LINDA GEHRINGER

LINDA GEHRINGER

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Linda has devoted much of her time to developing new plays, especially with South Coast Repertory and the Ojai Playwright’s Festival. Her South Coast Rep credits include the world premieres of Beau Willimon’s The Parisian Woman directed by Pam MacKinnon, Julia Cho’s The Language Archive and The Piano Teacher, Horton Foote’s Getting Frankie Married, Richard Greenberg’s A Naked Girl on the Appian Way, Keith Reddin’s But Not for Me, Annie Weisman’s Hold Please, Rolin Jones’s The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow (a role she repeated in its New York premiere at the Atlantic Theater Company, directed by Jackson Gay); and the west coast premieres of Annie Baker’s Circle Mirror Transformation directed by Sam Gold, William Nicholson’s Retreat from Moscow, and Peter Hedges’s Good as New; and in Hamlet directed by Daniel Sullivan. Other credits include the world premieres of Laura Schlelhardt’s The Comparables and Bill Cain’s How to Write a New Book for the Bible at Seattle Rep, and subsequently at Berkeley Rep and South Coast Rep; the world premieres of Weisman’s Be Aggressive and Surf Report (La Jolla Playhouse) and Rebecca Gilman’s The Crowd You’re in With (Goodman Theatre, Jeff nomination); as well as leading roles in theaters across the country including Huntington Theatre, Arena Stage, Center Stage, The Old Globe, Mark Taper Forum, and seven seasons with the Dallas Theater Center. Linda’s television work includes recurring roles on Justified, Touch, The Division, Ally McBeal, and Evening Shade and guest starring roles on NCIS, Raising Hope, The Gilmore Girls, Weeds, Without a Trace, The West Wing, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Upcoming: the independent feature Kreep and New Neighborhood’s co-production of I Saw My Neighbor On the Train and I Didn’t Even Smile at Berkshire Theatre Group.