North Shore Actor Albert Cremin‘s
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Albert Cremin is an actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, director, producer, teacher, coach, and designer. He is currently featured in a short film at www.phillistinerecords.com. As an acting company member of Plays for Living in NY, Albert played many roles in their list of touring productions; stage managed, directed, and was production manager for numerous plays on tour.
He made his equity debut in PA playing Felix in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple. His one-man show, Introducing Mr. Charles Dickens, had a successful run at The Lark Studio Theatre, Manhattan, and received a rave review from Motif Magazine for recent performances of the show at The Olde Mystick Village in Connecticut. Albert has also been a regular guest performer at “Sundays at 7”, The Irish Arts Center, NYC. In NY he was a featured performer aside Brian Stokes Mitchell in a benefit performance at The Schimmel Center for the Performing Arts, and acted in Brooklyn with a number of young theatre companies including The Sackett Group and Rising Phoenix Rep..
A veteran actor from Boston, he received his B.A. and M.A. in Theater Education from Emerson College, where he was recipient of The Carol Burnett Award for the Performing Arts. In the New England premiere of Terrence McNally’s LOVE! VALOUR! COMPASSION! for Speakeasy Stage, he played the dual role of John/James, portrayed Mendy in another McNally play, THE LISBON TRAVIATA, for Triangle Theatre Co., Boston and Franz Woyzeck in Bruckner’s unfinished work, WOYZECK as part of his graduate acting thesis. In musical genres, he portrayed William Gilbert in MR. GILBERT & MR. SULLIVAN, a musical revue which he performed in Connecticut and The Berkshires. He performed at the Charles Playhouse in Boston in DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ENTIRE WORLD AS SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF COLE PORTER and at The Next Move Theatre, Boston, in STARTING HERE STARTING NOW. In N.E.clubs and on all major N.E. television stations he sang and danced in the cabaret act CREMIN & CARLSON.
For years, Mr. Cremin made his living in Boston as actor, singer, dancer, director, choreographer, producer, and teacher. He chaired the theatre department at a state college and was guest artist at many educational institutions. During this time, he had the pleasure of working with many talented young people including Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who he coached and directed. For his work with young actors Albert Cremin has received numerous awards from a variety of public and private school departments, city, state, and federal educational programs, town councils, and The Massachusetts State Senate. In addition to coaching privately, Mr. Cremin has taught numerous classes in Improvisation Technique at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.
Motif Theatre Award for Best Play 2008