performer // Writer // Director
"The sublimely cast 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 (he/them) is a professional actor, comedian, experimental theater writer and performer, and ensemble member of the San Francisco Neo-Futurists. They have recently joined the cast of the GLAAD-nominated television show 4400 on the CW in the role of "Farraday". They've toured nationally and internationally with The Neo-Futurists, performed over 150 shows as the lead character in the immersive show The Speakeasy and performed locally at SF Playhouse, Shotgun, ACT, NCTC, and Magic Theater. In NYC they have performed at LaMama Experimental Theater and PS122. 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. Last year, Ezra Reaves and writing partner Amy Langer co-founded Tarot & Palm Theatre and wrote and produced a sold-out extended-run of the critically-acclaimed immersive show "The Program." In 2022, Tarot & Palm will be taking on the classic YA novel, The Outsiders, and adapting it for the stage through a trans lens. Commissioned and funded by The San Francisco Playhouse.
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