Chris Dall'au

Chris Dall'au is proud to be making his off-Broadway debut in "Pluck the Day". A Miami native, Dall'au graduated from Syracuse University's BFA Acting program. While at Syracuse, Dall'au directed and performed in over 25 productions. During his senior year, Dall'au performed in an international tour of Shakespeare's "King Lear" in Beijing, China. Later that year, Dall'au adapted Wallace Shawn's "The Fever", turning the one-man narrative into a full-scale thirteen-character ensemble piece. This production, which Dall'au also directed, won Dall'au the prestigious Joseph Abady Award for "Excellence in Directing" along with a grant from Syracuse University. South Florida credits include a staged reading of Tony Kushner's "A Bright Room Called Day" (Gables Stage), "If We Are Women" (Lighting Design/Women's Theatre Project), "City Theatre's Summer Shorts" (Ensemble Company member [2 seasons]). Other New York City credits include "Haunted" and a staged reading of the new play "Simpatico", which he also directed (both at Manhattan Theatre Club's Creative Center) and a staged reading of "mountain Dew and…" (Theatre Row). Between acting jobs, Dall'au also attends classes part-time in NYU's Pre-med Program