Jomar Tagatac

Jomar Tagatac headshotJomar (he, him) most recently played Max in the world premiere of Big Data and Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (American Conservatory Theater) and Gary in Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus (Oakland Theater Project). Previous San Francisco Playhouse credits include Harry Chin in The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin, Gordon Hirabayashi in Hold These Truths (Capital Stage co-production), Mark in Art, Actor 1 in King of the Yees, and Letter Writer #3 in Tiny Beautiful Things. Credits at American Conservatory Theater include Playwright and Bobby in Vietgone and Poor Yella Rednecks: Vietgone 2, Tom in The Headlands, Mr. Botard in Rhinoceros, Fortinbras in Hamlet, and Fortunado in Monstress. Additional credits include Edmund in the adaptation of King Lear by Marcus Gardley, Banquo in Macbeth, Jaques in As You Like It, and roles in Everybody and The War of the Roses (California Shakespeare Theater), DJ Loki in Today is My Birthday (Theater Mu), George in The Language Archive (TheatreWorks Silicon Valley), Quang in Vietgone (Capital Stage), and The Happy Ones and Dogeaters (Magic Theatre). Jomar has received the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle award for principal actor in a play, the TBA Award for outstanding performance in a featured role, and a Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship in 2023. He earned a master’s of fine arts degree and is a board member at American Conservatory Theater.