CSF Summer Series: Gareth Saxe

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Posted July 28, 2020:
This summer, we present a weekly series of videos featuring the artists you know and love from past Shakespeare Festival seasons. In this episode, Gareth Saxe examines Shakespeare’s thoughts on spin and the spread of misinformation, courtesy of the prologue from “Henry IV Part 2.”

Saxe’s Broadway credits include “The Homecoming,” “The Lion King” and “Heartbreak House.” CSF credits: “Twelfth Night,” “Romeo and Juliet” and “King John.” Off Broadway and regionally, Saxe has been privileged to work with Frances Stemhagen in “Echoes of War,” Jane Alexander in “A Moon to Dance By” and Alvin Epstein in “Nikolai and the Others.” His other highlights include “Harper Regan” (Atlantic Theater Company) and “Hamlet” and “Dangerous Liaisons” (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey). Recently, Saxe appeared in Denver Center’s premier of Bonnie Metzger’s “You Lost Me” and at the Arvada Center in Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite.” Saxe is a proud graduate of Colorado College and NYU’s MFA program.

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