Matthew Schneck, Actor

Matthew Schneck (Caden in The Thanksgiving Play) was most recently seen this summer at The Colorado Shakespeare Festival in Julius Caesar (Cassius), The Taming of the Shrew (Grumio), and at Local Theatre Company in The Rape of the Sabin Women. Previous credits include London Assurance (Broadway – Nominated for 4 Tony Awards); The Merchant of Venice (The Royal Shakespeare Company – starring
F. Murray Abraham); The Temperamentals (New World Stages – Drama Desk Award Winner); A 12lb. Discourse (SoHo Rep); The Merchant of Venice, The Jew of Malta, and Anthony and Cleopatra (Theatre for a New Audience); The Little Foxes
(Shakespeare Theatre of D.C. – starring Elizabeth Ashley); Noises Off (Playmakers Rep); Romeo and Juliet (The Folger); Beauty Queen of Leenane (Actor’s Theatre of Louisville); Restoration Comedy (Seattle Rep); Gross Indecency (Alley Theatre); Major Barbara (San Jose Rep – Dean Goodman Choice Award for Best Supporting Performance), among others. He is a graduate of Villanova University and The National Theatre Conservatory, is the author of twelve plays, and has held academic appointments at Southern Oregon University and The University of Kentucky. Matthew currently teaches Acting at University of Colorado Denver and The Denver Center for The Performing Arts.

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