Patrick New


Patrick New is delighted to be returning to Peninsula Players where his credits include Proof, The Uneasy Chair, Red Herring, Tom, Dick, and Harry and Escanaba in Da Moonlight.  Most recently Mr. New performed in the National Tour of Roundabout Theatre’s Twelve Angry Men, before spending a year off the stage as a Field Organizer for the Obama campaign.  Regional credits include work at Seattle Rep. and  A.C.T. (Time of Your Life), Indiana Rep. (Pride and Prejudice), the Singapore Arts Festival (Hellcab) and the Illinois Shakespeare Festival (Hamlet, All’s Well That Ends Well, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead).  Chicago credits include work at the Goodman, Steppenwolf, Lookingglass, Famous Door, and Writer’s Theatre, among others.  Film credits:  “Flags of our Fathers,”  “Ali” and “Tenfold” and Television credits: “Private Practice,” “Cupid” and “Workplace.”

2009 Roles:  Phelim O’Shaughnessy in Is He Dead?; Multiple roles in Around the World in 80 Days

2005 Roles:  John Darlington in The Uneasy Chair; Fank Appel in Red Herring; Harry Kerwood in Tom, Dick and Harry; Remnar Soady in Escanaba in Da Moonlight