(Bio as of March 2016)
Tim Edward Rhoze returns to Goodman Theatre, where his credits include Waiting for Godot, All The Rage, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and A Raisin In The Sun and others. Chicago credits include the world premiere of Airline Highway (also on Broadway with Manhattan Theatre Club), Wendell Green and The Crucible at Steppenwolf Theatre Company and North Star, Eden and FREEFALL at Victory Gardens Theater. He has been the producing artistic director of the Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre (financially supported by the city of Evanston_ since 2010, where his directing credits include Having Our Say, From the Mississippi Delta, Home, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, Woza Albert and Going to St. Ives. He also wrote and directed Why Not Me? A Sammy Davis Jr. Story and Maya’s Last Poem, both produced at Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre.
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