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B Street Acting Company

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Staff | B Street Theatre

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Jason Kuykendall


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Reprising his role as Raleigh will be B Street company member Jason Kuykendall.


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Julia Brothers is a cancer patient and Jason Kuykendall is an all-business clinical research fellow in "Wit" at the B Street Theatre.
Jason Kuykendall's Posner epitomizes the business-first-and-last style of patient relations. Jason Kuykendall, with Dana Brooke, turned in a poignant performance in "The Swan" at the B Street Theater. New and noted: Ian Cullity showed equal parts talent, charisma and craft in a memorable turn as the conflicted Jason in "bare" presented by Artistic Differences Theater Company Most poignant performance in a mysterious play: Jason Kuykendall crashes into "The Swan" as the swan who abruptly morphs into a man. The ensemble includes a Bob Cratchitt-like illustrator named Caleb Plummer, played by Jason Kuykendall; and a charming, selfless serving girl in the pub, performed by Sara Perry.


Almost, Maine (Mainstage)

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Starring Jason Kuykendall, John Lamb, Elisabeth Nunziato, and Peter Story.
Jason Kuykendall - Jason is proud to be a member of the B Street Theatre Acting Company where he has performed in new works such as The Swan, Last Train to Nibroc, Lobster Alice, Fortune, The Big Bang, and Safe at Home: The Jackie Robinson Story, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doubt. He is originally from Arizona and has performed with a majority of the major theatres there. From there he moved to Los Angeles were he starred onstage with Tyne Daly in a production of Big Maggie. He played Oswald in the world premiere of Lanford Wilson's new translation of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts. He has also had roles on television shows such as General Hospital and State of Grace, and most recently in the feature film Homeland.


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Jason Kuykendall - [Jason Posner]
Jason Kuykendall is proud to be a member of the B Street Theatre Acting Company where he has performed in new works such as Last Train to Nibroc, WittenbergThe Big Bang, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and many more. He is originally from Arizona and has performed with a majority of the major theatres there.


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