Lawrence Arancio is an actor, director, writer and teacher. He has appeared in over thirty plays regionally and in New York, including Drawer Boy, Awake and Sing!, School for Scandal, Otherwise Engaged, Ivanov, The Nerd, The Normal Heart, The House of Blue Leaves, Good and Table Manners. His most recent directing credits include Yellowman and A Different Moon at Penguin Rep, and Pages, a new musical, at C.A.P. 21. His film work includes Extreme Measures and Saving Shiloh. On TV, he guest starred on “Law and Order” (three times), “The Practice,” and “Party of Five” and had recurring roles on “Total Security” and “As the World Turns.” As a writer, his fiction and poetry have appeared in The Iowa Review and other literary journals; his plays Mystery in Space, Alcimero and Sing for your Supper have been produced in New York and Chicago. He currently teaches acting and is the Chair of the Acting department at C.A.P 21. He has also taught at HB Studio, AMDA and Columbia College Chicago. He has been married to the actress Ann Dowd for a long time and they have two wonderful children.
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