Man of La Mancha
Man of La Mancha: Henry II is sword-wielding Don Quixote and Henry III is behind him whispering, "That's my old man."

Man of La Mancha

Man of La Mancha: Henry II is sword-wielding Don Quixote and Henry III is behind him whispering, “That’s my old man.”
Theatre Nashville
Directed by Eric Ericson
Role: Paco, Muleteer
Comments Off on Man of La Mancha

Death of a Salesman

David Lipscomb University
Directed by Jerry Henderson
Role: Biff Loman

He won the University’s award for Best Supporting Actor that year, though he can’t find the plaque anywhere.

“…Chip Arnold played Biff in a moving performance. The entire cast depicted with fidelity a situation as contemporary as today.”

Sara Morrow
The Nashville Banner
Comments Off on Death of a Salesman

Dollars to Doughnuts

Barn Dinner Theatre
Directed by Michael Edwards
Role: George Hobbs
Cast of “Dollars to Doughnuts”
Chip Arnold as George Hobbs, Lynn Eastes as Caroline, and Eleanor Fell as Mrs. Boland
Comments Off on Dollars to Doughnuts

Send Me No Flowers

Barn Dinner Theatre
Directed by Barbara Moore
Role: Arnold Nash

“Chip Arnold is one of the better drunks I have seen onstage. He is convincing; he never overplays his role and viewers loved him.”

Sara Morrow
The Nashville Banner
Comments Off on Send Me No Flowers
The English Can’t Remember and the Irish Can’t Forget
Chip Arnold as George Kennedy in The English Can't Remember and the Irish Can't Forget

The English Can’t Remember and the Irish Can’t Forget

Chip Arnold as George Kennedy in The English Can’t Remember and the Irish Can’t Forget
Pepperdine University
Written and Directed by Tony Adams
Role: George Kennedy & co-director
Comments Off on The English Can’t Remember and the Irish Can’t Forget