Sarah Gliko and Ross Beschler in Describe the Night. Photo by Johanna Austin.

Ross Beschler

Everything I do has been taken to a new level – my voice, body, creative instincts, imagination. I can’t conceive of approaching the work of the last five years without my Hothouse experiences to help guide me.

Ross Beschler is a Wilma Hothouse Company Member, and teaches Hothouse technique in Summer Intensives and international workshops. Previously at the Wilma: Describe the Night, There, Blood Wedding, Mr. Burns: a post-electric play, Our Class, Passage, Under the Whaleback, Bootycandy, Hamlet, R&G Are Dead, Antigone, The Hard Problem, Dionysus Was Such a Nice Man, and Adapt! Other shows include Indecent (Arden),The Dangerous House of Pretty Mbane (Interact), Machinal, Delirium, Hell, and Three Sisters Part Two (EgoPo), Hunter Gatherers and Knives in Hens (Theatre Exile), He Who Gets Slapped (PAC), Maple & Vine (City Theatre), The Lonesome West (Lantern), Kate Crackernuts (The Flea), End Days (People’s Light & Theatre), and Romeo Castellucci’s Julius Caesar: Spared Parts at the 2016 FringeArts and Crossing the Line festivals.  Ross has also appeared in Yellow, Ilium Was and several digital projects with the site-specific collective Die-Cast (

MFA: Temple. Film: The Jersey Connection, Flight of the Cardinal, Code Blue.