About Ted Zalewski
Ted Zalewski holds degrees from the University of Illinois, Chicago, Loyola University, and a combined degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Sloan School, MIT. A former secondary school and college educator, Ted has taught on the faculties of Lesley University and the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Author of biographies for young readers and one-person historical performances, Ted is the foremost interpreter of Theodore Roosevelt in America. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Radio and Television Artists.
The scene is simple: Two chairs and a table, a baguette in a country basket, a bottle of peasant wine, two glasses, a corncob pipe. We are in a café in Auvers, France. The year is 1890. Joseph Roulin, the Postman, comes forward and sits in one of the chairs. For the next hour, the Postman captures the spirit of van Gogh the man and the essence of van Gogh the artist. The Postman, written and embodied by Ted Zalewski through extensive research into van Gogh’s life and letters, is filled with humor, passion, and joie de vivre.
About Vincent: A Portrait by the Postman Roulin
Praise for Vincent: A Portrait by the Postman Roulin
"In the most natural style, Mr. Zalewski creates the atmosphere of a French cafe in 1890… he crafts a very human, very moving story…(our audience) raved about the experience…Mr. Zalewski was a joy to work with and a consummate professional." Terry Byrne, Boston Globe theater critic
"Bravo! for keeping us at the edge of our seats. Merci beaucoup! " Alliance Francaise de Providence