CHRIS HUTCHISON is in his 11th season as a Resident Company member. He has appeared in over 60 Alley Theatre productions since first appearing here as Hal in Proof in 2004. He most recently played Charles Dabernow Schmendiman in Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Robert McNamara/Wilbur Mills in The Great Society. Other favorite roles: Jeff in Dry Powder, Orlando in As You Like It, Michael in Good People, Mervyn in A Behanding in Spokane, and Padraic in The Lieutenant of Inishmore. Other roles include: The Foreigner (Owen Musser); All My Sons (George Deever); What We’re Up Against (Weber); The Seafarer (Nicky); The Seagull (Medvedenko); Amadeus (Emperor Joseph II); August: Osage County (Little Charles); World Premiere of Intelligence-Slave (Bruno); and Mauritius (Dennis). New York and Off- Broadway credits include Ensemble Studio Theatre Marathon and revivals of The Second Man, Museum, and The Hasty Heart with Obie award-winning Keen Company. Chris’s solo show TRIP was selected for production by HERE Arts Center in SoHo. Regionally he has appeared at The Guthrie Theater, Pasadena Playhouse, Baltimore’s Center Stage, Capital Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Hartford TheaterWorks, and in six seasons as a member of the Ensemble at Bread Loaf in Vermont, most recently playing Stanley Kowalksi in A Streetcar Named Desire. Film and television: “Rose Garden,” “Kill the Poor,” “Ed,” “Chappelle’s Show,” “All My Children,” “Guiding Light,” “Confessions: Two Faces of Evil,” and “Precious Victims.” Chris has an undergraduate degree in English from Lafayette College, and an MFA from The University of Washington. Chris is a proud member of Actor’s Equity and the Screen Actor’s Guild/AFTRA.