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BRACE EVANS

Seattle, WA
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  • Ethnicity: African-American
  • Sex:male
  • Age Range: 35 - 55
  • Vocal Range: barritone
  • Eyes: brown
  • Hair: dark brown
  • Height: 6' 7"
  • Weight:220


SAG-AFTRA ELIGIBLE
EQUITY MEMBERSHIP CANDIDATE (EMC)

BRACE EVANS has performed in Seattle since pre-school as a frog on a log, and through his youth with the Paul Robeson Community Theatre in Livin’ Black, at the Langston Hughes Cultural Arts Center. 

He graduated from Garfield H.S. (‘84), the University of Washington (’91, Business and Drama), Brooklyn College (’98, MFA Performing Arts Management), completed training in Freehold’s Meisner Series (“14) and ETI program (’15), and participated in the Acting Shakespeare course at RADA (’16).

Performances have included The Kentucky Cycle, Hair, and Twelfth Night at Bainbridge Island Performing Arts; And Jesus Moonwalks the Mississippi and Parade with Sound Theatre Company; John Baxter at Intiman; A Raisin in the Sun at The Seattle Repertory Theatre; This Land is Your Land with Mark Haim at On the Boards, Paris, France, New York, and North Carolina; Vernae with Ethan Folk in Seattle and Belgrade Serbia; All’s Well That Ends Well with the ETI program at Freehold Theatre; Measure for Measure with the Summer Shakespeare Course at RADA; Force Contiuum at University of Washington; Moby Dick with Book It Theatre; and several shows with REACT Theatre.

In May, 2017, BRACE will perform with Cherdonna Sinatra in Washington Ensemble Theatre’s production of Cherdonna’s Doll House.

His passion is to inspire individuals to ‘exist’ and ‘BE’ themselves through the reflection of seeing oneself in performance.  



Professions/skills: Writer;Singer;Administrator;Actor project manager


Member in:

2017
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