Quorum Profile: Brian Crane

With our release of Quorum – The Messenger’s Tale, we wanted to share the bios of some of the voices you’re hearing.

Brian Crane
Mr. Bishop, M Street Crosser
Brian Crane is an acting company member at WSC Avant Bard where he has appeared as Gonzalo in The Tempest, Bernard in There is a Happiness that Morning Is, Foka in Les Justes, Edward IV in Richard III, Sigmund in Secret Obscenities (Capital Fringe Festival), Steve in Small Craft Warnings, War in Peace, LeGrue in Red Noses, Lepidus in Caligula, Lodowick in Edward III, and DeNizza and Manco in The Royal Hunt of the Sun. Roles with the American Century Theater include Juror 11 in Twelve Angry Men, Frank Elgin in Country Girl, Leslie in Seascape, Woodly in Happy Birthday, Wanda June, the Producer in Hellzapoppin’, the Egg of Head in MacBird!, Harris in Tea and Sympathy, and Felix/Williams in Paradise Lost. He has also appeared as Craig in Pinky Swear’s production of Blight, and Clotaldo in Life’s a Dream with Journeymen Theatre.

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