writer and actor
Steven Epp is an actor, writer and co-artistic director of The Moving Company. His acting and writing credits include The House Can’t Stand, Come Hell and High Water, Out of the Pan Into the Fire, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Liberty Falls, Speechless, The 4 Seasons, What If, Anamnesis, Imaginary Invalid at Playmakers, Massoud for Center Theatre Group, L.A. Tartuffe at South Coast Rep, and Refugia at the Guthrie. His credits include productions at the Guthrie, Children’s Theatre Company, Ten Thousand Things Theater, the Jungle Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Trinity Repertory Theatre, the Spoleto Festival, American Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Alley Theatre, The Old Globe, Center-Stage, Berkeley Rep, the Shakespeare Theatre Company, Seattle Rep, and the New Victory Theatre, as well as Theatre for a New Audience, off-Broadway. He was an actor, writer and co-artistic director at Theatre de la Jeune Lune from 1983 to 2008. He has co-authored numerous plays including Children of Paradise, winner of the 1993 Outer-Critics Circle Award for best new play. He has been a Fox Fellow, McKnight Playwrights’ Center Theatre Artist Fellow and a Beinecke Fellow, Yale University, and won the 2012 Helen Hayes Award for Best Actor, and a 2017 Ivey Award.