Tragedians Anonymous Shakespeare's Tragic Characters in Therapy...Virtually Creative

Aaron Washington
Aaron Washington a native of Ohio and attended Wright State University, Aaron has been fortunate to have directed and/ or choreographed over 50 shows and the best part of this is he loves that every show is still an active learning experience. Some of his directing credits include Arsenic and Old Lace, 9 to 5 the Musical, AIDA, Steel Magnolias, Nice Work if You Can Get It, The Dining Room The Insanity of Mary Girard, 3 installments of the Nunsense Series and with Paul Berg - co directed The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Keeping the Arts Alive is vital during this time. Thank you for being an Audience Member and supporting!
Paul Berg
Paul became interested in the arts during grade school and continued to act steadily, eventually earning a degree in Acting and Directing from Illinois State University. He continued to work professionally in theatre, radio, television and film in Chicago. Paul’s directorial accomplishments include: Twilight of the Golds, 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, The Laramie Project, Angels in America, Pride and Prejudice, A Boy’s Life and The Hunchback of Notre Dame co-directed by Aaron Washington. Work in television and film included: ER, Chicago Hope, Early Edition, A Thousand Acres, Natural Born Killers and Chain Reaction. Thank you for supporting the arts and the Carrollwood Cultural Center.
Stage Manager
Tyler Temple
Dean Bittinger

Original Creative Team


Rebecca Salomonsson studied at the National Shakespeare Conservatory and has combined her loves for Shakespeare, teaching, and writing in this creative virtual adaptation of her award-winning full-length play, Outrageous Fortune.

Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Denver, Colorado.