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Bruch Reed Biography

 
Birth Place:
United States
Bio:
Bruch Reed: Paradise Factory: Women and Children* by Michael Boothroyd; Theatre For A New City: Body of Words* by Vincent Sessa; John Cariani's Love/Sick* with TheatreWorks of Hartford, CT, (which garnered the Outstanding Ensemble Award from the Connecticut Critics Circle), and also his Last Gas* at ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: United States

Bio:
Bruch Reed: Paradise Factory: Women and Children* by Michael Boothroyd; Theatre For A New City: Body of Words* by Vincent Sessa; John Cariani's Love/Sick* with TheatreWorks of Hartford, CT, (which garnered the Outstanding Ensemble Award from the Connecticut Critics Circle), and also his Last Gas* at ... (read complete bio)

Bruch Reed: Paradise Factory: Women and Children* by Michael Boothroyd; Theatre For A New City: Body of Words* by Vincent Sessa; John Cariani's Love/Sick* with TheatreWorks of Hartford, CT, (which garnered the Outstanding Ensemble Award from the Connecticut Critics Circle), and also his Last Gas* at Opera House Arts of Stonington, ME. Other east-coast credits include Light Up the Sky with Pecadillo Theatre; Trifles with Airmid Theatre; Shaw's St. Joan with The Shaw Project and Lombardi with Harbor Lights, all of NYC. A graduate of Illinois State University's acting program, he worked in Chicago for 15 years and has been privileged to have worked with Mary Arrchie, Goodman, Steppenwolf, Northlight, Court, About Face, Remy Bumppo, ShawChicago, Illinois Shakespeare Festival, CCPA, European Repertory, Defiant, Roadworks, Famous Door, greasy joan & co., Shakespeare’s Motley Crew and Red Hen Productions. Mr. Reed has been a member of Actors Equity Association since 2002. He directed Simon Bent's The Tall Boy, starring Tandy Cronyn, at the Clarence Brown Theatre of Knoxville, TN and the John K. Drew of East Hampton, NY; the production enjoyed sold-out performances and received the award for Best Adaptation in the 2014 United Solo Festival.