Meet the team

Zach Fike Hodges*

Zach Fike Hodges*, he/they (Louis Ironson) Zach returns to CST after opening Part One: Millennium Approaches last spring. This summer, he was featured in the world premiere of Jonathan Larson’s RENT in Concert alongside the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center. International: The Censor (Hannah Khalil/London); non tutti i ladri vengono per nuocere (Dario Fo/Rome); Three Sisters (devised, Moscow) Off Broadway: Public Enemy (Pearl Theatre Co.); Paradiso: Chapter 1 Regional:Riddle of the Trilobites (CollaborationTown/Flint Rep); Twelfth Night, world premieres of The Book of Will and Kate Hamill’s Pride and Prejudice (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival) NYC: Love’s Labour’s Lost (The Acting Company); Leonce and Lena, Electra (Two Headed Rep); #SERIALS (The Flea) Film: A Fine Line. Zach’s one-person adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s Spring Awakening premiered off-Broadway as part of the United Solo Festival in 2016. Readings and workshops with Playwrights’ Center, Clubbed Thumb, National Black Theatre, New Georges, The Fire This Time Festival, The New Wild, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, The Brick, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Directing credits include Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (Chinatown Soup), {POE} Concept Album with The Culprits, and assistant to Eliza Baldi on John Christopher Jones’ Three Sisters. In addition to his work as an actor, Zach is a passionate teaching artist on staff at New York Theatre Workshop and the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. He chairs the Drama Department of the Academy summer program at The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, where he also teaches acting. Training: MA Acting – Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, BA – Fordham Theatre Program/Moscow Art Theatre School. Love to my beautiful family and friends, and a very special thank you to Tony Kushner for your words and for prophesying my playing this role a decade ago. For OPD + sdh  @zfike