March 2023 - present
Life of Pi-Broadway
After an amazing year of comebacks, achieving long sought goals and pulling through the pandemic with so many fine fellow actors, Life of Pi was a blessing. Bursting onto the Broadway stage out of A.R.T. New England Winter, the most amazing company of storytellers have put together this visual and emotional feast telling a take on the new classic tale.
In the Company of Lincoln Center Theater's Broadway revival of Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth. The production at the Vivian Beaumont Theater marks Wilder's 125th birthday anniversary.
Nomination: Drama League Awards, Outstanding Revival of a Play
City Theatre Company's production of "One Night in Miami" by Kemp Powers is awarded the best production of the Decade in Pittsburgh Broadway World Regional Theatre Awards. Oscar Winner Regina King directs the film version released this month by Amazon Studios
After a tough year, catch Avery in a Guest Starring role of Agent Braxton in and episode of "Bull" on CBS later this Winter.
Avery will make his return to Syracuse Stage where he will be playing the role of the Emperor Joseph II of Austria in Peter Shaffer's Amadeus, directed by Artistic Director Robert Hupp. Avery previously played Belize in Angels in America directed by then Artistic Director Robert Moss, his very first performance outside of New York City.
Avery will make his debut at City Theatre Company in Pittsburgh playing Malcolm X in One Night in MIami by Kemp Powers directed by Associate Artistic Producer Reginald L. Douglas.
Avery will appear in Hamlet at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. Starring Michael Urie as Hamlet, this historic production is directed by acclaimed artistic director Michael Kahn; his last production of a Shakespeare play at the helm of the award winning theatre.
Avery will be costarring in Shakespeare in love as Christopher "Kit" Marlowe in the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Baltimore Center Stage co-production, directed by Cincinnati Playhouse artistic director Blake Robison.
Avery will return to Vermont, this time to make his Northern Stage debut, playing Macduff in their production of Macbeth. Macbeth kicks off their 20th Anniversary season.
Will be at the Humana Festival of New American Plays in the world premiere of Laura Jacqmin's Residence directed by Hal Brooks.
Will be playing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis production of the Tony Winning All The Way by Robert Shenkkan.
George in Lynn Nottage's Intimate Apparel at the Dorset Theatre Festival in Dorset Vermont.
Currently in rehearsals for The Tempest at the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Avery has completed Graduate Studies with an MFA in Classical Acting from the George Washington University through the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Avery is in DC performing the Hero/Traitor Rep with The Shakespeare Theatre Company, recipient of the 2012 Regional Theatre Tony Award. Coriolanus by William Shakespeare directed by David Muse and Wallenstein translated from Friedrich Schiller by former US Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky directed by Michael Kahn.
Will be reprising the role of John in The Whipping Man directed by Giovanna Sardelli at the Cleveland Playhouse. How funny is this poster of none of the cast?