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Copyright C.Cardoni 2019

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Communicating Doors ............................................

The Lion In Winter.....................................................
Stop Kiss......................................................................
Cyrano de Bergerac.................................................
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead...........
Criminal Hearts..........................................................
Becky’s New Car ......................................................
The Merchant of Venice..........................................
Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure...............
Dracula.........................................................................
The Tempest...............................................................
Bus Stop.......................................................................
Hedda Gabler.............................................................
The Lady’s Not For Burning....................................
Antigone (Anouilh).....................................................
A Man For All Seasons.............................................
Richard III.....................................................................
Macbeth.......................................................................
A Midsummer Night’s Dream.................................
Romeo & Juliet...........................................................
Love Letters................................................................
I Hate Hamlet.............................................................

Reece

Henry II
Detective Cole
Cyrano
The Player
Wib
Joe Foster
Antonio
Sherlock Holmes
Dracula
Prospero
Virgil Blessing
Jorgen Tesman
Thomas Mendip
Chorus/First Guard
Signor Chapuys
Duke of Clarence
Macbeth
Theseus/Oberon
Friar Laurence
Andrew
Barrymore

Selected Acting Credits

 

 

Vokes Players

Quannapowitt Players 
Acme Theater
Vokes Players 
Longwood Players
Quannapowitt Players
Quannapowitt Players
Vokes Players
Vokes Players
Quannapowitt Players
Hovey Players
Vokes Players
Vokes Players
Vokes Players
Vokes Players
Vokes Players
Vokes Players
Salem Theatre Company
Hovey Players
Atlantis Playmakers
Atlantis Playmakers
Atlantis Playmakers

& Bay Colony Players

Skills:
Stage combat (unarmed, swords, knife, quarterstaff, etc.) - extensive training and experience as fight choreographer and stage combat instructor; member Society of American Fight Directors (website: cjfights.com); limited training in firearms (Massachusetts LTC) 

Dialects/Accents: American Regional: Boston/New England, Southern, Western International: Various British, Scottish, Irish, French, Italian, Spanish; various celebrity imitations

Review:

 “The best performance of the evening is Cardoni in the duel roles of Theseus and Oberon. He has such ease with Shakespeare's lines that he's able to make them seem like a natural outgrowth of his character...he makes the authority of his characters more powerful through understatement.”

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hovey Players

Selected Directing Credits

 

 

Plays:

Black Coffee

A Streetcar Named Desire

Hamlet

The Lady's Not For Burning

Musicals:

She Loves Me

The Secret Garden

Singin' In The Rain

Annie Get Your Gun

Rags

1776

Annie

A Chorus Line

Damn Yankees

The Most Happy Fella

Vokes Players

Vokes Players

Vokes Players

Vokes Players

 

Weston Friendly Society

Weston Friendly Society

Weston Friendly Society

Turtle Lane Playhouse

Turtle Lane Playhouse

Turtle Lane Playhouse

Turtle Lane Playhouse

Turtle Lane Playhouse

Turtle Lane Playhouse

Savoyard Light Opera Company


 

Reviews:

"The Vokes Theatre is an intimate playhouse that evokes the feeling of an Italian Renaissance stage. How well suited the space was for a production of Shakespeare’s arguably most famous of all tragedies, Hamlet…This company has mastered the use of their space and the distribution of their resources in such a way that the whole production had a very polished and cohesive feel…All of this excellent acting work is a tribute to Chris Cardoni’s direction on the piece.  I’m extremely impressed…Making Shakespeare feel fresh and engaging is a feat unto itself, but Vokes also made it feel fun and charming.  I loved it: one of my favorite regional productions this year."

Hamlet, Vokes Players

 

"Rags, which was a famous failure on Broadway,  is not so much revived as redeemed in the new production at the Turtle Lane Playhouse. Brought onto this stage, Rags is a whole new experience, glittering with incident and information, arguments over real issues set to music, hints at romance and disaster, and butterflies of hope emerging out of the chrysallis of the past…with Director Chris Cardoni and Music Director Wayne Ward at their best, there's much more than a damn good set worth experiencing at The Turtle Lane Playhouse."

Rags, Turtle Lane Playhouse

 

"Turtle Lane Playhouse has mounted an exciting, effective, and affecting production of the ultimate backstage musical, A Chorus Line.  The Playhouse has every reason to be proud - this production successfully conveys the essence of the show's choreography and the potent magic of the aspiration it embodies. Turtle Lane's version compares favorably to the original, and to the road company I saw a few years later here in Boston."

A Chorus Line, Turtle Lane Playhouse

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