Shooting the new short film, Ed and the Elephant, playing Ed for director Nina Mahesh.
Cast as the lead in a short film.
Table read of a new Web Series, cast as one of 3 leads. Shooting to begin early 2017.
Performing as the Diction Coach and Rod in Singin’ in the Rain at North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts, directed by Richard Stafford. Performances from Aug. 16th-28th.
Performing as Uncle Ernie in The Who’s Tommy at Forestburgh Playhouse from July 6th-31st, and directed by Robin Levine. Booked Singin’ in the Rain at North Shore Music Theatre.
Booked The Who’s Tommy at Forestburgh Playhouse.
Freelancing with Brandon Cohen at BAC Talent Management.
Airing March 18th: Co-Starring role opposite Charlie Cox on the Netflix series, “Daredevil”. (Season 2, Episode 5)
Performance of Kids on Leashes, a series of short plays written by Christopher Sloan, in NYC.
A workshop of Christopher Sloan’s series of short plays.
Performing as Milo Tindle in Sleuth, opening October 7th and running through October 31st at Allenberry Playhouse.
Rehearsals begin for Sleuth at Allenberry Playhouse in Pennsylvania.
TV shoot for a Co-Starring role in a Netflix series, to be announced at a later date.
Cast to cover the three male lead roles in a production of Sandy Rustin’s farce The Cottage at the John W. Engeman Theatre, running through September 6th.
Performance of John Minigan’s The Maltese Walter at Classic Stage Company on August 5th at 8pm, as part of the Sam French OOB Festival.
Booked a Co-Starring role on a Netflix series...To be announced later.
Cast as Walter in a short play, The Maltese Walter, for the Sam French OOB Festival.
Thom & Gerry premieres at Cannes 2015. I have a supporting role in this short film starring Richard Herd and directed by Nate Hapke.
Playing the lead role of Alfie Byrne in A Man of No Importance at the Arvada Center through May 17th.
Film shoot for an Untitled Short Film about two brothers at their wits’ end, directed by Frank Sun.
A Man of No Importance begins rehearsals at the Arvada Center, and starts previews on April 24th. Opening Night is April 28th.
Booked the role of Milo Tindle in Sleuth for Allenberry Playhouse. Performances begin October 7, 2015.
Cast as Alfie Byrne in A Man of No Importance for the Arvada Center in Denver. Performances begin April 24, and run through May 17th.
Cast as a lead in a new Untitled Short Film about two brothers, directed by Frank Sun.
Madison Square Garden debut as “Christmas Who” in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, playing in NYC.
Performing as “Christmas Who” in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, playing at The Chicago Theatre in Chicago.
Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas rehearsals begin for the Big League tour heading to Birmingham, AL, Chicago, IL, and Madison Square Garden in NYC.
Shooting a supporting role in a short film called Thom & Gerry, directed by Nate Hapke.
Primary Stages’ staged reading of Louise Schwarz’ Theories of the Pole, directed by Seth Soloway.
Filming the lead role in a trailer for a feature film called Stand Up for Bastards, Aug. 22-24th.
Booked the role of Konstantin Treplev in The Seagull, directed and adapted by Dudley Stone.
Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera’s production of CATS (Rum Tum Tugger) running from July 17-27th.
Performing lead roles in two pieces for The Puzzle: Marble’s Theatre Festival on June 26th. Playing Dan in Paul Lewis’s “Timmy Perlmutter Goes Flying” and Edgar in Raymond Fast’s “Monster".
Playing the lead in a reading of a new musical called Tickets, Please!, written by Al Tapper and Tony Sportiello, and directed by Nancy Robillard. Performances on May 16th at This Theatre, 154 W. 29th St. 2nd Fl at 1:30p and 5p.
Airing April 3rd: Co-Starring role on CBS’s “Elementary” opposite Jonny Lee Miller.
Booked the lead in a new musical called Tickets, Please! (Wojcik/Seay Casting)
Booked: Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera (Telsey + Company Casting)
“Elementary”: booked and filmed a Co-Starring role opposite Jonny Lee Miller on the CBS series.
Booked and shot a Print Job for a Pharmaceutical company.
Played Lysander in a reading of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
NOV 2013 - JAN 2014
Spamalot, playing the role of Patsy, at Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota.
Performed in a reading of The Fabulous Lipitones, written by Mark St. Germain.
"Boardwalk Empire": My co-star role opposite Steve Buscemi airs Oct. 13th!!
Season 4, Episode 6 ~ The North Star (opening scene)
Filming the love interest in a new, short film called "Relative Density".
Found out a short film I played the lead in, "Ode to Joy", was an Official Selection at the Shanghai International Film Festival.
Beginning rehearsals on Oct. 22nd, for a production of Monty Python’s Spamalot at Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota, FL. I’ll be playing the role of Patsy.
“Visiting Hours”, the short film I played a lead role in, is premiering as an Official Selection at the Williamsburg International Film Festival on Friday, September 20th, at Williamsburg Cinemas.
A reading of Dan McCormick’s play, The Pen and the Paintbrush.
“Visiting Hours” is now an Official Selection of the Williamsburg International Film Festival!
Screening in Los Angeles upcoming for “Visiting Hours”! This short film I acted in was selected by HollyShorts Film Festival to be part of a screening event later this year!
Playing Rum Tum Tugger in CATS at North Shore Music Theatre in Massachusetts...performances Aug. 20th-Sept. 1st.
Playing King Arthur in Spamalot at Forestburgh Playhouse in NY...performances July 16th-28th.
Shoot Co-Starring role opposite Steve Buscemi for Season 4, Episode 6 of “Boardwalk Empire”.
Starring role in a staged reading of “The Devilman”, by Adam Seidel, as part of The Puzzle: Marble’s Festival of New Work.
Perform “Taking the Plunge” as part of The Davenport Ten-Minute Play Contest.
Booked a Co-Starring role on Season 4 of “Boardwalk Empire”.
Singing “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” with Anika Larsen and Sherz Aletaha for “Seth Rudetsky’s Big Fat Broadway” on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio’s On Broadway show.
My episode of “Person of Interest”, playing Trent Russell, re-airs on CBS.
Performing in Broadway Backwards VIII on March 18th at The Palace Theatre on Broadway. (The annual event raised a record-breaking $347,060 for BC/EFA and The Center.)
New York Classical Theatre’s Workshop Presentation of Malvolio’s Revenge, starring as Malvolio. Upcoming Off-Broadway run to follow, beginning January 2014!
World Premiere play, America’s Brightest Star closes at The Railroad Playhouse in Newburgh, NY
Producer reading of Neil Simon’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor, as Kenny Franks
Shooting a lead role in the independent film, The Waiting Room, written by Dominique Johnson and directed by Sarah Paige
Opening Night of the World Premiere play, America’s Brightest Star at The Railroad Playhouse in Newburgh, NY
Industry Reading of The Tiger Play (playing Rajah the Tiger), written by Anne Phelan and directed by Tamara Fisch
Rehearsals begin for the World Premiere play, America’s Brightest Star, written by Alex Goldberg and directed by Seth Soloway
Voice-Over for the character of “The Alchemist” for new video game, Quintus
Wrap-up shooting on CBS’ Person of Interest (episode: Bad Code)
Begin shooting a Co-Starring role on CBS’ Person of Interest
I ♥ Bob performances at Joyce SoHo through July 29th
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I ♥ Bob rehearsals begin for Joyce SoHo
Rum Tum Tugger in Cats at The Gateway Playhouse:
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Performed in the Easter Bonnet Competition at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre
Played Cole in a reading of Jesse James: Dead or Alive
Bob Krakower’s Advanced On-Camera Class
Performing in Broadway Backwards VII on March 5th at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. (The benefit raised a record-breaking $329,000 for BC/EFA and The Center)
Disaster! the Musical (written by Seth Rudetsky & Jack Plotnick) extends at the Triad on 72nd St.
Jake in the new musical, Disaster! at the Triad Theatre in NYC.
Lead role in the short film, Ode to Joy, directed by Jing Wang.
Bob Krakower’s On-Camera class
Shot the lead in a short film, entitled Something in Between, directed by Yao Lv.
Performed in a reading of Disaster, the Musical, written by Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick.
Called in for Long Wharf and The Public Theater.
"Kevin Loreque is a one-of-a-kind teacher that truly uses the art within each person to create a performance. There is no right or wrong. It is about being true to yourself, your own personal story, and allowing yourself to connect to your piece in a very individual way. This brings truth to every performance. Kevin gave me confidence in my own creativity which allowed me to trust and use my instincts. I was able to go to auditions knowing that what I had to offer was great! I felt fulfilled as every audition/performance truly came from a place that was completely my own. I never have to be something that I am not."– Sarah Katherine Gee - Grinch 1st Natl. Tour, Mamma Mia Natl. Tour (Lisa), West Side Story Euro/Asia Tour (Anybodies), Awesome 80's Prom,
"Kevin is a fantastic actor, with a great depth of emotion! I always recommend him to actors who are looking for a terrific coach with a kind and gentle soul."– Jack Plotnick - Award-winning actor, director and performance coach. Gods and Monsters, Meet the Fockers, Reno 911, Drawn Together, The Mentalist, etc.
"I have worked with Kevin both as a coach and as a cast mate. Kevin always brings a positive, professional warmth to his work and he inspires the same elements in his students. This happened for me as I was preparing for an audition in which I felt ill-matched for the role and not confident in my preparation. After a session with Kevin, I felt confident and excited. With his help, I ended up booking the job- the role of Zac Finn on "As The World Turns!"– Nicholas Galbraith - As The World Turns (recurring), South Pacific Broadway National Tour
"Working with Kevin has been a most joyful experience. Not only a consummate professional but his attention to detail and creativity was impressive to achieve the intricate movements of my students. He brought out such amazing character in my students and the success of the routines at competition were a testament to his work. He is a wonderful artist and a great person to work with. My students and I are looking forward to working with him again in the future!"– Christine Mignone, Bedazzle Dance Studio Inc., Staten Island, NY