Kevin C. Loomis
Kevin is delighted to make his PCS debut. Especially under the direction of the wonderful Chip Miller. Kevin moved back to his home state (he was a Corvallis boy) after success on Broadway (Inherit the Wind and the infamous Spider-Man), Off-Broadway, national tours, regional theater, TV, film, commercials, and voiceovers. He was lucky to have worked with such luminaries as Julie Taymor, Jerry Zaks, and Doug Hughes; Tony winners all. Some of his favorite roles have been Darcelle in That’s No Lady, JJ in Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark, Max in one of the first regional productions of The Producers, Capulet in R and J, Falstaff in Merry Wives and Henry 4, Part 2. Kevin also teaches at Bridgetown Conservatory, founded by the incredible artist Rick Lewis. He is happy to be back in his beloved Northwest. In his off time, Kevin is an extensive traveler, a passionate chef, and quite a seasoned gadabout. For Mom.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|Choir Boy||Mr. Pendelton|
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