Bruce Kuhn regularly tours his solo performances of The Gospel of Luke, Acts, Tales of Tolstoy and Cotton Patch Gospel to universities and churches across North America and Europe. Bruce has performed for many Christian conferences over the years, including the IFES World Assembly (International Fellowship of Evangelical Students) in the Netherlands, evangelism conferences in Germany with Michael Green, the Keswick Convention in England, Vision New England in Boston, Festival '99 with Franklin Graham in Scotland, and before 20,000 students at the Urbana Missions Conferences ('93, '96 & '00) in Illinois. He has taught storytelling courses in nine countries and for two seminaries: Regent College in Canada and Oxford University (Wycliffe Hall) in England. He was also on staff for three years with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship as an Evangelism Specialist. He appeared on Broadway in Les Miserables as Montparnasse (and understudied Javert and Thenardier) until he joined the National Tour of Chess. He also did the National Tour of Cotton Patch Gospel, the Harry Chapin musical. Three seasons at Actor's Theatre of Louisville saw him in roles as diverse as D'Artagnan in The Three Musketeers, Carl the homeless psychotic in Holy Ghosts, and Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Bruce received his classical actor training and Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington, Seattle, and later trained under Uta Hagen in New York City.