Regional credits include the post-Broadway premiere of "A Year with Frog and Toad" at Orlando Repertory Theatre, Luna Stage, Swine Palace Productions, Shakespeare & Co, Mad Cow Theatre, and Nathan Leopold in the Southeastern regional premiere of "Thrill Me." In New York, Kane has worked at Gallery Players, Circle in the Square (w/ Theodore Mann), The Public Theater, Westside Theatre, Symphony Space, and with Gorilla Rep, Old Vic New Voices & John Gould Rubin. Other notable roles include “The Tallest Building in the World” World-Premiere, "Urinetown: The Musical" (Bobby Strong), “What the Butler Saw" (Nicholas Beckett), "Little Shop of Horrors" (Seymour), "Sweeney Todd" (Tobias), Arthur Miller’s "The American Clock" (Arthur A. Robertson), and "Kid-Simple" (Oliver). Kane made his London Theatrical debut at The Old Vic with the TS Eliot US/UK Exchange, hosted by Kevin Spacey, in Anna Moench's "Halo/Titanic." Training: Circle in the Square Theatre School. Additional training in puppetry and physical movement from Disney Theatrical & Frantic Assembly. Proud member of Actor's Equity. “Eat your Tuesday cake.”

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