THIS SEASON: Gloucester in King Lear; Sea Captain, Priest in Twelfth Night; Escalus in Measure for Measure; John of Gaunt, Carlisle in Richard II.
OTHER THEATRES: Prospero in The Tempest (Richmond Shakespeare Festival); Lafew in All’s Well That Ends Well (Baltimore Shakespeare Festival); David Bliss in Hay Fever, Judge Wargrave in Ten Little Indians (Cumberland Theatre, Maryland); Mr. Purdue in Habeas Corpus (Mercury Theatre, Colchester, England); Ariel in The Tempest, Professor Tongue-Twister in Spring Awakening, Friar Thomas in Measure for Measure, Woodenshoes in Front Page, a Thane in Macbeth, Professor McFee in Jumpers, a Servant in The Cherry Orchard, a Slave in The Bacchae (The National Theatre Company, London); the Official of the Academie Francaise in The Misanthrope (Broadway and The National Theatre Company); Titorelli in The Trial, Mr. Samsa in Metamorphosis, Vulture in Knock at the Manor Gate (London Theatre Group with Steven Berkoff); Rajneesh, Remi, Turkish Customs Officer, and a Parrot in The Warp (also at the Edinburgh Festival and The Roundhouse), Zaphod Beeblebrox’s other head in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (The Science Fiction Theatre of Liverpool with Ken Campbell); Dave in Treats (The Royal Court, London); Hugh in Abelard and Eloise (The West End, London); Fool in King Lear (Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, England); Gus in The Dumb Waiter, Cliff in Look Back in Anger, the Cat in Dick Whittington, the Caterpillar and the Red King in Alice in Wonderland, Patrice in Ring Round the Moon, Salerio in The Merchant of Venice (Gateway Theatre, Chester, England); Philip in The Lion in Winter (Worthing Repertory, England); Feste in Twelfth Night (Canterbury Repertory, England).
OTHER CREDITS: Writer and performer of one-man play, UFO Pilot at The ICA, London and other venues.
TV/FILM: The Player/Lucianus in Hamlet (ATV); Orange Juice in Games without Frontiers (BBC); Bill in A Family Affair (BBC); Billy the Kid in The Fastest Con in the West (BBC); Angelo in Measure for Measure (BBC).
EDUCATION: Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London; Shakespeare & Company, Lenox, Massachusetts.
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Saturday, May 30, 2015, 2:00 pm
Much Ado about Nothing
Saturday, May 30, 2015, 7:30 pm
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Actors' Renaissance Season