Takedown - September 21 - October 01, 2023

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(Lucas/Director) is an actor/director with extensive experience. Some of Glickman’s international, NYC and LA director credits include: Pillow Talk by Peter Tolan (NYC and LA),  Fast Girls,The Bachelor Party, In the Boom Boom Room, True West, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Stone, Extremities, The Odd Couple (women & men version), Angles in America, Fool For Love, The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, The Motherfucker with the Hat, Long Days Journey Into NightAmerican Buffalo, Barefoot in the Park, Gruesome Playground Injuries, The Glass Menagerie, Spoon River Anthology, Oleanna, The Great God Pan, Equus, Gungfly (original play – end production – co-director) and Jean Paul Sartre’s “No Exit” at the Lab Theatre, Randolph College. He directed both original plays The Statement and Sex, Shoplifting and Rock and Roll which premiered at Theater for the New City.


Some of his notable stage acting credits: NYC, Los Angeles and St. Louis: The Enormous Radio: Jack Tate, The Public Theatre, The Merchant of Venice: Prince of Aragon, Central Park Shakespeare Festival, The Elephant Man: John Merrick, The Actors Space Theatre, Edmond: Customer and Preacher, Chekhov Studio Theatre, In The Boom Boom Room: Al Royce, Chekhov Studio Theatre, True West: Lee, Chekhov Studio Theatre West, A Weekend Near Madison: Jimmy, Chekhov Studio Theatre, See How They Run: Clive Winton, Webster Theatre, Spoon River: Eugene Carman, Chekhov Studio Theatre, Pillow Talk: Aaron,  The Gardner Stage, Waiting for Lefty: Benjamin, Lillian Theatre, The Author╩╝s Voice: Todd, 3rd Street Stage, Neighborhood Crime Watch, Ronald, Webster Theatre, Long Days Journey Into Night: Edmund, Chekhov Studio Theatre.  TV and Film credits include, Melrose Place, Models Inc., NYPD Blue, En Pilgrim Död and Last Exit to Brooklyn, Below 30/Above 10,000, Coffee Date, Dark Rider and Rosenberg, which he co-wrote and produced and made it’s US premier at the San Diego Jewish Film Festival.  His most recent work includes playing the roll of Frank in the new TV series “How To Make It In Hollywood” and the sci-film “Dreamster” directed by Ludvig Gür, which premiered at Scream Fest L at the Chinese Hollywood Theater. 


Glickman also is a celebrated teacher and has instructed hundreds of actors the Michael Chekhov work at COCA (St. Louis, MO), Randolph College, Conservatory (Los Angeles, Chicago, St. Louis, Milan, Paris and Stockholm) and at Kulturama and Calle Flygare theatre schools in Stockholm, Sweden.  Currently, he runs the Actors Studio Stockholm in Stockholm, Sweden and instructs the work in NYC at his own Conservatory – NYC in addition to having instructed/directed at the Stella Adler School of Acting.  He received his BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where he trained at the Circle-in-the-Square Theater Conservatory with Alan Langdon, John Malkovich and Tony Greco and The Michael Chekhov Studio with Beatrice Straight, Mala Powers, Fern Sloan, Joanna Merlin and Ted Pugh.  In addition to his formal studies he continued his training in New York City at The Actors Space with Alan Langdon, The William Esper Studio with Suzanne Esper as well as Darryl Hickman and Tony Greco in Los Angeles. 


He is happy to be back in NYC performing at Theater for the New City again and so greatly appreciates both of his sons Dustin and Ingmar in supporting his artistic endeavors!

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