Harris Yulin (Ahab) appeared at Bay Street Theater in the Mainstage productions of Hedda Gabler and Frost/Nixon, and directed the 2012 production of Joe Pintauro’s Men’s Lives. Broadway credits include Hedda Gabler, Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s The Visit, Arthur Miller’s The Price, The Diary Of Anne Frank, Lillian Hellman’s Watch On The Rhine, and Athol Fugard’s A Lesson From Aloes. He has performed in many plays off-Broadway, The New York Shakespeare Festival and regional. His production of Horton Foote’s The Trip To Bountiful won many Lortel awards at the Signature Theatre in New York, playing an extended run before moving to the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. He began his directing career in 1970 at the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, with a production of Candida, featuring Stanley Holloway. His first film was in 1968—John Barth’s End Of The Road, adapted by Terry Souther and directed by Adam Avakian. Film credits include Clear And Present Danger, Scarface, Multiplicity, Ghostbusters 2, and Candy Mountain. Television credits include Ozark; Wiou, a series for CBS; and many other movies and series. He has done extensive work in radio and many narrations, the audiobooks of two Ross MacDonald novels, as well as Norman Mailer’s The Castle And The Rock. He taught, acted, and directed at the Juilliard School for ten years.