Voice-Over Samples

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Conversational Voice:

Character based voice work (IDS Summer Rep & Plays on the Intrawebs):

  • Sherlock Holmes, Knox Manning, Alfred (butler), and Rachel Howells in Sherlock Holmes episode entitled “The Musgrave Ritual”.   IDS 335.
  • Bob in X Minus One episode entitled “Protection”.  IDS 340.
  • John Bickerson in The Bickersons episode entitled “John’s Operation”.  IDS 346.
  • Julius Peterson in Quiet, Please episode entitled “Take Me Out to the Graveyard”.  IDS 356.
  • Chester A. Riley, Junior Riley, Sharkey and Carl Stevenson (Boss) in Life of Riley episode entitled “Thanksgiving with the Gillises”.  IDS 360.
  • The IDS Storyteller in Coronet Little Show episode entitled “The Gift of the Magi.”  IDS 364.
  • George Cooper and the Mailman in My Favorite Husband episode entitled “Valentine’s Day”.   IDS 371.
  • Dudley in Escape! episode entitled “The Time Machine”.  IDS 386.
  • Professor Russell Adams in Lights Out episode entitled “The Meteor Man.”  IDS 391.
  • Walter Phelan in X Minus One episode entitled “Knock”.  IDS 395.
  • Sherlock Holmes and Tom Lakland in Sherlock Holmes episode entitled “The Adventure of the Tolling Bell.”  IDS 399.
  • Mr. Avery and Jim in The Hop to It Club episode entitled “Fun with a Tractor”.  IDS 400.
  • John Utterson and Man #1 in An original adaptation by Brad Oxnam of Robert Louis Stevenson’s, classic novella, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.  IDS 408.
  • Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve in The Great Gildersleeve episode entitled “Gildersleeve Thanksgiving”.  IDS 412.
  • John Bickerson and Hap in The Bickersons episode entitled “Christmas Eve”.  IDS 416.
  • Waldorf T. Flywheel, Salesman, Crookley, and Bailiff in Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel episode entitled “The Kidnapping”.  IDS 417.
  • Fibber McGee & Messenger in Fibber McGee and Molly episode entitled “Valentine Candy”.  IDS 423.
  • Chester A. Riley in Life of Riley episode entitled “The Giant Easter Bunny”.  IDS 430.
  • Romney Greel in Quiet Please episode entitled “Below Fifth Avenue.”  IDS 438.
  • James Dyke in Romance episode entitled “The Valiant”.  IDS 443.
  • Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock Holmes episode entitled “The Problem with Thor Bridge”.  IDS 447.
  • Clyde in Quiet Please episode entitled “Three Sides to a Story.”  IDS 452.
  • Announcer and Narrator in Escape! episode entitled “The Fall of the House of Usher.”  IDS 460.
  • Announcer and Mr. Boynton in Our Miss Brooks episode entitled “Thanksgiving Show”.  IDS 464.
  • Sherlock Holmes, 1st Cabbie, Lionel, and Sammy in Sherlock Holmes episode entitled “The Night Before Christmas.”  IDS 468.
  • Ambrose J. Weems, Eddie McGuirk, Louie, and Nurse in Station KUKU.  IDS 469.
  • 108303715 (Frank Smith) and Clerk in Suspense episode entitled “2462”.  IDS 470.
  • Chester A. Riley and Announcer in Life of Riley episode entitled “Valentine Locket”.  IDS 475.
  • Boston Blackie and Announcer in Boston Blackie episode entitled “Boston Blackie and the Fur Trade.”  IDS 480.
  • George Cooper in My Favorite Husband episode entitled “Spring Cleaning”.  IDS 482.
  • Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock Holmes episode entitled “The Speckled Band”.  IDS 491.

 

Trailer for: Scarecrows Will Never See the Sunset


Published on Aug 19, 2014

Playhouse Nashville presents the World Premiere of Darren Michael’s SCARECROWS WILL NEVER SEE THE SUNSET nightly through August 24, 2014 at 7:30pm in residence at 1933 Elm Hill Pike. Inspired by actual events during the 1920s & 30s oil boom in rural Arkansas, this non-linear journey into the tragic events that shaped the life of Bo Legend and his family, features Michael Adcock as Bo Legend, Jack Chambers as Bear Legend, Bonnie Keen as Mama Legend, John Mauldin as Thorn Bradshaw, Becky Wahlstrom as Lilly Bradshaw, and Rob Wilds as John Legend. Directed by Christopher R.C. Bosen, and stage managed by Mary Jo Weaver, with lighting design by Katie Gant & costume design by Colleen Garatoni. Reserved seat tickets $20 at PlayhouseNashville.com, & pay-what-you-can artist rush tickets released at curtain pending availability. (Recording of SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT by Bonnie Keen used with permission)

The Unseen closes after a brief but successful run!

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The Unseen by Craig Wright. The 2013-2014 Intern Showcase production at Tennessee Repertory Theatre. L to R: Richard Daniel as Wallace, Kevin Bohleber as Valdez. Artwork by Kimberly Shephard/ Tennessee Repertory Theatre.

The Unseen by Craig Wright, the 2014 TN Rep Intern Showcase, has come and gone.  It had a two performance run by design…a very limited engagement, if you will.  Nevertheless, it was a successful experience for all involved!  I would like to thank, again, Tennessee Repertory Theatre; and especially the interns, for asking me to direct this project.  It was a challenging but rewarding script to dive into and I have to extend my gratitude to my cast:  Richard Daniel (Wallace), Kevin Bohleber (Valdez), and Kenny “Betamillion” Brown (Mr. Smeija aka Smash) for tackling this project and it’s ever unusual rehearsal schedule.  Also, thanks to Jessica Ayers for rocking out the lighting design and for putting up with the beacon lights!!!

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L to R: Richard Daniel as Wallace, Kevin Bohleber as Valdez. Photo by Kimberly Shephard/ Tennessee Repertory Theatre
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Kenny Brown as Mr. Smeija (standing) and Kevin Bohleber as Valdez (sitting). Photo by Kimberly Shepherd/ Tennessee Repertory Theatre
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Kevin Bohleber as Valdez. Photo by Kimberly Shepherd/ Tennessee Repertory Theatre

To the interns:  Katherine Gering (Props), Maria Mignone (Costume), Jaclyn Shaull (Stage Management), Kimberly Shepherd (Marketing), Jonesia Smith (Tech Production/ Set Design)…Thank you for all your hard work on this play. You should be very proud of this production as your talent and work ethic shined through in aces!!  I wish you all the best with your future endeavors and hope to work with each of you again if the fates allow it.  On to the next!!

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L to R: on cot Richard Daniel as Wallace, Kevin Bohleber as Valdez. Photo by Kimberly Shepherd/Tennessee Repertory Theatre

More to follow…

John

Trailer for The Unseen

Here’s the trailer for The Unseen by Craig Wright.  I’m directing this play for the Tennessee Repertory Theatre and the 2013-2014 Interns as their capstone showcase performance.  Performances are April 27th & 28th, 2014 at NPT Studio A.

From Tennessee Repertory Theatre:

Our 2013-2014 Professional Interns are gearing up for their production of THE UNSEEN, April 27-28, 2014. Learn more and make your reservations at: http://tennesseerep.org/professional-internship-production.php

 

Behind the Scenes: Look into The Unseen

Here is a brief look into the promo photo shoot for The Unseen by Craig Wright.  It is TN Rep’s Intern Showcase for 2014 and I am directing this production.  It runs April 27-28, 2014 in Studio A at NPT.  More info on tickets and what not can be found here.  Enjoy!

Unseen Cast and Crew

  • Kevin Bohleber as Valdez
  • Kenneth Brown as Mr. Smeija aka Smash
  • Richard Daniel as Wallace
  • Director: John Mauldin
  • Lighting Designer: Jessica Ayers
  • Lighting Consultant: Phillip Franck

2013-2014 Professional Intern Production Team

  • Properties Master: Katherine Gering
  • Costume Designer: Maria Mignone
  • Stage Manager/Sound Designer: Jaclyn Shaull
  • Marketing Director: Kimberly Shepherd
  • Scenic Designer: Jonesia Smith

Video #1

 

 

Video #2

some OF MICE AND MEN photos

Of Mice and Men cast. Show opens tonight and runs thru May 5th at Boiler Room Theatre. (photo by Rick Malkin)
Of Mice and Men Set and lights by Corbin Green. Costumes by Katie Delaney. Ross Bolen as George. John Mauldin (me) as Lennie. Directed by Travis Brazil. Stage managed by J.R. Knowles. (photo by Rick Malkin) Opens April 13th and runs thru May 5th, 2012. www.boilerroomtheatre.com
John Mauldin as Lennie; Ross Bolen as George (photo by Rick Malkin)
L to R: Zack McCann as Curley; John Mauldin as Lennie; Phil Brady as Candy; Ross Bolen as George. (photo by Rick Malkin)
L to R: Ross Bolen as George; Dan McGeachy as Carlson; Cory Caldwell as Slim. (photo by Rick Malkin)
L to R: Cory Caldwell as Slim; Zack McCann as Curley; Bryce Conner as Whit. (photo by Rick Malkin)
L to R: Phil Brady as Candy; Ross Bolen as George; John Mauldin as Lennie. (photo by Rick Malkin)
L to R: Phil Brady as Candy; Erica Lee Haines as Curley's wife; Ross Bolen as George; John Mauldin as Lennie; Joel Diggs as Crooks. (photo by Rick Malkin)
John Mauldin as Lennie. (photo by Rick Malkin)
Erica Lee Haines as Curley's Wife; John Mauldin as Lennie. (photo by Rick Malkin)