John Wyckoff Biography

John Wyckoff

John is very excited to be making his debut performance at Playhouse 22 as Stephen Hopkins, a role he's played before with SMSTC. Among his favorite roles has been, Major General Stanley in The Pirates of Penzance, Stanley Gardner in Run For Your Wife Selsdon Mowbrey in Noises' Off as well as Fagin in Oliver. Other roles include Max Detweiler in The Sound of Music with G.B. Productions and Herr Zeller in The Sound of Music with Marlboro Players, Lt. Shrank in West Side Story, the Rabbi in FIddler on the Roof with SMSTC and Marlboro Players. John would like to thank Amy Levine for the opportunity and Adarn Neary for his patience. He would also like to thank his children, Hedi and Josh for their love and support. Love ya, Mal

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Recent Performances
Production/Role WhereOpening Night
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum ......Erronius Main Street Theatre Company 6/10/2006
Noises Off ......Selsdon Mowbray Villagers Theatre 9/12/2003
Pippin ......Charlemagne Saint Genesius Players 7/11/2003
See How They Run ......Ensemble Main Street Theatre Company 11/9/2001
Damn Yankees ......Commissioner Villagers Theatre 9/14/2001
Once Upon a Mattress ......King Sextimus East Brunswick Community Players 9/8/2000
1776 ......Stephen Hopkins East Brunswick Community Players 6/2/2000
Run For Your Wife ......Stanley Gardner Main Street Theatre Company 11/12/1999
Guys and Dolls ......Arvide Abernathy Main Street Theatre Company 8/13/1999
Pirates of Penzance ......Major General Stanley Main Street Theatre Company 7/9/1999
Noises Off ......Selsdon Mowbray / Burgler Main Street Theatre Company 11/13/1998
1776 ......Stephen Hopkins Main Street Theatre Company 7/7/1995
Annie ......Ira, et al Main Street Theatre Company 6/2/1995
Recent Production Credits
Production/Credit WhereOpening Night
Biloxi Blues ...... Directed Stagecrafters Inc. 7/18/2002
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