Munson Hicks

Munson Hicks is happy to return to Boston, having previously appeared in twenty productions at the Huntington. He has acted in a dozen Broadway productions, most recently in August Osage County. Off-Broadway, Mr. Hicks co-starred in Neil Simon’s London Suite and Ayckbourn’s Communicating Doors. He has been featured at resident theaters around the country, most recently performing in Heroes at Portland Stage. Other credits include Death of a Salesman in Rochester and Arthur Miller’s final play, Resurrection Blues, in Philadelphia. He has performed such roles as Dr. Strauss in Spinning Into Butter at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre, Bernard in Arcadia at The Pittsburgh Public Theater, Trigorin in The Seagull, and Tesman in Hedda Gablerat the Guthrie Theatre, Bri in Joe Egg at the Philadelphia Drama Guild, and Charles in Blithe Spirit at Center Stage in Baltimore. Mr. Hicks’ film and television credits include a recurring role on EdThe Goodbye GirlThe SentinelAgainst the LawLaw and Order and Mildred Pierce. His professional directing experience includes Betty’s Summer Vacation in Pittsburgh, The Early Girl at Circle Repertory Theatre Off-Broadway, as well as both Candide and Candida at the Goodman Theatre among many others. He began his professional career as an original member of The Proposition in Boston and is a past recipient of Boston’s prestigious Otis Skinner award.