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director , playwright

John Todd Thomas Longenbaugh, American playwright, director. Recipient Communicator of Excellence, Washington Press Association, 1996, Excellence in Journalism, First Place, Society of Professional Journalists, 1999. President Northwest Playwrights Guild, Seattle, 1995—1999; Member of Theatre Puget Sound.

Background

Longenbaugh, John Todd Thomas was born on February 16, 1965 in Sitka, Alaska, United States. Son of Dee and George Harley Longenbaugh.

Education

Bachelor in Classical Civilization and English, University Kent, Canterbury, England, 1985—1988. Master of Arts in Turn of the Century Fiction, University York, England, 1988—1990. Advanced Directing Degree, Central School Speech and Drama, London, 1992—1993.

Career

Artistic director Ursa Major Theatre Company, Seattle, since 1993, Theatre Babylon, Seattle, 2003—2005. Member, faculty Freehold Theatre Studio, Seattle, since 2004.

Works

Membership

President Northwest Playwrights Guild, Seattle, 1995—1999. Member of Theatre Puget Sound.

Connections

father:
Dee Longenbaugh

mother:
George Harley Longenbaugh