Alex Morf will make his Broadway debut this spring playing Curley in OF MICE AND MEN at the Longacre Theater. The limited engagement production opens April 16th, with previews beginning on March 19th and will star Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner James Franco, Chris O’Dowd, Tony winner Jim Norton and Leighton Meester. Click here to see the full cast and Playbill press release.
Alex Morf will take over the lead of the First Broadway National Tour of War Horse, playing Albert Narracott, starting on February 26th and will continue playing the part through the end of the tour on June 31st. To see if War Horse is headed to a city near you go to http://www.warhorseonstage.com/tickets/us_tour .
Alex will play David in the first national tour of the 2011 Tony Award winning play, War Horse . The tour makes stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis, and sixteen other cities around the US. The show opens in Los Angeles in June 2012. follow on facebook to find out when its coming to a city near you!
Alex is currently appearing as Renfield in the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville’s annual Halloween production of Brahm Stoker’s Gothic Classic Septemper 16th-October 30th. Get tickets here.
Alex will appear in the first American production of Enda Walsh’s THE WALWORTH FARCE at Studio Theatre. Previews begin April 6th. Tickets are available here: http://www.studiotheatre.org/calendar/view.aspx?id=1694
Alex was recently cast as Arviragus in the upcoming production of Shakespeare’s seldom produced masterwork, CYMBELINE, directed by Rebecca Bayla Taichman. This will be Alex’s second show in the Shakespeare Theater’s Lansburgh Theater, where he was last seen in The Alchemist, directed by Michael Kahn one year ago. Dates are January 11-March 6th.
Viva Los Bastarditos! , a new musical rock-comedy from writer director Jake Oliver recently was named the AUDIENCE FAVORITE of the New York City Fringe Festival. It was chosen to be part of the FringeNYC encore series.
From the FringeNYCwebsite: “A sublimely ridiculous and heartfelt tale of love, music and revolution. When dastardly villains take over a mysterious realm called Western Massachusetts, three rock heroes emerge to unite The People against the would-be dictators. Join the revolution!”
About the author:
Jake Oliver is a playwright, composer, director, performer and author. His writing has been praised by The New York Times as, “proudly silly and prurient, broadly satirical and filled with sensationalistic gags that would shock your grandmother” and by Paper Magazine as, “goofy, raunchy, diabolically clever… truly Pythonesque” (Best of Theater in NYC August 2005).