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A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Bo
has a varied theatrical background,
including performances as: Edna in
Hairspray, Pseudolus in A Funny
Thing Happened…
, Mushnick in
Little Shop of Horrors, Judas, Pilate
and King Herod in
Jesus Christ
Superstar (3 different productions)
,
Horton in
Seussical, Cowardly Lion
in
The Wizard of Oz, Marcellus in The
Music Man
, Billis in South Pacific,
Mr. Bumble in
Oliver, and Tevye in
Fiddler on the Roof.
In 2006, he was presented with the
Outstanding Achievement in Direction Award
by the Kentucky State Theater Festival
for his
production of
"Wit."
Since 2001, Bo performed
in/directed/designed/choreographed more than 90
productions for
Hardin County Playhouse.
He is grateful to both HCP
and the wonderful and
supportive local audiences
and organizations.
Bo Cecil
Bo has toured with the Blue Apple Players,
worked as box office and production
manager for Music Theater Louisville,
designed sound, lights and props for
numerous productions, toured the Catskill
Mountains with a cabaret troupe and
performed in the Humana Festival at
Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Bo co-founded the Louisville based
Pandora Productions and
directed/produced the early works for the
company. He has written, co-written and
adapted several musicals and plays.
In addition to his
theatrical endeavors,
he also holds two
degrees in
Culinary Arts
and lectured
world cuisine
for 5 years
.
In the fall of 2010
he received the same award again,
                     this time for HCP’s
                     production of
                     "Daddy’s Dyin’,
                     Who’s Got the Will?"
King Herod
Jesus Christ Superstar
Marcellus
The Music Man
Luther Billis
South Pacific
Cribbs
The Drunkard
Mr. Bumble
Oliver!
"HCP is an amazing
organization for both
the individual and
the community. I am
proud to work, and
live, with people who
make art thrive
in Kentucky!"
His work was again honored at the
Kentucky State Theater Festival in 2012 -
this time for the beautifully
moving production of
"The Laramie Project."