Artist Bio

Mike Tutaj

(Bio as of March 2018)

Mike Tutaj returns to the Goodman, where credits include Objects in the Mirror; Another Word for Beauty; Ask Aunt SusanBy the Way, Meet Vera Stark; the New Stages Festival and The Good Negro. Chicago credits include The Detective’s Wife (Writers Theatre); Sweeney Todd (Drury Lane Theatre); The Hot L Baltimore (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); The Year of Magical Thinking (Court Theatre); Macbeth and Romeo y Julieta (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); A Walk in the Woods, The Pitmen Painters, In Darfur, Frost/Nixon, The Farnsworth Invention, Martin Furey’s Shot (Jeff Award) and The History Boys (TimeLine Theatre Company, where he is an artistic associate); Tomorrow Morning (Jeff Award) with Hillary A. Williams, LLC; Love Person and I Sailed with Magellan (Victory Gardens Theater); Distracted, Kid-Simple: a radio play in the flesh, I Do! I Do! and Hedwig and the Angry Inch (American Theater Company); Scorched, Pangs of the Messiah and Our Enemies (Silk Road Theatre Project) and Jon (Collaboraction). He is a company member of Barrel of Monkeys Productions.

 

Watch & Listen More

  • The Making of By the Way, Meet Vera Stark

With Goodman Theatre

  • Ask Aunt Susan Ask Aunt Susan
    New Stages Amplified
    Play by Seth Bockley
    Directed by Joanie Schultz
  • The Good Negro The Good Negro
    0910 Season
    Play by Tracey Scott Wilson
    Directed by Chuck Smith
  • Vera Stark Vera Stark
    1213 Season
    Play by Lynn Nottage
    Directed by Chuck Smith
  • Pullman Porter Blues Pullman Porter Blues
    1314 Season
    Play by Cheryl L. West
    Directed by Chuck Smith
  • Ask Aunt Susan Ask Aunt Susan
    1314 Season
    Play by Seth Bockley
    Directed by Henry Wishcamper
  • Another Word for Beauty Another Word for Beauty
    1516 Season
    Play by José Rivera
    Directed by Steve Cosson
  • Objects in the Mirror Objects in the Mirror
    1617 Season
    Play by Charles Smith
    Directed by Chuck Smith
  • Having Our Say Having Our Say
    1718 Season
    Play by Emily Mann, Adapted from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth
    Directed by Chuck Smith