NAEL NACER* (Mark) returns to SpeakEasy having previously appeared in Small Mouth Sounds, A Future Perfect, and Tribes. Other credits include: The Tempest (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company),The Merchant of Venice,Macbeth,Equivocation (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), Romeo and Juliet, A Doll’s House, Bedroom Farce, Awake and Sing!, Our Town (Huntington Theatre), The Return (Israeli Stage), Chekhov OS, The Seagull (Arlekin Players Theatre),Tiny Beautiful Things, True West,The Flick (Gloucester Stage), Constellations (Central Square Theatre), Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play, Intimate Apparel (Lyric Stage), A Number, Lungs (New Repertory Theatre), Rhinoceros, Windowmen (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre). Nael is the recipient of Elliot Norton and IRNE awards, and is a resident acting company member of Actors’ Shakespeare Project. (he/him)
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