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Stephen Tyler Howell

 
Birth Place:
Arlington, TX
Bio:
An LA local, Texan, recently living in New Orleans. He has a BFA in Theatre from UT Arlington and studied in the MFA Acting program at Cal State Fullerton (‚Äė11-‚Äė13) (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: Arlington, TX

Bio:
An LA local, Texan, recently living in New Orleans. He has a BFA in Theatre from UT Arlington and studied in the MFA Acting program at Cal State Fullerton (‚Äė11-‚Äė13) (read complete bio)
 

  • Reykjavik¬†(Virtual-filmed production)--dir. by Ann Tobolowsky; The Road Theatre

  • Boxing Lessons (LA Times Critics' Pick)--dir. by Jack Stehlin; The¬†New American Theatre

  • Macbeth x 5¬†(WP)--dir. by Joel Asher; The Odyssey Theatre-visiting

  • The Wrong Kind of People (WP)--dir. by C. Julian White; The Robey Theatre

  • Nude/Naked (WP)--dir. by Paul Hoan Zeidler; Lightnight Rod Productions

  • Red Speedo (alt. cast)--dir. by Joe Banno;¬†The Road Theatre

  • A Delicate Ship (alt. cast)--dir. by Andre Barron; The¬†Road Theatre



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Stephen Tyler Howell and Luke McClure in Boxing Lessons by John Bunzel, directed by J Photo

Stephen Tyler Howell and Luke McClure in Boxing Lessons by John Bunzel, directed by Jack Stehlin at The New American Theatre. Photo by Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin

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04/30/2019
Eric Curtis Johnson, Stephen Tyler Howell and Bruce Nozick in Boxing Lessons by John  Photo

Eric Curtis Johnson, Stephen Tyler Howell and Bruce Nozick in Boxing Lessons by John Bunzel, directed by Jack Stehlin at The New American Theatre. Photo by Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin

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04/30/2019
Eve Danzeisen, Luke Mcclure, Stephen Tyler Howell and Bruce Nozick in Boxing Lessons  Photo

Eve Danzeisen, Luke Mcclure, Stephen Tyler Howell and Bruce Nozick in Boxing Lessons by John Bunzel, directed by Jack Stehlin at The New American Theatre. Photo by Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin

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Date:
04/30/2019
Eve Danzeisen, Stephen Tyler Howell and BLuke Mcclure in Boxing Lessons by John Bunze Photo

Eve Danzeisen, Stephen Tyler Howell and BLuke Mcclure in Boxing Lessons by John Bunzel, directed by Jack Stehlin at The New American Theatre. Photo by Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin

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Date:
04/30/2019
Susan Wilder, Stephen Tyler Howell and Luke Mcclure  in Boxing Lessons by John Bunzel Photo

Susan Wilder, Stephen Tyler Howell and Luke Mcclure in Boxing Lessons by John Bunzel, directed by Jack Stehlin at The New American Theatre. Photo by Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin

From: 
Date:
04/30/2019
 

  • Reykjavik¬†(Virtual-filmed production)--dir. by Ann Tobolowsky; The Road Theatre

  • Boxing Lessons (LA Times Critics' Pick)--dir. by Jack Stehlin; The¬†New American Theatre

  • Macbeth x 5¬†(WP)--dir. by Joel Asher; The Odyssey Theatre-visiting

  • The Wrong Kind of People (WP)--dir. by C. Julian White; The Robey Theatre

  • Nude/Naked (WP)--dir. by Paul Hoan Zeidler; Lightnight Rod Productions

  • Red Speedo (alt. cast)--dir. by Joe Banno;¬†The Road Theatre

  • A Delicate Ship (alt. cast)--dir. by Andre Barron; The¬†Road Theatre


Stephen Tyler Howell Biography

An LA local, Texan, recently living in New Orleans. He has a BFA in Theatre from UT Arlington and studied in the MFA Acting program at Cal State Fullerton (‚Äė11-‚Äė13)




Stephen Tyler Howell News

BWW Interview: Ann Hearn Tobolowsky Excitedly Directing REYKJAV√ćK Live & In-Person A Photo BWW Interview: Ann Hearn Tobolowsky Excitedly Directing REYKJAV√ćK Live & In-Person Again!
by Gil Kaan - May 18, 2021

The Road Theatre Company has begun streaming playwright Steve Yockey‚Äôs REYKJAV√ćK, their second show of their 2021 virtual season. Set in Reykjav√≠k, Iceland, Ann Hearn Tobolowsky directs the REYKJAV√ćK cast of Stephen Tyler Howell, Alaska Jackson, Carlos Lacamara, Brian Ibsen,¬†Danny Lee Gomez and Jacqueline Misaye. Ann managed to find some time between REYKJAV√ćK rehearsals, and being half of a beloved Los Angeles theatre acting/directing couple, to answer a few of my enquiries.

The Road Theatre Company Announces Its 29th Season Photo The Road Theatre Company Announces Its 29th Season
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 23, 2021

At the crossroads of cutting-edge digital technology and kinetic live theatre, this season will be presented as fully staged theatre productions recorded on a COVID-guideline compliant set, and then streamed ‚ÄĒ guaranteeing everyone who buys a ticket the best seat in the house!

THE WRONG KIND OF PEOPLE Opens Next Month At LATC Photo THE WRONG KIND OF PEOPLE Opens Next Month At LATC
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 8, 2019

The Wrong Kind of People. World Premiere engagement of a new comedy. WHO: Written by George W. Corbin. Directed by C. Julian White. Presented by The Robey Theatre Company. Producing Artistic Director: Ben Guillory.

The Clinic One Night Fundraiser To Be Held At Broadwater Mainstage In Los Angeles Photo The Clinic One Night Fundraiser To Be Held At Broadwater Mainstage In Los Angeles
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 24, 2019

Co-producers Jessica Winward and Robert Paterno will present a staged reading of Will Brumley's The Clinic on Monday, July 15, to raise funds for American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Southern California - https:aclusocal.org - and the Women's Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (WRRAP) - https:wrap.org.

Photo Flash: First Look at BOXING LESSONS at at The New American Theatre in Hollywood Photo Photo Flash: First Look at BOXING LESSONS at at The New American Theatre in Hollywood
by Stephi Wild - Apr 30, 2019

Jack Stehlin's critically acclaimed The New American Theatre celebrates one year in its new home on Wilton Place in Hollywood with the world premiere of Boxing Lessons, a ferociously dark, savagely funny new comedy by John Bunzel (63 Trillion, Death of a Buick). Stehlin directs a top-flight cast for an April 26 opening on NAT's main stage in the company's newly refurbished space. Together, they put the capital "D" in family Dysfunction through June 2. Low-priced previews begin April 19.

BOXING LESSONS Marks One Year at New American Theatre's Hollywood Home Photo BOXING LESSONS Marks One Year at New American Theatre's Hollywood Home
by Julie Musbach - Mar 26, 2019

Jack Stehlin's critically acclaimed The New American Theatre celebrates one year in its new home on Wilton Place in Hollywood with the world premiere of Boxing Lessons, a ferociously dark, savagely funny new comedy by John Bunzel (63 Trillion, Death of a Buick). Stehlin directs a top-flight cast for an April 26 opening on NAT's main stage in the company's newly refurbished space. Together, they put the capital 'D' in family Dysfunction through June 2. Low-priced previews begin April 19.

Review: FINKS Centers on a Terrifying Time and No-Win Situation for Artists in Americ Photo Review: FINKS Centers on a Terrifying Time and No-Win Situation for Artists in America
by Shari Barrett - Dec 5, 2018

Rogue Machine, known for its mission to present original and provocative programming, is now presenting the West Coast premiere production of FINKS, a New York Times Critic's Pick which was nominated for a Drama Desk Award. The play brings together writer Joe Gilford and director Michael Pressman, friends since childhood and both children of Blacklisted artists. In it, Gilford documents the struggle his parents, entertainers Jack Gilford and Madeline Lee Gilford, endured when they were called to testify, with actual testimony or published statements by those who appeared before the House Un-American Activities Committee used in the play.

BWW Review: DISINHERIT THE WIND Takes on Richard Dawkins in an Emotionally Blighted Play of Ideas
by George Brietigam - Mar 6, 2017

Attending this show is closer to sitting through a college philosophy lecture, taught by the campus' resident bat-shit insane tenured professor, than it is a night out at the theatre.

Photo Flash: Modern Take on Scientific Status Quo Twists Moral Questions in DISINHERIT THE WIND
by Julie Musbach - Mar 4, 2017

How can we understand and contextualize new information challenging what we take for granted as scientific fact? Disinherit the Wind, a play of ideas by Matt Chait that asks us to view the wonders of science through a different lens, opens March 3 at The Complex on Hollywood's Theater Row.

Courtroom Drama DISINHERIT THE WIND Challenges Scientific Status Quo
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2017

How can we understand and contextualize new information challenging what we take for granted as scientific fact? Disinherit the Wind, a play of ideas by Matt Chait that asks us to view the wonders of science through a different lens, opens March 3 at The Complex on Hollywood's Theater Row.