Tom Aulino is a professional actor, director and an assistant professor of theatre at Wayne State University. He has performed on Broadway in George C. Wolfe’s production of On The Town and his extensive Off-Broadway credits include Henry VIII and Measure for Measure for the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park, as well as performances at Lincoln Center Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Theatre for a New Audience and as an original member of Charles Busch’s Theatre-in-Limbo. He has appeared in regional theatres across the country, including the Goodman Theatre and the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington DC, the Huntington Theatre in Boston, Kansas City Repertory Theatre and the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT. He received Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award for his performance in About Face Theatre’s production of Take Me Out at the Steppenwolf Theatre. On television, he has appeared on Law and Order. He is a long-time member of Actors Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild. He has directed productions at La Mama ETC in New York, Remains Theatre in Chicago and the Kansas City Repertory Theatre. Mr. Aulino has taught Shakespeare at the Steppenwolf Theatre School and Rutgers University (Camden) and several levels of acting at the University of Pittsburgh, where he received a master of fine arts in performance pedagogy. Most recently, he served on the performance faculty at Auburn University. He received a BS in theatre from Northwestern University.