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Curtis Reed

 
Birth Place:
Massachusetts
Bio:
Curtis Reed made his Street Theatre Company debut with Memphis. As a Native New Englander, Curtis has performed at several community, regional and professional theater and dinner theater venues throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and Maine. His most recent roles took him to Corpus ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: Massachusetts

Bio:
Curtis Reed made his Street Theatre Company debut with Memphis. As a Native New Englander, Curtis has performed at several community, regional and professional theater and dinner theater venues throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and Maine. His most recent roles took him to Corpus ... (read complete bio)
 

 

Curtis Reed Biography

Curtis Reed made his Street Theatre Company debut with Memphis. As a Native New Englander, Curtis has performed at several community, regional and professional theater and dinner theater venues throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and Maine. His most recent roles took him to Corpus Christi, TX at the Harbor Playhouse. Past Shows include: Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour Krelborn), Forever Plaid Tidings (Jinx), Shrek the Musical (Lord Farquaad/ Pied Piper) A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Present) and Spamalot (Sir Robin). Curtis is currently a member of the new group, Nash Pack of Nashville, TN, a co-host of the local TV and web series, Music City Corner, as well as a writer/ director/ performer for Mel O’Drama Theater. Other Nashville credits include the original musical comedy written and directed by Curtis called The Hatfield/ McCoy Wedding Reception produced by Mel O'Drama Theater, as well as Gaslight Dinner's production of the Andrews Brothers and A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline.




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Review: Bucket List Productions' 'Eerily Prescient' ASSASSINS: THE MUSICAL Opens at N Photo Review: Bucket List Productions' 'Eerily Prescient' ASSASSINS: THE MUSICAL Opens at Nashville's Darkhorse Theater
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 9, 2022

In theater, as in life, it’s all in the timing: Bucket List Productions’ Assassins: The Musical opened its Nashville run at Darkhorse Theater on Friday, July 8, the same day that former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe died by an assassin’s gun. As news of Abe’s assassination reverberated throughout the world yesterday, it underscored the timelessness and the unfortunate relevance of the Stephen Sondheim-John Weidman musical outside the oftentimes fanciful, yet eerily prescient, world of musical theater.

BWW Review: David Lee's 'Sparkling and Winning' Adaptation of LERNER AND LOEWE'S CAME Photo BWW Review: David Lee's 'Sparkling and Winning' Adaptation of LERNER AND LOEWE'S CAMELOT at Studio Tenn
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 7, 2022

Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot, the 1960 musical based on the legend of King Arthur and his knights of the round table and adapted from the T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, is now onstage in Franklin, in an entertaining, sparkling and winningly fast-paced rendition from Studio Tenn. Under the direction of Broadway veteran Phillip William McKinley (The Boy From Oz, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark) who, with his creative team, brings to life the show’s 2010 update by multiple Emmy Award-winning, multi-hyphenate television producer David Lee (Frasier, Wings, The Jeffersons).

BWW Review: WE NEED A LOT OF CHRISTMAS Keeps the Holiday Spirit Alive Photo BWW Review: WE NEED A LOT OF CHRISTMAS Keeps the Holiday Spirit Alive
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 20, 2021

Nothing can put you in the holiday spirit quite so quickly – or so successfully – as being treated to a musical presentation filled with Christmastide tunes, performed by a swell ensemble of uber-talented performers (with some comedy bits thrown in for good measure, along with a generous dollop of onstage magic)! And when it is preceded by a delicious dinner shared with a whole slew of folks seeking to capture the warmth and camaraderie of a holiday-themed spectacle…well, can it get any better?

BWW Review: Outrageously Camp SLOPPY BONNIE Trades on Stereotypes and Cliches Photo BWW Review: Outrageously Camp SLOPPY BONNIE Trades on Stereotypes and Cliches
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 4, 2021

Outrageously camp and deliriously fun – what more can you expect from a pandemic-shattering original musical called Sloppy Bonnie? – but are we so blinded by the pure joy of the return to live theater (albeit in a parking lot, however spacious it may be) that we are forgiving of the stereotypes and cliches that abound in Krista Knight’s script and Barry Brinegar’s music.

SLOPPY BONNIE Announces New Streaming Dates Photo SLOPPY BONNIE Announces New Streaming Dates
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2021

No Puppet Co. has announced new performance dates for their streaming World Premiere of Sloppy Bonnie, a roadkill musical for the modern chick created by playwright Krista Knight and composer Barry Brinegar and directed by Leah Lowe.

OZ Arts Nashville Announces Extended Run Of SLOPPY BONNIE In Advance Of Highly Antici Photo OZ Arts Nashville Announces Extended Run Of SLOPPY BONNIE In Advance Of Highly Anticipated Premiere
by A.A. Cristi - May 14, 2021

Contemporary arts center OZ Arts Nashville today announced the run for its upcoming performance, Sloppy Bonnie, presented in association with Vanderbilt University Theatre, has been extended through June 5, 2021 in response to overwhelming demand.

SLOPPY BONNIE World Premiere to be Presented by No Puppet Co. Photo SLOPPY BONNIE World Premiere to be Presented by No Puppet Co.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 22, 2021

No Puppet Co. will present the streaming World Premiere of Sloppy Bonnie, a roadkill musical for the modern chick created by playwright Krista Knight and composer Barry Brinegar and directed by Leah Lowe.

OZ Arts Nashville To Host Three In-person, Socially Distanced Performances and Events Photo OZ Arts Nashville To Host Three In-person, Socially Distanced Performances and Events in May and June
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 15, 2021

Contemporary arts center OZ Arts Nashville today announced it will host three captivating shows in-person in May and June 2021. Presentations include short film screenings by Defy Film Festival and Kindling Arts Festival from May 7-8; roadkill musical Sloppy Bonnie from May 20-29 and more.

BWW Review: SINGIN' IN THE RAIN Sings and Dances Up a Storm at Chaffin's Barn Dinner  Photo BWW Review: SINGIN' IN THE RAIN Sings and Dances Up a Storm at Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 20, 2019

Hailed as a a?oenear-perfect movie musical,a?? Singin' in the Rain is nonetheless a challenge for companies mounting a full-scale version of it a?oelive and onstage.a?? It's not just about making it rain onstage during the show's eponymous song and dance number, but more about capturing the magic of bringing movies to life without all the technical wizardry of a film studio at one's behest.

BWW Review: Go Back to the 1980s With THE WEDDING SINGER at Chaffin's Barn Photo BWW Review: Go Back to the 1980s With THE WEDDING SINGER at Chaffin's Barn
by Jeffrey Ellis - Sep 20, 2019

Somewhere among the cards and letters, photographs and souvenirs from my misspent youth is a picture (circa 1978) of me clad in a powder blue tuxedo, with a ruffled-front shirt edged in the same hue, all capped off by an impossibly wide bow tie to match a?" my costume to serve as a groomsman in the wedding of two friends. That image has been prominent in my mind for the past 12 hours after experiencing déjà vu of a particular sort, thanks to a rousing, rollicking and downright rocking production of The Wedding Singer, the latest offering at Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre, which opened last night and continues through October 19 at the venerable Nashville venue.