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Meet The Clockmaker, Tom Story!

April 12, 2011

Heinrich in The Hub Theatre's The ClockmakerTom Story has appeared in Washington at The Studio Theatre where he most recently appeared as Klemmer in Legends!. Other Studio Theatre roles include Katurian in The Pillowman, Bernard in A Number (Helen Hayes nomination), Young Housman in The Invention of Love (Helen Hayes nomination), John in The York Realist, Hermes in Prometheus and Lvov in Ivanov. He is also an affiliated artist at The Shakespeare Theatre Company where he has appeared as Otto in Design For Living, Steven in Major Barbara, and Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night (Helen Hayes nomination) At the Folger he was Prince Hal in Henry IV, Part 1. In New York he has appeared at the Mint Theater, Town Hall, the York Theater and as Isabella in Measure for Measure directed by Diane Paulus for Project 400. Regional credits include Twelfth Night, Loot, and Tartuffe at the McCarter Theatre and Yale Repertory Theatre; Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at Seattle Repertory Theatre; Bosie in Gross Indecency at Missouri Repertory Theatre and multiple roles in the world premiere musical A Girl Called Dusty at Provincetown Repertory Theatre. Mr. Story has spent nine seasons at The Berkshire Theatre Festival. Roles at BTF include Ishmael in Moby Dick-Rehearsed, Mordred in Camelot, Acaste in The Misanthrope, Peter in The Heidi Chronicles (Berkshire Eagle Award), Venticelli in Amadeus, Tom in The Glass Menagerie and Will in The Book Club Play which he also played at The O’Neill Theatre Center. He is a recipient of a Fox Foundation grant and a graduate of Duke University and the Juilliard School.

For The Hub Theatre’s production of The Clockmaker, Tom will play Heinrich, the clockmaker. The Clockmaker by Stephen Massicotte and directed by Kirsten Kelly  runs at The Hub from April 29 – May 22. Tickets are now on sale at www.thehubtheatre.org.

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