Edmund Lewis is very happy to be back in Cambridge, having appeared in the 2015 Elliot Norton Award winning productions of Bedlam’s Saint Joan (here at CST) and The Tempest (at A.R.T.) Most recently, he played Colonel Brandon in Bedlam’s hugely successful Off-Broadway run of Sense & Sensibility as well as numerous characters in the east coast premiere of Steven Sater’s New York Animals. Edmund is an original member of the acclaimed Bedlam company, having acted in the original runs of Saint Joan and Hamlet (both at the Access Theatre and Off-Broadway at the Lynn Redgrave Theatre) in addition to Twelfth Night and What You Will (at the Abingdon Theatre.) Other New York credits include Sackville & Mr. Harris in The Libertine (at the Chernuchin–also directed by Eric Tucker); Mark in The Philadelphia, Kafka in Words, Words, Words and Sir Richard Attenborough in Time Flies (Bang Theatre Collective) and the Horny Delivery Guy in 95% Chance They’ll Wind Up Like Larvae (NY Fringe). Edmund can also be seen in his friend Gregory Abbey’s web series, Marriage & Other Tragedies, as well as in Andrew Lawton’s short film Have You Seen Calvin? which will be premiering at various film festivals this year.