Dan Illian > Jim Kotofsky

dan_illianDan has originated many roles on the stage, most notably in Lars Norén’s U.S. premiere of “The Last Supper,” “Dead City,” Sheila Callaghan’s play based on Ulysses by James Joyce, and “Self Defense” by Carson Kreitzer. Mr. Illian recently appeared as Jason in “Medea” at LaMaMa e.t.c., and on tour in Istanbul and Adana, Turkey. He appeared as Rodolfo in “West Pier” at the Koltès Festival; as Lopakhin in “The Cherry Orchard,” and Alceste in “The Misanthrope.” Other theater credits include numerous roles as a company member of the renowned Guthrie Theater under the late Artistic Director, Garland Wright, including “The Winter’s Tale,” directed by Doug Hughes; “The Play’s the Thing,” directed by Michael Engler; “King Lear;” “Merchant of Venice” and “A Woman of No Importance.” Film credits include leading roles in “And” and “The,” two films by artist/director, Pierre St-Jacques; “Leaving Ashland;” “I.D.” and “Shoot You Back.”

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