Keith Hamilton Cobb
He is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in acting. His regional theatre credits include such venues as The Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Shakespeare Theatre of Washington DC, and the Denver Theatre Center, performing such classical roles as Laertes in “Hamlet,” Tybalt in “Romeo and Juliet,” Tullus Aufidius in “Coriolanus,” Oberon in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” as well as roles in such contemporary dramas as David Mamet’s “Race,” August Wilson’s “Jitney,” and Lynn Nottage’s “Ruined.”
He created the role of Noah Keefer for the ABC daytime drama, All My Children, for which he garnered a Daytime Emmy Award nomination; the role of Tyr Anasazi for Gene Rodenberry’s Andromeda; the role of Damon Porter for the CBS daytime drama, The Young and the Restless; and the role of Quincy Abrams for the Logo Network series, Noah’s Arc.
Alan C. Edwards
Drama Desk Award nominee). Regional: Lights Out: Nat King Cole (People’s Light, Geffen); Dutchman, Antigone, Macbeth, The Tempest (Classical Theatre of Harlem); Twisted Melodies (Centerstage Baltimore); Henry IV Part 2, Fingersmith (OSF); Stagger Lee (Dallas Theater Center); We Are Proud to Present (The Guthrie); Man of La Mancha (Westport Playhouse); Sweeney Todd (Connecticut Rep); Jeremy McQueen’s Madiba (The Kennedy Center). Broadway: The Testament of Mary (Assoc. to Jennifer Tipton). His work has been seen at The Guthrie, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Dallas Theater Center, Center Stage Baltimore, Asolo Rep, Yale Rep, Cleveland Play House, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Miami New Drama, Berkshire Theatre Group, Chautauqua Theater Company, People’s Light, Madison Opera, Mill City Opera and the Kennedy Center. He received his MFA from the Yale School of Drama.
principal songwriters of the Louisville, KY-based instrumental band Rachel’s, who released six albums on Quarterstick Records between 1995 and 2003. As a solo artist, Frederickson has released five albums since 2011 and has played concerts of his own music in New York City, Seattle, Louisville, Nashville and Zilina, Slovakia. Since moving to New York in 2004, Frederickson has worked primarily in theatre and dance at a long list of theatres, notably the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Classic Stage Company, The Public Theater, The Baryshnikov Arts Center, La MaMa, Abingdon, Atlantic Stage 2, as well as regional theatres, primarily Actors Theatre of Louisville, where he has worked on 17 productions and is a regular designer at the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Frederickson was trained as a classical musician, and holds degrees from The Peabody Conservatory and The Juilliard School.