About the Company

Steve Routman Steve Routman (Mendel) made his Broadway debut in Broadway, directed by the legendary George Abbott. He starred in Allan Knee's Off Broadway romance Shmulnik's Waltz at the John Houseman Theatre. Other New York appearances include Much Ado About Nothing and Love's Labour's Lost (The Public Theater/NYSF), The Skin of Our Teeth (Kander/Ebb workshop), and Lingoland (The York Theatre Company). Recent regional work includes his award-winning Moonface Martin in Anything Goes (Great Lakes Theater Festival/The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), Autolycus in The Winter's Tale (Shakespeare on the Sound), Swanson in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Goodspeed Opera House), and Bellomy in The Fantasticks (California Musical Theatre). Mr. Routman received a Helen Hayes Award nomination for his portrayal of Louis Howe in Eleanor at Ford's Theatre. Television work includes "Remember WENN," "Law & Order," "Law & Order: SVU," "Law & Order: CI," "Welcome to New York," and "Ed." He is a graduate of Northwestern University and a lyricist in the BMI workshop.

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