Meet the cast of endgame



Reg is delighted to make his Long Wharf debut with long-time friend Gordon Edelstein and Endgame. His stage, screen, television and radio credits include The Green Bird (Broadway); The Shawshank Redemption (Dublin, West End); The Eighth (Manchester International Theatre Festival, UK Tour, Original Cast album); Tempest (LaMama); Love's Labour’s Lost (NYSF Public Theatre); Timon of Athens (NYSF); Taming of the Shrew, Richard III, Measure For Measure (NYSF-Delacorte); Talk (Obie,Foundry), The Cure at Troy (Yale Rep.); Heresy (The Flea); Theatre of War-Ajax, Antigone in Ferguson (Outside the Lines). TV/Film: “Hands of Stone,” “Fantastic Four,” “St. Vincent,” “SWAT,” “Outcast,” “House of Cards” (Emmy), “The Wire,” “The Divide,” “Oz” and the radio series' “American Song” and “Taking Care of Paul”(Airwayv).




Long Wharf Theatre: Our Town, Forgiving Typhoid Mary. Selected New York theatre: I Remember Mama (Transport Group, Lucille Lortel Award nomination); Big Love (Signature Theatre); Macbeth (Delacorte); Ivanov (Lincoln Center, Broadway); Chasing Manet, Model Apartment (Primary Stages); Hamlet (Public Theater); Orpheus Descending (Broadway); The Devils (NYTW); Uncle Vanya (Andre Gregory production). Regional: Guthrie, Barrington Stage, Two River Theatre, Hartford Stage, Yale Rep, Huntington Theatre Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Lake Lucille Chekhov Project.  Film and TV: “Catching Fire: The Hunger Games 2,” Steven Spielberg’s “Munich,” Woody Allen’s “Manhattan Murder Mystery,” Louis Malle’s “Vanya on 42nd Street,” “Law & Order”(all), “Sex and the City” (TV -- SAG Ensemble Award -- and both movies), “Damages,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Chicago Med,” Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None,” “The Affair,” “Getting On,” and more. She’s a Fox Fellow, an AEA Richard Seff Award recipient, and a Lily Award winner. Always, Lisa. 




Mr. Dennehy has worked extensively in film, theatre and television for three decades. He has won the Tony Award for Best Actor for his work in Death of a Salesman and Long Day’s Journey Into Night, respectively. Other notable stage work includes Inherit the Wind and Translations on Broadway; Hughie at Trinity Repertory; Peter Brooks’ The Cherry Orchard at Brooklyn Academy of Music; Trumbo Off-Broadway and on tour; Rat in the Skull; Says I, Says He at the Mark Taper Forum and NY’s Phoenix Theatre. Dennehy has been associated for two decades with Chicago’s Goodman Theatre, where he has starred in numerous leading roles. His extensive film work includes “First Blood,” “Cocoon,” “F/X,” “Presumed Innocent,” “Gorky Park,” “Silverado,” “The Belly of an Architect” (Best Actor Chicago Film Festival). He anchored a successful series of telefilms as Jack Reed for NBC throughout the 1990’s, and directed and starred in “Shadow of a Doubt” and “Indefensible.”






Recently appeared in Julie Taymor's A Midsummer Night's Dream and the Encores revival of Little Shop of Horrors. Broadway shows include Dinner at Eight, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Accidental Death of an Anarchist, The 1940's Radio Hour and Happy End. Off-B'way: The Boys Next Door (Drama Desk Award), Says I Says He and A Memory of Two Mondays. Long Wharf: Hughie and Privates on Parade. Other credits: Once in a Lifetime and Room Service (Williamstown), and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Yale Rep). Directing credits include One Slight Hitch by Lewis Black, A Cup of Coffeeby Preston Sturges, Heaven Can Wait and Triangles for Two (Westport Playhouse). Joe has appeared in over fifty feature films including, “Presumed Innocent,” “The Deer Hunter,” “Beaches,” “Naked Gun,” “Benny & Joon,” “Matewan,” “FX” and “Natural Born Killers.” TV appearances include “Bull,” “The Good Wife,” “Law & Order,” “Rosanne” and “LA Law.” He is on the faculty of The New School in New York.