DAVID BEHRMAN - An active composer and artist since the 1960s, Behrman’s works for soloists and small ensembles include My Dear Siegfried, Leapday Night, On the Other Ocean, Interspecies Smalltalk and Long Throw. He helped found the Sonic Arts Union in 1966. Behrman has had a long association with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and has been a member of the faculty at the Avery Graduate Program in the Arts at Bard College since 1998.

ANDRÉ BISHOP - The artistic director of Lincoln Center Theater since January 1992, Bishop has developed and produced new plays and musicals by many of America's leading playwrights, composers and lyricists. Prior to his arrival at Lincoln Center, he served as Playwright Horizon's artistic director for ten years and as its literary manager for six.

ZOE CALDWELL - One of the leading classical actors of our time, Caldwell has won four Tony Awards for performances in Slapstick Tragedy (1966), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1968), Medea (1982), and Master Class (1996).  She played Cleopatra opposite Christopher Plummer's Antony in Stratford, Ontario, in Long Day's Journey Into Night opposite Jason Robards at the Kennedy Center and BAM, and Lillian Hellman in Lillian at the Kennedy Center and on Broadway.

ARTHUR GELB - The former managing editor of The New York Times. In the 1950's, Gelb was assistant drama critic under Brooks Atkinson, then served as the newspaper's chief cultural correspondent, cultural editor and later as metropolitan editor. Together with his wife Barbara, he authored the seminal biography, O'Neill (1962), an updated first volume of that biography, O'Neill: Life with Monte Cristo (2000), and Eugene O’Neill – A Documentary Film (2006). His autobiography City Room (2003) was published by Putnam.

BARBARA GELB - The author of So Short a Time, a biography of John Reed and Louise Bryant, and the one-character play, My Gene, based on O'Neill's widow, Carlotta Monterey. Together with her husband Arthur, she authored the seminal biography O'Neill (1962), an updated first volume of that biography, O'Neill: Life with Monte Cristo (2000), and Eugene O’Neill – A Documentary Film (2006). She has written numerous articles about the theater for The New York Times and other publications.

HARLEY HAMMERMAN - Webmaster and owner of SNBehrman.com. Hammerman is a practicing radiologist, who has spent much of his non-medical life putting together a prodigious Eugene O'Neill collection and the website eOneill.com. He has now turned his attention to S. N. Behrman.

TERRI HANLON - A video artist, video director, photographer, designer of hybrid imagery employing photography and digital graphics, and an art events producer, Hanlon first employed video for performance art set design. Her video work "Inversion of Solitude" was shown at the Lincoln Center Film Festival in New York and the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. "Meringue Diplomacy" premiered at the Alliance-Française in New York and can be seen on UbuWeb.com.

PAUL LIBIN - The producing director and vice president of Jujamcyn Theaters. A recipient of seven Tony Awards, Libin is vice chair of The Broadway League and serves on committees for the Tony Awards and Actors Fund. He is president of the Circle in the Square Theatre School and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. He was producing director of Circle in the Square Theatre for twenty-seven years, president of the League of Off-Broadway Theatres for thirty years and is currently adjunct professor of Theatre Arts at Columbia University.

DAVID REMNICK - Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and editor of The New Yorker magazine since 1998, where he previously served as a staff writer. Prior to joining The New Yorker, Remnick was a reporter for The Washington Post. He received a Pulitzer Prize for his book Lenin's Tomb: The Last Days of the Soviet Empire.

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