JARED REINMUTH – Playwright

Jared has worked as an actor, writer, teacher and director. He made his acting debut at the 1994 Dionysian International Theatre Festival in Veroli, Italy in Karen Malpede’s The Beekeeper’s Daughter. Regional and National Tour Credits include: Cyrano de Bergerac, Dracula, Don Quixote, Athos in The Three Musketeers, and Guildenstern in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. New York theater companies include: Boomerang Theatre Company, Up Theater Company, The H.A.D.L.E.Y. Players, The People’s Theatre Project, and Blunt Theater Company. Jared played the role of Jesus Christ in Les Freres Corbusier’s production Hell House at St. Ann’s Warehouse, Alex Timbers director, nominated for Drama Desk Award: Best Unique Theatrical Experience. He has had the pleasure of collaborating with Cailin Heffernan on Boomerang Theatre’s To Fool the Eye, Love’s Labours Lost, and Cymbeline, and a staged reading of Monte Cristo at the historic Players Club. Most recently, Jared made his directorial debut at the Theater for the New City’s Dream UP Festival with Andrea Fulton’s Roof-Top Joy. BA Columbia College, William Esper Studio, Actors Movement Studio. Joined faculty of Actors Movement Studio, and the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Jared is thrilled to be collaborating with Danielle, Michael and Sarah for New Light Theater Project’s New York debut of his first play, Monte Cristo. He is eternally grateful to all the talented artists working on this production and Cailin for her inspired vision and leadership.

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