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Brian Feehan

Brian FeehanBrian Feehan has been a professional director, choreographer and writer for over 20 years. Originally from Chicago, he began his career as a professional actor, attending first the prestigious Goodman School of Drama and then graduating with a BFA from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. In addition, he was chosen to attend the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain, where he had the chance to learn from such luminaries as Sir Ian McKellan, Sir Anthony Hopkins, and Alan Rickman. He was also chosen to attend the renowned Iowa Writer's Conference.
His play HEAD GAMES was a finalist in the 13th American Globe Play Festival, a finalist for the Heidman Award at Actors Theatre of Louisville, performed at the Lost Theatre Co. in London and the Summer Shorts series in New Jersey. The screenplay version was selected for the Beverly Hills Film Festival this past spring.
His play MARTINIS AND MIDNIGHT was also part of the American Globe Festival, as well as the Lost Theater and the 15th Annual Shelter Skelter Festival at the Shelterbelt Theater in Omaha in 2010. His adaptation of the JM Barrie classic Peter Pan played the Dorset Theater Festival. IT'S THE MISER, an adaptation of Moliere, was at the Westside Rep in NYC as well as the Walnut Hill School of the Arts in MA. TWILIGHT, a screenplay, was a quarter-finalist for the Writers Network Competition.
Multiple other screenplays in a variety of genres. VIVA LES GIRLS is a musical set in a 1960's Vegas Nightclub and PARLOR GAMES is a farce set in a funeral parlor in the deep South.
For five years he was the Artistic Director for the Riverside Stage ompany in NYC. Other New York directorial credits include WHERE DID VINCENT VAN GOGH? starring Emmy Award winner Dan Castellanetta (Homer Simpson), AMPERSAND (NY Newsday Oppy Award Nomination), CARRIN BEGINNING as well as the premieres of THE HEAD, WATCHING MY HAIR GROW, and MEDEAS NURSE starring Academy Award winner Kim Hunter. In addition, he has spent three seasons at the Dorset Theater Festival, where he won the Best Director Award for his production of THE LION IN WINTER, his production of JACQUES BREL at the Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia was nominated for Best Choreography. His LES LIAISONS DANGERUSES was a splash at Yale University. Traditional musicals include WEST SIDE STORY, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, and CHICAGO to name a few. He has been an evaluator for the National Music Theater Network and a member of Director's Lab West.

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