Eric Tucker

//Eric Tucker

Eric Tucker

Eric Tucker (director) – Off Broadway: Saint Joan (NY TimesBack Stage critics pick), The LibertineThe Belle of Belfast86’d. Off-Off Broadway: CloserThe Libertine16 East. Regional: Hamlet (with William Hurt, Stella Adler Theatre, Los Angeles); Mate (The Actors’ Gang, L.A.); Macbeth (nominated Best Overall Production and Best Director by LA Weekly); Uranium + Peaches (with Ed Asner, L.A.); Pinter’s MirrorBad DatesWomen of Will: The Complete Journey (Shakespeare and Co., Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Prague Shakespeare Festival, The Nora Theatre); Women of Will: The Overview (Shakespeare and Co. and Mercury Theatre in Colchester, England); Twelfth NightRomeo and Juliet (Trinity Repertory Company); Saint Joan (L.A. Critics Circle top 10); Antony and Cleopatra, HamletMeasure for Measure (Redlands Shakespeare Festival); Man of La ManchaSanctuary (North American premiere, Veterans Center for the Performing Arts); Watership Down (world premiere, Burning Coal); MacbethCloser (The Gamm); The Voyage of the Carcass (world premiere, Brown Playwrights Festival); Angels in America Parts I & IIThe TempestMuch Ado About NothingRichard III (Beowulf); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (University of Utah). Eric’s Shakespearean acting roles include Hamlet, Iago, Henry V, Macbeth, Romeo, Malvolio, Orsino, Prince Hal, Master Ford, Benedick, Orlando, Laertes and Demetrius. Eric’s production of Shaw’s Saint Joan will return for another Off-Broadway run in February of 2013, running in rep with Hamlet, and then move to the Olney Theatre outside Washington D.C. Eric received his M.F.A. from the Trinity Rep Conservatory, and has been a proud member of Actors’ Equity since 1996. He resides in New York City, where he is the artistic director of Bedlam Theatre. Eric’s versions of St. Joan and Hamlet are currently performing at the Lynn Redgrave Theatre to enormous critical acclaim.

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