Kagen Albright

Kagen Albright (he/him) comes to you from Ketchum, Idaho (not Iowa). Riding the high of people laughing at his jokes in high school, he stumbled his way into acting. However, he is thankful as that has led him down a path of contemplation and deep appreciation for the craft. He hopes to use acting as a means to explore who he is, who he could be, and what it means to live an examined life. Through hometown roots he had the pleasure of working with director Fran Kranz on his first feature film ‘Mass’ for which he was lucky enough to receive the Robert Altman Award for Outstanding Ensemble at the Independent Spirit Awards. When not acting, Kagen enjoys writing, backpacking, and exploring the ever-present connection between art and nature. Favorite roles at Rutgers include King Tartaglia in Little Green Birdie, Dromio of Syracuse in The Komedie of Errors at Shakespeare’s Globe, and Austin in Holy Week.

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