John Fredo brings extraordinaty talent to dramatic role

November 6, 2014
john fredo as willy loman

Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” is an extraordinary play about ordinary people.  And its protagonist, the desperate patriarch Willy Loman, calls for an actor with an extraordinary talent for bringing the numb terror of working-class American existence to life on stage.

Enter John Fredo, the veteran Buffalo actor who will drag himself onto the stage with Loman’s regret-filled suitcases in the Irish Classical Theatre Company’s production of the play opening Friday in the Andrews Theatre.

Review by Mary Kunz Goldman - A quirky creative collaboration at BPO

November 1, 2014
brian mysliwy "stole the show," vincent o'neill "hilarious"

FINAL PERFORMANCES SATURDAY AT 8PM AND SUNDAY AT 2PM AT KLEINHANS MUSIC HALL!

by Mary Kunz Goldman, News Staff Reporter, @MaryKunzGoldman
October 31, 2014

New Video! "Why Theatre?" by Full Circle Studios

October 1, 2014
Curtain Up! FREE Street Party, sponsored by buffalo.com

Theatre lovers, take a moment to view this incredible and inspiring short video, "Why Theatre?" by Full Circle Studios at 710 Main Street, shown at the Curtain Up! Gala Dinner on Friday, September 19. Interviews with Meg Quinn, Artistic Director of TOY; Neal Radice, Artistic Director of Alleyway; Vincent O'Neill, Artistic Director of the Irish Classical Theatre Company; Actors; Designers and Audience Members elucidate the importance of Theatre in our lives, with many entertaining asides along the way.