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National Theatre of Scotland's

Black Watch

October 10

October 21, 2012

at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway.

A World's Stage Production
from Scotland
by Gregory Burke
directed by John Tiffany

Robert Jack

Writer/Sergeant

Robert Jack trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow. He previously appeared with the National Theatre of Scotland in Elgin Macbeth and Home: Caithness. Other theater credits include: Death of a Salesman, Tam O’Shanter (Perth); A Brief History of Time, Interiors (Vanishing Point); Stones in His Pockets, Mister Merlin: A Pure Magic Panto, Mish Gorecki Goes Missing (Tron); Slick, Interference (Vox Motus/Tron); Serov’s People, The End of Hope The End of Desire, Heaven, The Seagull, What the Animals Say, Videotape (Òran Mór); Walden (Magnetic North); Jason and the Argonauts (Visible Fictions); The Algebra of Freedom, Boiling a Frog (7:84); The Merchant of Venice (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh); Don Quixote, Ubu (Theatre Modo); Jack and the Beanstalk (Team Entertainments); My Boy Jack (national tour); The Second Spaceship (Peter Quince); and Chariot of Light (The Working Party). Television credits include Gary: Tank Commander and Whiteout. Recent radio credits include: Black Watch: 3 Scots, A War in Their Own Words; The Call of the Wild; Rough Magik; Trouble and Shame; The Three Threads; Meryl the Mounted; In a Land Far Away; The Watergaw; The Stranger at the Palazzo d’Oro and Uncle Varick for BBC Radio.

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