Margo is now a theatre artist, administrator and educator living in Vermont. Regional credits include the American premiere of David Harrower’s Mary Stuart (Vermont Shakespeare), original musical (Mad as the Wind and the Sea (Gospel Hollow), directing and developing Of the Better Kind (Theatre Kavanagh), Love Alone and The Kid Thing (VT Pride Festival), A Fleeting Animal, the opera from David Budbill’s award winning “Judevine” Durang Bang, Bad Dates, Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lost Nation Theatre), Picasso at The Lapin Agile, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee ,Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cabaret (Dibden Center for the Arts - NVU), Eurydice (Bake off: VSC). Regional: 2016 Alliance/Kendeda winner Start Down at Centenary world premiere of Pen winner How To Pray, Bekah Brunstetter’s You May Go Now, Neena Beeber’s The Dew Point, Sister Week and Road to Mecca (CSC-NJ), Hecuba (Williamstown/ACT) with Olympia Dukakis and Viola Davis, Another Side of the Island, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest (Orlando Shakespeare Festival, Alpine Theatre Project, Long Wharf Theater. ACT production highlights (Associate Dir)- Arcadia, (West coast premiere) Enrico IV, (Richard Nelson, adaptor), The Misanthrope, Celebration and The Room (Peter Reigert and, Diane Venora), The Tempest (David Strathairn, Michael Tucker and, Geoff Hoyle), Threepenny Opera ( Bebe Neuwirth, Anika Noni Rose), A Woman of No Importance ( Elizabeth Banks). Multiple award winner Glace Bay Miner’s Museum (Phoenix theater, SF), Getting Out (Il Teatro Theater, SF), Hamlet (adapted) and Cloud Nine (UCR), Time Lost (L.A. Playhouse), Top Girls (Warehouse Rep) Women of the Bear (Stage 3), Freudian Slip (New City Theatre), Danger! Woman on Board (SF Fringe). Former positions include Associate Artistic Director American Conservatory Theatre San Francisco and Artistic Director Half Moon Theatre, NY. Whitcomb teaches Shakespeare and acting at CCV Montpelier and has taught at NVU, Marymount Manhattan College, American Conservatory Theatre, SF College of Art and Design, Vassar College, University of California Riverside and Santa Barbara, University of Washington and City University of NY. She holds a BFA in Acting, (University of Minnesota), MA in Theatre History/Literature (UCSB) and an MFA in Theatre Directing (University of Washington, Seattle). Whitcomb will next be seen acting in Shakespeare’s Will, a one woman show at Lost Nation Theater in Fall 2019.