J. Anthony Crane
(Bio as of July 2015)
J. Anthony Crane makes his Goodman Theater debut. Chicago credits include The Recruiting Officer and Our Country’s Good (Buffalo Theater Ensemble). Broadway credits include The Country House; Sight Unseen (Manhattan Theatre Club); The Winslow Boy (Roundabout Theatre Company) and Butley with Nathan Lane. Off-Broadway credits include Modern Orthodox, Relativity and The Brothers Karamazov. Regional credits include Scar in the first national tour of The Lion King; The Music Man (Theatre Under the Stars); The Odd Couple (Dallas Theater Center); Absalom (The Humana Festival of New Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville); Farragut North and 50 Words (Contemporary American Theater Festival); Sight Unseen (The Old Globe) and Spamalot (Wynn Las Vegas). Other credits include All My Sons, Our Country’s Good, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, The Glass Menagerie, Long Day’s Journey into Night and Closer. Film and television credits include Life on Mars, Ugly Betty, The Practice, Third Watch, JAG, Six Degrees, Frasier, CSI and The Big Easy. Mr. Crane is a graduate of Northwestern University.