A professional actor for over 30 years, Brad Sherrill is based in
Atlanta. In 2001, he launched his series of groundbreaking one-man theatrical
performances starting with The Gospel of John, which the Atlanta
Journal Constitution immediately heralded as "amazing"
and "riveting." Following successful theatrical runs off-Broadway,
in Washington D.C., Chicago, Atlanta and Toronto, Brad celebrated his
600th live performance of The Gospel of John in 2012. He has
now completed over 800 of his one-man performances worldwide, including
shows in 40 states, the U.K., Canada and Ireland. Brad has premiered new
one-man works in recent years including Prophets (at Georgia
Shakespeare, Atlanta 2010), Red Letter Jesus (at Theatre
in the Square, Atlanta 2012 and Provision Theater Co., Chicago
2013) and Exodus (in November, 2013.) Brad most recently premiered
Apostle, based on Acts and inspiring portions of Paul's letters.
He now presents all performances in venues nationwide.
Through the years, Brad
has been selected by both Atlanta Magazine and Creative Loafing
(another Atlanta publication) as Atlanta's Best Actor. He has performed
in over 20 productions at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre (the lead producing
theatre in the Southeast) and has been an Artistic Associate for Georgia
Shakespeare Co., where he has acted in 50 productions over 24 seasons.
In addition, Brad has performed over the years at every professional theater
in Atlanta including Actor’s Express, Horizon Theater, Theater Emory,
Theatre in the Square, Theatrical Outfit and Georgia Ensemble Theatre.
(Production Manager & Multimedia Designer)
Mark Hickman captured the videography for Red Letter Jesus, Exodus
and Apostle from 2011 through 2015 in Israel, Jordan, Egypt,
the Sinai, Greece and Turkey. He created the multimedia design as well
for all three performances. Mark has served as Brad’s tour manager
since 2003 and is the program director at each performance. He also oversees
promotion, maintains the performance website and creates the ongoing tour
schedule. Mark has cherished his work over many years with Global Volunteers
and Habitat for Humanity. Please visit www.globalvolunteers.org and www.habitat.org
for a life-changing experience!
(Staging for The Gospel of John
and Website Design)
from Emory University in 1998. He originally staged The Gospel of
John for its performances off-Broadway in 2003 and its numerous theater
runs in Washington D.C. and Atlanta during 2001 and 2002. As an actor,
Scott appeared on Broadway in The Rainmaker (with actor Woody
Harrelson, 1999). His Atlanta theater credits include The Grapes of
Wrath and The Legend of Pecos Bill (Alliance Theatre) in
addition to a dozen other productions at Theatre in the Square and
Georgia Shakespeare Theatre over the years.