Mike Boland

Mike Boland

Mike is excited to come jump into the mix at Thrown Stone, and to join so many of the theatre’s pioneers in this wonderful show.

Mike has performed on Broadway in “An Enemy of the People.” He played three roles in the multi-generational, three-part Off-Broadway epic “The Orphans’ Home Cycle,” winning an ensemble Drama Desk award in the process. He has performed on national tours of “Twelve Angry Men,” “West Side Story” and “All My Sons.”

He has also played at many of the great regional theaters in Connecticut and around the country, including Hartford Stage, Long Wharf, Yale Repertory, Theaterworks, Ivoryton, Playhouse on Park, Summer Theatre of New Canaan, Music Theatre of Connecticut, Fulton, Engeman, Judson, Coastal Carolina, Westchester Broadway, Queens Theatre, Bristol Riverside, Virginia Stage and Totem Pole.

On TV, Mike appeared on “Person of Interest,” “Zero Hour” and “Rubicon.” He is also the writer, co-director and co-star of the popular Vimeo and YouTube webseries “Frank and Ernie.”

Mike has studied with many great teachers, including George DiCenzo, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Cotter Smith and Alan Arkin. But he has always learned best from his castmates. His greatest onstage influences have been Richard Thomas, Julian Gamble, Tyne Daly, Annalee Jeffries and two “late-greats:” John O’Creagh and Christopher Evan Welch.