Shakespeare’s lyrical tale of an ill-suited king toppled from his throne.
Most recently seen as the Tiger in Washington Ensemble Theatre’s production of Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (directed by Michael Place), Mike’s previous roles include George in The Language Archive (directed by Shana Bestock) and Jake in The Understudy (directed by Kelly Kitchens) at Seattle Public Theater; Stefano in The Tempest (directed by Kelly Kitchens), Costard in Love’s Labour’s Lost (directed by John Kretzu), Pompey in Antony and Cleopatra (directed by John Langs), Polixenes in The Winter’s Tale (directed by Mary Machala), Tullus Aufidious in Coriolanus (directed by David Quicksall), Theseus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (directed by Sheila Daniels), and Horatio in Hamlet (directed by John Langs) at Seattle Shakespeare Company; Mark in The Art of Racing in the Rain (directed by Carol Roscoe) and Jo Gargery in Great Expectations (directed by Kevin McKeon) at Book-It Repertory Theatre; and Iago in Othello (directed by Ryan Higgins), Larry in Closer (directed by Lisa Confehr), and Lee in True West (directed by Tim Hyland and Shawn Belyea) at Balagan Theatre. Mike loves Seattle, loves theatre, and most of all, loves you, for your continued support in making Seattle the new theatre capital of the world. Let everybody know!
Shakespeare’s magical tale where revenge yields to forgiveness.
Brainy resolve gets derailed by love for four pairs of lovers in Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.
The Roman General and the Egyptian Queen. Their romance gave birth to an empire, but their fiery longing came at a price.
True love can work miracles and forgiveness can heal deep wounds.
A nest of vipers called politics
Come play in the dark, mischievous night.
A driven warrior and his scheming wife unleash forces they cannot comprehend or control in their quest to hold the throne.
Shakespeare's most complex and emotional drama
A beguiling comedy of romantic adventures and misdirected love.