Member: Actor’s Equity
Anne Bogart: Artistic Director
A Rite (with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company)
American Document (with the Martha Graham Dance Company)
Who Do You Think You Are?
War of the Worlds: The Radio Play
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Intimations for Saxophone
Culture of Desire
Seven Deadly Sins
War of the Worlds
Small Lives/Big Dreams
BAM Next Wave Festival
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Walker Arts Center
Wexner Center for the Arts
The Krannert Center for Performing Arts
New York City Opera at Lincoln Center
The Getty Villa
American Repertory Theater
Actor’s Theater of Louisville
Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Portland Stage Company
San Jose Repertory Company
The Joyce Theater
Dance Theater Workshop
The Public Theater
New York Theater Workshop
The Whitney Museum
The Court Theater, Chicago Illinois
Olympic Arts Festival- Atlanta, Georgia 1996
Performing Arts Chicago
Miami Light Project
Gammage Center for the Performing Arts
Stamford Center for the Performing Arts
UCLA Performing Arts
Bonn Biennial, Bonn Germany
Dublin Theater Festival
Edinburgh International Theater Festival
MC93 Bobigny, France
Kaleideskop Theater- Copenhagen, Denmark
Match Play, based on Deborah Hay’s award winning dance The Match, with the Rude Mech’s, Austin, TX.
A Fair Country, Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago. Scott Zigler, Director.
Stonewall: Night Variations, En Garde Arts, New York. Tina Landau, Director.
1969, Actor’s Theater of Louisville, Humana Festival. Tina Landau, Director
Hamlet, Actor’s Theater of Louisville. Jon Jory, Director.
American Vaudeville, Alley Theater, Houston. Anne Bogart, Director
Once In a Lifetime, River Arts Rep. Woodstock, NY. Anne Bogart, Director.
Summerfolk, Trinity Rep., Providence, RI. Anne Bogart, Director
A Christmas Carol, Trinity Rep., Providence, RI, music by Adam Guettel. Tina Landua, Director.
The Obscene Bird of Night, Trinity Rep. Providence, RI. Molly Smith, Director.
On The Town, Trinity Rep., Providence, RI. Anne Bogart, Director.
Where’s Dick?, Opera Omaha’s Fall Festival of New Works. Anne Bogart, Director.
Danton’s Death, (workshop) Alley Theater, Houston. Robert Wilson, Director.
Film is Evil, Radio is Good, produced by Ontological Hysteric Theater, New York University. Richard Foreman, Director.
Danton’s Death, New York University. Anne Bogart, Director.
CHOREOGRAPHY and DIRECTION
The Oldest Boy- by Sarah Ruhl (world premiere). Lincoln Center Theatre at the Mitzi Newhouse. Opened November 3, 2014. Director: Rebecca Taichman.
Carmen - George Bizet, Glimmerglass Opera Festival, Francesca Zambello- Artistic Director. Choreography and staging: 2011 Festival.
Eurydice, by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Barney O’Hanlon. Oberlin College Department of theater at Hall Auditorium. February 2011.
Systems/Layers a multi-media dance theater work created in collaboration with SITI Company and the indie-rock band Rachel’s. The piece was commissioned by Utah State University and consequently presented by Mike Ross at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts. Direction and Choreography was by Barney O’Hanlon.
Seven Deadly Sins presented by New York City Opera at Lincoln Center. Choreography by Barney O’Hanlon, also performed.
Lilith world premiere at New York City Opera at Lincoln Center. Choreography by Barney O’Hanlon, also performed.
Nicholas and Alexandra world premiere at Los Angeles Opera starring Placido Domingo. Conductor: Mstislav Rostropovitch. Movement Director: Barney O’Hanlon, also performed.
bobrauschenbergamerica, by Charles L. Mee with the SITI Company. All dances by Barney O’Hanlon.
23 Seconds About John Cage for Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado. Co-directed by Barney O’Hanlon and Leon Ingulsrude. Choreographed by Barney O’Hanlon.
Bob, SITI Company, based on the work of Robert Wilson. Bob dance: Barney O’Hanlon.
Room, SITI Company, based on the writings of Virginia Woolf. Movement Dramaturge: Barney O’Hanlon. The “Virginia Reel” choreographed by Barney O’Hanlon.
Intimations for Saxophone, Arena Stage, Washington, DC. All dances by Barney O’Hanlon.
Charlotte: Life or Theater, Prince Music Theater, Philadelphia, PA. Choreography: Barney O’Hanlon
Stonewall, Night Variations for En Garde Arts, New York. Opening number: Barney O’Hanlon.
The Outcast - an opera by Noah Ain directed by Tina Landau. 651 Arts at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Choreography: Barney O’Hanlon
Steel Pier, Cape Rep. Cape Cod, MA. Choreography: Barney O’Hanlon
La Dispute American Repertory Theater, Cambridge, MA. Opening Dance: Barney O’Hanlon
Under Construction Humana Festival of New American Plays. Latin group dance by Barney O’Hanlon.
Short Stories, performed in Juneau, Alaska and Copenhagen, Denmark. Choreorgraphy by Barney O’Hanlon.
Medea Stories, St. Edward’s College, Austin, TX. Choreography by Barney O’Hanlon