Edward Morehouse

Studied with Herbert Berghof and Uta Hagen. Member of HB Studio since 1952, faculty member since 1957. Stage debut in THE GOOD WOMAN OF SETZUAN, starring Uta Hagen. Off-Broadway: THIS SIDE OF PARADISE, ANDORRA, GOAL GATE, HYACINTH HALVEY, the Bishop in THE PRICE OF GENIUS, Almandy in THE PLAY’S THE THING, Edward in THE COCKTAIL PARTY, Goff in David Wiltse’s SUGGS for HTC, Lucky in the Arthur Storch production of WAITING FOR GODOT, and ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. Film: opposite Rod Steiger in THE PAWNBROKER. TV: THE NAKED CITY. Directing: UNDERCOVER MAN (HB Playwrights Foundation and Off-Broadway), CONDITIONED REFLEX (ANTA), Shaw’s YOU NEVER CAN TELL (E.L.T.), Pinter’s NIGHT and ONE FOR THE ROAD (Chelsea Arts Center), BETRAYAL and MISS JULIE (HB), O’Casey’s A BEDTIME STORY, and a stage adaptation of Dorothy Parker’s HERE WE ARE (Lincoln Center). HB Playwrights Foundation Acting: ANIMAL LOVERS and DOÑA ROSITA. Directed and designed: THE VOICE OF THE TURTLE (No Smoking), the Harrison translation of Molière’s THE MISANTHROPE (Swiss House, 1995), and the American Premiere of Jean Anouilh’s MEDEA (Hudson Guild Theatre, 1957). Writing: with Jim Boerlin, THE KNIVES ARE SILENT, an adaptation of VENICE PRESERVED, and MAY DAY (screenplay) based on the story of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Faculty member of The Hagen Institute at HB Studio with both The Hagen Summer Intensive and The Hagen Core Training programs. Recently directed Ferenc Molnár’s THE PLAY’S THE THING at HBPF.