Richard Mawe

Richard Mawe

Richard Mawe most recently appeared as Sheriff Rogers in the Off Broadway production of Eye of God with Theatre East, and Rick in the Off Broadway production of Harvest and as Danforth in the Capital Repertory’s production of The Crucible where he also appeared in Inherit the Wind, Proof, and You Can’t Take It With You. Other regional credits include, All My Sons at the Clarence Brown Theater, Knoxville, Tennessee; the Delaware Theater’s production of A Delicate Balance and Glengarry Glen Ross; and the world premiere of Israel Horovitz’s 50 Years of Caddying at the Gloucester Stage Company. Mawe also appeared in the Boston premieres of Valley Song at New Repertory Theatre and Molly Sweeney at the Nora Theatre, where he was also seen in Spoon River Anthology and as Willy Loman in the Boston Theatre Award-winning production of Death of a Salesman . King Lear with the Harvard Class of 1999, and at the Lyric Stage in Mornings at Seven. Among the twenty productions he has done in New York are Richard II at the Eleventh Hour Theatre Company, Rush’s Dream at the Here Theatre, Made in Heaven at the American Jewish Theatre, Orphans at Julliard’s Open Stage, The One Big Shot at Naked Angels and Horton Foote’s Habitation of Dragons at the HB Playwrights. Mr. Mawe’s film appearances include The Human Stain, Nobody’s Fool, Bird, Excessive Force, Conspiracy Theory, Rounders, and Woody Allen’s Alice, Small Time Crooks, and Celebrity. Mr. Mawe teaches at HB Studios in New York City, where he also studied with Herbert Berghof and Uta Hagen.

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