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Tug of War:
Civil Strife

Henry VI Parts 2 and 3, Richard III

September 14

October 9, 2016

at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

by William Shakespeare
adapted and directed by Barbara Gaines

Aaron Spivey

Lighting Designer

Aaron Spivey makes his Chicago Shakespeare Theater debut. Other Chicago credits include: 2666 and Brigadoon (Goodman Theatre). Mr. Spivey’s off-Broadway credits include: Jukebox Jackie (La MaMa); Wanda’s World, From My Hometown, 4 Guys Named José, Golf: the Musical and Elle. Regional credits include: The Secret Garden (Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Idaho Shakespeare Festival); Marry Me a Little (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); The Bomb-itty of Errors (Syracuse Stage); 4 Guys Named José (Actors’ Playhouse); Mame (Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center). Other credits include: the national tour of Dame Edna’s Glorious Goodbye and an international production of A Chorus Line in Mexico City. On Broadway, Mr. Spivey has served as the associate or assistant designer on  productions, including: Aladdin, Motown, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, The Coast of Utopia, Catch Me If You Can, 9 to 5, Tarzan, Little Women, Grease (2007 Revival), A Chorus Line (2006 Revival) and Collected Stories. Mr. Spivey is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829.

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