ASC Alum Patrick Moug just premiered Captain Buffalo a film he wrote and directed.
As an actor Henry Bolzon most recently played the title role in Lear for the Eleusis Collective. Also in 2016 he played multiple roles in Remy Bumppo's production of The Life of Galileo. Henry understudied the role of Barnard in the world premiere of a play by David Rabe, Good for Otto at The Gift Theatre. Chicago credits include Macbeth (Actor's Center of DuPage), SunkenLand (Stage Left), Julius Caesar (Next Theatre). Regional credits include: The Female Entertainer, Cherry Orchard, Pericles, Hamlet (Denver Center Theatre), The Sleeping Prince, As I Lay Dying (American Conservatory Theatre), Two Gentlemen of Verona, Henry V (Utah Shakespearean Theatre), Bent (Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver). Professional Training: American Conservatory Theatre. After two decades as a visual artist, he is very happy treading the boards again. Henry has been a meditator for many years starting with Transcendental Meditation in the 70's. He studied Shambhala Tibetan Buddhism, where he also learned other types of mediation such as shamatha, vipashyana and Mahamudra.