Peter Schuyler Biography

 
Bio:
Peter is a proud member of the Bag&Baggage Resident Acting Company. He holds a Bachelors of Theatre Performance from Northern Arizona University and apprenticed at the now defunct Grand Canyon Shakespeare Festival and AZTheatreWorks in Flagstaff, where he received practical training in ... (read more)
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Bio:
Peter is a proud member of the Bag&Baggage Resident Acting Company. He holds a Bachelors of Theatre Performance from Northern Arizona University and apprenticed at the now defunct Grand Canyon Shakespeare Festival and AZTheatreWorks in Flagstaff, where he received practical training in ... (read more)

Peter is a proud member of the Bag&Baggage Resident Acting Company. He holds a Bachelors of Theatre Performance from Northern Arizona University and apprenticed at the now defunct Grand Canyon Shakespeare Festival and AZTheatreWorks in Flagstaff, where he received practical training in Jehlinger/Richardson method and Shakespeare performance. Since moving to PDX from NYC in 2011, Peter has performed for numerous companies including Artists Repertory Theatre, Badass Theatre Co, triangle productions!, Lakewood Theatre, Northwest Classical Theatre Company, Portland Actors Ensemble, and Northwest Children’s Theater. In NY, he worked with La Mama E.T.C., Immediate Theater, Dysfunctional Theatre, DMTheatrics, Three Graces, NativeAliens, The Tank, and Alliance Repertory, and more. Bag&Baggage credits: KBNB Kristmas Karol (Arthur Adams), Richard III (Richard III) - BroadwayWorld Portland Award Winner, Best Actor in a Play 2015, Our Country’s Good (Phillip/Wisehammer), The Crucible (John Proctor); Rough Crossing (Ivor Fish); Of Mice and Men (George Milton); Crimes of the Heart (Doc Porter); and The Velveteen Rabbit, which he directed. In NYC: Menelaus in Orestes 2.0, Trent Lott and Strom's Father in Strom Thurmond is Not a Racist/Cleansed (NYIT nominee - Best Play), Titus Andronicus in Titus X: The Punk Rock Musical (NYIT nominee Best Musical) Endicott in The Front Page, and Henry Clerval in Frankenstein. Regional: Ray in Lonestar, Dromio of Syracusa in A Comedy of Errors, and Col. Pickering in My Fair Lady.