Todd Brun

Communication Sciences Institute
Department of Electrical Engineering Systems
University of Southern California
3740 McClintock Ave, EEB 502
Los Angeles, CA 90089
(213) 740-3503
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 150 pounds
Hair: Blond
Eyes: Hazel
Age: 44 (born 1967)

Leontes The Winter's Tale Caltech (TACIT)
Creon Antigone (Anouilh) Harvard University (HRDC)
The Duke Measure for Measure TACIT
Algernon Moncrieff The Importance of Being Earnest TACIT
The Fool King Lear HRDC
Macduff Macbeth Santa Barbara Shakespeare Festival
Mordred Camelot TACIT
Cromwell A Man For All Seasons TACIT
The Cardinal Inquisitor The Life of Galileo TACIT
Alexandre Dumas (Narrator) The Three Musketeers TACIT
Oliver As You Like It TACIT
Wilfred T. Smith Pasadena Babalon (George Morgan) TACIT
Colonel Wilkins Rocket Girl (George Morgan) TACIT
Hortensio/Tailor The Taming of the Shrew Los Angeles Shakespeare Co.
Abraham Lincoln John Brown's Body TACIT
Lane/Chasuble The Importance of Being Earnest HRDC
Uncle Willie Tracey The Philadelphia Story HRDC
Oronte The Misanthrope HRDC
Sergeant Carlino Wait Until Dark HRDC
Bennett Travesties HRDC
Dr. Berg Blood Ties (Judith Robbins Rose) Theatre Americana
Mortimer The Fantasticks HRDC
Booker Page Working TACIT
Kappelmeister Bonno Amadeus HRDC

Wrote and directed Three Chimes, HRDC.
Directed The Cocktail Party, HRDC.
Directed Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, TACIT.
Adapted and directed Dorothy Sayers's novel The Documents in the Case, TACIT.
Directed The Watched Pot (Saki), TACIT.

Acting class (Grotowski) with John Bottoms of the A.R.T.
Playwriting workshop with William Alfred of Harvard University.
Acting and voice workshop with Geoffrey Forward, artistic director, Los Angeles Shakespeare Co.

Was a member of Senseless Death, an improvisational comedy group; performances at the Ice House Annex, Stage Left Coffeehouse, local cable television, and numerous private venues.

Performed for Candlelight Murders, a company which provides murder-mystery performances for parties and other events; also wrote three scripts for their use.

Organized, directed and read in numerous play readings for Caltech Playreaders and others.