BRIAN IBSENBRIAN IBSEN (Steve "Beau" Weeks, The Road to Appomattox) made his Colony debut in Blame it on Beckett as the slick and uncompromising managing director of a non-profit theatre, and is thrilled to be back at the Colony in a very different role as Jimmy in Miracle on South Division Street.

He appeared on Broadway in The Lion in Winter with Laurence Fishburne and Stockard Channing, and in The Rainmaker with Woody Harrelson. He has worked with such directors as Scott Ellis, Mark Lamos, and Tony Award winners Jack O'Brien, John Rando and Michael Mayer.

Brian has performed in regional theater around the country in shows such as Twelfth Night, Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth, The Glass Menagerie, The Lion in Winter, The Drawer Boy, and originated the role of Dan Jr. in Stephen Metcalfe's World Premiere play Loves and Hours

He holds a BFA in acting from Purchase College, SUNY and an MFA in acting from The Old Globe Theatres/USD.

February, 2015