Kittson O’Neill is a Philadelphia based actor, director and dramaturg. She was last seen on stage in Arcadia at The Lantern. Her most recent directing credits include The Winters Tale for Shakespeare in Clark Park, Three Christs of Manhattan for InterAct (co-directed with Seth Rozin) and On the Verge for Hedgerow. Other favorite Philly performances include: The Body Lautrec(Cromie and Tuomanen), New Jerusalem (The Lantern), Down Past Passyunk (InterAct), Behind the Eye (Gas & Electric), The Pride of Parnell Street (Act 2), Lidless (Interact), and The Early Bird (Inis Nua). In NYC: You Are Dead You Are Here (HERE Arts), The Darker Face of the Earth (TWAS Productions). And Regionally:Eggs (People’s Light & Theater), Maggie Rose, An Unhappy Woman & October 1962 (New Jersey Repertory), Jigsaw Nation (The Playwrights Center, South Coast Repertory, Curious Theater). She has worked as a dramaturg for both Playpenn and The Kennedy Center. She is the Artistic Associate of Interact Theater Company, a graduate of The Shakespeare Lab and the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s internship program. Up next she is directing A Knee That Can Bend , a world premier by Emma Goidel, for Orbiter 3 and reviving her performance in Being Norwegian for A PLAY, A PIE AND A PINT!
During A Christmas Carol, Endless Pools® hosted a holiday party at Hedgerow Theatre. At this party, guest speaker Steve Walker spoke after his return from the IRONMAN® World Championship presented by GoPro in Kona, Hawaii.
In this week’s Dickens’ series, The Ghost of Christmas Past pays Scrooge a visit and takes us back to the miser’s youth. Brock D. Vickers continues Dickens’ one-man
Christmas Carol voicing all the parts of Scrooge, Christmas Past, Belle, and many others. . Enjoy this week’s production and come see our 23rd annual A Christmas Carol opening December 4. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Hedgerow Theatre.
As Thanksgiving nears and Black Friday deals linger, nestle up near a fire place a turn the lights down low as Marley's ghost visits the miser Scrooge in part two of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol read by company member Brock D. Vickers