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CHRIS CLAVELLI is the Associate Artistic Director of The Florida Repertory Theatre and currently serves on the faculty of The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. Directing Credits: The Florida Repertory Theatre, The Actors Studio, The NY Fringe Festival, Virginia Stage Company, Two River Theatre, Riverside Theatre, Theatre South Carolina, Off Square Theatre, Depot Theatre, 78th Street Theatre. As an actor he has worked Off- Broadway (debut, All in the Timing ) and around the country. Representative theatres: The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Kennedy Center, Florida Repertory Theatre, Florida Stage, The Hangar, The Paper Mill Playhouse, The Virginia Stage Company, Philadelphia Theatre Company, The Barter, The Stamford Center for the Arts, The Burt Reynolds Institute, The Caldwell and The Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati. He received The Best Actor Carbonell for his performance in The Mystery of Irma Vep at The Florida Shakespeare Festival and The Barrymore Award as part of the ensemble in The Philadelphia Theatre Company’s production of Sideman. Last year he was named best actor by The Florida Weekly for his performance in God of Carnage at The Florida Repertory Theatre and in 2009 He was nominated for the prestigious Alan Schneider Directing Award through Theatre Communications Group. TV: The Sopranos, Rescue Me, Law and Order, All My Children, Another World and many commercials and voice-overs.