Miles Duffield


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My Barking Dog by Eric Coble at Urbanite


Great news!  I am proud to announce that I am going to be playing Toby in the regional premier of the lovely and strange two hander, My Barking Dog by Eric Coble at Urbanite Theatre in Sarasota Florida!

The production will be directed by my old friend, and fellow UNCSA alumni, Daniel Kelly!

I can’t wait to get down-country to sink my teeth into this magical realist-eco-terrorist-comedy!


For The Love Of Comrades Closes

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From left to right, Stephen McFarland (Gene) Miles Duffield (Sean) and Adam Obsess-Rubin (Jim)

After a wonderful four week run, For the Love of Comrades at the New Conservatory Theatre Center has finally closed, and I am back in New York!  I miss my lovely cast, and the show itself immensely.  Check out some cool things that got said about me and the production in reviews!


From left to right, Stephen McFarland (Gene) Miles Duffield (Sean) and Shane Fahy (David)

Miles Duffield anchors the play.  -Bay Area Reporter

A compelling performance with a spot-on Irish accent.  -Talking’ Broadway Richard Connema

Miles Duffield brings an intensity to Sean…His Sean is both mystery never quite solved and a heart that is totally transparent in its caring.  -Theatre Eddy


For The Love of Comrades: Previews Start September 4th!

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It’s coming up!  The American Premier of For The Love Of Comrades by Micheál Kerrigan goes into Previews September 4th!

The play has developed nicely.  Director Jeffrey Hoffman has guided our cast of misfits elegantly, and the show is a beautiful and highly intelligent portrait of a catalytic period of both LGBT and Labor history from the eyes of the people who lived through it.

Visit the NCTC Website for tickets!  See you there!

BOOKED: For The Love of Comrades, at NCTC in San Francisco!

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I am pleased to announce that I am going to be starring in the American Premier of the Irish play, For The Love Of Comrades at NCTC in San Francisco.

“This acclaimed new play from Ireland uncovers the largely unknown but fascinating alliance between Welsh miners and the lesbian and gay community in Thatcher-era Britain. Beneath the heel of oppression, the two groups discover that standing together makes for the strongest union of all.”

Buy tickets here for the show which opens September 4th and runs through October 11th!

Sunset by Gary Jaffe Accepted Into Fresh Fruit Festival!


Great News!  The ten minute play Sunset by Gary Jaffe, directed by Noelle Franco, and featuring Ryan Trout (The Attic Theatre Company’s Strictly Dishonorable) and myself, is going to be in the Fresh Fruit Festival’s 10-Minute Eggs special event on Friday July 24th at 6:30 PM.  The show will be at The Wild Project at 195 E. 3rd St. between Ave A & B.  Buy tickets now here and come see a truly great short play!

The Tempest Directed by Wiley Basho Gorn

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Photos also feature Jacob Auslander as Caliban, and Dave Thomas Brown. (Heathers at New World Stage)  Photo Credit Andrew Jerrigan.


Winter’s Tale Wrap and Review

The Winter’s Tale just closed and we got a lovely review from The Winston Salem Journal.  Check it out Here.

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Winston Salem Journal Winter’s Tale Preview

Check out this awesome writeup that Lynn Felder did for The Winter’s Tale directed by Gus Kaikkonen at UNCSA.  I am lucky enough to be playing Leontes in this beautiful production, opposite of Madeline Meigs’ Hermione.  The Show opens Wednesday Feb 26 and closes Sunday March 2nd with Matinees on Saturday and Sunday.

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