Richard Cox

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As an actor, B’dway includes Capt. Brassbound’s Coversion (opposite Ingrid Bergman), Platinum (Clarence Derwent Award, Tony & Drama Desk noms), Blood Brothers, The Apple Doesn’t Fall and Richard II (Wm Hurt).  Off B’dway:  Moonchildren, Fishing, Alice in Concert (opposite Meryl Streep), What a Man Weighs, The Family of Mann, Noa Noa and Saved.  Regional:  Foxfire (opposite Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn) at the Guthrie, Streamers at the Goodman, title role in Richard III at Milwaukee Rep, The Beach at Yale Rep, in LA:  The Royal Family at the Ahmanson, Born Yesterday at Pasadena Playbouse, Valmont in Les Liasons Dangereuses and Tony in Savage in Limbo.  TV includes the miniseries American Tragedy (Dershowitz), Robert Altman and Garry Trudeau’s Tanner ’88, the MOW’s Shattered Innocence, Unholy Matrimony and Young at Heart.  Recent guest starring roles: Leverage, Southland, Moonlight, Bones, Numb3ers, Cold Case, The Closer, and Without a Trace.  Films include: Cruising, Between the Lines, King of the Mountain, Code Hunter, Blank Slate, Radio Free Albemuth and Al Pacino’s Looking for Richard and Wilde Salome. 


Elise Hodges
Assistant Director

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When we first produced this show, it was my second time fulfilling the role of assistant director for a project at Theater 68.  I was thrilled to be called to assist in putting it back up for another run.  My first AD experience was on our show Subway Series with Director and Producer Ronnie Marmo.  Since that enriching experience and the time I spent with the talented Richard Cox on our first run of Savage in Limbo, I have gone on to direct a short run of my own original material in Sacramento and to have one of those pieces be a part of our 68 Cent Crew company show, Cupidity.  Thanks to the cast, to Ronnie, and to Richard for being an integral part of my journey writing and directing.