John Christopher Jones made his Broadway debut (1977) in Simon Gray’s Otherwise Engaged directed by Harold Pinter. Also on B’way, Hurlyburly, The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, A Month In The Country, The Suicide, London Assurance, Democracy, The Goodbye Girl, Tom Sawyer, Absurd Person Singular, Heartbreak House, and Jose Quintero’s great revival of The Iceman Cometh starring Jason Robards. Other New York highlights include Nathan the Wise, Quartermaine’s Terms, Aristocrats, Prin, The Day Room, Picasso At The Lapin Agile, Fuddy Meers, Sight Unseen, Golden Child, Don Juan, Engaged, The Forest , and The Seagull. A founding member of Shakespeare & Company, Mr Jones has performed Troilus, Antipholus of Ephesus, , Hal, Proteus, Mercutio, MacBeth, Cloten, Lavatch, Gravedigger, Grumio, Elbow, and Porter. In television he was a regular on three short-lived series; and films include Moonstruck, Awakenings, Desperate Hours, The Hurricane, and The Village. Mr. Jones is an Associate Director of the Depot Theatre in upstate New York. He has adapted for the stage Shaw’s novel, An Unsocial Socialist . He translated The Cherry Orchard for a production at the Classic Stage Company.