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Focus on Dr. Ken Bryant, who plays Victor


Ken and Stella 1SKen Bryant has spent a lifetime in theater, designing, acting, directing, and teaching theater in colleges across the country. He was the Artistic Director of Key West’s Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center, stage managed for Miami City Ballet, and staged opera in Poland. Among his directing credits are Deathtrap, Mr. Marmalade, A Christmas Carol, Amadeus, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Five Kinds of Silence and The Nosemaker’s Apprentice. Ken currently sits on Lab Theater’s Play Selection Committee, and has adapted Sir Andrew Cnumerous classical plays himself over the course of his career in theater. Many are still being enjoyed and workshopped for college students throughout the United States.

Local audiences just enjoyed Ken in Lab Theater’s production of Twelfth Night, where he played Sir Andrew Aguecheek. Ken holds a Master’s degree in Shakespeare and a Doctoral degree in Dramatic Criticism, and has also played the Ghost of Hamlet’s father in Hamlet and Brabantio in Othello, both for Lab Theater. Lab Theater audiences will also remember Ken as Duel AStanley in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, Skelly in The Rimers of Eldritch, Wulfrie in The Nosemaker’s Apprentice, the infamous Ruckley in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and everyone from Scrooge to Tiny Tim in his solo performance of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol two Decembers ago.

With all this as background, you are sure to enjoy Ken Bryant as Victor in Michael Hollinger’s An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf.

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