Join us Wednesday, June 26 following the performance for a post-show conversation with Ted Hewlett.

Ted Hewlett is an actor, fight director, and teacher. In New York City, he has performed in Shogun (original Broadway cast), as well as at Pan Asian Rep, Mettawee River Co., Lincoln Center Institute, and HERE. Regional theatre performance credits include Shakespeare & Company, Syracuse Stage, Kennedy Center, Elm Shakespeare Co., and Birmingham Theatre (MI). He has choreographed violence for the Off-Broadway run of Bill W. and Dr. Bob, as well as at the Shakespeare Theatre (D.C.), Berkshire Theatre Festival, Westchester Broadway Theatre, and Fulton Opera House. Select Boston credits include Huntington Theatre, SITI Company/ArtsEmerson, A.R.T., Actors’ Shakespeare Project, New Rep, SpeakEasy Stage, Boston Ballet, Boston Lyric Opera, Merrimack Rep, and North Shore Music Theatre. Film and TV credits include Hook, Army of Darkness, and Brush Up Your Shakespeare. Mr. Hewlett earned his M.F.A. in Acting from Brandeis University, and is a proud union member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and American Association of University Professors. He is on the full-time acting faculty of Emerson College, as well as being a senior teacher at Shakespeare & Company.