The Book of Joseph

January 29

March 5, 2017

Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare

by Karen Hartman
based on the life of Joseph A. Hollander and his family
directed by Barbara Gaines

Adam Goldstein

Dialect Coach

Adam Goldstein returns to Chicago Shakespeare Theater, where he served as assistant director on Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits and Pericles. Current Chicago productions include The Temperamentals (About Face Theatre); and Blues for an Alabama Sky (Court Theatre). Other Chicago credits include: Miss Bennett (Northlight Theatre); Man in the Ring, Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Court Theatre); The Room (A Red Orchid Theatre); Mister Punch, Season on the Line (The House Theatre); The Distance (Haven Theatre); Wastwater, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet, Strangers, Babies, Motortown (Steep Theatre); Ironbound, Okay, Bye (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); After Miss Julie, Conversations on a Homecoming (Strawdog Theatre Company); Titanic, Men Should Weep (Griffin Theatre); Dead Man Walking, Melancholy Play, The Language Archive (Piven Theatre Workshop); Take Me Back (The Poor Theatre); Crimes of the Heart (Step Up Productions); Tennessee Williams Project (The Hypocrites); The Shadow Over Innsmouth (WildClaw Theatre); and Compulsion (Next Theatre). Mr. Goldstein serves on faculty at Columbia College Chicago and Northwestern University, and is the head of musical theatre at Actors Training Center. He received his MFA in directing from Northwestern University and BFA in acting from NYU.

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