The many faces of Mark Anderson Phillips

Longtime audience favorite Mark Anderson Phillips has enjoyed a long and varied career on the TheatreWorks Silicon Valley stage, appearing in everything from farcical comedies to contemporary dramas to classic period pieces. One of the most recognizable faces in Bay Area theatre, Phillips returns as a conflicted son desperately trying to reason with his aging mother in Eric Coble’s The Velocity of Autumn. As we approach Opening Night, let’s take a look back at just a few of his many memorable roles here at TheatreWorks:

As You Like It

Phillips as Silvius with Juliette Morgan as Phebe in 1995’s As You Like It. Photo by Wilson P. Graham.

 

Under MilkWood

Phillips as Nogood Boyo with Tanya Shaffer as Lily Smalls in 1996’s Under MilkWood. Photo by David Allen

Cripple

Phillips as Babbybobby with Travis Engle as the Cripple in 2000’s The Cripple of Inishmaan. Photo by David Allen

 

Grapes of Wrath

Phillips as Tom Joad with Linda Hoy as Ma Joad in 2000’s The Grapes of Wrath. Photo by David Allen

 

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2007’s Theophilus North. Photo by David Allen

 

OpusMK

With Richard Frederick in 2010’s Opus. Photo by Mark Kitaoka

 

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With Rebecca Dines in 2011’s The 39 Steps. Photo by Tracy Martin

 

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2011’s Snow Falling on Cedars. Photo by Mark Kitaoka

 

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With Rebecca Dines in 2012’s Time Stands Still. Photo by Tracy Martin

 

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With Cassidy Brown in 2015’s Fallen Angels. Photo by Kevin Berne- http://www.kevinberne.com

Finally, Phillips will return this year in The Velocity of Autumn:

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With Susan Greenhill. Photo by Kevin Berne- http://www.kevinberne.com

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