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ALLEN RADWAY (Adjunct Instructor) has worked as a theatre artist, educator, arts administrator, and activist in Philadelphia for nearly two decades. He is the Producing Artistic Director of Simpatico Theatre in Philadelphia, where he's directed: Richard Adams’ Watership Down, adapted by John Hildreth, in co-production with Drexel's Mandell Professionals in Residence Project, Milk Like Sugar by Kirsten Greenidge, David Rabe’s adaptation of Chekhov’s novella The Black Monk, The Cryptogram by David Mamet, and Evie’s Waltz by Carter W. Lewis. Other recent directing credits include: The Tempest and Our Town for Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company. Allen is also a Barrymore Award-nominated actor, and has performed in over sixty productions to date, including local appearances with the Wilma Theater, the Arden Theatre Company, PlayPenn, Theatre Exile, Lantern Theater Company, Azuka Theatre, and People’s Light Theatre Company. He holds a BFA in Acting from the University of the Arts, where he is an Assistant Professor, and has studied abroad with members of the Royal Shakespeare Company and Complicité. He is an advocate for people with intellectual disabilities, and is an annual participant in the Buddy Walk which celebrates National Down Syndrome Awareness Month while raising funds and awareness for CHOP's T-21 Clinic locally. He is an incredibly proud husband and father.