© 2023 by Thomas Bertron

Thomas

Bertron

Theatre Artist & Manager
 

Mission, Values, & Bio

Thomas is a young theatre artist & manager interested in innovative and contemporary works that expose the harsh truths of our reality. He strives to tell compelling stories, which are politically charged and extremely human, that illuminate rich ideas and connect the audience to the greater community. Grounded by the desire to positively impact lives, Thomas carefully curates provocative works that directly respond to the ever-changing world. ​

Artistic Excellence - Guided by a rigorously researched production approach. 

Empathy & Humility - Having respect for the script, collaborators, and audience. 

Dialogue - To connect individuals to society and initiate impactful conversations.

Currently residing in sunny Tampa, Florida, Thomas has strong ties to the Twin Cities as he trained at The Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists. As a director and producer, Thomas has worked on large scale musicals, full length plays, and original pieces in various venue types including unconventional theatre spaces. 

In addition to his work as a theatre practitioner, Thomas thoroughly enjoys traveling with his family (37 countries and counting) and experimenting in the kitchen! He hopes to take his passion for theatre arts, business management, & servant leadership into a career as a Company Manager, and one day, a General Manager in Commercial Theatre.

 

Reviews

2019 / DIRECTOR

Gruesome Playground Injuries

By Rajiv Joseph 

"So simple; so effective...simplistic beauty at its finest"

-Grace Whiting, Critical Review

2018 / PRODUCER

Broken Ivy Theatre Co.

"Some of the best theatre I've seen in the Twin Cities"

-Shannon Bruce

2017 / DIRECTOR & PRODUCER

Bent

By Martin Sherman 

"Bertron kept the atmosphere highly charged, first by wanton sexuality, then by wanton cruelty and humiliation"

-Author Dorman, Talkin' Broadway

"Thomas Bertron is one young theatre artist who is further equipped with an entrepreneur's heart"

-Cassandra Smith, The Column

*From select Producer & Director credits*

 
 
 

Education

Ithaca College

B.A. Theatre Studies 

Communication Management & Design Minor

Deans List Recognition 

Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists

Theatre Track

Completed comprehensive four-year coursework in Scene Study, Rasa Boxes, Viewpoints & Composition, Movement, Stage Combat, Dialects, and Voice. Additional studies in upper level theory and performance courses.
 

 

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