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Ivy Rock Management
Ann Kelly
(646) 418-5418

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I was born in Davis, CA, grew up in Rochester, NY, and currently live in Brooklyn, NY. I’m of Armenian, Lebanese, Egyptian and Irish descent. But identity is complicated.

photos & press

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the corpse washer

“Gus Cuddy in his tightly-fitted t-shirts brings loads of sexual energy to the theater as Jawad’s older brother Ammoury” (WFPL)

“The fluid staging by Mark Brokaw, and a richly appealing cast, helped show [The Corpse Washer] in its best light. (American Theatre)

2019, humana festival (actor's theatre of louisville) // photos by jonathan roberts

adaption ismail khalidi & naomi wallace
novel sinan antoon
direction mark brokaw
design kimie nishikawa
costume dina abd el-aziz
lighting heather gilbert
sound luqman brown
cast arash mokhtar, mehry eslaminia, j. paul nicholas, johann george, hassan nazari-robati, diana simonzadeh, abraham makany, gus cuddy

the diary of anne frank

“In Peter, deftly portrayed by Gus Cuddy, we find Anne’s male coming-of-age counterpart who deftly conveys what it is like to lurch from awkward, self-conscious adolescent to thoughtful, intelligent young man, who becomes Anne’s love interest.” (Beyond the Nest)

“The acting is distinguished with rich performances from Ann Arvia and John G. Preston as the struggling and argumentative Van Daans, an endearing Gus Cuddy as their son Peter, and Michael Santo as Mr. Dussel, the grumpy dentist with an extreme dislike for the household cat.” (Democrat & Chronicle)

2018, geva theatre center and arizona theatre company // photos by goat factory media entertainment

adaption wendy kesselman
direction david ira goldstein
design bill clarke
costume mimi maxmen
lighting ann g. wrightson
sound dan roach
cast ann arvia, gus cuddy, steve hendrickson, anna lentz, naama potok, john g. preston, devon prokopek, michael santo

a moon for the misbegotten

2016, geva theatre center // photos by goat factory media entertainment

by eugene o'neill
direction ben barnes
design joe vaněk
lighting ann g. wrightson
sound lindsay jones
cast mark lambert, michael quinlan, kate forbes, donald sage mackay, gus cuddy

the skin of our teeth

2015, fordham university

by thornton wilder
direction taibi magar

we are proud to present a presentation about the herero of namibia, formerly known as southwest africa, from the german sudwestafrika, between the years 1884–1915

2014, fordham university

by jackie sibblies drury
direction pirronne yousefzadeh