Burnt House at Strindberg Repertory Theatre

I am happy to announce that I will be appearing off-off Broadway with the Strindberg Repertory Company in a new translation of August Strindberg’s Burnt House by Artistic Director Robert Greer. I play Rudolph Walstrom, a dyer of fabrics find himself amidst a whirlwind series of events which may or may not begin; but certainly ends with the loss of his home to a fire. Add to that some unearthed secrets and unexpected reunions and you’ve got an age old story of the day that something happened. Performances begin October 6th and run until October 29th on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays @ 8 PM and Sundays @ 4 PM at the Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond Street, New York, NY. You can also check out another of Strindberg’s Chamber Plays, The Storm, which runs in rep.

Tickets available at www.strindbergrep.com and on TDF.

New York Times Listing


Tyler Plosia of StageBuddy.com: “…Jason Paul Tate has some wonderful, sometimes devastating moments as the Dyer, the man who stands to lose the most in the ashes of the edifice.”