Ted Sod

  • February 16, 2009

    TED SOD (Director) is dramaturg for the education department at The Roundabout. DIRECTING: By Jupiter, as well as many developmental readings (York Theatre Co.); The House Of Blue Leaves (Terry Schreiber Studio); Who Popped Papi Chulo? & Scarlet Sees The Light (NYC Fringe Festival); Agnes of God, A Night In Tunisia, Talley’s Folly and Wit (George Street Playhouse); Assisted Daniel Sullivan on Ten Unknowns (Lincoln Center Theater). He has also directed at Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center’s Cabaret Conference; The Bickford Theatre; Charlotte Repertory Theatre; The Arbor Music Society, Adelphi University and Sarah Lawrence College. WRITING: 27, Rue de Fleurus (Urban Stages, NYC/Published by Samuel French); Stealing (O’Neill Theatre Center Music Theatre Conference; Seattle Group Theatre); Damaged Goods, The Kiss, Not Sunset Boulevard (Alice B. Theatre, Seattle); Salon (Annex Theatre, Seattle); A Rude Awakening Off Broadway and Pine (Broadway Performance Hall, Seattle); Satan and Simon Desoto (Cal Arts Theatre School/made into the film Crocodile Tears); The Lost Art of Conversation (Readings at Abingdon Theatre Company, NYC and Lavender Footlights in Miami) and The Cousins Grimm (Developmental Readings at NYMF & York Theatre, 2007, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, 2008). ACTING: Sod appeared on Ugly Betty this season; has played villains on all three Law and Orders and will play a cabbie having a heart attack on Nurse Jackie when it debuts. He has been directed onstage by Joseph Papp, Doug Hughes, Daniel Sullivan, Gary Sinise, Carole Rothman, Pippin Parker and many others. www.tedsod.com for more info.