Jomar Tagatac* most recently appeared at San Francisco Playhouse as Writer #3 in Tiny Beautiful Things. At A.C.T. he was seen as Mr. Botard in Rhinoceros and Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol. Other credits include Playwright and others in Vietgone, Fortinbras in Hamlet, and Fortunado/Mata in Monstress. His recent Bay Area credits include George in The Language Archive (Theatreworks), Actor 1 in King of the Yees and Daniel in You Mean to Do Me Harm (San Francisco Playhouse); Quang in Vietgone (Capital Stage Company); You For Me For You (Crowded Fire Theater); and The War of the Roses, Macbeth, Everybody, As You Like It, and Life Is a Dream (California Shakespeare Theater). Other credits include Rashomon (Ubuntu Theater Project); Caught (Shotgun Players); Jesus in India, Every Five Minutes, The Happy Ones, and Dogeaters (Magic Theatre); and Rights of Passage (New Conservatory Theatre Center). Jomar is a recipient of a Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for Principle Actor in a Play, and TBA Award for Outstanding Performance in a Featured Role. He earned a BA in theater from San Diego State University and an MFA from A.C.T. (he/him/his)
See Jomar Tagatac in the recording of our 2020/2021 Season Announcement Party here.
*The Actor appears through the courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.