Steve Pickering | Goodman Theatre

Artist Bio

Steve Pickering

Steve Pickering

(Bio as of November 2017)

Steve Pickering returns to the Goodman, where he last appeared in The Little Foxes, one of more than 30 productions with the company since 1987, including Romeo and Juliet, On the Open Road, Good Person of Setzuan and Robert Falls’ productions of Long Day’s Journey into Night, King Lear and Death of a Salesman (also on Broadway, for the national tour and in London’s West End). Recent credits include Tin Woman (Theatre at the Center), The Audience and The Last Wife (TimeLine Theatre Company), Treasure Island (Lookingglass Theatre Company and Berkeley Repertory Theatre) and the title role in Macbeth (Santa Cruz Shakespeare). He received a 2013 Helen Hayes Award nomination for Wallenstein at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., and has performed with many of the country’s regionals, including Pittsburgh’s City Theatre Company, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Clarence Brown Theatre, Arena Stage, The Old Globe, as well as the Illinois and Alabama Shakespeare Festivals. Formerly the artistic director for Next Theatre in Evanston and a 2016 Lunt-Fontanne Fellow with the Ten Chimneys Foundation, he is currently a Goodman Theatre Creative Partner and project manager for Shanghai Low Theatricals, a stage adaptation development group. SLT credits include co-adapting George Orwell’s Animal Farm for the Steppenwolf Young Adult Program in 2014, Alastair Reynolds’ Diamond Dogs for The House Theatre of Chicago last season, and, with David Kersnar, the upcoming 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea for Lookingglass Theatre Company. ShanghaiLow.org

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