Sean Ahmed Sharif (James Callender/Anonymous Man/ Chris Vlasto) is thrilled to return to the THEATREWORKS virtual stage! Sharif’s appearances with THEATREWORKS include The Santaland Diaries (Elf/ Snowball), Shakespeare in the Ranch’s Macbeth (Third Murderer/ Scottish Soldier/ Attendant) and Measure for Measure (Barnardine, Second Gentleman, Officer, Servant), and THEATREWORKS’ Mobile Unit production of The Comedy of Errors (Dromio of Ephesus/Syracuse, Egeon, Angelo, Officer). Show involvements in the UCCS Theatre Company include Othello: A Staged Reading (Michael Cassio), Cabaret (Bobby/Bodyguard), Waiting for Godot (Pozzo), ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore (Vasques), The Art of Dining (Cal), and HAIR (Berger).
Sean Sharif: Suleimani, Kurdistan (Iraq)
TW: Home now?
SS: Colorado Springs, Colorado
TW: If you could summarize this story in one sentence - how would you describe it?
SS: Power and controversy are always parallel with another- the more there is of one, there just has to be more of the other.
TW: Name one thing we should be doing to foster the next generation of theatregoers?
SS: Educate. But with purpose.
TW: What is one line from the play that really speaks to you?
SS: It was bowling alley.
TW: What are you listening to or streaming right now?
SS: Lots of The Weeknd (his newest album is literally breaking records), Santana always, Chopin, Jose Feliciano, and Fleetwood of course.
TW: Which talent would you most like to have?
SS: To spin on my head as an intimidating move in my next dance battle.
TW: What do you consider your greatest achievement?
SS: Living in my home land.
TW: What would you be doing if you were not in theatre?
SS: Probably something more in the medical field, especially in the cardiology aspect of it!