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 Hollywood Reporter

CalArts in Top 25 Drama Schools

by The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter

CalArts is named one of Hollywood Reporter's 25 Top Drama Schools in the world.



Lepers of Baile Baiste

The Lepers of Baile Baiste

by Ronan Noone

Celtic Arts Center

– Critic's Choice, Los Angeles Times
– Critic's Pick, Back Stage West

A “shattering" production, writes Kathleen Foley of the Los Angeles Times, with "performances expertly balanced" adds T.H. McCulloh of Back Stage West.

"Director Pascal Marcotte goes for the jugular in his ferociously apt staging, which contains plenty of well-timed gallow's humor to underscore the escalating tragery."

Mr. Noone's play won "Best Play" at the 2000 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) student playwriting competition.




by Patricia Burke Brogan

Theatre Banshee

Assistant Directed and Stage Managed the award-winning Theatre Banshee inaugural production. Described as "A sterling ensemble achievement, alternately scalding and magical in its theatricality," and "Superbly acted ... first rate direction with excellent production values." Sean Branney, director.

– Critic's Choice, Los Angeles Times
– Critic's Choice, Drama-Logue
– Drama-Logue Award, Best Production
– Drama-Logue Award, Best Direction



Scenes from Romeo & Juliet

by William Shakespeare

Santa Clarita Repertory Company

Adapted and directed Shakespeare's star-crossed lover tragedy for S.C.R.T.' inaugural "Tour the Schools" program. Also directed a three-camera videotaping of the show. S.C.R.T. is now Repertory East Playhouse.



The School for Wives

by Molière


Guest Director of this B.F.A. production. The show featured an all female cast with the exception of the role of Arnolphe... The show featured live harpsichord music, and a prologue created from a letter which Molière wrote to defend his play against public outcry.



The Fourposter

by Jan de Hartog

St. Louis University

Assistant-Director & Stage Manager of this main stage production for the University Theatre. Wayne Loui, director.


 Eugene Ionesco

The Lesson

by Eugene Ionesco

St. Louis University

Directed this student production in the Little Theatre.



Bird Bath

by Leonard Melfi

St. Louis University

Directed this student production in the Little Theatre.



Actor Highlights

Angels of Swedenborg

Angels of Swedenborg

by Ping Chong

St. Louis Art Museum

Played Emanuel Swedenborg in this regional production mounted by Mr. Chong and his team.




by Brian Friel. Sean Branney, director.

Theatre Banshee

Performed the role of Manus. "Pascal Marcotte scores as the schoolmaster's son," Back Stage West. "Has just the right edge as Manus," Burbank Leader.

– ADA Award Nominee, Best Acting Ensemble


A Man for All Seasons

A Man for All Seasons

by Robert Bolt. Sean Branney, director.

Theatre Banshee

Played the role of Richard Rich. "Superbly acted," Los Angeles Times. "Pascal Marcotte makes an especially sinister Richard Rich with his rich baritone to lend impressive authority to a weak character," Drama-Logue.

– Critic's Choice, Los Angeles Times


 Arizona Theatre Co.

She Stoops To Conquer

by Oliver Goldsmith. Edward Payson Call, director.

Arizona Theatre Company

Played the role of George Hastings "with comic flair," Arizona Daily Star, in the production which opened the Silver Anniversary (25th) season of ACT.


He Who Gets Slapped

by Leonid Andreyev. Yuri Belov, director.

singular productions

Developed a clown, Maître d'Hégémonie, and perfomed the role of Bezano. The production featured a seven clown outdoor pre-show with multiple acts, song, dance, and audience participation. Mr. Belov, who directed, conducted a clown workshop, and oversaw the pre-show, has been a clown trainer for both the Moscow Circus, and Ringling Bros. He has directed in theatres from music halls to the Chekhov Drama Theater (MHAT), which was founded by Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko in 1897.


An Enemy of the People

by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller. Jodi Binstock, director.

singular productions

Played the role of Billing. "Enemy's 16 member ensemble is simply sensational!" raved Drama-Logue . "Don't miss this incredibly involving production," KCLA Radio.

– Critic's Pick, KCLA Radio




by Lawrence Brose and Douglas Cohen.

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)

Performed in this realization of John Cage's Circus On, a co-production of LACE and Film Forum, as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) John Cage Retrospective Rolywholyover a Circus.


Shakespeare Fest/ LA

Love's Labour's Lost

by William Shakespeare. Kevin Kelly, director.

Shakespeare Festival/LA

Performed the role of Dumaine at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre.


Shakespeare Fest/ LA

Irene Ryan Acting Competition

American College Theatre Festival

Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Performed Valère in a scene from Molière's Tartuffe, and the "acid" monologue from Eric Bogosian's Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll, as a national finalist.

Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship recipient
– Shenandoah Playwright's Retreat Fellowship recipient


Acting Resume

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