(Bio as of August 2012)
Joseph Drummond is in his 39th season with Goodman Theatre. He stage-managed last season’s The Iceman Cometh, Race and Red. He stage-managed House and Garden during the new Goodman’s inaugural season, and previously stage-managed Robert Falls’ Tony Award-winning production of Arthur Miller’s classic Death of a Salesman at the Goodman, on Broadway and at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. Other Goodman productions include Candide, Turn of the Century, Desire Under the Elms, Rock ’n’ Roll, Animal Crackers, Passion Play, King Lear, The Clean House, Finishing the Picture, The Rose Tattoo, The Beard of Avon, Drowning Crow, The Visit, The Odyssey, All the Rage, Arcadia, Another Midsummer Night, The Night of the Iguana, On the Open Road, Book of the Night, Landscape of the Body, The Gospel at Colonus and 12 productions of A Christmas Carol. In December, 2011, he received the Del Hughes Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Stage Managers’ Association in New York City. He is included in the 2012 edition of Marquis’ Who’s Who in America. Mr. Drummond teaches stage management at Roosevelt University and is the recipient of the Joseph Jefferson Award for Lifetime Achievement after 25 years of stage management at the Goodman. He is a 40-year member of Actors’ Equity Association.
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