learn about our team 

rosemary hay

co-artistic director & founder

Rosey and Rudy founded REV in 2000.


BA, (Magna Cum Laude) University of Sussex.  

Trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.

Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director -
Scranton Shakespeare Festival (2012-13)

Directed -"A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Comedy of Errors."


Asst. Director for Trevor Nunn -

The Royal Shakespeare Company 

"Romeo and Juliet" and "The Winter’s Tale."


Asst. Director for Nikos Psacharopoulos - The Williamstown Theatre Festival

"The Greeks"


Director -

Shea's 710 Theatre (Studio Arena Theatre)

"Hedda Gabler" with Christine Baranski

Resident Professor of Acting 

University of the Arts, Temple University

Classes - Shakespeare, Poetic Realism 


Director -

Yale School of Drama, Yale Repertory Theatre

"Love 's Labour's Lost"

Director -

The Juilliard School

"Balm in Gilead," "Too True to be Good,"

"Macbeth," "The Seagull," "Heartbreak House,"

and "The Winter's Tale"

Director -

NYU, Graduate Acting Program

"Twelfth Night," "Cinders," "On The Verge,"

"Terminal Bar," and "Butterfly Kiss"

rudy caporaso

co-artistic director & founder

Rudy and Rosey founded REV in 2000.


Member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Trained at American Academy of Dramatic Arts. 

Director of REV’s Education and Outreach Programs.

Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director -

Scranton Shakespeare Festival (2012-13)

Puck in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and Dromio of Syracuse in "Comedy of Errors"


Falstaff Award - 

Winner of Best choreography (2011)

Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre’s

"The Comedy of Errors" 


Director, Choreographer -

United Neighborhood Centers of Scranton's

Summer Outreach Programs

The Emcee, Pippin

Non-Equity Tour

"Cabaret" and "Pippin"


Off-Broadway Actor -

InterArt, U.S. Premiere 

Martin Taylor in "Brimstone and Treacle"


Choreographer, Dancer -

Dance Theatre Workshop

Olivier in "Noir et Blanc," Skin in "All I Really Want," and Wingfield in "Blue Roses"

Actor -

The Williamstown Theatre Festival

U.S. Premieres of Dido of "Carthaginians," 

Mr. Lucie in "No orchids for Miss Blandish," and Treplev in "Another Seagull"