Artist Bio

Jonathan Weir

Jonathan Weir

(Bio as of December 2015)

Goodman credits include 2666, Candide, The Visit and several seasons as Jacob Marley in A Christmas Carol and a brief stint as Ebenezer Scrooge.  Additional Chicago credits include King Charles III and Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks’ Twelfth Night at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; The Merry Widow at Lyric Opera of Chicago; Days Like Today, The Liar, A Little Night Music, Bach at Leipzig, Arms and the Man, The Doctor’s Dilemma, Misalliance and The Father at Writers Theatre; Stepping Out at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; Billy Elliot, Ragtime and The Most Happy Fella at Drury Lane Theatre; Side Show at Northlight Theatre and The First and Grand Hotel at Marriott Theatre. Broadway credits include The Lion King. His national tours include Jafar in Disney’s Aladdin, Jersey Boys (Chicago company), The Lion King (first and second national tours) and Scrooge the Musical. Weir is an adjunct professor of theater in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Loyola University Chicago.

 

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With Goodman Theatre

  • Candide Candide
    1011 Season
    Play by Leonard Bernstein and Mary Zimmerman
    Directed by Mary Zimmerman
  • A Christmas Carol 2006 A Christmas Carol 2006
    0607 Season
    Play by Tom Creamer
    Directed by William Brown
  • A Christmas Carol 2005 A Christmas Carol 2005
    0506 Season
    Play by Tom Creamer
    Directed by Kate Buckley
  • A Christmas Carol 2002 A Christmas Carol 2002
    0203 Season
    Play by Tom Creamer
    Directed by Kate Buckley
  • The Visit The Visit
    0102 Season
    Play by Kander and Ebb et al.
    Directed by Frank Galati
  • A Christmas Carol 2000 A Christmas Carol 2000
    0001 Season
    Play by Tom Creamer
    Directed by Henry Godinez
  • 2666 2666
    1516 Season
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    Directed by Robert Falls and Seth Bockley | Based on the novel by Roberto Bolaño, translated by Natasha Wimmer
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