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Bio from A View From The Bridge
Michael Serratore (Louis) was last seen in the LAByrinth Theatre Company's Barn Series in New York, in a program of new Israel Horovitz shorts, featuring Jeremy Sisto. He last performed on the South Florida stage in the world premiere of Nilo Cruz's The Color of Desire at the Actor's Playhouse. He appeared alongside the author in the Gloucester Stage Company's world premiere of Israel Horovitz's Fast Hands, later reprising his role at the Actor's Studio in New York. Past regional credits include: Sideman (Lewiston, ME); Italian American Reconciliation (Westport, CT); The Price (Gloucester, MA); and The Odd Couple (co-production between Avi Hoffman's New Vista Theatre Company and Philadelphia's Walnut Street Theatre), among others. In NYC, Anne Washburne's The Surgery Patients, directed by Damon Kiely (Ontological Theatre); Hughie (for Taiwanese director, Shui Ping, supervised by Anne Bogart); Gary Garrison's We Make a Wall (Expanded Arts Theatre); Russian Courage (Immigrant Theatre Project); Golden Boy (Power Theatre), among others. He has been seen on "The Sopranos;' and in the Safe Horizon's/FDNY Domestic Violence Training Awareness Film, What Seems To Be The Problem? He is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and long time member of their Dramatic Writing Program's First Look Theatre Company.