Stephen Ruddy is the creator and director of Stolen House, developed with the Barrow Street Theatre in New York. Since 2004, he has directed the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre’s Gravid Water, both in New York and Los Angeles, featuring Amy Poehler, David Cross, Jason Sudeikis, Megan Mullally, Scott Adsit, and other theater and comedy luminaries. Stephen is an instructor and member of the curatorial committee for The Moth, the Peabody Award-winning storytelling organization, and directs for The 52nd Street Project.
Scott Morfee (Producer/Founder of the Barrow Street Theatre) Scott has been instrumental in the development of Stolen House since the beginning. His credits include: Ike Holter’s Hit The Wall, Nina Raine’s Tribes, Fiasco Theater’s production of Cymbeline, Craig Wright’s Mistakes Were Made, Thornton Wilder’s Our Town (Barrow Street Theatre); Summer Solo Series (Soho Playhouse); Adding Machine a Musical by Josh Schmidt and Jason Loewith (Minetta Lane Theatre); Gone Missing by the Civilians, No Child… by Nilaja Sun, Orson’s Shadow by Austin Pendleton, BUG by Tracy Letts, TJ & Dave, Eat the Taste by Greg Kotis, an oak tree by Tim Crouch, Hip Nos, in association with Axis Theatre Dublin, Fortnight and Fortnight x 2 (all at Barrow Street Theatre); Underneath the Lintel by Glen Berger (SoHo Playhouse); Killer Joe by Tracy Letts (SoHo Playhouse and at Theatre 2851 Chicago) and Shout & Twist (Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles). Associate producer Lady by Craig Wright (Rattlestick). At Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2006: Two Men Talking by Murray Nossel & Paul Browde at Assembly Rooms, also UK Tour and Trafalgar Studios London; Finer Noble Gases by Adam Rapp at the Bongo Club, also at Bush Theatre London; Girl Blog from Iraq: Baghdad Burning, adapted for the stage by Kimberly I. Kefgen & Loren Ingrid Noveck from the blog by Riverbend (Pleasance Courtyard). Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010: Flesh and Blood & Fish and Fowl by Geoff Sobelle & Charlotte Ford in association with the Traverse Theatre at St. Stephen’s, also at London Mime 2011 (Barbican), and Nilaja Sun’s No Child… at Assembly Rooms, also at the Dublin Theatre Festival, October 2010 (Axis Theatre).