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Fredric Stone began his professional career in New York City where he performed on Broadway in Murray Schisgal's All Over Town and toured with it's national company. He also toured with Zero Mostel in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. He has lived in Chicago since 1980, and has performed at most of the Chicagoland theatres including Chicago Shakespeare Theater where he has appeared as Northumberland in Richard II, as Alonso in The Tempest, as Boyet in Love's Labor's Lost, as Camillo in The Winter's Tale, as Gremio in The Taming of the Shrew, as The Duke of Burgundy and The Constable of France in Henry V, and as Northumberland, Francis, Vernon and Silence inHenry 1V, Parts 1 and 2 in repertory. At Court Theatre he's played leading roles in The Servant of Two Masters, Love's Labour's Lost and All's Well that Ends Well. At Victory Gardens Theater, he originated the role of Joel in James Sherman's hit play Beau Jest as well as Sam in Mr. Sherman's Mr. 80%. At Northlight Theatre, he played in Feiffer's America and The Perfect Party, at Wisdom Bridge Theatre in Soft Remembrance , at The National Jewish Theater in First is Supper, at Drury Lane South in Run for your Wife. He was invited to perform Will and Testament at The Sixth World Shakespeare Congress, a Shakespeare conference hosted in Los Angeles in April, 1996. Film and television credits include Thief with James Caan, Crime Story, The Untouchables, Missing Persons, and the television movie Howard Beach with Daniel J. Travanti.

Mr. Stone has been on The Illinois Arts Tour Roster and The Illinois Arts-in-Education Residency Roster.



For more information please contact:
Will and Testament Productions
Fredric Stone (fredricstone@sbcglobal.net)
5040 N. Marine Drive
Chicago, IL 60640
773-334-4196

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