- Teaches students:
- Ages 8+
- Teaching since:
- June 2005
In my years as a professional actor, playwright, filmmaker, and producer, I have extensive experience developing new work and young artists. I began my professional acting career at 8 years old, and since then have performed all over the world, from Shakespeare's Globe in London to Fort Worth, Texas, in world premieres and classics. I was nominated for Best Featured Actor and produced a play that won best New Short Script at the New York IT Awards; received a 2013 Dallas/Fort Worth Critics Forum Award for Best Actor; had plays developed at Kitchen Dog Theatre, Metropolitan Playhouse, and the Aviary, as well as semi-finalists at the Eugene O'Neill New Play Conference and Primary Stages's ESPA Drills New Play series. I have taught with the World Shakespeare Conference, Passion in Practice (in London and New York), Dallas Children's Theatre, Atlantic Theater Acting School, among others, and coached actors who have been admitted into institutions including Julliard and NYU Tisch. My experience allows me experience, passion, and a keen eye for finding what will make you stand out in a way in your own unique way. We will unlock free, organic, and delightfully spontaneous work while giving you the skills to keep your preparation extensive and rigorous.+ Read More
Played the title role in Henry V for the Cape Fear Regional Theatre, as well as led educational workshops across the area.
Played Count Orsino in the Globe's "Playing Shakespeare" production of Twelfth Night, directed by Bill Buckhurst
Played Pistoll in the first Original Pronunciation production of Henry V since Shakespeare's time.
Taught a two-week 9:30-5:30 intensive to advanced middle school acting students, rehearsing an adaptation of "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)."
Played Berowne and Edmund in repertory productions of Love's Labours Lost and King Lear, directed by Joel Ferrell and T.J. Walsh respectively, for Trinity Shakespeare Festival
Solo show for the Stage Left festival in NYC
Directed Steven Young's "The Oracle" for Between Us Productions' Take Ten Festival. Production was nominated for Best Director, Best Play, Best Actor for both performers with Nathaniel Kent winning Best Actor of the festival for his portrayal of Orson Welles.+ Read More
Played John Wilkes Booth in multiple iterations of Steven Walters' BOOTH - from early staged readings, to the fully staged world premiere in May/June 2014, to further workshops of a new version in April 2015).
Reprised my roles in Neal Freeman's mash up of Richard III with Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens for the Frigid Festival in NYC.
Played Proteus in Two Gentlemen of Verona and Prince Hal in Henry IV part 1 and Henry IV part 2; all three plays presented without cuts at the AT&T Performing Arts Center as a part of Shakespeare Dallas' 5 year Complete Works project.
Actors' Equity Association, founded in 1913, is the labor union that represents more than 49,000 Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society.+ Read More
Montgomery is a caring teacher who brings a wealth of experience to his theater classes. Students respond to his energy and innovative teaching techniques. He reaches students at multiple learning and experience levels. Montgomery is a superb teacher and actor.+ Read More
Montgomery is an excellent coach. He cuts through all the BS and helps you get to the reality of the scene. On camera and on stage.