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Noah Pinegar

 

Noah Pinegar

 

Actor, Singer, Director, Producer,
Stage Manager, Designer, Playwright
Based in Washington, DC and Seattle, WA


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26
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Baritone

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March 14
Oakland, CA
Blue
Fish
Braveheart
The Godfather
Trilogy
A River Runs Through It
David Mamet Films
60 Minutes
Roald Dahl


Artist's Bio

In addition to his ReAct credits, Noah has appeared locally as Jenkins/Col. Fitzwilliam in Book-It Repertory's Pride and Prejudice, Sohovik in Damn Yankees and Matt in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at Civic Light Opera, and as Simon in Burien Little Theatre's Hay Fever. Noah has also been featured in Seattle Opera's Billy Budd, Village Theatre's Grease, Pirates of Penzance, Carnival, and their workshop production of Kiss Me Quick Before the Lava Reaches the Village, The Boyfriend at CLO, The Music Man with Driftwood Players and in Dice and Cards and When a Kiss is Not Just a Kiss at the University of Washington School of Drama. Outside of the Puget Sound area, Noah has performed with Longview Stageworks as Tom in The Glass Menagerie, and at the 1996 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He has also been featured in several short films. Also a writer, Noah's collection of plays, Every Last Detail & Three Others is available from Windstorm Creative. His new play Without a Thorn was recently published.

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Noah Pinegar
Photo: Wayne Rutledge


ReAct Stagework

Acting Credits
Noon (Both Runs) - Asher
Another Antigone (1st Run) - David
"More" All in the Timing (1st Run) - Ensemble
Closer (Staged Reading) - Dan


Artist's Contact Information

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