Travis Kent is a proud Colorado native making waves in the New York theater, film, and television scenes. He made his Broadway debut last year in Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick’s DISASTER! His other recent New York theater accomplishments include the world premiers of Pyre Cantata at HERE Arts Center, The Last Word at NYMF, and My First Time: Live + Unprotected, his solo concert debut at 54 Below. Travis is perpetually developing new works with Ryan Scott Oliver (Rope), Charles Osborne and Leo Hurley (Paris Through the Window), and other emerging creatives. He graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he had the pleasure of playing Jean Paul Marat in the Liz Swados directed MainStage production of Marat/Sade. Travis is currently writing, directing, and producing his original television series Plain Jane, which starts filming in April 2017. His upcoming writing projects include a short dramatic film and a feature film about his remarkable great grandmother. He enjoys recycled architecture, Irish dance, and long walks on the beach. For more information, visit traviskent.co.
Karan Kendrick books a principal role in the independent comedy feature film, Fam-i-l-y.
Rufus Bonds, Jr. is set to star as Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar at the Paramount Theatre.
Church & State written by Jason Odell Williams and produced by Charlotte Cohn begins previews at New World Stages.
Katrina Dideriksen books Women Rock, a symphonic celebration of the women who influenced Rock and Roll.
E. Clayton Cornelious is featured in the workshop of Ain’t Too Proud.