The School for Lies

December 4, 2012

January 20, 2013

in CST's Courtyard Theater

by David Ives
adapted from The Misanthrope by Molière
directed by Barbara Gaines

Deborah Hay


Deborah Hay makes her Chicago Shakespeare Theater debut. Recent credits include: Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Alice in Henry V (Stratford Festival); Rose in Caroline, or Change (Acting Up Stage/Obsidian, Berkeley Street Theatre); and five seasons at the Shaw Festival, where she played leading ladies in My Fair Lady, Heartbreak House, The Women, One Touch of Venus, Brief Encounters, Born Yesterday, Wonderful Town, After the Dance, Follies: In Concert, The Circle and The Philanderer. Other credits include four seasons at the Stratford Festival and multiple productions with the Festival of Classics, Tarragon Theatre, Soulpepper Theatre Company, Mirvish Productions, Theatre Passe Muraille, Ford Centre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Drayton Festival, Victoria Playhouse, Persephone Theatre, Sudbury Theatre Centre and the Globe Theatre. Radio and film credits include: Caroline in The Mystery of Mazo de la Roche (RedQueen Productions); Afghanada (CBC);Countenance, The Life of Pi (Mighty Brave); What Casanova Told Me, Dying Like Ophelia (dir: Ed Gass-Donnelly/3LD Films). Ms. Hay trained at York University (BFA), and is a member of the Stratford Festival Conservatory.

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