Arthur Comegno

actor and director
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As an actor, Arthur has appeared frequently on the Boston stage, most recently as Vinnie in The Odd Couple at Stoneham Theatre.   Other credits include Charley in Death of a Salesman at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Carl in Mornings at Seven, Sebastian in Raised in Captivity, Martin in Thieves, and Felix in My Three Angels.   His television credits include appearances as Secretary of Stage James Blaine and Albert Einstein for Discovery Channel shows.  He also has numerous commercial and film credits, and has directed for the Nashua Theatre Guild and other companies.  A graduate of the Eastman School of Music and Harvard, Arthur has been performing as a musician and actor since age 10, and is a member of Actors' Equity Association. 
Arthur's commercial work includes print, television, and industrials, and a list is available upon request.
His training and instructors includes the following:
Acting: Austin Pendleton, Ted Kazanoff, Peter Kelley, Paula Plum, Steve Maler, Alec Harrington
Scene Study: Ken Cheeseman, Marcus Stern
Voice: Andrew Wade, Antonio Ocampo-Guzman, Susan Patrick
Auditioning: Carolyn Pickman, Derek Stearns
Shakespeare: Rick Lombardo
Improv: Keith Johnston
Music Training: Music & Art High School, NY, NY; Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY;  Hochschule  fuer Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Vienna, Austria
Arthur has had several careers before discovering acting and directing.  He was a cancer researcher, academic (musicologist), and former musician.  Although he was once a classical musician--playing violin in the New England Philharmonic for 5 years, and frequent concert appearances as a pianist and orchestra and opera conductor--he now primarly plays Scottish folk fiddle.  Other talents include stage combat, Tai Chi, yoga, banjo, step dancing, computer programming.  He is also a BookPal member.

Arthur speaks some French and German, and a bit of Russian.  His athletic pastimes include both downhill and cross-country skis at an advanced level.  At a more adventurous period in his life, he used to rock and ice climb. 
Not only a graduate of Harvard University as a musicologist, he is most proud of his degree from Harvard's bartending school.