Biography

 

STEVE WITTING is primarily known for his acting work in television (Boardwalk Empire, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, and as Burt Weims on The Hogan Family) and in film (Identity Thief, The Family Fang, Catch Me If You Can, The Gods Behaving Badly, The Longest Week, Bad Words and his 3rd time working with Martin Scorsese The Wolf of Wall Street).

 

Steve has directed television (Step by Step) and most recently at the Weathervane Repertory Theatre (Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Blithe Spirit, The Norman Conquests and Boeing Boeing). He has also been directing for several opera companies in NYC and has created and produced two children's operas; Jack & the Beanstalk (music by Verdi) and the Tortoise & the Hare (Music by Rossini). 

 

Steve had a unique apprenticeship; training in burlesque comedy at the Hampton Playhouse. He learned the craft of directing from his mentor, John Dexter; performing at the Metropolitan Opera (Parade, Stravinsky Triple Bill); observing in London's West End (A Portage to San Cristobal of A.H.); and assisting Dexter on Broadway (The Glass Menagerie).