Tom Luna

Actor. Creative.

Tom Luna *

Actor/Director

Tom Luna returned to the Waterfront stage in Lend Me a Tenor after a 6 year absence. It is fitting that his re-entry will be reprising one of his favorite roles with one of his favorite actresses, Mary Falconer. Together they appeared in the acclaimed 1991 production of Lend Me A Tenor at the Waterfront with Danny Weathers as Max. Good times. He’s appeared on all of the stages of Key West in such productions as I Hate Hamlet, Forum, Lips Together, Teeth Apart, Little Shop of Horrors, Talley’s Folley as well as The Compleat Works of William Shakespeare, abridged, The Mystery of Irma Vep and The Big Bang, the latter 3 with acting partner-in-crime, Danny Weathers. He directed Sordid Lives for the Red Barn, as well as directing and acting in the legendary When Pigs Fly at the Barn and Howard Crabtree’s Whoop-Dee-Doo! at the Waterfront for the Founders. He was also an original member of Flamingo Follies. He is a frequent emcee for various organizations in town,  has sung with the Key West Pops, as well as many concert appearances, including last year’s Randy Robert’s extravaganza at TWT. Doing this show makes him feel like-a ten bucks!

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association

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