(Bio as of March 2013)
Aaron Todd Douglas most recently appeared at the Goodman in Measure for Measure during the 2012/2013 Season. His other Goodman credits include Joe Turner’s Come and Gone in collaboration with Congo Square Theatre Company as part of the August Wilson Celebration, and Jitney, Gem of the Ocean and Drowning Crow. He also directed Congo Square’s production of The Nativity in the Owen Theatre. Other acting credits include Tree and Wheatley at Victory Gardens Theater; Wait Until Dark at Court Theatre; Julius Caesar at Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Perfect Mendacity at Steppenwolf Theatre Company. He is a founding ensemble member of Congo Square Theatre Company, where his credits include Seven Guitars (Jeff Award for Best Production and Best Ensemble), The Piano Lesson, Before It Hits Home, Spunk, Ali and the world premiere of Stick Fly. His directing credits include Pill Hill at eta Creative Arts (Black Theater Alliance Award for Best Director and Best Production), The Talented Tenth (Black Theater Alliance Award for Best Production) and The African Company Presents “Richard III” at Congo Square; and Radio Golf and Twelve Angry Men (Jeff Award for Best Ensemble) at Raven Theatre.