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Larry Blamire

Larry Blamire

Larry Blamire is a playwright, director, actor and artist. Plays include Jump Camp, In the Nations, and Interface (all directed by him, all making Year's Best lists of the Boston papers) and his Irish play Whyo, which received a grant from the Artists Foundation. The latter was workshopped at Gloucester Stage Company and led to their first ever play commission, from Israel Horovitz, resulting in the semi-autobiographical The Chroma Line. His most recent play, Meela's Comet, has received two readings at Pacific Resident Theatre in LA. Other plays include My Name is Leslie, Robin Hood, Dost Pity Me Withpett?, and Murder At the OK Corral (all published by Samuel French) as well as May Dum, Bride of the Mutant’s Tomb, an evening of comedy sketches Sketch-O-Rama, and the one act Ha’nt. Acting on stage, Mr. Blamire received acclaim as MacMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Roat in Wait Until Dark, and won the Boston Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Actor for the role of "Al" in David Rabe's In the Boom Boom Room. He is also creator of the epic steampunk project Steam Wars, for which he has produced a large amount of artwork. His films include The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, released by Sony in 2004, Johnny Slade's Greatest Hits, Trail of the Screaming Forehead, The Lost Skeleton Returns Again, and Dark and Stormy Night. Mr. Blamire lives with his wife, actress Jennifer Blaire, and their young son Griffin.


Samuel French Titles by Larry Blamire