An Evening with

Sir Twaddle Dreck

By: Matt K. Miller

Though you may never have heard of him, Sir Twaddle Dreck has been disgracing the stage for decades.  His spectacular failures in some of the greatest roles in the Shakespearean canon are only surpassed by his disastrous personal life.  Spend an hour or so being regaled by this ridiculous raconteur as he recalls the highs and lows of a life lived in talentless oblivion. 

Written & Performed by: Matt K. Miller

Directed by: Katie Rubin

Running Time: 70 Minutes (No Intermission)

Warning: Contains occasional profanity and adult humor

Performance Dates and Times:

Thursday, June 13th @ 8:00 pm​

Matt’s previous one-man show was the autobiographical Fits & Parts: My Life in Stages.  For eight years Matt was a company member of the Sacramento Theatre Company, where he has performed in over forty productions including The Tempest, Othello, Julius Caesar, Noises Off, Arcadia,  Amadeus, Tartuffe, Of Mice and Men, Private Lives, and Fully Committed, directed several productions and was appointed Artistic Director in 2010.  Other Northern California credits include many roles at Capital Stage Company, B Street Theatre, Sierra Repertory, Davis Shakespeare Festival and the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.  Elsewhere, acting credits extend across the country and internationally, including the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain’s An Enemy of the People with Sir Ian McKellen.  TV: General Hospital, Courthouse, Off Centre, 13 Reasons Why and the star of the Cartoon Network’s anime series Tenchi-Muyo!; Film: Gods and Generals, Women is Losers (currently in production); Voice-Over: hundreds of titles, most of which can be found at Matt is also an award-winning playwright and an adjunct professor of Theatre Arts for the Los Rios Community College district.  All love to Kat and Max.

Matt K. Miller