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Regional: Constellations (Studio Theatre; Helen Hayes Award); The Hound of the Baskervilles, Shotgun (Florida Studio Theatre); Ether Dome (Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre Company); Sideways (La Jolla Playhouse); Bedroom Farce, Murder on the Nile (Barnstormers Theatre); Of Mice and Men (Northern Stage). Film: Killer Wedding. MFA: University of California San Diego.

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Mint Theater Off-Broadway Production, 2023

Original Broadway Production, 2017
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Syme (Understudy)

Winston (Understudy)

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Video: First Look At Gender-Swapped Ken Ludwig's LEND ME A SOPRANO at Olney Theatre Center

Get a first look at Ken Ludwig's Lend Me A Soprano, a gender-swapped adaptation of his 1989 Broadway hit, Lend Me A Tenor, runs in the Roberts Mainstage at Olney Theatre Center February 7 - March 10, 2024.

Review: LEND ME A SOPRANO at Olney Theatre Center

Olney Theatre Center's Roberts Mainstage is presenting Ken Ludwig's 'Lend Me a Soprano' through March 10. This is a reimagining (by the author) of Ludwig's Tony-winning farce 'Lend Me a Tenor,' a staple of professional, community, and school theatres nationwide...which I've somehow never seen.  As the change in the title suggests, the production is gender-swapped; the male roles in the original are female in the new version and vice versa. Having not seen the original, I cannot speak to the difference in effect in the new version, but can only evaluate 'Soprano' on its own merits...and it has many merits.

Colm Feore's RICHARD III is Now Streaming on Stratfest@Home

The Stratford Festival's acclaimed 2022 production of Richard III featuring Colm Feore in the title role is now coming to Stratfest@Home, the Festival's subscription streaming service, for national and international viewing.

Gender-Swapped LEND ME A SOPRANO Comes to Olney Theatre Center in February

Ken Ludwig's Lend Me A Soprano, a gender-swapped adaptation of his 1989 Broadway hit, Lend Me A Tenor, runs in the Roberts Mainstage at Olney Theatre Center February 7 - March 10, 2024. Learn more about the production here!

Stratford Festival Unveils 2024 Casts and Creative Teams

Get all the latest updates on the highly anticipated 2024 season at the Stratford Festival. Find out which talented actors have been cast in which productions, and get ready to experience the magic of live theater at one of the world's most renowned festivals.

Review Roundup: PARTNERSHIP at the Mint Theater Company

Mint Theater Company just celebrated opening night of the American Premiere of Elizabeth Baker’s Partnership. Let's see what the critics had to say...

Photos: First Look at Mint Theater Company's Production of Elizabeth Baker's PARTNERSHIP

Mint Theater Company presents the American Premiere of Elizabeth Baker’s Partnership directed by Jackson Grace Gay. Check out all new production photos here!

First Preview of Mint Theater's PARTNERSHIP Canceled Due To Weather

The first preview of Mint Theater's American Premiere of Elizabeth Baker’s Partnership has been canceled due to weather. Performances will now begin on Sunday October 1st at 2PM.

Mint Theater's American Premiere of Elizabeth Baker's PARTNERSHIP Begins Performances Saturday

Mint Theater Company will present the American Premiere of Elizabeth Baker’s Partnership. Learn how to purchase tickets!

Review: WEDDING BAND At The Stratford Festival is A Beautifully Heartbreaking Story about Love and Dignity

This season, the Stratford Festival is certainly not shying away from material that addresses pandemics – fictional or historical. Director Sam White’s production of Alice Childress’ WEDDING BAND takes place during WWI when many were falling ill and dying from the influenza virus. It is the story of interracial couple Julia Augustine (Antonette Rudder) and Herman (Cyrus Lane) who are forced to contend with influenza when Herman falls ill, and who have already been contending with another pandemic – that of racism and white supremacy that is arguable even more rampant. This beautiful and heartbreaking play allows us to witness how Julia as a Black Woman, and Julia and Herman as a couple reckon with both external and internal forces that challenge their faith in their relationship and lead them to come to terms with what “dignity” means to them.

Photos: The Company of PARTNERSHIP Meets the Press

Get to know the talented cast members of Partnership. Discover the actors who will be bringing the show to life and learn more about their roles in this hit production. See photos of the company meeting the press!

September Lineup Revealed For The Meighen Forum

The Meighen Forum brings more insight to the Stratford Festival this September. Learn more about the full lineup here!

The Stratford Festival's Meighen Forum Announces August Highlights

The Meighen Forum at the Stratford Festival continues with opportunities to explore Alice Childress' Wedding Band, Global Theatre Week with Mũkoma wa Ngũgĩ, Readers and Writers Week with Margaret Atwood, an authentic Italian culinary experience with Maître Fromager (Cheese Master) Afrim Pristine and an array of workshops, discussions and performances.

The Stratford Festival's RICHARD III Comes to CBC and CBC Gem in August

The Stratford Festival’s production of Richard III featuring Colm Feore in the title role is coming to CBC and CBC Gem this August. Directed for the stage by Artistic Director Antoni Cimolino and for film by Barry Avrich, the production shines new light on Shakespeare’s tale of lethal ambition.

Christiane Noll, Joshua Echebiri & More to Star in PARTNERSHIP at Mint Theater Company

Get ready for an unforgettable theatrical experience as Christiane Noll and Joshua Echebiri headline the cast of PARTNERSHIP at Mint Theater Company. Don't miss this limited engagement production.

Review: The Stratford Festival's RICHARD II Provides a Fresh New Lens to View a Complicated King Through

A visually stunning and unabashedly queer adaptation of William Shakespeare’s RICHARD II is currently on stage at the Stratford Festival’s Tom Patterson Theatre and it allows for a fascinating exploration into the character’s hopes, fears, and sense of identity. Adapted by Brad Fraser and conceived and directed by Jillian Keiley, this production is set in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s and features disco, drugs, and bathhouses as the backdrop for the tragedy that begets young King Richard II as he attempts to maintain his crown.

WEDDING BAND to Begin Performances Tomorrow at the Stratford Festival

Alice Childress’s riveting play Wedding Band – a profound meditation on injustice and intolerance – starts performances at the Stratford Festival’s Tom Patterson Theatre on Tuesday in a production directed by Sam White.

The Stratford Festival Celebrates Pride This June

2SLGBTQ+ stories take centre stage at the Stratford Festival for Pride Month and throughout the 2023 season. The month begins with the world première of Casey and Diana by Nick Green and directed by Andrew Kushnir, as well as the openings of Rent, directed by Thom Allison, and Richard II, adapted by Brad Fraser, and conceived and directed by Jillian Keiley.

Revolutionary Adaptation of RICHARD II to Hit the Stage at the Stratford Festival's Tom Patterson Theatre

Jillian Keiley takes us into the glamorous and gritty world of Studio 54, at its thrilling heights in the late 1970s to early ’80s, with a revolutionary new version of Shakespeare’s Richard II, conceived by Keiley and adapted by Brad Fraser.

GRAND MAGIC to Begin Previews at the Stratford Festival This Weekend

A world première translation of Eduardo De Filippo’s Grand Magic begins previews this Saturday, marking the first performances of the season at the Stratford Festival’s award-winning Tom Patterson Theatre.


Tom Patterson has appeared on Broadway in 1 shows.

Tom Patterson has not appeared in the West End.

Tom Patterson's next show will be Partnership which opens on 10/19/2023 on Off-Broadway.

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