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CLAYTON CORZATTE, an Obie Award winner and Tony nominee, is celebrating his sixtieth year in professional theatre having played over two hundred roles, including Katharine Hepburn’s twin in Twelfth Night, Eva LeGallienne’s son in Ghosts, Puck to Bert Lahr’s Bull Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the title role in the The Show Off with Helen Hayes. We was a Founding Member of the APA-Phoenix Repertory in New York City.
In the Seattle area, he has directed or performed at A Contemporary Theatre, Fifth Avenue, Intiman Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Empty Space Theatre, Bathhouse Theatre, Alice B. Theatre, The Group, New City Theatre and Tacoma Actors Guild. His most recent role was Arvide in Guys & Dolls at Fifth Avenue.
Mr. Corzatte was the recipient of the Gregory Falls Sustained Achievement Ward in 2000.
SUSAN CORZATTE and Clayton Corzatte have collaborated for years: as the parents of Christopher and Felicity Kate, as actors in nearly every theatre in Seattle, as teachers at Cornish College of the Arts and as co-creaters of Antic Diversions. But, directing Clay is a first for Susan! It's been a challenge and a joy.
In 2000 the Corzattes were recipients of Gregory Falls Sustained Achievement Award and Cornish College of the Arts recently awarded them honorary doctorates.
Ms. Corzatte is the Subject of Dr. Hugh James Lurie's paper "The Actress As A Mental Health Teacher."