Reginald Andre Jackson (Brucie) is a Seattle Actor/playwright. ACT subscribers will know him from Romeo and Juliet, The Crucible, and Fathers and Sons. He has also worked at Arena Stage, The Shakespeare Theatre, 5th Avenue, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Intiman, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Artist’s Repertory Theatre, Village Theatre, and more. He received a 2018 Gregory Award for his performance as Wolf in Seattle Repertory Theatre’s production of Two Trains Running, and was awarded the 2010 American Alliance of Theatre and Education Award in the category of adaptation, for his stage version of the Christopher Paul Curtis novel Bud, Not Buddy. Jackson is also proud to have been selected as a 2019 Lunt Fontanne 10 Chimneys Fellow. He will direct Othello later this year for Seattle Shakespeare Company. Jackson has been hard at work chronicling the history of African American theatre. History of Theatre will come to ACT soon.