Richard Marlatt has worked with various Michigan theatres including: Meadow Brook (Fermi - Atomic, George - Burt and Me, Henry - Syncopation, The Three Musketeers, Calendar Girls, Sisters of Swing, A Christmas Carol, etc.), Barn Theatre (Mr. Banks - Mary Poppins, Joe Pulitzer - Newsies), Jewish Ensemble Theatre, Michigan Opera Theatre, and Boarshead. Based in Chicago for many years, Richard worked as an actor and director there in countless theatres: Ravinia Festival (Sunday in the Park With George),Light Opera Works (Ragtime), Chicago Dramatists (Associate Artist),The Goodman, Paramount, Marriott Theatre, Provision, Drury Lane, Noble Fool, Theatre At The Center, Candlelight/Forum, and Shaw Chicago, among others. Various Regional credits include coast to coast tours, and work with: Cincinnati Shakespeare (Claudius - Hamlet),Madison Repertory (Torvald - A Doll’s House), Nebraska Shakespeare (Titus - Titus Andronicus), Human Race Theatre Company (Tito - Lend Me A Tenor), Fireside Theatre (Ebenezer Scrooge), Nebraska Repertory (Morgan - Drawer Boy, Midas - Metamorphoses), Little Theatre On The Square (Footloose, The Full Monty), Peninsula Players, and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Other notable roles include: Abraham Lincoln in the one-man Abraham Lincoln Carved in Stone, King Henry in Lion in Winter, Hamlet, Falstaff, Don Quixote, and Dracula. Richard also works as a stage director and appears in Independent Film, and trained at London’s Royal National Theatre of Great Britain, and at the National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York. He has a Degree in Theatre as an Actor and Director from Central Michigan University.
Previous Tipping Point Work
Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors (Season 12)
*Member of the Actors’ Equity Association