Patrick Hogan

Shoreline, WA
Cell Phone: 206-214-7736
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  • Sex:male
  • Vocal Range: Baritone
  • Eyes: Hazel
  • Hair: Brown
  • Height: 5' 9"
  • Weight:160

Patrick demonstrates versatility as well as strength and facility with such pivotal characters as Juliet’s Nurse (Dream Things True, Dacha), Charlie Cowell (The Music Man, Driftwood) Teddy (Arsenic and Old Lace, Woodinville Repertory Theatre) and Doctor McCoy (Amok Time, Hello Earth Productions.)  He has had success in the lead role as well, playing Frank Foster (How the Other Half Loves, Redwood Theatre.) 

Patrick’s work has been recognized in the Seattle Weekly, which placed his acting among the “impressive subtleties” of Amok Time.  My Edmonds News praised his work in the 2012 Festival of Shorts at Edmonds Driftwood Players, saying that the playwright “lucked out” in having Patrick among the cast. 

Patrick has done improvisational playback theater since 2014 with Threshold Ensemble.   

As of June 2017, Patrick is again working with Dacha Theater on An Awfully Big Adventure, a devised, immersive adaptation on J M Barrie’s Peter Pan, to be presented in July.

Other highlights include:

In April, 2015, Patrick appeared in Lost Friend, new play by Ed Corrigan presented as part of Freehold Theatre's Incubator Studio Series. 

In April and May 2015, Patrick displayed his physical comedy and slapstick skills, appearing as one of the Proteans in A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum at Driftwood Players. 

Patrick began acting in Olympia, WA, where he performed as Marcel in Capitol Playhouse's production of The Boy Friend at the historic Capitol Theater and in the ensemble of Camelot, by Abbey Players at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts.

Patrick has also done voice work for a Her Interactive Nancy Drew PC game, The Ghost of Thornton Hall, released in 2013.



Member in:

2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012
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