Michael Redfield


Michael has spent his life in Los Angeles theater. He made his Odyssey debut in 2007 with Craig Lucas’ Small Tragedy, and works regularly at Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice and Rogue Machine Theatre, where he is a founding member. He’s received multiple Ovation, LA Weekly and LADCC nominations for roles in Small Tragedy, When They Speak of Rita and Happy End. He starred in Small Engine Repair at Rogue Machine, which swept the 2013 LA theater awards for production and ensemble, with Variety asserting, “Redfield walks off with the evening…there’s no end of joy in his irrepressible love of life.” As a pianist and composer, he’s worked at 24th Street Theatre for over a decade, accompanying their flagship educational show, Enter Stage Right, which serves 10,000 LAUSD school children every year, and he won an Ovation award for his original live score for 24th Street’s Walking the Tightrope.