THE OLD GLOBE THEATRES (San Diego, CA) 2002-2005:
Context: First built in 1935, the Old Globe houses three theatres within Balboa Park in San Diego, CA. Considered to be “an influential powerhouse among regional theatres” by the New York Times, the Old Globe received the 1984 Tony Award for best regional theatre. Plays and musicals developed by the Old Globe have received nearly 60 Tony nominations and nine awards. Professional affiliation with the University of San Diego MFA Professional Actor Training Program.
Highlighted reviews include passages particular to Colleen Kelly’s work on the show.
- Old Globe 70th Anniversary Celebration, 2005:
- Dirty Rotten Scoundrels by Lane and Yazbek (Jack O’Brien, Director) 2004:
- Resurrection Blues by Arthur Miller (Mark Lamos, Director) 2004:
- Bus Stop by William Inge (Joseph Hardy, Director) 2004.
- Splendour by Abi Morgan (Karen Carpenter, Director): American Premiere 2003.
- Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare (Brendon Fox, Director) 2003:
- Knowing Cairo by Andrea Stolowitz (Seret Scott, Director) 2003:
- University of San Diego/Old Globe MFA Company:
- Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw (Barta Heiner, Director at Studio Theatre) 2005.
- Sir Patient Fancy by Aphra Behn (Brendon Fox, Director) 2004:
- The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekov (David Kennedy, Director) 2004
- Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare (Patricia Conolly, Director) 2003
- Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw (Sean Murray, Director) 2002