The Oberon Theatre Ensemble is an active player in New York’s independent theatre community. Now in our 14th season, we combine classic, contemporary, and new works in repertory. We believe in the joy of a well told story, the connection offered by a supportive community, and the magic of the theatre. More

Last Season
Oberon presented a world premiere of:


by Christopher Boal

"priceless...hilariously played" NY Times



"a quality production" "poetic staging"

At the Midtown International Festival, Oberon presented:

by Duncan Pflaster

Nominated for 11 Awards

2016 COMPANY MEMBERS . . . F - I

Steven Fechter

Oberon Associate Member

Brad Fryman

Oberon Founding Member and Co-Artistic Director, Brad's bio appears on the Executive Committee page

Oberon Core Member

William Tatlock Green

Bill Green is thrilled to be working with Oberon again, having done Taming of the Shrew and The Miser in Oberon's early years. Other favorite credits include Bruno in Krankenhause Blues, Pete in Clucky the Brave Little Hen and various roles in Boomerang Theater's evening of Stoppard one acts.

Oberon Associate Member

Don Harvey

DON HARVEY is a graduate of the University of Michigan, The American Conservatory Theatre and the Yale School of Drama. In 2008 he played Dan Rittman in Ghost on Fire for Oberon. He has performed in over one hundred plays including The Glass Menagerie, True West, American Buffalo, The Lion in Winter, Macbeth, What the Butler Saw, Sweet Bird of Youth, The Homecoming and A Lie of the Mind. He has worked regionally and in New York with such noted directors as Tony Giordano, Michael Greif, Mark Brokaw, Michael Maggio, John Tillinger and Sam Shepard.

Don's television credits include Miami Vice, Walker Texas Ranger, The Pretender, New York Undercover, NYPD Blue, ER, and Medium. He is featured in over thirty films including The Untouchables, Casualties of War, Eight Men Out, Die Hard 2, The Last Dance and American Heart. Last year he appeared in the film Anamorph with Willem Dafoe. He is very proud to have made his directorial debut in 2007 with Oberon Theatre Ensemble’s Sweet Love Adieu. Member AEA. Check out his website –
Oberon Associate Member

Amy Henault

Oberon Core Member

Earle Hugens

Oberon Associate Member