Gripping, propulsive, the technically assured Hudock, who looks as if he has just stepped out of a boyband, is a terrific innocent-but-passionate Romeo
Sean is an actor and producer based in New York and London. In film he starred in Private Romeo (New York Times Critics’ Pick; Grand Jury Award, Outstanding Actor in a Feature Film, HBO Outfest Los Angeles), Powerless opposite Kelli Giddish and the short English (Gold Remi winner).Theatre includes Sex with Strangers at Cleveland Play House (Cleveland Critics Circle nomination, Best Actor), The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial opposite Ed Asner, James Cromwell, and Sharon Gless for LA Theatre Works, nine seasons with the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey including The Diary of Anne Frank, The Comedy of Errors, The Lion In Winter opposite Tom Pelphrey and Lisa Harrow, Twelfth Night, Romeo & Juliet, Brecht’s Life of Galileo, tours of The Tempest, The Comedy of Errors, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet and the title role in Henry VI Part 3. He starred as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet for We Happy Few, Washington D.C; She Calls Me Firefly for Parity Productions, NY; 16 roles in Titan Theatre’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream where audiences picked actor roles from a hat seconds before the show began (2014 Best of Queens), Wayne Lemon’s Jesus Hates Me for Emigrant Theater, MN; and Ionesco’s The Chairs at Teatr Yunova Zritelya, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Sean was a producer on the commercial transfer of Ars Nova’s Small Mouth Sounds. Work he has developed through his company Wild Root Co has appeared at Arena Stage and Primary Stages.
Performed to perfection – Shakespeare himself would spring for a ticket to Private Romeo – especially when the performances are this good
Hudock gives a shrewd, emotionally resonant performance, a lady killer by trade, toned enough to bounce all sorts of currency off of…Hudock, sprawled on a couch, follows this request by pushing an empty juice glass he’s found in the kitchen across a coffee table with his bare foot. (He shed his wet socks and boots upon arrival, making himself brazenly at home.) The seemingly offhanded gesture, and this production is filled with them, is pretty brilliant – it’s innocently flirtatious, and yet packs a carnal charge
A fine performer, Hudock has a wonderfully deft way of maneuvering the boardwalk
She Calls Me Firefly makes extraordinary demands on Hudock who rises to the occasion
Hudock deftly captures the gradually revealed strength of young Philip. Hudock’s boy monarch at first fools Henry into thinking of him as callow. However it isn’t long until he reveals that he is a fearsome foe without removing the smile from his face