I’m Neil Brookshire. I’m an actor, writer, and visual artist.
Born in Wyoming, I went to middle and high school in New Mexico. I earned a BA from Boise State University and an MFA in Acting from Northern Illinois University. As an actor my regional theater credits include Great Lakes Theater, Boise Contemporary Theater, Idaho Dance Theatre, Opera Idaho, Seattle Novyi Theatre, People’s Light, Cadence Theatre Co, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Door Shakespeare, Renaissance Theaterworks, Peninsula Players, Tennessee Shakespeare Co., and ten seasons with the Idaho Shakespeare Festival.
And here is some of my other work:
BENT COMPASS is a solo play written by Neil Brookshire and Colin Sesek. Based on transcribed interviews with Colin about his deployment as an Army Medic in Iraq in 2006-07. Performed by Neil Brookshire. Directed by Phil Darius Wallace. Originally produced by the Weidner Center and Dirt Hills Productions. This is an ongoing live theater production.
Producing and Directing
BRAMBLE – After the complicated birth of her first child, Helen feels isolated and estranged from her doctor husband in their new home. She struggles to rediscover a sense of freedom in an unforgiving and rugged landscape, to connect with those around her before she loses herself completely.
BRAMBLE is a feature film script based on the novel, A Country Called Home, by Kim Barnes.
A list of audio plays, produced and unproduced.