Wayne Campbell (Max) is excited to bring the frenetic Max to Imagination Theater. Lend Me A Tenor marks Wayne’s second appearance at IT! and is one of the plays on his rather short theater bucket list. He debuted as the coconut-banging squire Patsy in Monty Python’s Spamalot. In his other life, he is a father to a precocious eight-year-old boy and the husband to a loving wife of ten years (who has graciously looked beyond the stage snogging and has not relegated him to the couch). He is gainfully employed with a local collateral recovery firm and actively volunteers with his son’s Cub Scout pack and with his church. Prior to IT!, he was last seen in 2003 at Cascades Theatrical Company in Bend, Oregon in I Hate Hamlet as Gary Peter Lefkowitz. Other roles have included King Charlemagne in Pippin; Clive and Cathy in Cloud 9; Talthybius in The Greeks: The Wars, The Murders, The Gods; and as Officer Pudney in Rumors. He has studied theater, theater history, film and stagecraft at Central Oregon Community College, briefly at the University of London, and through the writings of Constantin Stanislavsky, Sir Laurence Olivier and David Mamet.
Tickets for this lighthearted romp can be purchased online here.