Artist Bios

Steven Pringle

Steven Pringle

(Bio as of October 2013)

Steven Pringle makes his Goodman debut. Other Chicago theater credits include Pal Joey at Porchlight Music Theatre; Annie at the Paramount Theatre; Ten Chimneys at Northlight Theatre; The Pitmen Painters (Jeff Award for Best Production) at TimeLine Theatre Company; Faith Healer at Buffalo Theatre Ensemble; The Madness of King George (Jeff Award for Best Production), The Taming of the Shrew and Richard III at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; Without a Parachute with Pasta Fazool Players and The Passion of Dracula at First Folio Theatre. Regional theater credits include The Rainmaker at the Guthrie Theater; Arms and the Man, Custer and The Farm at Actors Theater of Minnesota (founding member); The Mousetrap and Pajama Tops at the Old Log Theater and Guys and Dolls, The Robber Bridegroom and On Golden Pond at Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. His film credits include That Was Then…This Is Now and Roundabout American, and he has appeared on television in Low Winter Sun on AMC; Quincy M.E. on CBS and The Police on PBS. Mr. Pringle was the recipient of the Edwin Booth Award from the American College Theater Festival, by The Players’ Club of New York in 1970.