Robert Walsh

Actor/ Fight Director

Robert Walsh – Commonwealth Shakespeare Company: Coriolanus (Cominius), Macbeth (Macduff ‘03), Henry V (Exeter)   Off-Broadway: Gloucester Blue (Cherry Lane), Big Maggie (Douglas Fairbanks), Penelope (Perry St. Theatre), and company member with the Theater of the Open Eye and the Riverside Shakespeare Company.  Boston: The Gaaga and The Dybbuk (Arlekin Players Theatre); Ah, Wilderness! and Hamlet (Huntington Theatre); Trouble in Mind (Lyric Stage); Our Town, Mass Appeal, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Merrimack Rep); Sins of the Mother, The Subject Was Roses (Gloucester Stage); ‘ART’, The Cocktail Hour (New Rep); Next Fall (Speakeasy); and King Lear, Henry IV, Titus Andronicus, and Hamlet, among others for the Actors’ Shakespeare Project (founding company member).  Film/TV: “Fourth of July”, “Black Mass”, “Dead Reckoning”, “The Spirit of Christmas, Evening”; “State and Main”; “Amistad”; “Eight Men Out”; “Body of Proof” (ABC). Former Artistic Director of Gloucester Stage Company and serves on the faculty at Brandeis University. He directed the on-field ceremonies for the 1999 All-Star Game for Major League Baseball at Fenway Park in Boston.

Productions at Commonwealth Shakespeare Company
Production Role
The Winter’s Tale
Fight Direction
Shakespeare On the Common: Encores
Cominius/ Coriolanus

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