Paul LaNave is an actor based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and a graduate of the University of Minnesota: Duluth (UMD) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre: Acting Emphasis.
Paul has worked with theatre companies across Minnesota, including Renegade Theater Company in Duluth, Pioneer Place Theatre Company in St. Cloud, and Park Square Theatre, Wonderlust Productions, Walking Shadow Theatre Company, Theatre Pro Rata, Public Theater of MN, Workhaus Collective, Market Garden Theatre, Sidecar Theatre, and Paper Crane Theatre in Minneapolis/Saint Paul. In addition, Paul was a principal cast member in the award-winning fourth season of the Minneapolis based web series Theater People, currently available to view on SeekaTV.
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- UPCOMING: Theatre Pro Rata: Isaac's Eye (Feb 2019); Park Square Theatre: Romeo & Juliet (Mar-May 2019)
- Park Square Theatre: Romeo & Juliet (2018); Walking Shadow Theatre Company: The Aliens, Marie Antoinette; Wonderlust Productions: Six Characters in Search of an Author (Park Square Th), Adoption Play Project (Staged Reading); Workhaus Collective: The Reagan Years; Public Theater of Minnesota: Much Ado About Nothing; Stage Of Fools: Last Days of Judas Iscariot; Market Garden Theatre: Three Days of Rain; Sidecar Theatre: This Is Our Youth; Renegade Theater Company: Red, Coronado; Pioneer Place Theatre Company: Proof, Same Time Next Year; Paper Crane Theatre: O.I.N.K.; UMD Theatre: Richard III, Coriolana, Three Sisters, It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, Medea, The Miracle Worker; Stage 2 Theatre: The Laramie Project;
- Rough-Hewn Pictures: Theater People (Season 4), The Fringe (Screenplay development improv workshops & public reading), Currently Untitled Upcoming Project; London Road Films: Just Coffee (Short Film); Minnesota Playlist: The Casting Process, Don't Hide Your Talent! (Advertisement/Short)
- University of Minnesota: Duluth - BFA in Theatre: Acting Emphasis
- Acting: Tom Isbell, William Payne, Ann Bergeron, Austin Jones
- Directing: Lee Gundersheimer
- Speech/Dialects: Kate Ufema
- Stage Combat: Rick Sordelet (two-week workshop)
- Dialects: American Stage Standard, British (RP & Cockney), New York, Irish, American Southern
- Stage Combat: Basic Unarmed Combat, Basic Armed Combat (Foil Fencing, Rapier & Dagger)
- Additional: Juggling (three balls), Fine Arts (sketching, drawing, painting), Working with IPA phonetic symbols, Billiards, Table-tennis