To quote the founder of Bridge Repertory Theatre, Olivia D'Ambrosio, Kyle W. Porter is: "...an odd chameleon of an actor.."
Since being nominated for an Irene Ryan and completing his degree in Theatre from Dean College (Summa Cum Laude) Kyle has glided and pranced over different stages in New England, New York, and China. He was an apprentice with Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, has classical training, and great comedic timing. He has directed, produced, and organized different live events in the USA and China. He lived in China for almost 5 years, speaks Mandarin fluently, and is HSK level 4 certified. He writes, produces, and stars in his original literary-themed, comedy-satire podcast, The Dead Poets Society Podcast, now in its 4th season. He is an artist in residence with Playwrights' Platform and just got chosen to directed a play by Ben Scranton for their 49th Annual New Play Festival. Recent credits include: Needham Community Theatre's "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Lightning House Player's original musical "The Glassblower's Daughter" and Riverside Theatre Works' "The Bodyguard: The Musical".
When he's not acting, directing, or writing, Kyle enjoys collecting TinTin memorabilia and talking in different funny voices, much to the dismay of those around him.