A soaring masterpiece of grief, love, honor, and vengeance.
Jim most recently appeared at Seattle Shakespeare Company in Mother Courage and Her Children, as well as Montano in Othello and the Duke in The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Wooden O). Last summer Jim played Kurt Vonnegut in Book-It Repertory Theatre’s Slaughterhouse-Five, for which he received a Gregory Award nomination for Outstanding Performance. Last year Jim appeared as Dr. Reo Symes in Book-It Repertory Theatre’s The Dog of the South. Some of Jim’s favorite roles to date include Atticus Finch in Village Theatre’s To Kill a Mockingbird and Mountain McClintock in Theater Schmeater’s Requiem for a Heavyweight. Jim has three Seattle Times Footlight awards. He is married to the beautiful and talented Kelly Kitchens.
A swift and savage tale of bloody revenge.
A powerhouse anti-war satire peppered with music and song.
A master manipulator deceives a military leader into believing his wife has been unfaithful.
Two best friends create comic confusion vying for the same gal.
Shakespeare's vibrant comic celebration of romance will have you cheering when love eventually wins out.
Shakespeare’s magical tale where revenge yields to forgiveness.
Love has everyone unglued in Illyria