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The Wars of Heaven (Pt. 1)
Iarath / Company 
Trouble Puppet
Directed by Connor Hopkins

Travis Bedard’s voicework gives magical life to his characters” – David Glen Robinson

CTX Live Theatre – Michael Meigs
Austin American Statesman
Austin Chronicle
American Theatre Magazine


Changelings
Magus Kemp
Vortex Theatre
Rudy Ramirez

Travis Bedard is Magus Kemp. None dare call him Professor, and Kemp warns us that he being him is like you being you on a quarter-tab of mescaline at all times. Bedard embodies Kemp with the apparent glee of one who has finally found a role he sought for years. Hardy and Bedard create a character of whom the producers of the movie Ghostbusters would be deeply envious.” – David Glen Robinson

And while there really are no weak links in this talented group, standout performances are also given by Ray, McLemore, and Travis Bedard.” – Elissa Russell


The Strange Case of Edward Hyde & Dr. Jekyll  
Jekyll / Company  
Trouble Puppet
Connor Hopkins

Austin American Statesman
CTX Live Theatre


All’s Well That Ends Well
LaFeu
7 Towers Theatre
Christina Dennehy

Travis Bedard as Lafew is an impressive courtier for any court, a gentleman with well-honed Shakespearean skills. ” – David Glen Robinson

Austin Chronicle
Broadway World
BloggingShakespeare


Antony and Cleopatra  
Lepidus / Scarus / Clown  
Poor Shadows of Elysium
Joe Falocco

Austin Fusion Magazine
Austin Chronicle
Broadway World
Blogging Shakespeare
Texas Theatre Journal (PDF)


The Crapstall Street Boys
Praeger / Company
Trouble Puppet
Connor Hopkins

Bedard shows particular glee in voicing the brutally manipulative factory foreman, the only character with extensive, coherent monologues – all of them appalling.” – David Glen Robinson

Travis Bedard provides excellent vocals for the greedy factory foreman” – Cate Blouke

Broadway World
Austin Chronicle
Bob Kinney


Nursery Crimes
Old McDonald / Officer Blue
Last Act Theatre Company
Will Hollis Snider

Travis Bedard is fantastic as both Peep’s slightly effeminate, Colonel Sanders-esque father and as the stern police officer, Guy Blue. – Jeff Davis

CTX Live Theatre


The Head
Company
Trouble Puppet
Connor Hopkins

Austin American Statesman
Austin Culturemap
CTX Live Theatre
Arts and Culture Texas
Jam Magazine


The Pillowman
Katurian
7 Towers Theatre
Christina Dennehy

Travis Bedard gives a completely unexpected performance. While Bedard often plays the more intimidating and primeval of characters (Lucifer in Doctor Faustus, Titus in Titus Andronicus), it’s fun to see him play against his usual type. It’s a treat to see Bedard start the evening as a nervous, neurotic, shriveling mess of a man and slowly progress to a strong, confident hero.” – Jeff Davis

Austin Chronicle
Bob Kinney


Cruel Circus
Company
Trouble Puppet
Connor Hopkins

Broadway World
Texas Lifestyle
Austin Chronicle


Richard II
John of Gaunt / Carlisle
Poor Shadows of Elysium
Christina Dennehy

CTX Live Theatre


Quills
Dr. Royer-Collard
Different Stages
Norman Blumenstaadt

Broadway World
Austin Chronicle


Doctor Faustus
Lucifer / Pope / Carter
Last Act Theatre Company
Kevin Gates

Travis Bedard as the sanctimonious pope is particularly memorable.” – Michael Meigs

Broadway World


Rose Rage
Company
The Hidden Room
Beth Burns

CTX Live Theatre
Austin Chronicle


 

Tis Pity She’s a Whore
Friar / Cardinal / Bergetto
7 Towers Theatre
Christina Dennehy

The rest of those on stage slip in, out and through the remaining characters with shifts of costume, altered stances, changed voices, and above all visible and highly credible changes of presence and motivation. Travis Bedard is almost ridiculously good at this — but then, he has three characters so vastly different from one another that if he wasn’t obliged to keep his abundant beard and shining pate you just might not recognize him from one to another.” – Michael Meigs

Austin Chronicle


 

Titus Andronicus
Titus Andronicus
Last Act Theatre Company
Ben McLemore

Travis Bedard is a stolid, strong Titus, dangerous throughout but never more so than when his enemies think him deluded in his glaucous fury.” – Michael Meigs


 

Story Seekers
Storyteller
Exchange Artists
Rachel Wiese

Stealing the stage, however, is Travis Bedard as the Storyteller. […] Bedard seems tailor-made for the role, playing the mix of menace and fatherlyness with skill, his imposing figure looming over the actors, he resonant voice booming across the field. He lumbers stately across the lawn like a refined beast, popping out at random moments, creating some truly horrifying moments.” – Ryan Johnson

CTX Live Theatre
Austin Chronicle


 

Spirits to Enforce
Untangler 
Capital T Theatre
Gary Jaffe

Travis Bedard as The Untangler is a Max Bialystock of the comic book world… – Michael Meigs
Austin Chronicle
Austin Examiner


 

Orestes
Menelaus
Cambiare Productions
Will Hollis Snider

Playing the Dick Cheney of the piece, Travis Bedard as Menelaus is determined, convincing and without remorse.” – Michael Meigs

The boys also bring the goods, from the driven, no-nonsense king Menelaus, as performed by Cambiare artistic director Travis Bedard, who also doubles as co-producer and scenic director…”  – Ryan Johnson  (PDF)

Austin American Statesman (PDF)
Austinist (PDF)
Austin Chronicle (PDF)


Intermission

Joshua
Gobotrick / Dougherty Arts Center
Will Hollis Snider

Austin Chronicle


 

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