Larry Powell

Powell, Larry 2016

Larry Powell was last seen in An Octoroon at Chautauqua Theatre Company. Before that as Rexy/Jason in The Legend of Georgia McBride at The Geffen Playhouse (Ovation, LA Drama Critics Circle nod). Also, seen/heard as MLK in L.A. Theatre Works’ production of The Mountaintop (Audie Award Nom). Other recent credits include Junior in L.A. Theatre Works' Between Riverside and Crazy; Felix in South Coast Repertory’s Curve of Departure; his acclaimed performance Lost In The Stars at UCLA's Royce Hall, directed by Anne Bogart; and the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's new play Seared at San Francisco Playhouse (SFDCC Nomination). He played Homer in CTG's production of Father Comes Home from the Wars (Ovation & NAACP Award Nominations). He also originated the role of Associate Pastor Joshua in Lucas Hnath's hit play The Christians (Humana Festival; Playwrights Horizons; Mark Taper Forum; Audelco Nom). Other Credits: The Mountaintop (Actors Theatre of Louisville); While I Yet Live (Primary Stages); The Brothers Size (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Broke-ology (Lincoln Center Theater & Kansas City Rep); Four seasons at the Obie Award-winning Fire This Time Festival; and Bronzeville (Robey Theatre Company, NAACP Theatre Award nomination). Upcoming Films: The Browsing Effect. Larry is also a published playwright and writer/creator of Mother’s Milk: A Film Quilt and a collection of bold, new plays (including Lost Dog, Realness, and Night Cap). Carnegie Mellon Graduate (where he won the Roth-Levine award for acting in his senior year).