I’ve been horribly guilty of not updating this space. A lot has happened since the last post, and I won’t try to cover everything now. But here’s the latest… Eclipses Group Theater NY’s Hercules: In Search of a Hero, conceived and directed by Ioanna Katsarou, and translated, co-produced and co-starring yours truly, performed at Abrons Arts […]
Demetri is an actor, singer, writer and composer based in NY.
Selected theatre credits: Measure for Measure, The Winter’s Tale, The Caucasian Chalk Circle (NYIT-nominated, Best Production), and The Taming of the Shrew (Hipgnosis Theatre Co); Barefoot in the Park (Two River Theatre); King Lear, The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Merry Wives of Windsor (Hudson Warehouse); Secrets (Marvell Rep); The Island (Pig Iron Theatre Co.); the musicals Burt Dow, Deep Water Man (Opera House Arts) and Opa! (Queens Theatre and The Directors Company); and the operas Dinner and Delusion (Cell Theatre) and Sogno di Una Notte di Mezza Estate (Orvieto, Italy).
Film appearances include Esther (winner, Athens, OH, International Film Festival) and The Shuffle.
Demetri studied mathematics and theater at Swarthmore College and Villanova University, piano and music theory and harmony at Athens Conservatory, Commedia dell’Arte with Antonio Fava, neutral mask, clown and bouffon with Sarah Sanford and Giovanni Fusetti, and classical voice with Julian Rodescu. He speaks English and Greek fluently, intermediate French and Italian, and Ancient Greek.
Demetri is an avid runner. He used to run fast; now he runs far.
It’s been a busy summer: In June, I shot an episode of The Haunting Of. Air date TBD.
The film Esther, in which I play a nice supporting role,
[Bonaros] sings a stunning duetPhiladelphia Arcade
a company of accomplished singers … leading man Demetrios Bonaros nicely transits through the stages of life, from yearning boy to demented grandfatherTotalTheater.com
Providing comic relief … Elbow (Bonaros) joins Lucio […] and Pompey […] in hilarious shenanigans [...]The Villager
The cast members' (especially Callari, Bonaros, and Goodgold) stunning, powerful voices reverberate forcefully against the tiny theater's walls.The L Magazine
Demetrios Bonaros does a hilarious bit with a cane.The Daily Gazette
Bonaros… gives a marvelous and multi-faceted performance as he sings, dances, plays piano, and picks pockets.TheatreScene.net
Bonaros […] was a very believable, hysterical priest.The National Herald
commanding performer […] penetrating, concert-worthy voice.Blog Critics Magazine
Bonaros […] acts the goofy, hippiesque Mysterious Man with winning style. He is developing a talent for portraying counter-culture types that appears both honest and knowing.Main Line Life
Bonaros’ […] a cappella music in this production adds a lot of depth and texture […] The vocal work in this production is some of the finest I have heard in indie theatre.NYTheatre.com