Charles E. Gerber

CHARLES E. GERBER is a 46 year veteran of BROADWAY: "HAMLET" (Osric), “OH! CALCUTTA!”.

OFF-B'WAY: "THE BALCONY" at Hudson Guild; “FELLOW TRAVELERS” at Manhattan Punchline Festival; "THE JAZZ SINGER” at Metropolitan Playhouse.
NATIONAL TOURS: "TORCH SONG TRILOGY" (starring as Arnold), " DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST" (Co-Starring as Maurice).

OFF-OFF-B'WAY - NY INDIE THEATER: (too numerous to mention here).

FILM: "VOTE AND DIE" (dual role); "FEVER”; Oscar nominated "THE DUTCH MASTER”; "RAIN WITHOUT THUNDER”; "THE BIRTHDAY FISH" (Leading role and featured at Sundance Festival).
TELEVISION: "BLUE BLOODS", "ROYAL PAINS", "THIRD WATCH”, "LAW AND ORDER”; "HOTHOUSE”; and the Emmy Award winning Children's show on CBS in Chicago,"THE MAGIC DOOR" on which Gerber starred, wrote scripts, songs, and was musical director for seven years.
RADIO: Guest on Joe Franklin, Gil Gross, Norman Mark and WBAI.
WEBISODES: BN4 REAL (starring role).
Besides Osric on Broadway, Gerber's Shakespearean portrayals in New York have included the roles of Richard II at Ensemble Studio Theater, Iago, Malvolio, Brutus, Trinculo, Dogberry, Prospero, Bottom (twice), and Shylock, mostly directed by his late wife, Carol Bennett Gerber, with whom he helped found THE WORKSHOP THEATER in midtown Manhattan. Charles created and directs an annual festival at  that venue every week of April 23rd called the WILL-A-THON that has been going strong since 2004 and has garnered considerable critical acclaim. His production of “MACBETH” on the Main Stage in 2007 there was a sold-out event that Backstage praised as "an immensely effective show....virtually revels in its trust of the Bard!". In 2014 his collaborator, Sandy Moore, received the New York Innovative Theater Award for Best Solo Performance for Langston Hughes’ “THE SIMPLE STORIES", with whom Charles co-adapted the stories and directed the production.
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