We Don't Know What This Is Yet: From Pandemic to Provocative Theatre

Company Artist Todd Hunter is a Seacoast based director, writer, producer, actor and filmmaker. He has worked with multiple production companies and houses, and served as a longtime Board member at The Players’ Ring Theatre, specifically as the Artistic Committee Chair. From the beginning of his career, Todd’s artistic focus has centered on the pursuit of empathy for flawed characters. His unique, and at times provocative, style has challenged audiences for over twenty years. His body of work has urged critical thinking, discussion, and the opportunity to broaden perspectives, including his own, through theatre, film, and original writing. Stage directing credits include Terry Johnson’s The Graduate, Keith Huff's A Steady Rain, William Mastrosimone’s Extremities, David Ives’ Venus In Fur, David Rabe’s Hurlyburly, Annie Baker’s The Flick, Tracy Letts’ Killer Joe, and Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar. Filmmaking credits include The Detective and his self-penned Summer Blink. Acting credits have included Orson Welles in Austin Pendleton’s Orson’s Shadow, Juror #10 in Reginald Rose’ Twelve Angry Men and Larry in Patrick Marber’s Closer. At NHTP, Todd has appeared in Twelfth Night, School for Wives, Amadeus and It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show. Todd is pleased to be a Company Artist at New Hampshire Theatre Project, an organization that promotes challenging creativity, as well as the tools to make that creativity come to life. NHTP’s dedication to the artistic process, education, empathy, and attempting to understand the world we live in is a valued all-too-rare resource for the artistic community. Todd is actively working on projects, including an original self-penned film titled Black Sands.

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