She’s directed at The Old Globe (Opus, Orson’s Shadow, Midsummer Night’s Dream, and coming up in 2011 Groundswell by Ian Bruce), the O’Neill Theatre Festival, Off Broadway for the Roundabout Theatre, Steppenwolf, Goodman, and the list goes on and on, and she’s the head of the M.F.A. Professional Actor Training Program at UCSD. Now you can chat with Kyle Donnelly at Mo`olelo’s Wine, Cheese & Wisdom on Tuesday, July 27. Reception at 5:30 PM, Wisdom at 6:00 PM. Bring something to drink, or food to share, or  make a $10 donation at the door. RSVP at

Mo`olelo’s Wine, Cheese & Wisdom events are part of the Tuesdays at the 10th series and are opportunities for local artists and audiences to glean wisdom from a nationally-recognized theater practitioner and to close the gap between artist and audience and between local and national.

What: Wine, Cheese & Wisdom with Kyle Donnelly

When: Tuesday, July 27, 5:30 PM reception, 6:00 PM wisdom

Where: The 10th Avenue Theatre, 930 10th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101
Downtown, on 10th Avenue between Broadway and E Street

Reservations: email or call 619-342-7395

Admission: Bring something to drink (bottle of wine, liter of soda, whatever you fancy), food to share (cheese & crackers, hors d’oeuvre, or some other munchie), or make a $10  donation at the door.

About Kyle Donnelly:
KYLE DONNELLY most recently directed Spoon Lake Blues by Josh Tobiesson at the O’Neill Theatre Festival. She directed the American premiere of Brian Friel’s Give Me Your Answer, Do! Off Broadway for the Roundabout Theatre and has directed at the  Old Globe (Opus, Orson’s Shadow, Midsummer Night’s Dream), Seattle Repertory (Constant Wife, Three Musketeers), Williamstown Theatre Festival (Philadelphia, Here I Come!), Goodman Theatre (The Rover, Dancing at Lughnasa), Steppenwolf Theatre (Molly Sweeney), Huntington Theatre (Ah, Wilderness!, Hyde Park, Aristocrats, Little Foxes), American Conservatory Theatre (Constant Wife), McCarter Theatre and Berkeley Repertory (Polk County), Ford’s Theatre (State of the Union), Court Theatre (Pygmalion, Paradise Hotel), the Humana Festival at the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville (Zara Spook and Other Lures), A Contemporary Theatre (Collected Stories) Alabama Shakespeare Festival (The Rivals), Studio Theatre (Baltimore Waltz), Signature Theatre (Three Nights in Tehran), Alliance Theatre (To Kill a Mockingbird) and other regional theaters around the country. She has had a long association with Arena Stage in Washington, DC , having been Associate Artistic Director from 1992 to 1998 and directed such productions as Well, She Loves Me, Born Yesterday, Tom Walker, The Women, Lovers and Executioners, The Miser, Molly Sweeney, A Small World, Dancing at Lughnasa (winner of Helen Hayes Award for Best Production), Summer and Smoke, A Month in the Country, The School for Wives, Misalliance, Polk County (Helen Hayes Award for Best New Musical), Plough and the Stars, Shakespeare in Hollywood and others. She founded her own acting studio called the Actors’ Center in Chicago which was a leading training center for actors in that city from 1982 – 1992. She is a member of SSDC and winner of the Alan Schneider award from TCG, AT&T Onstage Award, the Helen Hayes Award and the Joseph Jefferson Award and holds the Arthur and Molli Wagner Endowed Chair in Acting at University of California, San Diego where she heads the M.F.A. Professional Actor Training Program.