Andrew Borthwick-Leslie (he/him) is a member of Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA, where he has taught, directed, and acted for twenty years. He has taught acting and voice at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Emerson College, DeSales University and the University of Maryland among others. He has directed, devised, or assisted on over fifty productions—from Cymbeline to Perestroika. Most recently he directed Love’s Labour’s Lost and Merchant of Venice for the Shakespeare Forum at the Gym at Judson in Washington Square, Macbeth and Frances Goes to War for The Humanist Project, and Double Falsehood and Pinocchio for the Letter of Marque Theater Company. He lives happily with his husband in Brooklyn. This is his first time working with IU Theater Department and he is grateful to the staff, faculty and students for making him feel welcome in Bloomington and most especially to the department members collaborating on this excellent and revelatory play.