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Mysterious Circumstances Cast

  • Hugo Armstrong

    Hugo Armstrong as The American and others

    Hugo Armstrong has been a part of productions at Mark Taper Forum, Sacred Fools Theatre Company, Theatre of Note, The Kennedy Center, Ahmanson Theatre, LA Theatre Works, South Coast Rep, Kirk Douglas Theatre, RedCat, Walt Disney Concert Hall and here at the Geffen Playhouse. Recent television work includes Room 104, For The People, Into The Dark, Fear The Walking Dead and the upcoming Netflix series Messiah. Movie productions include Lucky with Harry Dean Stanton; Jim Byrkit’s Coherance; Roman J. Israel, Esq. with Denzel Washington; Daniel Martinico’s OK, Good; as well as the upcoming Horse Latitudes; Cuck; Dark Cloud; Grace and WE LOVE YOU DRAGO!, starring the indomitable Drago Sumonja. Hugo is a CalArts grad.


  • John Bobek

    John Bobek as Chester and others

    Mysterious Circumstances is his Geffen Playhouse debut. With Antaeus Theatre Company: Diana of Dobson’s, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Three Days In The Country, As You Like It, The Hothouse. L.A. theater: Skullduggery: The Musical Prequel to Hamlet, DISASTEROID! (Sacred Fools Theater Company); Stupid F**king Bird (Theatre @ Boston Court, U/S); Mental: The Musical (Edgemar Center for the Arts). Television: A Series of Unfortunate Events, American Crime, Longmire, Battle Creek, The West Wing, Rizzoli & Isles, Criminal Minds, How I Met Your Mother, Happy Endings, Castle. Film: When a Stranger Calls, Stomping Ground, Freshwater, Recoil. His original music is available under John Bobek on iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Spotify, BandCamp. B.A. Theatre Arts, Marquette University. Proud member of The Antaeus Company, Sacred Fools and The Collaborative. Represented by The Glick Agency. Managed by Perry Zimel. johnbobek.com or imdb.me/johnbobek


  • Austin Durant

    Austin Durant as Conan Doyle and others

    Broadway: Macbeth; War Horse; You Can’t Take It With You. Public Theater: Much Ado About Nothing; A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Classic Stage Company: Nathan The Wise. LCT3: War. Yale Repertory Theatre: Assassins; Hamlet; Death of a Salesman; Passion Play; American Night. The Old Globe: Anna Christie; Comedy of Errors. Intiman Theatre: A Doctor In Spite of Himself. The Prototype Festival 2019: The Infinite Hotel. Berkshire Theatre Group: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; The Illusion; Oklahoma! Television: Search Party, Succession, The Good Fight, Elementary, Nurse Jackie, Person of Interest. B.A. Temple University. M.F.A. Yale School of Drama.


  • Leo Marks

    Leo Marks as Smith and others

    Leo Marks recently appeared as Shylock in Sarah Mantell’s Everything That Never Happened at the Theater @ Boston Court, directed by Jessica Kubzansky. Other world premieres include Bill Cain’s How to Write a New Book for the Bible (Berkeley Rep and Seattle Rep), Charles Mee’s A Perfect Wedding (Kirk Douglas Theatre), Julia Cho’s The Language Archive (South Coast Repertory), Noah Haidle’s Smokefall (South Coast Repertory) and John Strand’s Lincolnesque (Old Globe). Other credits include Cymbeline (Shakespeare Theatre Company), The Royale (Cleveland Play House), Love and Information, (A.C.T.’s The Strand), Jack Burden in All the King’s Men (Intiman Theater), Dead End (Ahmanson Theatre) and productions at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Playwrights Horizons, Pasadena Playhouse and Alley Theater. He’s a member of LA’s Antaeus Theater Company and a founding member of NYC’s Elevator Repair Service. Obie Award, Heather Woodbury’s Tale of 2Cities. LA Ovation and Stage Raw nominations, The Hothouse. Television/film credits include The Last Tycoon and the lead in the indie feature film The Maestro.


  • Ramiz Monsef

    Ramiz Monsef as Watson and others

    Ramiz is honored to be returning to the Geffen Playhouse where he previously appeared in Guards at the Taj, which won the Ovation Award for Best Production. Locally, he has also appeared in Archduke (Mark Taper Forum) and Vicuña (Kirk Douglas Theatre). He co-wrote the hit musical The Unfortunates, which ran at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and at A.C.T. in San Francisco. He also co-wrote The Many Deaths of Nathan Stubblefield, which was a part of the 2015 Humana Festival. In New York, he has appeared at Second Stage Theatre (Eurydice), The Culture Project (Betrayed) and New York Theatre Workshop (Alan Ball’s All That I Will Ever Be). He also appeared in regional theaters throughout the country including Yale Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, A.C.T., Seattle Repertory, Kansas City Repertory Theatre and Lookingglass Theatre Company, and was a company member of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival for seven seasons. He is appearing in the upcoming film Synchronic, as well as the shows NCIS, Law & Order, SEAL Team, SWAT, Training Day and Modern Family.


  • Helen Sadler

    Helen Sadler as Touie and others

    Helen Sadler recently appeared in Photograph 51 at South Coast Repertory, playing “Dr. Rosalind Franklin.” Other credits include One Man, Two Guv’nors, a co-production with Berkeley Rep, and The Whale (South Coast Repertory); The Night Alive and Tribes (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); Blood Wedding (Lookingglass Theatre Company); Daniel Deronda (L.A. Theatre Works); Cymbeline (A Noise Within); Sense and Sensibility (Actors Theatre of Louisville and Northlight Theatre); The Maids (Writers Theatre); Blasted (A Red Orchid Theatre); Buried Child and A Taste of Honey (Shattered Globe Theatre); War (Chicago Irish Theatre). Television/film: “Sonnie” in Love, Death and Robots: Sonnie’s Edge (Netflix); Criminal Minds; NCIS; Revenge; True Blood; Thrill Ride; Too Late; Contagion. Voice: “Jyn Erso” in Star Wars: Forces of Destiny (LucasFilm) and “Rey” in Lego Star Wars: Rey Strikes Back (Disney XD), and multiple video games.


  • Alan Tudyk

    Alan Tudyk as Richard Lancelyn Green/Sherlock Holmes

    Alan Tudyk could be seen on Broadway in Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Prelude to a Kiss; Spamalot playing Lancelot with the original cast, minus the actor who previously played Lancelot; and Epic Proportions with Kristin Chenoweth. Off-Broadway credits include: David Lindsay-Abaire’s Wonder of the World, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Misalliance and Bunny Bunny. Alan’s film credits include K-2SO in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Death at a Funeral, 3:10 to Yuma, Knocked Up, A Knight’s Tale and DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story. Alan won an Annie Award for Voice Acting in a Feature Production for his work as King Candy in Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph, and has voiced roles in Frozen, Big Hero 6, Zootopia, Moana and Ralph Breaks the Internet. Television: Firefly, Suburgatory, Powerless and Con Man, for which he earned an Emmy nomination. In death, Alan will be survived by his beautiful, loving wife Charissa and two of his three dogs.