MISHKA YAROVOY is thrilled to be making his SpeakEasy debut. Born in Mexico to a family of Russian musicians, Mishka spent most of his life living between Mexico, Russia, and the United States before settling permanently in New York at the age of 14. There he attended Laguardia High School for the Performing Arts before transferring to Interlochen Arts Academy. Currently a theatre major at Boston University, his previous credits include: Romeoand Juliet (Apollinaire Theatre); She Eats Apples (Artists’ Theatre of Boston); Passage (Boston University); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Ridiculous Project); Stupid F**king Bird (Parallel 45 Theatre). (he/him)
2020 Tony Award Winner for Best Play! Interweaving lives and spanning generations, The Inheritance brilliantly transposes E.M. Forster’s novel Howards End to 21st century New York. A generation after the peak of the AIDS crisis, what is it like to be a young gay man …
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