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Highlights of Various Acting

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2016 Lau will be performing in three upcoming productions at The Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown, PA. The first performance will be in the comedy play, SOCIAL SECURITY, which will run July 5 - July 17. The second play, TOO MANY COOKS, begins on July 19, and will run until July 31. In the fall, Lau will be also be performing in the comedic thriller, DEATH TRAP, with performances running from September 20 - October 2. For more information and tickets, please visit The Mountain Playhouse. 2015 Lau performed in the lead role of George in the play Chapter Two, based on Neil Simon’s 1977 production. Performances were held at the Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown, PA. Also in 2015, Lau understudied two lead roles in the new play by Peter Parnell, Dada Wolf Papa Hot, at the prestigious Lincoln Center in New York City. 2014 In early 2014, Lau finished up his performance in the Gulfshore Playhouse production of The God Game at the Norris Center in Naples, Florida. The  production ran from January 16 to February 9, 2014. Lau was in the world premiere production of Susanne Bradbeer's The God Game, performed at the Capital Repertory Theatre, in Albany, New York.  2013 In late 2013, Lau was in the production of the thriller Wait Until Dark, at the Triad Stage in Greensboro, NC. Also in 2013, Lau co-starred in CBS's Elementary, playing the role of Robert Baumann in the episode, A Landmark Story (Season 1, Episode 21) 2012 In 2012,  Lau was in Theresa Rebeck play O Beautiful at The Connecticut Repertory Theatre. Lau played the role of Simon West. Lau performed in Frank Strausser's off-Broadway comedy Psycho Therapy. The play originally ran from January 17 - February 25, 2012, but was brought back on stage due to popular demand and ran from April 8 through May 26. 2011 In September, 2011, Lau played Alan Raleigh in  Yasmina Reza's  God of Carnage, the Tony  Award Best Play of 2009. Performances were at the  Virginia Stage Company at the  Wells Theatre. Opening night was on September 13, 2011 and the play ran through October 2, 2011. Also starred actors Sue Cremin, Ward Duffy and Henny Russell. Earlier in 2011, Laurence Lau performed alongside actress Sandy Duncan in  Steven Dietz's comedy Becky's New Car at the  Award-winning Theatre Aspen in Rio Grande Park. The play opened on June 24, 2011 and ran through July 23, 2011.   Lau starred in  Brian Keene’s Ghoul, which aired on the  Chiller Network, and played the part of Rev. Moore. Lau also appeared in HBO's  Too Big to Fail, which starred actors James Woods, John Heard, William Hurt, Topher Grace and many other big names. Lau played the role of Greg Fleming. 2010 In May 2010, Lau finished performing in the first national tour of  August: Osage County, the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play about a dysfunctional Oklahoma family. Lau was cast in the role of Steve Heidebrecht, the fiancé of Karen Weston, the youngest daughter of the Weston family. Academy Award winner Estelle Parsons, played the monstrous matriarch, Violet Weston. The tour launched on July, 2009 and ran through May, 2010.

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News

Highlights of Various

Acting Performances

and Upcoming Projects:

2016 Lau will be performing in three upcoming productions at The Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown, PA. The first performance will be in the comedy play, SOCIAL SECURITY, which will run July 5 - July 17. The second play, TOO MANY COOKS, begins on July 19, and will run until July 31. In the fall, Lau will be also be performing in the comedic thriller, DEATH TRAP, with performances running from September 20 - October 2. For more information and tickets, please visit The Mountain Playhouse. 2015 Lau performed in the lead role of George in the play Chapter Two, based on Neil Simon’s 1977 production. Performances were held at the Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown, PA. Also in 2015, Lau understudied two lead roles in the new play by Peter Parnell, Dada Wolf Papa Hot, at the prestigious Lincoln Center in New York City. 2014 In early 2014, Lau finished up his performance in the Gulfshore Playhouse production of The God Game at the Norris Center in Naples, Florida. The  production ran from January 16 to February 9, 2014. Lau was in the world premiere production of Susanne Bradbeer's The God Game, performed at the Capital Repertory Theatre, in Albany, New York.  2013 In late 2013, Lau was in the production of the thriller Wait Until Dark, at the Triad Stage in Greensboro, NC. Also in 2013, Lau co-starred in CBS's Elementary, playing the role of Robert Baumann in the episode, A Landmark Story (Season 1, Episode 21) 2012 In 2012,  Lau was in Theresa Rebeck play O Beautiful at The Connecticut Repertory Theatre. Lau played the role of Simon West. Lau performed in Frank Strausser's off-Broadway comedy Psycho Therapy. The play originally ran from January 17 - February 25, 2012, but was brought back on stage due to popular demand and ran from April 8 through May 26. 2011 In September, 2011, Lau played Alan Raleigh in  Yasmina Reza's  God of Carnage, the Tony  Award Best Play of 2009. Performances were at the  Virginia Stage Company at the  Wells Theatre. Opening night was on September 13, 2011 and the play ran through October 2, 2011. Also starred actors Sue Cremin, Ward Duffy and Henny Russell. Earlier in 2011, Laurence Lau performed alongside actress Sandy Duncan in  Steven Dietz's comedy Becky's New Car at the  Award-winning Theatre Aspen in Rio Grande Park. The play opened on June 24, 2011 and ran through July 23, 2011.   Lau starred in  Brian Keene’s Ghoul, which aired on the  Chiller Network, and played the part of Rev. Moore. Lau also appeared in HBO's  Too Big to Fail, which starred actors James Woods, John Heard, William Hurt, Topher Grace and many other big names. Lau played the role of Greg Fleming. 2010 In May 2010, Lau finished performing in the first national tour of  August: Osage County, the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play about a dysfunctional Oklahoma family. Lau was cast in the role of Steve Heidebrecht, the fiancé of Karen Weston, the youngest daughter of the Weston family. Academy Award winner Estelle Parsons, played the monstrous matriarch, Violet Weston. The tour launched on July, 2009 and ran through May, 2010.
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