Ron Campbell

Ron Campbell previously appeared in the Huntington's production of How Shakespeare Won the West (2008). Mr. Campbell has played leading roles with such theatres as The Actors' Gang, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Habima Theatre (Israel), The Mercury Theatre (Chicago), The Old Globe, The Old Red Lion Theatre (London), American Conservatory Theater, MetroStage (Washington, D.C.), Intiman Theatre (Seattle), and the Mark Taper Forum. Mr. Campbell's one man shows include The Thousandth Night (London Fringe One-Man Show of the Year Award, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, Bay Area Critics Circle Award, and Helen Hayes Award nomination), R. Buckminster Fuller (Bay Area Critics Circle Award; Jeff Award nomination, Chicago), Shylock, and A Tale of Two Cities. He has appeared in the title roles of Richard III, Cyrano de Bergerac, Tartuffe, and The Imaginary Invalid, as well as the Chef in Teatro Zinzanni. Mr. Campbell is an associate artist of California Shakespeare Theater, and received the 2008 Fox Fellowship for Distinguished Achievement.

(As of October 2014)

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