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Wynn Harmon


Wynn Harmon (Captain Andy) is delighted to be making his WNO debut.  With New York City Opera, he played The Detective in Porgy and Bess, which was also broadcast Live from Lincoln Center on PBS and nominated for two Emmy Awards, both for Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program and Best Director, Tazewell Thompson.  At Glimmerglass Festival he played James Jarvis in Lost in the Stars opposite Eric Owens as Stephen Kumalo and Sean Panikkar as The Leader; and Charlie Cowell in The Music Man, opposite Dwayne Croft as Harold Hill and Elizabeth Futral as Marian Paroo.  He played Charlie Cowell again, when Glimmerglass Festival’s production of The Music Man went to the Royal Opera House of Muscat, Oman.   Off-Broadway credits include As You Like ItThe New Yorkers, and Tibet Does Not Exist.   In Washington, D.C. Mr. Harmon has performed at Arena Stage in The Heidi Chronicles, The Shakespeare Theatre in Love's Labour’s Lost and The Alchemist; and at The Studio Theatre he played Neil in the U.S. premiere of Alan Bennett's play The Habit of Art (Helen Hayes Award nomination).  Mr. Harmon's extensive regional credits include performances with  Alley Theatre, Long Wharf, Hartford Stage, American Conservatory Theatre, Huntington Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Syracuse Stage, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Westport Country Playhouse, Pioneer Theatre, Virginia Stage Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival,  Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and eleven shows at The Old Globe in San Diego. He played Trevor Babcock on All My Children, and Mark in the film Paper Cranes, He is the recipient of Best Supporting Actor Awards for Jacques in As You Like It; and Antoine de St. Exupery in ...35,000 Feet; and also  The Edwin E. Stein Award for Excellence in the Arts.

March 2013

Wynn Harmon