Jeremiah Kissel, (Burbage) played Ben Johnson in “Mortal Terror” at The Modern last year, and Christopher Marlowe in a ten minute version of “The English Channel” for The Boston Theater Marathon. Other Brustein outings include a workshop of “King of the Schnorrers" at ArtsEmerson, “Three Farces and A Funeral”, both on the A.R.T. mainstage and as a staged reading in the Hamptons featuring Alan Alda. Over the past thirty years he has been featured at The Huntington, (most recently in “Invisible Man”), A.R.T., The Lyric, Geva Theater Center, The Cleveland Playhouse, The Studio Theater in D.C., The New Rep, Merrimack Repertory Theater, and other Boston stages, including Symphony Hall with the Boston Pops, and the basement of The Charles Playhouse in “Shear Madness”. Recent film and TV appearances include “The Town”, “The Fighter” and “Body of Proof”. He is the recipient of several Norton and IRNE awards, and in 2003 was given Boston’s top theater honor, the Elliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence.