Damon BonettiDamon Bonetti
Visiting Part-time Lecturer

Email: damon.bonetti@rutgers.edu 


Damon Bonetti Is a Philadelphia based actor, director and teacher.  He has performed at many theaters in the Philly area and was nominated for a Barrymore Award for his performance as David in Orange Flower Water for Luna Theater Company.  He will be directing the world premiere of EM Lewis’s True Story for Passage Theater this fall and in early 2014 playing Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace in a co-production between the Walnut Street Theater and Fulton Theater

Damon is the Co-Founding Artistic Director of the Philadelphia Artists’ Collective. The PAC is dedicated to producing rarely performed classic plays in site-specific locations.  He played Duke Ferdinand in their critically acclaimed inaugural production of The Duchess of Malfi and Gustav in the 2012 Philly Fringe hit, Creditors.  He directed Pierre de Marivaux’s Changes of Heart (The Double Inconstancy) in Spring 2012 and is directing Eugene O’Neill’s Sea Plays on board Philly’s Tall Ship Gazela for the 2013 Philadelphia FringeArts Festival

He has appeared in many commercials and films and is an adjunct professor at many universities. He earned his MFA at the Florida State University/Asolo Conservatory.

Visit www.philartistscollective.org and www.damonbonetti.com for  information.