Our director for Richard III, Laura Gordon, is currently receiving rave reviews for her performance in Forward Theater’s Good People. Check out one of the reviews here. And here is some more information about Laura: Laura Gordon joins the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival for the first time this season. An Associate Artist at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Laura works both as a director and an actor. Her directing credits include: Love’s Labour’s Lost and The Winter’s Tale (Utah Shakespeare Festival); The Royal Family and Old Times (American Players Theater); Twelfth Night (Optimist Theater); Well (Milwaukee Chamber Theater); Going to St. Ives (Forward Theater); Skin Tight (Renaissance Theaterworks); In the Next Room or the vibrator play (Actors Theater of Louisville); and Speaking In Tongues, Laurel and Hardy, Almost Maine, Seascape, and I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady from Rwanda (Milwaukee Rep). As a long time member of the Resident Acting Company at the Milwaukee Rep, Laura has appeared in over 75 productions including The Diary of Anne Frank (Edith Frank), Death of a Salesman (Linda Loman), Doubt (Sister Aloysius), The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Maureen), Mary Stuart (Queen Elizabeth), Richard III (Elizabeth), Twelfth Night (Olivia), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Princess of France), Copenhagen (Margrethe) and The Crucible (Elizabeth). She was honored with a Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship in 2010.