National Theatre of Scotland's

Black Watch

October 10 - 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


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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