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Stephen Caffrey

 

Stage Credits

  [Off-Broadway]
2000
Phillipe Derrien
  [Off-Broadway]
1994
Arthur Dimmesdale

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Toni DiBuono, Danny Vaccaro and Stephen Caffrey

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Stephen Caffrey and Danny Vaccaro

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Toni DiBuono and Stephen Caffrey Photo

Toni DiBuono and Stephen Caffrey

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Toni DiBuono, Danny Vaccaro and Stephen Caffrey  Photo

Toni DiBuono, Danny Vaccaro and Stephen Caffrey

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Toni DiBuono, Danny Vaccaro and Stephen Caffrey

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Stage

Performances
  [Off-Broadway]
2000
Phillipe Derrien

  [Off-Broadway]
1994
Arthur Dimmesdale






Stephen Caffrey News

BWW Review: SLOW FOOD at Geva Theatre Photo BWW Review: SLOW FOOD at Geva Theatre
by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Jan 20, 2020

There is nary a more unifying social experience than receiving horrid, mind-bogglingly bad service at a restaurant. It cuts across class, background, geography, ideology, upbringing, and every other imaginable social divide. With minimal effort we can all probably recall a recent experience in which we were out to dinner with friends or significant others and had a server who was slow, rude, invasive, negligent, easily distracted, too chatty, or-in the case of Stephen (Danny Vaccaro), the waiter in Wendy MacLeod's 'Slow Food', currently on stage at Geva Theatre-all of the above. And while it might trigger flashbacks of dining horror and peak hangry-ness, it makes for a truly entertaining stage comedy.

Photo Flash: Check Out Production Photos From Geva Theatre Center's SLOW FOOD Photo Photo Flash: Check Out Production Photos From Geva Theatre Center's SLOW FOOD
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2020

Geva Theatre Center presents Slow Food, by Wendy MacLeod and directed by Skip Greer, in the Elaine P. Wilson Stage from January 14 through February 9. 

Geva Theatre Center's 47th Season Continues with SLOW FOOD Photo Geva Theatre Center's 47th Season Continues with SLOW FOOD
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 27, 2019

Geva Theatre Center presents Slow Food, by Wendy MacLeod and directed by Skip Greer, in the Elaine P. Wilson Stage from January 14 through February 9.

Stage Raw Announces Its 2019 Theater Award Nominees & Theater Festival Weekend Photo Stage Raw Announces Its 2019 Theater Award Nominees & Theater Festival Weekend
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 31, 2019

Digital arts journal Stage Raw announces the nominees for its fifth annual Stage Raw Theater Awards, to be held Monday night September 9, 2019, at Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Spring Street. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday August 7, 2019. The Stage Raw Theater Awards honor the finest work performed on Los Angeles area stages of 99-seats or fewer, and are selected by a jury of Stage Raw critics. This year's awards celebrate work performed between June 1, 2018 and May 31, 2019.

Photo Flash: First Look at KING LEAR at Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater at the Art  Photo Photo Flash: First Look at KING LEAR at Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater at the Art of Acting Studio
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2019

The Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company (Tom Oppenheim, Artistic Director) has announced a limited engagement of William Shakespeare's King Lear. Under the direction of Nike Doukas, the production will feature H. Richard Greene in the title role, Mark Bramhall as Gloucester, Stephen Caffrey as Kent, and David Sussman as The Fool. Opening is set for Thursday, July 18, at 8pm.

BWW Feature: Summer Shakespeare Spotlight. What to See Now! Photo BWW Feature: Summer Shakespeare Spotlight. What to See Now!
by Ellen Dostal - Jul 12, 2019

Summer is the best time of year to get out and see a Shakespeare play, especially in Southern California. Whether it's under the stars, staged in a unique performance space, or revived in a traditional theater, you can't go wrong when it comes to the world's greatest writer. Here's what we've currently got on our radar. Go see a show!

The Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company Presents KING LEAR Photo The Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company Presents KING LEAR
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 26, 2019

The Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company (Tom Oppenheim, Artistic Director) has announced a limited engagement of William Shakespeare's King Lear. Under the direction of Nike Doukas, the production will feature H. Richard Green in the title role, Mark Bramhall as Gloucester, Stephen Caffrey as Kent, and David Sussman as The Fool. Opening is set for Thursday, July 18, at 8pm.

BWW Review: Updated M. BUTTERFLY Springs to Life at South Coast Repertory Photo BWW Review: Updated M. BUTTERFLY Springs to Life at South Coast Repertory
by Michael Quintos - May 31, 2019

To close out its 55th season, Orange County's Tony Award-winning South Coast Repertory is mounting David Henry Hwang's intriguing and mysterious play M. BUTTERFLY, using the playwright's much more layered and riveting 2017 Broadway revival as its source material. Marked assuredly by powerful, gripping performances, this admirable OC staging---directed with clarifying precision by Desdemona Chiang that continues through June 8 in Costa Mesa---keeps you at the edge of your seat, as it unpacks a story filled with wobbly uncertainties and vague declarations. A beautifully complex production that echoes sentiments of gender conformity/fluidity crossed with geopolitical issues that still resonate in today's ever-changing world, M. BUTTERFLY---particularly with this strong new update instituted by the original playwright himself---is definitely worth seeing.

M. BUTTERFLY Closes South Coast Repertory's Season Photo M. BUTTERFLY Closes South Coast Repertory's Season
by Stephi Wild - Apr 23, 2019

David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly, a tale of obsession, perception and the allure of fantasy, will conclude South Coast Repertory's 2018-19 season. Hwang's break-out hit-a Tony Award-winner and Pulitzer Prize finalist-is about more than steamy seduction and fantasy; inspired by a true account, it's a compelling story of espionage, East-West relations and betrayal. Desdemona Chiang, in her SCR debut, directs the show on the Segerstrom Stage, May 11-June 8. Tickets are available online at www.scr.org.

Photo Flash: First Look at Rubicon Theatre Company's FUDDY MEERS Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Rubicon Theatre Company's FUDDY MEERS
by Stephi Wild - Mar 17, 2019

Rubicon Theatre continues the company's 21st "Coming of Age" season with the hilarious and harrowing, politically incorrect comedy FUDDY MEERS by playwright DAVID-LINDSAY-ABAIRE. In this outrageously funny roller-coaster ride of a play, Claire, an amnesiac. wakes up each day having forgotten the details of her life. This morning, like all mornings, her seemingly devoted husband Richard greets her with a cup of coffee and a scrapbook of memories. But when he steps away, a limping, lisping man claiming to be Claire's brother pops out from under her bed and says he is there to save her. He takes her to her mother's home in the country, where Claire meets a naive man with a foul-mouthed puppet, discovers her husband and son have kidnapped an aggressive lady cop, and comes face-to-face with her past.

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Antaeus closes its inaugural season with THE AUTUMN GARDEN 10/22-12/19
by Erica Anker - Sep 28, 2010

In a guest house on the Gulf, a hundred miles from New Orleans, old friends gather in a summer home to rediscover connections, rekindle lost relationships, and find peace - only to find that they can't rewrite the stories of their past. The Antaeus Company, L.A.'s classical theater ensemble, presents The Autumn Garden by Lillian Hellman, directed by Larry Biederman. Four gala openings of the fully double-cast production, two with each cast, take place October 28-31, with performances continuing through December 19 at Antaeus' interim home, Deaf West Theatre in the NoHo Arts District. Low-priced previews begin October 22.