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MICHAEL PATRICK FLECK

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INHERIT THE WIND

It was Michael Fleck, however, in the role of Henry Drummond who stole the show . . . a maginficent actor who caught the flavor of this role perfectly.             

The Theater Maven

ON GOLDEN POND

Together, Fleck and Lebeau are terrific and, in their distinctly understated but effective ways, offer a masters class in acting.

 — Herb Paine, Broadway World

THE OUTGOING TIDE

The engine that makes this production hum is Fleck's charismatic performance as Gunner.

                     Arizona Republic

THE OUTGOING TIDE

Michael Fleck is the wind that fills the story's sail.  At each tack, Fleck masters the mood and temper of his character.

— Herb Paine, Broadway World

Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko

RED at Theatre Artists Studio

The Stage Manager

The Stage Manager

OUR TOWN at Fountain Hills Theater Prizm Award, ariZoni Nomination: Actor in a Major Role

Henry Drummond

Henry Drummond

INHERIT THE WIND at Fountain Hills Theater Prizm Award, ariZoni Nomination: Actor in a Major Role

Ralph Bellini

Ralph Bellini

THE LAST ROMANCE at The Studio with Judy Lebeau

The Man

The Man

Arthur Miller's ELEGY FOR A LADY at The Studio with Debra Rich

Norman Thayer

Norman Thayer

ON GOLDEN POND at The Studio with Judy Lebeau

Jack Mullen

Jack Mullen

THE WEIR at The Studio ariZoni Nomination: Actor in a Major Role

Gunner Concannon

Gunner Concannon

THE OUTGOING TIDE at The Studio ariZoni Award: Scenic Design, Nomination: Actor in a Major Role

Playwright

Playwright

SUN at The Studio

Playwright

Playwright

ROAD WARRIORS at The Studio

Playwright

Playwright

TIDEPOOLS at The Studio

Playwright

Playwright

CASTING PEARLS at The Studio

Playwright

Playwright

ONE NIGHT ONLY at The Studio

"Ancient History"

"Ancient History"

THE STAR-SPANGLED GIRL at Wilson Street East with Ellen Regan

"Ancient History"

"Ancient History"

Verdi's FALSTAFF at The Los Angeles Music Center Conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini, Directed by Ron Eyre

"Ancient History"

"Ancient History"

PRIVATE LIVES at Wilson Street East with Ann Risley

"Ancient History"

"Ancient History"

JULIUS CAESAR at The LA Matrix Directed by Joan Darling with Frederic Forrest, George Gaynes and Cliff De Young

"Ancient History"

"Ancient History"

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT at Wilson Street East with Ann Risley

"Ancient History"

"Ancient History"

Theatrical Headshot circa 1976

ROAD WARRIORS

Michael Fleck's second offering in the festival has an unusually different angle . . . A clever surprise twist will leave you wanting more from Fleck's incisive imagination.

          — Herb Paine, Broadway World

THE WEIR

Michael Fleck relishes the details of the stories he tells and there is a vibrant and buoyant sense of life that he brings to the part of Jack.        

Phoenix Stages

TIDE POOLS

Fleck quite masterfully devises a reverential and lyrical tone poem, a paean to John Steinbeck, Ed Ricketts and the central California coast  . . . 

 

As Steinbeck noted in The Log from the Sea of Cortez, "It is advisable to look from the tide pool to the stars and then back to the tide pool."

 

Fleck follows that counsel. The reflections from TIDE POOLS linger long after Doc and Hazel have left the stage.     

   

— Herb Paine, Broadway World

ONE NIGHT ONLY

In One Night Only by Michael Fleck, it's November 1864, and all three Booth brothers are performing Julius Caesar at the Winter Garden, an arts benefit for New York's Central Park. 

 

John Wilkes Booth rages at the tyranny of Abraham Lincoln and decries the unwillingness of his brother, Edwin, the Prince of Players, to use his celebrity and stature to influence public opinion.

"You could teach, convert, lead . . . convince the loyal people of this country to pull down this ugly tyrant from his throne . . . this new Caesar who breaks our hearts on the altar of his precious Union."

Powerful words, powerhouse acting!”       

— Herb Paine, Broadway World

Michael has been a theatre professional for 52 years, working in stage, film, television and radio.

For more than 40 years, he was a proud member of Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.