"The sublimely cast [Ezra] Reaves rules the stage... Reaves hones a moment to its nugget of meaning, then blasts it full of bravado."
-Lily Janiak, SF Chronicle
Ezra Reaves (they/them) is a professional actor, performer, comedian, singer and experimental theater artist. They've tour nationally and internationally with The Neo-Futurists, performed over 150 shows as Velma in the immersive show "The Speakeasy" and most recently played Spike/Shorty in Patricia Cotter's world-premiere play "The Daughters" at SF Playhouse. As a comedian, Ezra has opened for Janeane Garofalo, Bob Odenkirk, John Hodgman, Paul F. Tompkins and even shared the stage with Michael Ian Black at SF Sketchfest. Visit Ezra's IMDb.