|Jack House (L) and Aaron Bredlau (R) rehearsing.|
Aaron Bredlau is an actor and bedroom musician living in Tacoma. He is very pleased and excited to be working with Working Class Theatre Northwest for the first time in this production of “The Sunset Limited”. This is his first play in Tacoma. In Olympia, Aaron appeared in Prodigal Sun’s “Crazy And A Half” as Dr. Peter Little in "In Other Words" and as Teddy Moore in "They Can't Take That Away From Me." The role of Teddy was the first time that Aaron worked with director Tim Samland. Aaron appeared in the Theatre Artist Olympia’s Improbable Peck Of Plays 3D, playing Spike in "Next Stop: Reckoning" and the Therapist in "Guido In Therapy." He is a recurrent performer Lord Franzannian's Royal Olympian Spectacular Vaudeville Show. Some of his favorite characters were Artist Sylvester Simon, Lacto Man, A Mime, The Cheese, Arnold the Sock Puppet and Farmer Henry to name a few. As young lad Aaron played Francis Flute in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Rick Steadman in "The Nerd" and other comedic roles. “The Sunset Limited” is his first drama and he is very happy to be in this play.
Jack House is new to Working Class Theatre NW, but not the Tacoma acting scene. Previous shows in Tacoma include Dukesbay Theater’s “Java Tacoma Episode 4” and Broadway Center's staged reading of "Radio Golf". He has performed in Tacoma Musical Playhouse's production of "The Color Purple". You may have also caught Jack in Olympia Little Theater's "A Few Good Men" or their staged reading of “Good People”. The Lakewood Playhouse has cast Jack in "A Raisin in the Sun", "Once on This Island", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and “You Can’t Take it With You”. Jack showcased his voice in Gig Harbor in Encore Theater’s musicals “Suessical” and “Oliver”. At the Evergreen Playhouse in Centralia he made people laugh throughout "Proposals" and "45 Seconds From Broadway". Jack has appeared in over 16 productions since 2006.