Clark Carmichael Biography

Clark Carmichael
Clark Carmichael

most recently played Antipholus of Ephesus in COMEDY OF ERRORS at the Mint Theatre. This spring he played One Of the Players and stood in for Campbell Scott in his film production of HAMLET. Elsewhere around New York, Clark has done two seasons with the Acting Company, playing the roles Of Damis in TARTUFFE, Tybalt in ROMEO AND JULIET and Caliban in THE TEMPEST. Regionally, be has appeared at the Missouri Repertory Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, New York State Theatre Institute, and the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C. He is also a member of the New Jersey Repertory Company. Clark holds an M.F.A. in acting and directing from the University Of Missouri, Kansas City and a B.S. in speech with a major in theatre from Northwestern University. He has also debuted in the rugged and challenging role of father for which he would like to thank his beautiful wife Lynn for her brilliant production ‑ Sean.<

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Recent Performances
Production/Role WhereOpening Night
Don't Hug Me ......Ensemble New Jersey Repertory Company 12/11/2006
Match ......Mike Davis Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre 11/4/2005
The Tempest ......Ferdinand Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey 10/29/2002
Carnival ......Stilt-walking Roustable Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey 5/28/2002
Immortal Interlude ......Ensemble New Jersey Repertory Company 4/26/2001
Three Days of Rain ......Pip/Theo Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre 1/25/2001
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