|The Treasure of Hardin County" (not to be confused with the treasurer...
though maybe one day if HCP hits the Powerball), Ron Blair, first came to
HCP in 1989 at the age of 15. Since then Ron has performed in over 60
productions in various theatres throughout the career. As a writer he has
been published in magazines such as Sposa and Hacker's his favorite roles
over his thirty year career include Toby Belch in Shakespeare's "Twelfth
Night", Tito Morrelli in two separate productions of "Lend Me a Tenor",
Tevye in "Fiddler on the Roof", the titular charcter in Shakespeare's
"Macbeth", Fagin in "Oliver!", and most recently, Felix in "The Game's
Afoot". In 2012, Ron was awarded, "Best Male Performance" during the
Kentucky Theatre Association competion for his portrayal of Fred Phelps
and various other characters in HCP's award winning production of "The
Laramie Project". Outside of HCP, Ron is involved with Good People
Films who this past July received honors for music from the 48 Hour Film
Fest Competition and The Wild Card Podcast.
Ron resides in Rineyville with his wife, Michelle, HCP's house manager,
and his two children Caleb and MacKenzie, both of them young theatre
veterans in their own right. Ron most recently co-directed Jeff Curtis'
original musical, "Heroicus" and is looking forward to continue to enrich
the local arts community as a writer, director, and performer.