AEA | SAG | AFTRA
Height: 5’9
Weight: 170
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Brown

STAGE

PLAYROLETHEATERDIRECTOR
Native GardensFrankCincinnati PlayhouseBlake Robison
Our WarBooth / Barton / ArnoldArena StageAnita Maynard-Losh
The Music ManMayor ShinArena StageMolly Smith
A Christmas CarolBob CratchitFord's TheatreMichael Baron
Our TownWillard / StoddardFord's TheatreStephen Rayne
Le DeserteurMontaucielOpera Lafayette: Kennedy Center / Lincoln Center
Defiant RequiemRafael SchachterPrague Spring Int'l Music Festival
Midsummer Night's DreamEgeusShakespeare Theatre (China Tour)Ethan McSweeny
Measure for Measure Friar Peter Shakespeare TheatreJonathan Munby
TamburlaineGov. of Babylon Shakespeare TheatreMichael Kahn
Edward IIBishop of CoventryShakespeare TheatreGale Edwards
The Winter's TaleLeontes u/s, 1st LordShakespeare TheatreMichael Kahn
Don CarlosDon Ramon Shakespeare TheatreMichael Kahn
Richard IIRoss / FitzwaterShakespeare TheatreGerald Freedman

From PragueSamuelCATFEd Herendeen
Yankee Tavern PalmerCATFLiesl Tommy
Farragut North FrankCATFEd Herendeen
Othello IagoThe Globe of the Great SW Patrick Torres

The School for Scandal Crabtree/Moses Folger Theatre Richard Clifford

Midsummer Night's... Oberon/Theseus Folger Theatre Joe Banno
Elizabeth the Queen Francis Bacon Folger Theatre Richard Clifford
MacBeth MacDuff Folger Theatre Joe Banno
Romeo and Juliet Montague Folger Theatre PJ Paparelli
Cuckoo's Nest Dale Roundhouse Theatre Jerry Whiddon
A Prayer for Owen Meany Pastor Merrill Roundhouse Theatre Blake Robison
MidwivesHastings Roundhouse Theatre Mark Ramont
Diary of Anne Frank Kraler Roundhouse Theatre Rebecca Taichman
Wintertime Frank Roundhouse Theatre Lou Jacob
Heartbreak House Randall Roundhouse Theatre Nick Olcott
Our Town Mr. Webb Roundhouse Theatre Jerry Whiddon
Shakespeare, Moses & Joe Papp Roundhouse Theatre Lou Jacob
One Shoe Off Tate Roundhouse Theatre Nick Olcott
Brother Russia Brother Russia Signature Theatre Eric Shaeffer
ArtSergeSignature Theatre Mathew Gardiner
Lt. of Inishmore DonnySignature Theatre Jeremy Skidmore
Crave"A" Signature Theatre Jeremy Skidmore
Available Light Eric/Postel Signature Theatre Heather MacDonald
Angels in America (I&II) Louis Signature Theatre L.M. Gardner
Melville Slept Here Captain Harcourt Signature Theatre Tom Prewitt
Shooting in Madrid* John Dos Passos Signature Theatre Tom Prewitt
HeavenRabbi David Woolly Mammoth Theatre Howard Shalwitz
Psychic Life of Savages Ted Woolly Mammoth Theatre Howard Shalwitz
Life Sucks Professor Theatre J Aaron Posner
G-d’s Honest Truth Larry Theatre J Jenny McConnell Frederick
Either, Or Papal Nuncio Theatre J Daniel DeRaey
Hannah and Martin Martin Heidegger Theatre J Jeremy Cohen
The Disputation James of Aragon Theatre J Nick Olcott w/ Theodore Bikel
Death and the Maiden GerardoTheatre J John Vreeke
Hedda Gabler Judge Brack Everyman Theatre Vincent Lancisi
Importance... Ernest Algernon Everyman Theatre Vincent Lancisi
The Seagull Trigorin Maryland Stago Co. Xerxes Mehta
Sins of Sor Juana* Sylvio Theatre of the 1st Amendment Tom Prewitt
The Living John Gaunt Theatre of the 1st Amendment R. Davis
Halcyon Days Senator Bowman Theatre of the 1st Amendment Steven Dietz
Long Day's Journey Jamie u/s Arena StageDoug Wager
GhettoKruk Catholic University Guest Artist Joshua Sobel
Holiday Memories Uncle B/Ha Ha Olney Theatre Jim Petosa
The Tavern Zack Olney Theatre Bill Graham Jr.
Dog Plays Buck/Fido Potomac Theatre Project Jim Petosa
Common Pursuit Peter Wentworth Studio ThetreRob Barron
The Medium Toby Augusta Opera (GA) Ellen Schlaefer
Let X MaxTaffety Punk Theatre Lise Bruneau

(*First Production)

FILM & TELEVISION

FILM / TVROLEPRODUCERDIRECTOR
Beautiful SomethingRobertJoseph Graham
LincolnGustavus Fox Steven Spielberg
The DuelAaron Burr Richard Dreyfuss Associates
Day Lincoln Was ShotAtt. Gen Speed TNTJohn Grey
The Arc AlecBaltimore Film FactoryRob Tregenza
Unsolved Mysteries John Wilkes BoothCosgrove-Muerer Productions

VOICEOVER

VOICEOVERROLEWORK
National Symphony Beethoven Beethoven’s "Fifth Symphony"
National SymphonyDvorakDvorak’s “From the New World.”
Books on TapeNarrator - 8 yrs
Blackstone Audio Books Narrator - 20 yrs
Library of Congress Narrator - 21 yrsTalking Books Program
Galludet University Narrator - 6 yrsDeaf Mosaic TV news program
National Public Radio NarratorPerformance Today
Nightline NarratorABC News "War Letters"
Alexandria Symphony NarratorProkofiev's 'Romeo and Juliet'
Alexandria Symphony NarratorNarratorVerdi's 'Aida' & 'Peter and the Wolf'

TRAINING: BFA – Catholic University of America

In BEAUTIFUL SOMETHING director Joseph Graham has created a retro-timeless vision of gay life that critics have called, “carnal and cerebral…a compassionate, romantic drama” (Village Voice), “erotically charged” (Hollywood Reporter) and “feverish…romantic hunting ground” (NY Times).

John Lescault – Commercial VO Demo

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John Lescault has been a narrator of unabridged audio books for over 25 years and has recorded more than 300 titles, spanning works of fiction and non-fiction. He has narrated for: The Library of Congress Talking Books Program, Books on Tape (Audio File’s Earphone Award for Thomas Wolfe’s “From Death to Morning”), Blackstone Audio, Audio Scholar, and Commuter’s Library.

He has also provided narration for NPR’s Performance Today program, Nightline, and Deaf Mosaic. In addition, John has narrated a number of orchestral events.

Most recently, Defiant Requiem which was included in the Prague Spring International Music Festival and performed at the Terezin Concentration Camp. He has appeared with the National Symphony Orchestra as Beethoven and Dvorak at the Kennedy Center.

301.518.0200
jslescault@gmail.com

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