The Luna Theater is a 501c(3) non-profit theater company dedicated to presenting the Philadelphia and South Jersey area with thought-provoking works by contemporary and classical playwrights. We seek to develop an audience of open-minded theatergoers that cross cultural, ethnic and social lines by producing drama that is intense, challenging, educational and entertaining.
Neill Hartley is involved in several aspects of professional theater.
As an actor, he has appeared in many regional productions including
Working, Sweeney Todd and Company at the Arden Theatre, God’s Country and
Aunt Dan and Lemon with InterAct Theatre, and Measure for Measure,
Twelfth Night, and A Midsummer Nights Dream for the Philadelphia
Shakespeare Festival. Most recently he appeared in Batboy, The Musical with
1812 Productions, which won a Philadelphia Barrymore award for best
ensemble. He has three one-man shows that he regularly presents: The
Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The Spirit of Lindbergh, and Sherlock Holmes and
The Speckled Band. His work can also be seen in commercials, industrials
and feature films.
Neill has directed productions of The Zoo Story, Oleanna and No Exit
for Luna Theater, and will be directing next season’s productions of
Death and the Maiden and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? He has also
recently directed shows for Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival
and the University of the Arts. He is an assistant professor of voice
and speech at he University of the Arts and has also acted as a speech/dialect
coach for several professional theater productions.