From 2005 onwards, Joseph Alessi has appeared in numerous theatres, including London’s West End Playhouse Theatre and Novello Theatre, and regional theatres such as the...Read More
Joseph Alessi is a stage performer who made his London debut in 1999 as Stephen Kamlish in The Colour of Justice at the Tricycle Theatre, and as Chico Marx in Animal Crackers at the Exchange, Barbican and Lyric Theatres. In 2001 he played Tranio in The Taming of the Shrew at the Royal Exchange, and Christof in Polygraph at Nottingham Playhouse. In 2002 he went on to appear at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Minerva Theatre, and Liverpool Playhouse, and in 2003 featured as Joe in The Play What I Wrote, and as Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.
From 2005 onwards, Alessi has appeared in numerous theatres, including London’s West End Playhouse Theatre and Novello Theatre, and regional theatres such as the West Yorkshire Playhouse, the Liverpool Playhouse, the Birmingham Rep, Salisbury Playhouse, and The Curve in Leicester. Alessi worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2006, appearing as Casca in Sean Holmes’ Julius Caesar, and as Ventidus and Scarus in Greg Doran’s Antony and Cleopatra. In 2009 and 2010, he played Albert/Fred in Brief Encounter, produced by Kneehigh and David Pugh, on a UK and USA Tour. In 2011 he went on a UK tour with Tartuffe, and in 2012 has appeared in Wonderful Town, The Second Mrs Tanqueray, and as Mole in The Wind in the Willows.Read Less
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