Robert Molossi is a San Francisco native who cut his acting-teeth by performing skits and mini-musicals for family and friends. Mr. Molossi attended San Francisco State University and lived, performed, and studied in New York City. Most recently, Mr. Molossi performed in D'Arcy Drollinger's production of Sean Owen's Stale Magnolias the Musical at the Oasis. Additional credits include: Virago Theater’s production of Charles Busch’s Vampire Lesbians of Sodom directed by Dale Albright. Credits include: Eric Ehn’s, The Saint Plays, at Intersection for the Arts; Charles Ludlam’s, Camille, and Joe Pintauro’s, Wild Blue at Theatre Rhinoceros; Player’s in a Game at Concord City Arts; Della Davidson’s, The Ten PM Dream, based on Anne Sexton’s Book of Transformations. He also played the role of Smerdyakov, in a stage adaptation of The Brothers Karamazov at Bleecker Street Playhouse as well as Agamemnon and Tolstoy’s Redemption of the Living Corpse at La Mama, NYC. Mr. Molossi is thrilled to be a part of this innovative theatrical production.