Biography

Currently residing in New York City, Kane has worked at the New York Musical Theatre Festival, Gallery Players, Broadway’s 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.

Regional credits include the post-Broadway premiere of “A Year with Frog and Toad” at Orlando Shakespeare Festival, Luna Stage, Swine Palace Productions, Shakespeare & Co, Mad Cow Theatre, Nathan Leopold in the Southeastern regional premiere of “Thrill Me,” and Teddy in the world premiere production of “Bathhouse: The Musical.”

Other notable roles include “George M. Cohan’s The Tavern” (The Vagabond), “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.” /

His TV roles include appearances on Travel Channel, Lifetime, Discovery ID, & American Heroes Channel, and lead roles in many short films and webseries.

Prior to his work in New York, Kane worked extensively in interactive entertainment, theatre, and puppetry throughout Central Florida, including stunt performance, emcee, and costume-suit performance for Walt Disney Entertainment, Universal Studios, Pirates Dinner Adventure, and more.

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.”