Gillian Bagwell


Gillian Bagwell

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Gillian founded the PSC in December 1994 and has produced the PSCís thirty-six shows to date.  She directed the PSCís productions of She Stoops to Conquer; Henry V; Henry IV, Parts One and Two; The Libertine; Romeo and Juliet; Loveís Laborís Lost; and the 1995 production of Much Ado About Nothing, as well as many of the companyís concert readings, and will direct Hamlet later this year.  She has appeared on stage with the PSC as Beatrice in this yearís Much Ado About Nothing, Meg in The Hostage, Emilia in Othello, Catherine Petkoff in Arms and the Man, Kate in Taming of the Shrew, and Lady Macbeth in the PSCís 1995 production of Macbeth.  She grew up in Berkeley, received a B.A. in Dramatic Art from U.C. Berkeley and continued her training at the Drama Studio London at Berkeley.  Pre-PSC acting credits include film and television roles as well as much Shakespeare -- Margaret in Richard III, Puck and Hermia in different productions of A Midsummer Nightís Dream, Regan in King Lear, Maria in Twelfth Night, and Audrey in As You Like It, among others.