Carman Lacivita was recently seen as Bob and Marvin in Marvin's Room on BROADWAY at The American Airlines Theatre with the Roundabout theatre Company and OFF BROADWAY as Colonel Brandon in Bedlam Theatre Company’s acclaimed production of Sense & Sensibility. Carman can also be seen as Malcolm in Macbeth, Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and as Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet in The New Book Press Inc.’s digital movie book series available in iTunes.
BROADWAY: Bob/Marvin in Marvin's Room directed by Anne Kaufman, Valvert in Cyrano de Bergerac opposite Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner directed by David Leveaux.
OFF BROADWAY: Henry 6th in Rose Rage; Henry the 6th Pts. 1, 2, 3 (St. Clair Bayfield Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Shakespeare in NYC, Jeff Award, Drama League Nomination), dir. by Edward Hall, , The Witch of Edmonton, Lorenzaccio, and The Tempest with Red Bull Theater, Lincoln Center Theater Director’s Lab, The Public Theater, The Atlantic, The Pearl, Theater for a New Audience, Primary Stages, The Mint, Project Shaw, The Drama League, and Ars Nova.
INTERNATIONAL/REGIONAL: Bermuda Arts Festival, George is Dead (w/Marlo Thomas) written and directed by Elaine May at The George St. Playhouse/Arizona Theater Company, Chicago Shakespeare, Long Wharf, Contemporary American Theater Festival, Crossroads, Stage West, Ft. Worth, Dallas, and Kentucky Shakespeare Festivals.
TV/FILM: Golden Boy (CBS) Royal Pains (USA), The Chica Show (NBC), Modern Love (pilot), Marino’s (pilot), Cyrano de Bergerac (PBS Great Performances). Carman has an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and a BFA from Texas Christian University. He is a founding member and Artistic Associate of Amphibian Stage Productions, where he has performed in productions including The Understudy, Burn This, Three Days of Rain, Leonce and Lena, Icarus, Fully Committed, & Lonely Planet.
In addition to performing Carman is a Teaching Artist, Acting Coach, Fight Choreographer, and Tennis Pro.