Jared Reynolds

Jared Reynolds Jared Reynolds is a life-long citizen of New Hampshire. A recent graduate of the University of New Haven with a Bachelor's in Theater Arts, Jared used the past few years to explore as many facets of theater as he could. While primarily a playwright and actor, he also directs and has experience with lighting, dramaturgy, and set construction. Some of his credits include Al Deluca in "A Chorus Line" (University of New Haven), the Courier in "1776" (Hatbox Theater), and Robby in "Warmth of the Cold" (Nashua Theater Guild.)



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BWW Review: PIPPIN at Actorsingers Turns Real Life into a Fantasy!BWW Review: PIPPIN at Actorsingers Turns Real Life into a Fantasy!
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BWW Review: PIPPIN at Actorsingers Turns Real Life into a Fantasy!BWW Review: PIPPIN at Actorsingers Turns Real Life into a Fantasy!
Posted: Nov. 13, 2018


BWW Review: SPAMALOT Rolls in the Laughter at Palace TheatreBWW Review: SPAMALOT Rolls in the Laughter at Palace Theatre
Posted: Oct. 23, 2018


BWW Review: INVASION FROM MARS at Hatbox TheaterBWW Review: INVASION FROM MARS at Hatbox Theater
Posted: Oct. 22, 2018


BWW Review: PIPPIN at Actorsingers Turns Real Life into a Fantasy!BWW Review: PIPPIN at Actorsingers Turns Real Life into a Fantasy!
November 13, 2018

There's nothing more magical than the colorful, fantastic world of your dreams, and the Actorsingers' production of Pippin brought the world of your dreams on the stage! Hirson and Schwartz's Pippin is a fantastical dive into the world of imagination and potential trap of dreaming. When faced with the ambition of wanting an extraordinary life that completely fulfills his soul, Pippin finds himself feeling nothing but discontentment.

BWW Review: SPAMALOT Rolls in the Laughter at Palace TheatreBWW Review: SPAMALOT Rolls in the Laughter at Palace Theatre
October 23, 2018

Not every show is going to have an introspective look on political climate like Ibsen, or open up difficult topics such as the AIDS epidemic like Kushner, but not every show has to: Some shows are just there to make you laugh and sing and have a merry time doing it!

BWW Review: INVASION FROM MARS at Hatbox TheaterBWW Review: INVASION FROM MARS at Hatbox Theater
October 22, 2018

Exploring the live broadcasting of a radio adaptation of H.G Wells' War of the Worlds and the phenomenon of isolated cases of panic caused by the distressing nature of the story, Invasion from Mars forces the company to handle the largest theatrical question of all stage adapted radio plays: How do you keep an audience entertained in a show that focuses on words and not actions?