Ken Bolden

  • Adjunct Instructor

Ken Bolden (Antonio)-  Currently, he is working on a number of projects including a short film, The Furtive Festivity in which he plays Watson to a gay Sherlock Holmes; a production of Orphans which will be produced in the summer of 2018; the development of a new play by Jack Beatty called Munich, 1938 in which he will play Hitler; and the development of a new immersive piece for Quantum Theatre called Chatterton which will be produced as part of the upcoming international Festival of Firsts in the late summer of 2018. 

He has previously appeared in the following productions;

QUANTUM THEATRE: The Hard Problem (Leo); Collaborators (Vladimir); Tamara (DiSpiga): Twelfth Night (Antonio): Anna Karenina (Vronsky); Richard III (Bagot) Mouth to Mouth (Frank); and Anthony and Cleopatera (Mardian).

PUBLIC THEATRE: The Diary of Anne Frank (Mr. Kraler),The Comedy of Errors (Angelo), Amadeus (Valet), The Odd Couple (Vinnie); 

BAREBONES: Bug (Dr. Sweet);

PICT:  The Merchant of Venice (the Duke, Arragon); Oliver Twist (Mr. Sowerberry); Great Expectations (Pumblechook) Julius Caesar (Flavius/Artemidorus)

FOURTH RIVER'S SERIES: Americn Humbug (Frank);

BRICOLAGE: The Dark Side of the House; 

MIDNIGHT RADIO; A Dream Play (the Solicitor); Operaton Homecoming.  

OFF-BROADWAY: Arc Light for Gads Hill, Tartuffe (Orgon); The Rebecca Connolly Theatre, Push Up 1 – 3 (Hans). 

FILM:  Sorority Row (Dr. Rosenberg) Fathers and Daughters (Bank Manager); Little Evil (School Psychologist); Marshall (Algonquin Man). 

For three seasons he was an Artistic Associate at the Virginia Stage Company, and is currently a teaching artist in the Theatre Arts Department at the University of Pittsburgh.

Education & Training

  • BA- English Literature, Duquesne University
  • LAMDA Conservatory Program

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