Resident Artists > Patrick Treadway
Patrick is a multi-media actor and visual artist, trained at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. His directing credits include Greater Tuna for The Little Theatre On The Square in Sullivan, IL, Greater Tuna and A Tuna Christmas for Actor's Repertory Theatre in Spokane, and Nunsense: Amen for Spokane Theatrical Group.
Mauritius was Patrick's first directing project for Interplayers, but his onstage credits here include Tuna Does Vegas, Sisters Of Swing, The Miracle Worker, Race, Opus, and Art. Other local favorites: Will Rogers Follies, The Sound Of Music, Wizard Of Oz, Hairspray, and The Producers for Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre; Big River for Spokane Theatrical Group; Moonlight And Magnolias, and Humble Boy for Actor's Repertory Theatre, as well as Lake City Playhouse, Centre Theatre Group, Northwest Summer Playhouse and Cast Adrift Players productions.
Film credits include The River Murders, The Ward, Camilla Dickenson, Finding Bliss, Give 'Em Hell Malone, End Game, Shadow Of Fear, The Basket, The Video Dead, and Howard The Duck.
Patrick makes puppets, props and specialty makeup, seen in Spokane Children's Theatre, Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre, and The Little Theatre On The Square shows, but are often constructed per private commission. His other interests include sculpting, woodcarving, and NLP, to name a few. He currently teaches Stage Makeup at North Idaho College.
COMING THIS SEASON:
Tuna Does Vegas by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard
Directed by William C. Marlowe
(Left to Right: Patrick Treadway, Michael Weaver)
Race by David Mamet
Directed by Reed McColm
(Left to Right: Kevin Partridge, David Casteal, Patrick Treadway)