Artist Bio

Steve Pickering

Steve Pickering

(Bio as of September 2014)

Steve Pickering returns to Goodman Theatre, where he most recently appeared in Dartmoor Prison and Ask Aunt Susan at New Stages Amplified in the 2011/12 Season. Other Goodman credits include The Tempest, Landscape of the Body, On the Open Road, Death Of a Salesman (also on Broadway, the national tour and in London’s West End), Long Day’s Journey into Night, King Lear, The Seagull, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, among others. His Chicago credits include the world premiere of Joshua Rollins’ A Girl with Sun in Her Eyes at Pine Box Theater; the title roles in Macbeth and Coriolanus at Next Theatre; Fatboy at A Red Orchid Theatre and as Iago in Othello at both Court Theatre and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Most recently, he appeared regionally in Wallenstein (Helen Hayes Award nomination) and opposite Stacy Keach in Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2 (both at Shakespeare Theatre Company), as well as in The Crucible (Indiana Repertory Theatre). Mr. Pickering has performed with many of the country's major regional theaters, including Arena Stage, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Pittsburgh’s City Theatre Company, San Diego’s Old Globe, New York Shakespeare Festival, Clarence Brown Theatre, Marriott Theatre and the Illinois and Alabama Shakespeare Festivals. In 1997, he was named Actor of the Year by Chicago magazine. Formerly an artistic associate with Chicago's Organic Theater Company and artistic director for Next Theatre in Evanston, Mr. Pickering is currently project manager for Shanghai Low Theatricals, whose new adaptation of Animal Farm, directed by Hallie Gordon, will open the 2014 Steppenwolf Young Adult Program. 

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