LANDON HAWKINS is a New York based actor, director (theatre/opera), and voice-over artist. 
 

Hawkins' performative interests range far and wide: from Shakespeare (Tybalt, Romeo + Juliet, CCM 2016, Claudius, Hamlet, CCM 2017, Oberon, Midsummer Night's Dream, New Jersey Shakespeare 2019), to Mozart (assoc. dir., Idomeneo [dir., Shields] CCM Opera 2017) and Puccini (assoc. dir., Tosca, Long Island Lyric Opera 2018), to Will Eno (Thom Pain, Know Theatre of Cincinnati, 2016), to newly devised work (Naked Strangers, Cincinnati Fringe Festival 2015) and experimental collaborations; most notably in conjunction with poet Adam Kosan (Chicago Review), and interactive media/music collective Intermedio [Knee Play] (ALL DAY PERMANENT RED, 2017, Productions of Time, 2018). This summer, he will be featured in Kate Hamill's Pride and Prejudice (Mr. Bingley) and in Shakespeare's Two Noble Kinsmen (Arcite) at the Santa Cruz Shakespeare Festival. 

Hawkins can also be heard on tv/radio promoting Cincinnati Bell (see V.O. page for samples), and on the Historic Mercantile Library's podcast, The 12th Story, reading the essays of Michel de Montaigne and poetry of Christopher Logue.