Elizabeth Huddle

Elizabeth Huddle has acted and/or directed with such organizations as San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre, the Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, the Sundance Institute, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the San Francisco Opera, San Diego's Old Globe Theatre, the Denver Center Theatre, the Intiman Theatre in Seattle, the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, and Portland Center Stage. She also served as artistic director for the Intiman Theatre and the Portland Center Stage and produced the original production of The Kentucky Cycle, which was the first play ever to win the Pulitzer Prize prior to being performed in New York City. Huddle has also directed her own adaptations of Strindberg's Miss Julie, Euripides' The Bacchae, Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, and Sheridan's The Rivals, with music by Peter (P.D.Q. Bach) Schickele. Huddle is CSF's 2001 Ruth and Ken Wright Distinguished Director, a position supported by the Ruth and Ken Wright Endowment. This is her first season with CSF.

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