SANTA CRUZ SHAKESPEARE 2017 46 Santa Cruz Shakespeare is proud to be a member of The Shakespeare Theatre Association (STA). For more information visit Paul Mullins (The 39 Steps) is very happy to return to Santa Cruz Shakespeare where he directed Hamlet in 2016 and Henry V three years before. A New York City resident, Paul is an associate artist of The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey where he has directed Richard III, A Song at Twilight, Equivocation, Henry VIII, The Devil’s Disciple, Playboy of the Western World, The Liar, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Richard II, Noises Off, King John, The Time of Your Life, The Illusion, All’s Well That Ends Well, Rhinoceros, The Threepenny Opera and many more. For The Old Globe he has directed Good People, Twelfth Night, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Measure for Measure, and Macbeth. Paul has also directed for Chautauqua Theater Company, The Studio Theatre, DC, Dorset Theatre Festival, Portland Stage Company, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, American Stage, The Yale School of Drama, NYU Grad Acting, The Juilliard School and Cleveland Playhouse/Case Western University. Tyne Rafaeli (Measure for Measure) was born in London and trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and Columbia University. She has directed new plays, classics and musicals in London and the US. Her work has been seen at Classic Stage Company, The Geffen Playhouse, The Atlantic Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Two River Theatre, New York Stage & Film, PlayMaker’s Rep, Goodspeed, Julliard, Great Lakes Theatre, American Players Theatre, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, The O’Neill Playwright’s Conference and PlayPenn, among others. Tyne is a 2016-2018 Time Warner Directing Fellow at the Women’s Project Theatre and was awarded the 2013-14 SDCF Sir John Gielgud Fellowship for Classical Direction. She has served as Associate Director on The King and I, Fiddler on the Roof, The Bridges of Madison County, Golden Boy (all Broadway), Women on the Verge (London’s West End), and she directed the first US National Tour of The Bridges of Madison County. Art Manke (The Two Gentlemen of Verona) Previous productions for SCS/Shakespeare Santa Cruz: The Liar, The Three Musketeers, Bach at Leipzig, and A Year With Frog and Toad. He most recently directed Amy Freed’s The Monster Builder for South Coast Repertory, where he has worked on numerous productions over sixteen seasons, and where he will stage the world premiere of Ms. Freed’s SHREW! in 2018. Elsewhere, his work has been seen at the Denver Center Theatre Company, Pasadena Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and at A Noise Within, where he was a co-founder and former artistic director (1991-2001). A frequent guest lecturer at theatre schools across the country, he also directs for television, holds an MFA from the American Conservatory Theater, and is a five-time winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award. Upcoming projects include All My Sons for the Jewel Theatre Company, and the world premiere of Pearl’s in the House, a new musical he has written about Pearl Bailey at Utah Shakespeare Festival. The directors