Brian Feehan – Brian is a professional director, choreographer and writer, originally from the Chicago area and now based in Connecticut. Brian began his career as an actor, attending the Goodman School of Drama. He was also chosen as one of thirty to study at the Royal National Theatre in Great Britain under the tutelage of Sirs Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellan. As a director/choreographer his work has been seen in New York as well as across the U.S., most recently at the Little Theatre on the Square (“CHICAGO”). He received the Golden Leaf Best Director Award for his production of “THE LION IN WINTER’ at the Dorset Theater Festival in Vermont; the Founder’s Award for Best Direction from the Riverside Stage Company in NYC (“CARRIN BEGINNING” – an Oppy Award Winner). He was nominated for Best Choreography by the Philadelphia Critics Circle for his production of “JACQUES BREL” at the Walnut Street Theater. As a writer, his plays “PARLOR GAMES”, “HEAD GAMES”, and “OUT OF GOLD” are published and licensed by Heuer Publishing (www.hitplays.com). His play “MARTINIS AND MIDNIGHT” was a part of the Lost Theatre Play Festival in London (getting a rave review from the London Times) as well as the Shelterbelt Theater in Omaha. His adaptation of JM Barrie’s “PETER PAN” premiered at the Dorset Theatre Festival in Vermont, and “IT’S THE MISER” (an adaptation of the Moliere, set in the world of 1950’s black and white sitcom) has been seen at several Regional theaters throughout the country. Previously at Interlakes Brian has directed and choreographed “CABARET”, “HAIRSPRAY”, “CAROUSEL”, “BUDDY HOLLY”, “HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL”, “THE SOUND OF MUSIC”, “GREASE”, “FIDDLER” and “CHICAGO”. Other favorites include “NOISES OFF”, “A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC”, “LES LIAISONS DANGERUSES” (Yale), and “INTO THE WOODS”. For more info: www.brianfeehan.com.