Patricia Conolly, (Director/Hay Fever)
Patricia Conolly has
worked in London with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in the West End with Dame Maggie Smith. She has also performed at the Chichester Festival Theatre with Sir Laurence Olivier, in Paris with
Peter Brook, on Broadway with Ellis Rabb and the APA Repertory Company, and with many other leading names in the US, UK, Canada and her native Australia. She has played some dozen or more leading
Shakespearean roles, as well as classic roles as diverse as Blanche from Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, and Hedda from Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler. She works
regularly on and Off-Broadway and has taught and directed in New York, Boston, San Diego, and Florida.
Monique Fowler (Artistic
Director, Director/Bird of Passage.) Monique has had an acting career spanning 30 years, performing on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway, and in leading regional theatres
across the United States. Favorite playwrights include William Shakespeare, Henrik Ibsen, Bernard Shaw, Anton Chekhov, Eugene O’Neill, Tennessee Williams, Edward Albee, and Arthur Miller. She
has been an Associate Artist at the Old Globe since 2006. In 1999, Monique took her one-woman show on the American poet, Elizabeth Bishop, to Brazil. She performed her second play, The Other
Life: Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell, at both the University of Maine in Orono and at The Cell Theatre in NYC. Monique has taught both undergraduate and graduate acting at Temple
University. She received her B.A. in English and French Literature from Oberlin College and M.A. in Speech and Theater from the
University of Michigan. Monique's grandfather, the Rear Admiral J.W. Fowler, was born in Lewiston, Maine. Monique dedicates The Bagaduce Theatre to her family and
she is proud to continue its legacy at The Fowler Farm.
John Vivian (General Manager) John has been a member of Actors’ Equity Association since 1971. Stage Manager -
Broadway: Rent, Death and the Maiden, Waltz of the Toreadors, Pygmalion, Hay Fever, Twice Around The Park and Man On The Moon. Off-Broadway: World premiere of London
Suite, Moscow Stations, Union Square Theater; Molly Sweeney, Roundabout Theater; Isn’t It Romantic, Kaufman at Large, Bonjour La Bonjour, Meetings,
Phoenix Theater; Geniuses, Christmas on Mars, Playwrights Horizons; Hands of its Enemy, Blue Plate Special, Manhattan Theatre Club; Ten by Tennessee, Lucille
Lortel Theater. Regional: A Streetcar Named Desire, Williamstown Theater Festival; Diary of Anne Frank, Hartman Theatre Co.; A Shadow
Box and A Christmas Carol, Fords Theater; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Comedy of Errors, Taming of the Shrew, Dallas Shakespeare Festival; House of Blue
Leaves, Westport Playhouse. National Tours: The Sisters Rosensweig, Lost in Yonkers, Waltz of the Toreadors, Camelot. Special Events: Broadway on
Broadway, Times Square; Broadway Under The Stars, Bryant Park; Tribute to Lorne Michaels, Spring Gala, Tribute to Carolina Herrera, American Songbook, Lincoln
Center; Inner Circle Show (with Mayors Bloomberg and Dinkins).