Mark Shanahan returns to the Alley having previously directed Holmes And Watson, Hand to God, Around The World In 80 Days, co-directed Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of The Suicide Club and directed Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps. At the Alley, he has performed in The Hollow, Harvey, Treasure Island, Tryst, Hitchcock Blonde, Witness For The Prosecution, and Journey’s End. His directing work has been seen at Virginia Stage, The George Street Playhouse, Arkansas Rep, Theatre Squared, Florida Studio Theatre, Florida Rep, The Hangar Theatre, The Fulton Opera House, Penguin Rep, The Cape Playhouse, Merrimack Rep and more. New York acting credits include Broadway's The 39 Steps; Off- Broadway’s Tryst (Irish Rep); The Shaughraun (Irish Rep); Checkers (The Vineyard Theatre); As Bees In Honey Drown (Lucille Lortel Theatre); Philadelphia, Here I Come! (Roundabout); The Internationalist (45 Bleecker and Fairfield Theatre); and others. Regionally, he has appeared extensively at The Fulton Opera House, The Westport Country Playhouse, Hartford TheatreWorks, The Kennedy Center, The Denver Center, The Pioneer, Bay Street Theatre, and Penguin Rep and others. Film includes Kill Me (also co-writer), The Felix Chronicles, Safe Men, Bug, Kinsey Three, Endsville, Mad About Harry. On television Mark has appeared on David Letterman and All My Children. Mark is a graduate of Brown University (BA) and Fordham University (MA), where he serves on the faculty. Mark is an Edgar nominee for the Mystery Writer’s of America for his adaptation of The Chronology Protection Case. His play, The Dingdong: Or How The French Kiss, an adaptation of Georges Feydeau's Le Dindon, has played Off Broadway and regionally. For more, please visit mark-shanahan.net.