Voluble Minds: Famous Philosophical Dialogues adapted, analyzed, and read aloud:
(Not strictly an acting project, but rather an educational resource developed by and featuring me - also featuring a host of wonderful guest readers. It does have a certain theatrical quality, though!)
His Dark Materials and Theology: A lecture on Philip Pullman's famous, imaginative, and controversial trilogy and its relationship to religion, delivered live on Zoom by Colin Wulff:
Poetry and Sacred Text: Carl Dennis
A brief session I led on the theological connections in the poetry of Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Dennis:
Currently serving as Interim Development Assistant at The Acting Company.
Returned to a season of outdoor Shakespeare with Hip to Hip Theatre, playing Octavius in Antony and Cleopatra and
Sebastian/Guitarist in Twelfth Night (also serving as Dramaturg and Fight Captain).
Played Cecily in a Zoom production of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest with the Westchester Schoolhouse Theater
Was proud to participate in The Bardcast Players Zoom production of Macbeth as Malcolm, to raise money for the Actors Fund and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS:
Had a delightful time performing as Captain Edstaston in a Zoom production of Shaw's Great Catherine: Whom Glory Still Adores with the Westchester Schoolhouse Theater.
Excited to appear in the CBS series FBI: Most Wanted, Episode #110, Predators as Beau Parsons!
Closed a production of Troilus and Cressida as Troilus with Hip to Hip Theater this February, the company's inaugural winter season, bringing free Shakespeare to schools, museums and libraries!
Proud to appear as co-star in Madam Secretary, Episode 515
Closed summer 2019 touring productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream (Lysander) and Richard III (Clarence, Richmond) with Hip to Hip Theater!
Recently in NYC and beyond (running actor's log):
Delighted to announce signing with The Krasny Office (TKO)!
Concluded a great summer with Hip to Hip Theatre, playing Edgar in King Lear and one of the Dumaine brothers in All's Well That Ends Well!
Is now a proud member of Actors' Equity Association
May 06, 2018, returned to NYC from Montgomery, AL, where he spent over 8 months working for Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
Held three performances of Colin's original found-space semi-immersive cerebral short play in verse, Walt Whitman's Brain to full and enthusiastic houses!
Closed Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Twelfth Night, in which Colin was featured as the Sea Captain and a clarinetist.
Concluded the second round of tour for Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Much Ado About Nothing
Concluded the first in-house run of Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Much Ado About Nothing, in which Colin played Claudio.
Closed Alabama Shakespeare Festival's The Snow Queen January 23rd. Colin played Kai and a penny whistling cannibal named Ulf.
Closed Alabama Shakespeare Festival's A Christmas Carol, in which Colin played a caroler, a businessman, the butcher, and a Fezziwig dancer. He also understudied the role of Fred.
Finished the first round of touring with Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Much Ado About Nothing as Claudio.
Certified With Recommendation in Rapier/Dagger from J. Allen Suddeth, under the direction of Eugene Solfanelli with Joseph Travers' company Swordplay, and a subsequent new membership as an actor with the Society of American Fight Directors.
This past summer (2017) Colin worked with Hip to Hip Theatre bringing free outdoor Shakespeare to venues all over the city!
He played half-a-dozen roles, including Sir Walter Blount in Henry IV Part 1 and Claudio, Barnardine, and Constable Elbow in Measure for Measure.
Hip to Hip has a valuable mission of bringing strong productions to underserved communities:
Directed a production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Allen Stevenson School.
Closed The Comedy of Errors with Underling Productions in The Manhattan Theatre Club. It was a pleasure to play Antipholus of Syracuse in my first full production with this company!
Closed The Bride with Bottom's Dream - a Shakespeare of double feature of Love's Labour's Lost and Much Ado About Nothing presented at Access Theater. Colin played Dumain/Sir Nathaniel and Don John.
Closed a production of Chekhov's Ivánov in the role of Bórkin at Columbia University!
Directed the Christmas Pageant at the All Souls Unitarian Church!
Worked with Commonwealth Shakespeare Company this summer in Boston. Played Flute in A Midsummer Night's Dream and understudied Longaville/Dumain in Love's Labour's Lost.
Check out the Boston Globe Article on Love's Labour's Lost:
Played Dionysius in the Columbia MFA Directors directors' final presentation of The Bacchae.
Appeared as one of the Essentials in Ground UP Production's NYC debut of Jane Martin's H2O at 59E59 Theaters!