Revised April 2013
Long Day's Journey into Night
By Eugene O'Neill
San Francisco, CA Performances Featuring:
(Actors Subject to Change)
Mare Winningham (Mary Tyrone)
Mare Winningham: Broadway debut: Picnic, Roundabout Theatre Company. Off Broadway: Tribes, Barrow Street Theatre, Lortel Nomination for Best Featured Actress; 10 Million Miles, Atlantic Theater Company, Lucille Lortel Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical; After the Revolution Playwrights Horizons & Williamstown Theater Festival. Film: Georgia, Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress, Independent Spirit Award winner; Brothers; Swing Vote; Wyatt Earp; St. Elmo's Fire;Mirror Mirror; and Stephen Frear's upcoming film, Philomena. Television: 2 Emmy Awards for best supporting actress and 8 total nominations garnered from 3 decades of performances on TV, most recently for HBO's Mildred Pierce and The History Channel'sHatfields and McCoys. Ms. Winningham is also a singer-songwriter with 3 CDs available on iTunes.
Keith Burkland (James Tyrone)
Keith Burkland is a San Franciscan. Local theater and production credits include San Francisco Playhouse: The Apotheosis of Pig Husbandry, Art, Bug, and Our Town; Tides Theatre: Waiting for Godot; Center Rep: Macbeth, Quatermaine’s Terms, and The Real Thing; The Phoenix Theater: Goose and Tomtom, A Streetcar Named Desire, and A Lie of the Mind; Shotgun Players: Phaedra; and Interlayer’s Ensemble (Spokane, WA): How I Learned to Drive, Taking Sides, A Touch of the Poet, The Final Twist, Ah, Wilderness! and Watch on the Rhine.
Renzo Ampuero (Edmund Tyrone)
Renzo Ampuero is an actor engaged with the intersections of theater, dance, and other creative disciplines. Originally from Peru, Ampuero has performed in New York, San Francisco, Cambridge, Moscow, and Sao Paulo. He has collaborated with playwright Ellen McLaughlin in the development of new plays and is a member of the Tides Theatre in San Francisco and La Criatura Theater Company in New York. Renzo has an MFA from The American Repertory Theater at Harvard University.
Cary Cronholm Rose (Cathleen)
Cary Cronholm Rose is the Associate Artistic Director of Tides Theatre. She is a graduate of the School of Steppenwolf in Chicago and B.A.D.A.’s Midsummer in Oxford program. In Chicago she has acted with Second City, Improv Olympic, and the Steppenwolf Garage. Cary was a proud company member of the Collaboraction Theater and a founding company member of Pine Box Theatre in Chicago. In San Francisco, her favorite role was Harper in Angels in America. She can be seen in Gruesome Playground Injuries at Tides Theatre this fall.