Angelini Named Interim Artistic Director Of ReVision Theatre

March 8, 2012

ASBURY PARK – Bob Angelini, who has a long history with ReVision Theatre and other regional theater projects, was named interim artistic director for the 2012 season.

Bob Angelini

“The Board of Directors is excited to have Bob involved with ReVision’s fifth anniversary season. Bob and our good friend Brett Colby stepped in and co-directed our 2011 Holiday show on very short notice and we are happy to have Bob back for the 2012 season,” said Joseph Guidetti board president. Guidetti, Angelini and board secretary Dennis Carroll are founding board members of the professional theater company since it came to Asbury Park five years ago.

Angelini, who most recently co-directed ReVision’s holiday show, A Christmas Survival Guide, will direct the fifth anniversary season. He made his New York acting and directorial debut with a new play, The Fourth State of Matter, which was a semi-finalist at the 2011 Dream Up Festival at the Theater for the New City in the East Village. Angelini has also directed for the Hudson Guild Theatre in New York and locally for Cabaret for Life.

His acting credits include appearances in the hit television series 30 Rock, PanAm, Blue Bloods, and the new HBO documentary, Project Nim, directed by Academy Award winner James Marsh.

He also appeared onstage as Reg in the 2010 Revision Theatre production of The Full Monty and was an integral part in producing ReVision’s first three seasons.

He has directed more than 30 dramatic and musical productions with the West Park Players of Ocean Township.



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