David Parkes

David Parkes's work at TimeLine Theatre includes such leading roles as Martin Heidegger/Hannah and Martin (After Dark Award), John Proctor/The Crucible (After Dark Award), Thomas More/A Man for All Seasons, Richard Apple/The Apple Plays, John Honeyman/A Walk in the Woods, Henry II/The Lion in Winter, Moe Axlerod/Awake and Sing, and Warden Whalen/Tennessee Williams’s Not About Nightingales (Chicago premiere, Joseph Jefferson Award citation). Other Chicago productions include Tennessee Williams’s One Arm, directed by Moisés Kaufman (Steppenwolf) and appearances with the American Theatre Company, Apple Tree, Eclipse, Footsteps, Greasy Joan, House, Northlight, Streetsigns, and the Piven Theatre Workshop. Recent television credits include Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, The Beast, The Chicago Code, and Boss. Parkes is a graduate of New York University’s B. F. A. program in conjunction with the Lee Strasberg Institute, and Florida State University’s M.F.A. program with the Asolo Conservatory.

Lyric debut: Sir Edward Ramsay, u/s Captain Orton/ The King and I (2015|16)

Last updated: April 29, 2016