Acting Experience

 

Off-Off-Broadway

A Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner, Baz, Columbia Stages at The Connelly Theater, Dir: Scott Ebersold

Richard III by William Shakespeare, King Richard, Oxford Shakespeare Co., Dir: Ron Song Destro

Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare, Proteus, Oxford Shakespeare Co., Dir: Ron Song Destro

Dog Act by Liz Duffy-Adams, Bud, Flux Theatre Ensemble, Dir: Kelly O’Donnell

The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, Solyony, Columbia University, Dir: Scott Ebersold

Heartbreak/India by Kyoung H. Park, Chris, Columbia U. MFA Playwrights, Dir: Snehal Desai

William Bell by Alejandro Morales, William Bell, Metropolitan Playhouse/Packawallop Prod., Dir: Scott Ebersold

The October Crisis by Alejandro Morales, Stevie Parker/Otto Greene, Packawallop Prod., Dir: Scott Ebersold

The Silent Concerto by Alejandro Morales, Benny (Lead), Packawallop Prod./Hypothetical Thtr., Dir: Scott Ebersold

The Philanderer by G.B. Shaw, Leonard Charteris (Lead), Theater Ten Ten, Dir: Leah Bonvissuto

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, adapted by Lynn Marie Macy, Henry Tilney/Valancourt (Lead), Theater Ten Ten, Dir: David Scott

Regional Theater

The Berlin Circle by Charles Mee, Ching/Punk, Steppenwolf Theater, Dir: Tina Landau

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, adapted by Carey Perloff, Businessman/Schoolmaster, American Conservatory Theater, Dir: Carey Perloff

Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Hyde Park Arts Festival, Dir: Curt Columbus

Booth by Austin Pendleton, Johnny (U/S), Writer’s Theatre, Dir: David Cromer

Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Christopher Hampton, Danceny, Theo Ubique, Dir: Fred Anzevino

On the Bum by Neal Bell, Archie/Ritchie, ACT 2nd Stage/MFA Program, Dir: Sheryl Kaller

The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht, Bizergan/Obolatze, ACT 2nd Stage/MFA Program, Dir: Mark Jackson

Richard III by William Shakespeare, Catesby, ACT 2nd Stage/MFA Program, Dir: Domenique Lozano

Shakespeare’s Lovers: R&J and Midsummer by William Shakespeare, adapted by Giles Havergal, Paris/Lysander, South Bay Symphony and ACT MFA Program, Dir: Giles Havergal

Staged Readings/Workshops

Classic Stage Company, Iphigenia 2.0 and Orestes 2.0 by Charles Mee, July 2015.

Playwright’s Horizons, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Flux Theatre Ensemble, Packawallop Productions, Columbia Stages, and Boomerang Theatre Co.

 

Reviews

“[] and Julian Stetkevych as the Scavengers Bud and Coke, played with spot-on reckless and broad physical comedy.” NYTheatre.com/Indie Theatre Now http://bit.ly/DogAct

“… while Stetkevych is so delightful as Catherine’s love interest Tilney that he left me wishing Austen had made the character more prominent in the novel.” – OffOffOnline http://bit.ly/NorthangerAbbey

“Leonard Charteris (Julian Stetkevych) is a young man on the make. A truly modern man by turn of the century standards, he refuses to give in to social conventions like marriage and plans to stay happily unattached forever. … Julian Stetkevych is wonderful as the charming cad, Charteris.” – Stage Buzz http://bit.ly/thePhilanderer

“Julian Stetkevych is persuasive in both the one-dimensional role of the neurotic son, clearly headed for a crisis as he curls up with his record player, listening obsessively to Marguerite Stone records, and as the sympathetic, more nuanced character of Otto, which he plays with appealing subtlety.”  -Edge NY http://bit.ly/TheOctoberCrisis

 

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