Ted Lewis: About the Artist


Click here to listen to his interview.

Edmund appeared most recently in Bedlam’s acclaimed repertory of “Twelfth Night” and “What You Will.”  Prior to that, he appeared in A.R.T’s production of “The Tempest” which was co-directed by Teller.

A founding member of the innovative Bedlam company, Edmund appeared in the original runs of “Saint Joan” and “Hamlet,” first at the Access Theatre and then Off-Broadway at the Lynn Redgrave Theater. Other New York credits include Sackville & Mr. Harris in The Libertine (directed by Eric Tucker); Mark in The Philadelphia, Kafka in Words, Words, Words, Sir Richard Attenborough in Time Flies (Bang Theatre Collective); Oronte in The Misanthrope, Pozzo in Waiting For Godot, Creon in Antigone (Pilot House); The Father in One Way to Babylon, Banquo in Macbeth (Chimera Theatre); Horny Delivery Guy in 95% Chance They’ll Wind Up Like Larvae (NY Fringe). Edmund can also be seen in his friend Gregory Abbey’s web series Marriage & Other Tragedies and in Andrew Lawton’s short film Have You Seen Calvin? which will be premiering at various film festivals this year.

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