Bruce DuBose

Founder and Executive Producer

Bruce’s over 30 years of acting credits at Undermain include Dr. Wangel in The Lady from the Sea, Clarence Nightingale/Sweet Lucy in How is it That We Live or Shakey Jake + Alice, Vershinin in Three Sisters, Galileo in Galileo, James Tyrone in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Tommy in The Night Alive, The Poet in An Iliad, Goldberg in The Birthday Party, Ames in Ages Of The Moon, Lindquist in Easter, Uncle Malvolio in The Dog Problem, Hamm in Endgame, Pesotsky in The Black Monk, Earl in Neil Young’s Greendale, John in Shining City, Jimmie Rodgers in Waiting for a Train: The Life and Songs of Jimmie Rodgers, and many more. In New York City, Bruce appeared onstage as Simon in The Inner Circle at the Luminous Group, in Undermain’s production of Glamour at The Ohio Theatre, as Swami in Jeffrey M. Jones’ A Man’s Best Friend at Walkerspace, and as Earl in Neil Young’s Greendale at The Ohio Theatre. Regional stage appearances include roles in Alice: Tales of a Curious Girl, Porcelain, Arms and the Man, and A Family Affair (Dallas Theater Center); Fool for Love (Stage West); and Marc Antony in Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare Festival of Dallas). Film work includes Late Bloomers, Thompson’s Last Run, Midsummer, I Become Gilgamesh, Dusk, and most recently Spring Eddy. Television appearances include episodes of Dangerous Curves, Walker Texas Ranger, Prison Break, The Deep End, and Friday Night Lights. Voice over work includes narrating the Emmy Award-Winning documentary, The U.S.-Mexican War as well as The Marines for PBS. He has composed music and designed sound for numerous Undermain productions, most recently: so go the ghosts of méxico, parts one and two , Jonah, The Night Alive, The Testament of Mary, Tomorrow Come Today, We Are Proud to Present a Presentation…, An Iliad, and Lynne Alvarez’s The Snow Queen. Undermain directing credits include Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice, Howard Barker’s The Castle, Austin Pendleton’s Uncle Bob, Erik Ehn’s Gold in Mud (both in Dallas and in New York City at The American Living Room Festival), Erik Ehn’s Swedish Tales of Woe (both in Dallas and at the Ohio Theatre in New York City). Bruce has also appeared in Erik Ehn’s Erotic Curtsies at the A.S.K. Festival in Los Angeles, the Canadian Fringe Festival in 70 Scenes of Halloween, and Undermain’s Eastern European tours of Sarajevo and Judges 19.

Recent Press:

Patron Magazine: “The Actor”

Dallas Culture Map: “Globetrotting actor Bruce DuBose on why yodeling is a marketable skill”