Evan Bergman's local acting credits include Jules in boom, Project SEE's first production of its premiere season, Dr. Chausable in KCT's The Impersonation of Being Ernest, Roma in Actor Guild's Glengarry Glen Ross, and Gratiano in KCT SummerFest's 2010 production of Merchant of Venice. The summer prior, he played Constantine in KCT's workshop production of Charles Mee's Big Love.
Bergman is a founding member of Project SEE Theatre and directed its first production, Lonely Planet, at the Downtown Arts Center in December 2010. New York acting credits include: Unthymely (Manhattan Rep.), Charlie's Ghost (The Abington), Genius Andronicus (The Bridge, Manhattan Theatre Source), Letters (Theater for American Actors), Chopper (NY Stage & Film), 20 Gorilla Killer (The Red Room, Les Fêtes du Suroit, Montreal), Security (Where Eagles Dare, overseen by Israel Horowitz), and Gang Mills (The Nest). Regional credits include: Romeo and Juliet, Winter's Tale, Measure for Measure, Julius Caesar, Merry Wives (Shakespeare in Delaware Park), Hopscotch, Three Days of Rain (The Old Fire House, Mass.).
Evan is a graduate of the two-year Meisner conservatory program at The Maggie Flanigan Studio (Manhattan).
Course taught: Acting: Meisner Technique
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