I'm a Colorado boy living in New York City seeking new stories for my next chapter.
Currently working on Macbeth and Richard III with the Commonwealth Shakespeare company in Boston - check out "News" for more info!
Ross Barron was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. His favorite credits include "Macbeth" and "The Seagull" at Princeton University, as well as "[Work in Progress]", a full-length play he wrote and directed as an undergraduate. He has studied acting at Stella Adler Studios (NY), Lucid Body House (NY), and at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.
Ross holds a degree from Princeton University in English and a minor in Drama. There, he appeared in 19 plays and wrote/produced 2 himself. He also sang with Shere Khan a cappella and went on two east-coast tours with the Princeton Triangle Club.
At Princeton he received the Tim Vasen Award for dedication, passion, risk taking and exceptional accomplishment as an undergraduate, as well as the Alan Downer Prize for an exceptional senior thesis in Drama.
Sticks and Stones Author/Lead Neymarc Visuals
Interrogation Lead Columbia MFA
Awakening Supporting NYFA
Real Adult Supporting Indy Web-Series
Macbeth Ross CommShakes
Richard III TBD CommShakes
O.C.D.(New Play) Lead NYC WinterFest
Pygmalion Pickering Pton Summer Thr
Metamorphoses Ensemble Pton Summer Thr
UNDERGRADUATE THEATER - Princeton University
Macbeth Macbeth Dir. Cat Andre
The Seagull Trigórin Dir. Mark Nelson
Charles F. Chan Charlie Chan Dir. Peter Kim
Once Billy Dir. G Phillips
Spring Awakening Adult Males Dir. J Hammer
Pavlo Hummel Kress Dir. Tim Vasen
Disco Pigs Pig Dir. M Young
Triangle Club Ensemble Dir. G Pannell
Stella Adler Studios - Jimmy Tripp, Andrew Wade, Joan Evans, Elizabeth Mozer, Bill Bowers, Katie Willis
Lucid Body House - Fay Simpson, Katie Willis
Guildhall School - Patsy Rodenburg, Wyn Jones, Annemette Verspeak
Princeton - Tim Vasen, John Doyle, John Rando, Jane Cox, R.N. Sandberg, Anne Washburn, Tracy Bersley, Laurie Woolery, Susan Marshall, Mark Nelson, Peter Kim
Co-Founder, Watts Street Films