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Behind-the-Scenes: Ask an Actor!

Updated: Jun 29, 2020

Curious about how actors get their start? Wonder what it’s like performing at a major theatre?


Alley Theatre Resident Acting Company member Chris Hutchison talks about his unique life as an actor, his exciting career, and how he got started in the business.  

Want to get better at auditioning? Come back soon for our next video, featuring Associate Producer and Casting Director Brandon Weinbrenner. 


Meet the Artist

Alley Theatre Resident Acting Company Member

Chris Hutchison Sixty plays/thirteen years as a member of the Resident Acting Company. Recent: Polixines inThe Winter's Tale, Roland in Constellations, and Dr. Irving Baer inQuack. Other favorites: (Padraic)Lieutenant of Inishmore, (Mervyn)A Behanding in Spokane, (Orsino)Twelfth Night, and (Michael)Good People. Off-Broadway/NY credits include EST Marathon and revivals with Obie award-winning Keen Company. Chris’s solo showTRIPwas selected for production by HERE Arts Center. Regional: Guthrie, Pasadena Playhouse, Baltimore Center Stage, Capital Rep, Milwaukee Rep, Pittsburgh Public, Hartford TheaterWorks, and six summers as a member of the Ensemble at Bread Loaf/Vermont, where he played Stanley Kowalski in Streetcar, among others. Film/TV: Rose Garden, Kill the Poor, Ed, Chappelle’s Show, All My Children, Guiding Light, Confessions: Two Faces of Evil, and Precious Victims. Proud member Actors Equity and SAG/AFTRA.



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