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About Harry Groener
Harry Groener returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where he appeared in the title role of The Madness of George III (Jeff Award). Recent credits include: General William Tecumseh Sherman in The March (Steppenwolf Theater); Presidents Lincoln and LBJ in Appomattox by Christopher Hampton (Guthrie Theater); King Lear in King Lear (Antaeus Company, Los Angeles); and Richard in Equivocation (Ovation Award, Geffen Theatre). Broadway credits include: Crazy for You (Tony Award nomination); Oklahoma! (Theatre World Award, Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations); CATS (Tony Award nomination); Harrigan and Hart (Drama Desk Award nomination); Oh, Brother!; Is There Life After High School?; Sleight of Hand; George in Sunday in the Park with George; Imaginary Friends; and King Arthur in Spamalot. Other New York credits include Twelve Dreams (Lincoln Center) and If Love Were All with Twiggy. Mr. Groener has over sixty television credits, including: the Mayor in Buffy the Vampire Slayer; Ralph in Dear John; Star Trek: The Next Generation, Voyager and Enterprise; Medium; Bones; Las Vegas; CSI; Mad About You; and The West Wing. Film credits include: About Schmidt, Road to Perdition, Amistad, Dance with Me, Patch Adams, Brubaker and Manna from Heaven. Mr. Groener is an associate artist at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego.