Casey Smith

Originally from Seattle, WA, Casey has been living in Los Angeles for the last 40,000 centuries. As a member of Circle X Theater Co., he appeared in Paul Mullin’s Grendel, Jillian Armenante and Alice Dodd’s Laura Comstock’s Bag Punching Dog, and Tom Jacobson’s Sperm. His critically acclaimed show At Play In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Chet received an LA Weekly Award nomination for Solo Performance. His solo show Violators Will Be Violated, directed by Jennifer Skinner, won the 2009 LA Weekly Award for Solo Performance. Violators… performed in the 2010 Hollywood and New York Fringe Festivals and by special invitation at the 2012 XFest Festival of Experimental Theater in Edwardsville, Illinois. He is currently preparing his latest show, also directed by Jennifer Skinner, At Some Point In The Process Of The End Of The World, for an opening in early 2015. Other work in Los Angeles includes Arlecchino in Marivaux’s The Triumph of Love (A Small Company and Chautauqua Theatre Alliance), Ike in David Davalos’ Darkfall (Sacred Fools), and the Cow in Padraic Duffy’s Feet (Sacred Fools). Before leaving Seattle, Casey created a show called Frog1 with Chuck Harper and Jesse Aasheim, which premiered at Sit‘n’Spin and was part of artsEdge Festival of Experimentation in the Arts. Other work with Aasheim and Harper includes Christopher Durang’s Titanic and Joe Orton’s The Erpingham Camp. Casey is a graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle.