Resume

Independent Production
Nikos, Ever Hear of Mario Savio?
Written and Directed by Daniel Rudman, Marsh Theatre, April 2018

Solo Performance
Solo Performance classes with David Ford, Marsh Theatre, 2010–present. Performances in Berkeley and San Francisco. Developed two 90-minute shows:
ADAPT. Science Fiction, set in 2150 and after. In Development.
Velma. Autobiographical story. Boulder Fringe Festival, San Francisco Fringe Festival. August and September, 2012.

Contra Costa Civic Theatre
Paul Sycamore, You Can’t Take it With You, by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. 2005. Directed by Kate Culbertson
Marcus Lycus, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Shevelove and Gelbart, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. 2003. Directed by Mike Manley.

Berkeley Actors Ensemble
Doctor Chebutykin, The Three Sisters, by Anton Checkhov, adapted by David Mamet. Berkeley, CA, 2002. Directed by Deborah Blondheim.

Onward Theatre Ensemble
Hanratty, The Death of Buster Quinine, by Richard Barnes. Claremont, CA. Reunion performance, 1994. Directed by Andy Doe.

Eureka Theatre
Hugo, Mary Barnes, by David Edgar. San Francisco, CA. 1981. Directed by Richard E. B. White.

Berkeley Shakespeare Festival
Stephano, The Tempest. 1979. Directed by Audrey Stanley.
Oswald, King Lear. 1979. Directed by Julian Lopez-Morillas.
Hugh Evans, The Merry Wives of Windsor. 1979. Directed by Richard E. B. White.
Thersites, Troilus and Cressida. 1976. Directed by Ken Grantham.
Pericles, Pericles. 1975. Directed by J. D. Trow.

Berkeley Repertory Theatre
Claudius, Hamlet. 1975. Directed by Doug Johnson.
IRA Officer, The Hostage, by Brendan Behan. 1975. Directed by Michael Leibert.
Diamond Louie, Front Page, by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. 1974. Directed by Michael Leibert.
Egeus, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. 1974. Directed by Doug Johnson.
Boze, The Petrified Forest, by Robert E. Sherwood. 1973. Directed by Michael Leibert.

Houston Shakespeare Festival
Malvolio, Twelfth Night. Houston, TX. 1972. Directed by Sam Havens.

Onward Theatre Ensemble
Hanratty, Al Haq, The Death of Buster Quinine, by Richard Barnes. Claremont, CA. 1970, 1972. Directed by Andy Doe.
Father None, The Confessions of Father None, by Stanley Crouch. 1971. Directed by Andrew Doe.
Bargee, Sergeant Musgrave’s Dance, by John Arden. 1971. Directed by Andrew Doe

Colorado Shakespeare Festival
Laertes, Hamlet. Boulder, CO. 1965. Directed by Jim Sandoe.
Trinculo, The Tempest. 1965. Directed by Martin Cobin.
Patroculus, Troilus and Cressida. 1964. Directed by Charles Shattuck.
Don John, Much Ado About Nothing. 1963. Directed by Howard Banks.

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