Ed Vaughan has made a life in the theatre for over forty years working as an actor, director, stage manager, artistic director, professor, producer, and theatre manager. His first love is acting and he has had the opportunity to play Lear, Willy Loman, Uncle Peck, Bobby Gould, Neils Bohr, among others, and most recently, Big Daddy in "Cat." His directing credits range from the Greeks to Mamet and Durang. He enjoys directing new plays and was happy to help develop new works by Anthony Clarvoe, Kia Corthron, and Carter Lewis. Outside of the theatre, he enjoys spending time with his grandchildren who remind him of the joy of youth. Ed is now retired and spends most of his artistic time writing screenplays.
MA University of Connecticut; BA Otterbein College.
Languages: English Specializations: Acting
Website photos by Sille Arendt, Yadin Goldman, Saul Kotzubei, Lisa Lefkowitz, Tom Maher, & Esteban Vergara. All rights reserved.