Bedroom Farce (American Academy of Dramatic Art), Voracious (LaMaMa), Cowboy Mouth (Stable Cable), Lobby Hero (Reach Ensemble), Nixons in Purgatory (Wild Ride Co.) and The Pride (Third Year Collective). He is currently a Teaching Artist-in-Residence at Mayo Performing Arts Center. Other directing credits include the Seattle premieres of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, The Shape of Things, This Is Our Youth as well as productions of The Illusion, The Grapes of Wrath, Nicholas Nickleby, Our Country’s Good, Little Shop of Horrors and The Visit. Mark has worked with Seattle’s Annex and Intiman Theatres, Seattle Rep, Philadelphia’s Wilma Theatre, D.C.’s Present Stages, and the Colorado, Montana, Pennsylvania and Seattle Shakespeare Festivals. He has taught and directed at Boston’s Walnut Hill School for the Arts, The Bush School, the University of Washington and Savannah College. In addition to Cyrano and The Greatest Man in the World, Mark is also co-directing Piper’s The Buffalo Nickels Medicine Show “Under the Tent” this summer.