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music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson

directed by Sammi Cannold

conducted by Steven Reineke

musical supervision by Sean Mayes

orchestrations by Sean O'Loughlin


L to R (top): Sean Mayes, Jimmie Herrod, Ted Guzman, Awa Sal Secka, Nova Payton, Myles Frost, Lorna Courtney, Andrew Barth Feldman, Alex Boniello, Zach Fike Hodges, Sammi Cannold

L to R (bottom): Quynh-My Luu, Ali Stroker, Terrance Johnson

Photos by Nick Piacente


CBS Boston interview w/ Zach and Lee Mikeska Gardner, Artistic Director of Central Square Theatre

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GBH Open Studio with Jared Bowen interview w/ Zach and Eric Tucker, Artistic Director of BEDLAM


"...a triumph of staging and performance...In Bedlam's trademark style, the production at Central Square Theater is pared to its essence. But nothing is held back in the performances by [the cast]."

 – Don Aucoin, The Boston Globe

"As the intellectually acute but emotionally frayed Louis, Zach Fike Hodges does a terrific job, making him at once vulnerable, loving and appealing, and at the same time, pathetic. His eloquence in a diversionary over-the-top speech about democracy late in the show – in a sizable Kushner word-salad – is noteworthy."

 – BADMan (aka Charles Munitz), Boston Arts Diary

"Hodges portrays Louis with sympathy; we can see he is truly frightened and overwhelmed despite his self-hatred."

 – Michele Markarian, Theater Mirror

"Zach Fike Hodges plays Louis with every ounce of neurotic ambivalence the role calls for and we can’t help but forgive him for his shortcomings."

 – Lynne Weiss, Stage and Cinema

"Zach Fike Hodges finds all of Louis’ Jewish guilt and self- doubts."

 – Jules Becker, Bay Windows

"Cohn isn't the only unlikeable character. Louis Ironson, Prior's boyfriend who leaves him in his time of need - convincingly portrayed by Zach Fike Hodges - is decidedly unsympathetic. That there were and are people like Louis, whose selfishness and self-pity allow them to eschew decency and humanity in favor of self-preservation, makes his actions no easier to condone."

 – R. Scott Reedy, Broadway World

"Most importantly, the whole ensemble works together seamlessly to give Kushner's words their due."

 – Josh Gartka, Talkin Broadway


Zach recently graduated from the MA Acting program at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

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A Fine Line

directed by Diana Westphal and Leo Braun

Now streaming here

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See Playbill photo feature here.
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