Sense and Sensibility

April 8

June 7, 2015

in CST's Courtyard Theater

based on the novel by Jane Austen
book, music and lyrics by Paul Gordon
directed by Barbara Gaines

Bruce Coughlin


Bruce Coughlin (Orchestrator) makes his Chicago Shakespeare Theater debut with orchestrations for Sense and Sensibility. Broadway credits include: 9 to 5, Light in the Piazza (Tony and Drama Desk Awards), Wild Party, Urinetown, Grey Gardens, Annie Get Your Gun, The Sound of Music, Once Upon a Mattress and The King and I (1996), plus additional contributing orchestrations for Big Fish, On the Twentieth Century and Something Rotten. Other New York credits include: Floyd Collins (Obie Award), Far from Heaven (Playwrights Horizons); and Giant (The Public Theater). Regional credits include: Children of Eden (Paper Mill Playhouse); Room with a View (The 5th Avenue Theatre) and Tales of the City (American Conservatory Theater). Opera credits include: Grapes of Wrath, 27 and Morning Star. International credits include: recent Assassins and Urinetown revivals (London); Finding Neverland (UK version); and Candide (London). Film credits include: Hairspray (“Miss Baltimore Crabs”) and Fantasia 2000 (principal arranger). In addition to his Tony, Drama Desk and Obie Awards, Mr. Coughlin has received two additional Tony Award nominations and six Drama Desk Award nominations.

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