Sean Ogren (Director) is a thirty-two-year veteran of theatre who first appeared at Wheaton Drama two years ago as Chris in All My Sons. He has since played John Adams in 1776, Brindsley Miller in Black Comedy, Morris Townsend in The Heiress, and over at Geneva Underground, John Wilkes Booth in Assassins. He proudly returned to directing in the last year-and-a-half, putting kids through their paces at Stacey De & Company in Lombard, and at Wheaton Drama last December, directing the successful production of Its’s A Wonderful Life – Radio Play. He is grateful to be working with his parents once again, still very much in love with his wife of ten years, and so very proud of his six-year-old son Fletcher, who may well have attended more rehearsals than some of the actors.
Bio from Full Circle