PETER MALONEY (Charlie Holmes) has appeared in 23 productions at the Atlantic. His performance as Shelley Levene in Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross at the La Jolla Playhouse was critically acclaimed, and he received a Drama Desk nomination and the Richard Seff award for his characterization of Tony Reilly in John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar on Broadway. Other Broadway credits: West Side Story, Hughie, Poor Murderer, Judgement at Nuremberg, Stanley, Carousel, Dinner at Eight, Arcadia, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Six Degrees of Separation and Our Town (Lincoln Center Theatre). At the Irish Rep he was recently seen in The Quare Land and Conor McPherson’s Port Authority. Film: 60 movies, including Boiler Room, Requiem for a Dream, K-Pax, A Little Romance, JFK, Washington Square and John Carpenter’s The Thing. TV: “Crashing,” “The Good Fight,” “Gotham,” “The Knick,” Uncle Red on “Rescue Me.” Writer: his memoir Who Does Little But Listen published in the Eugene O’Neill Review. His plays Leash and Witness (part of his Abu Ghraib Triptych), published in Best American Short Plays. Accident by Faber and Faber, others by Samuel French, Inc. He has directed over fifty professional productions (most recently Murray Schisgal’s Existence).