Most recently: Clubbed Thumb. The New Line Humana Festival 2017. Broadway: Major Barbara, Wrong Mountain. Off-B’way: Twentieth Century Blues, City of Conversation (Drama Desk and Lortel nominations), Rapture Blister Burn, Wings, Vieux Carre,The Cripple of Inishmaan, Mary Stuart, Endpapers, Terese Raquin, Booth is Back, America Dreaming, Unbound, The Grille Room. Regional: Long Day’s Journey, On Golden Pond, Three Tall Women, Tartuffe, All My Sons, The Grapes of Wrath, The Glass Menagerie, Vincent in Brixton, The Constant Wife, etc. Film and Television: Non Stop, Zero Hour, Off- Ramp, Ballad of the Sad Café, Dark Tides, The Good Wife, Blacklist,Incredible Polar Bear, Storm of the Century, Law and Order, L&O Criminal Intent, Game Change.
MATTHEW J. HARRIS (Michael)
is an actor/dancer/choreographer with a BFA from Rutgers Mason Gross. He has acted in productions of Tartuffe, Topdog/Underdog (Elliot Norton Award), and Milk Like Sugar at the Huntington Theatre. Other theatre credits include In the Heights (Walnut Street), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Classical Theatre of Harlem), and many more. Television credits include Blindspot and Person Of Interest. He has taught and choreographed at Hip Hop conventions throughout the tristate area. Next up he will be returning to the Huntington for Romeo and Juliet, playing Mercurio. You can stay up to date at matthewjharris.net or ManInMotionNYC.com.
AMELIA WINDOM (Mary Fields)
is thrilled to be working with the Kitchen Theatre Company! Although she is now a New York based actress, she is a graduate of Ball State University where she received her BFA in acting, and is a past apprentice of Actors Theatre of Louisville's Professional Training Company. Selected theater credits: A Christmas Carol, Coffee Break*, Maybe One Day He Will Get Divorced* (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Wondrous Strange* (Humana Festival of New American Plays, written by Jen Silverman, Martyna Majok, Meg Miroshnik, and Jiehae Park); ... An Unnamed Love/ Suicide (Access Theatre); Chamber Music (St. Johns, new ending written and workshopped with Arthur Kopit); A Midsummer Night's Dream (PTC). ameliawindom.com *denotes world premier
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