Craig Dudley

Artistic Director, TETC|NY

Craig Dudley serves as the Artistic Director of The Ensemble Theatre Company of New York. Mr. Dudley graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and received a scholarship to the American Theatre Wing. He was mentored for over 20 years by Philip Burton, father to Richard Burton and has an illustrious acting career. Mr. Dudley has performed in several productions by The Old Globe in San Diego, California. His roles there include doctor and ensemble in “King Lear,” Vincentio, the tailor, in “the Taming of the Shrew,” and Dundas in “The Madness of George III.”

He has appeared in several shows in New York including Macbeth and Othello (Roundabout Theatre Company), The Miser (Bank Street Theatre), New York Fringe Festival, War and Peace (Symphony Space), Ursulas Permanent (Kraine Theatre), Misalliance (Equity Library Theatre) and The Seagull (Guest Artist/Columbia University).

His regional credits include Richard II and the North American Premiere of The Woman (Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada), Hamlet (Coconut Grove Playhouse), A Tale of Two Cities (Repertory Theatre Of St. Louis), The French Lieutenants Woman (Fulton Opera House), An Inspector Calls (Florida Studio Theatre), The Hasty Heart (Kennedy Center), Mary Stuart (Ahmanson Theatre), Cyrano de Bergerac (American Stage Festival), Racing Demon (Merrimack Theatre), Amadeus (Wayside Theatre), Dial M For Murder (Long Island Stage), The Mystery of Irma Vep (Mill Mountain Theatre), Crown of Kings (Byrdcliffe Theatre Festival), Miracle (White Barn Theatre), Noises Off (New Harmony Theatre, Boston Herald Repertory Company) and Twelfth Night (Tri-state Actors Theatre).

Mr. Dudley has appeared in several stock productions of Camelot playing King Arthur. His television credits include “Love Is a Many Splendored Thing, One Life to Live,” “Gimme a Break and Exiled.” He co-produced a theatrical documentary about Sir Derek Jacobi.