Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr. most recently has been co-writing Dispatches From (A)mended America, a documentary play about the American South during the month before President Obama's inauguration. He also stars in Mark Harris' film about death cults, The Lost Children. At EST, Godfrey appeared in Michael Lew's microcrisis with Youngblood and in the Going to the River festival. In addition to being a new member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, he's a member of Epic Theatre Ensemble, most recently appearing in Epic's production of Othello and Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play. Producing Artist at Epic Theatre Ensemble, 2005-2009. Off-Broadway: Passion Play, A More Perfect Union, Widowers' Houses, Einstein's Gift (Epic Theatre Ensemble), The Old Settler (Primary Stages), Betty's Summer Vacation (Playwrights Horizons), Free Market (Working Theatre), Ice Island (Melting Pot Theatre), Murder at the Cathedral (Brooklyn HQ) and Leader of the People (New Georges). Regional productions at Syracuse Stage, Arena Stage, People's Light and Theatre Company, Round House Theatre, and Barrington Stage, among others. Member of Lark Playground. TV: All My Children, As the World Turns, Law & Order, NYPD Blue, Third Watch. Films by Mark Harris (Katrina, Constance, Bloody Mary, Manhole IV), Audrea Topps (Raw Intensity, Hard Candy) and Christina Kotz-Cornejo (The Appointment). He currently teaches acting at Cornell University, and has also taught at Binghamton University and Marymount Manhattan University.