Ezekiel Edmonds

“Ezekiel Edmonds (Fred)…gave an equally compelling performance. His interpretation of “Where Is the Life That Late I Led?” left audience members laughing and clapping passionately. Together, Snyder and Edmonds bounced energy off of one another. Their back-and-forth quips, as well as the tender moments that their characters shared, were testaments to the actors’ compatibility.”
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“Two deserve special mention for their performances. Ezekiel Edmonds (Angelo) and Lydia Stinson (Isabella) delivered outstanding performances, playing off of one- another with surprising intensity.  Angelo is the antagonist of the play, creating the crisis that propels the play forward — but Edmonds plays him as more than simply “the bad guy.” We feel pity and empathy for Angelo even as his repulsive actions cause the audience to despise him.”
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“Edmonds convincingly depicts Angelo as a very self-aware man, weighing his decisions, and often conflicted.”
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“Ezekiel Edmonds has been the most favored SU Drama leading man in recent seasons for good reason. The existential, struggling artist hero calls for deep reserves of talent that he delivers. This is a role to launch a career.”
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