Tarah Flanagan is delighted to be making her Clarence Brown Theatre debut. New York Theatre: The Mint Theatre, Looking Glass Theatre, and off-Broadway in the title role of The Little Prince, directed by Kim Martin-Cotten (Hang a Tale Prod. at the Pearl Theatre) Regional Theatre: Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Alabama Shakespeare Fest., Arkansas Rep. Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Crossroads Theatre, Eugene O’Neil Theatre, Fulton Theatre, Pioneer Theatre, Public Theatre of Maine, Studio Arena Theatre, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (title role in St. Joan), Utah Shakespeare Fest., and Cleveland Play House (the Poet in An Iliad). She has been a proud company member of the Great River Shakespeare Festival since 2007 where she was recently named Associate Artistic Director. Film/TV: Mother’s Book – directed by Keith Joseph Atkins, PBS series, Futurestates, As the World Turns, and Darwin: the Series – directed by Carrie Preston. Training: PCPA Theaterfest, Conservatory at Webster University (BFA), the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (MFA). Tarah is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.