Steve has been involved with amateur theatre for 40 years, appearing in many productions ranging from Chekov and Pinter to Shakespeare. Steve won an award for best supporting actor in 1988 as Cheswick in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest“.
In musical theatre he has played Mr. Bumble in “Oliver!” and Alfie Doolittle in “My Fair Lady“, plus numerous other roles. Moving to Durham in 2005, he joined the Durham Dramatic Society and has appeared frequently with them. In 2008 he won the Best Actor Award for his performance in “Dickens’ Children“.
Steve joined DMTC in 2010 to play the part of Zinnowitz in “Grand Hotel“, followed by Abner Dillon in “42nd Street“. He was a soloist in “Some Enchanted Evenings” and has recently appeared as Jerry Cruncher in our production of “A Tale of Two Cities“, Sheldrake in “Sunset Boulevard” and the School Principle in “Carousel“.
Steve says, “So happy to be chosen as one of the chorus principles for Chess, it’s a wonderful show with a wonderful cast.”