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Barney O’Hanlon

(George Frederick Watts/The Porpoise) has been collaborating with Anne Bogart since 1986.  As a member of  SITI he has performed nationally and internationally with productions of Who Do You Think You Are, Radio Macbeth, Hotel Cassiopeia, Intimations for Saxophone, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, La Dispute, Hay Fever, bobrauschenbergamerica, War of the Words, War of the Worlds –  The Radio Play, Culture of Desire, Cabin Pressure, and Small Lives/Big Dreams.  He has also choreographed and appeared in the world premiere of Nicholas and Alexandra at Los Angeles Opera, Lilith and Seven Deadly Sins at New York City Opera as well as additional Bogart productions at the Alley Theatre, Trinity Rep., River Arts Rep., and Opera/Omaha.  Other regional credits include Tina Landau’s 1969 at ATL, Stonewall: Night Variations for EnGarde Arts, Deadly Virtues and Hamlet at ATL, and Jon Robin Baitz’s A Fair Country for Steppenwolf.  His choreography has appeared at BAM’s Harvey Theater, Arena Stage, New York Theatre Workshop, New York City Opera, Los Angeles Opera and at the Prince Music Theatre. He recently directed and choreographed the world premiere of systems/layers a dance/theater collaboration between SITI and the Kentucky based band Rachel’s, and appeared in the Rude Mechs’ Match-Play based on Deborah Hay’s award-winning dance The Match.

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