Carleton Bluford

Carleton Bluford was Ensemble in Pioneer Theater Company’s, It happened one Christmas and the Regional premier of The Count of Monte Cristo. He also played Riff Raff in Rocky Horror Picture Show, Graffiti Pete in Pioneer Theater Company’s “In the Heights”, and Joshua Moore in the Pioneer’s reading of AN ALABAMA STORY. Carleton has previously appeared in Plan-B's WALLACE, SLAM and THE THIRD CROSSING which was nominated for three Arty Awards in Salt Lake City Weekly. Other acting credits include JESUS CHRIST, SUPERSTAR (Park City's Egyptian Theatre), RAGTIME (Hale Center Theatre), “The Overwhelming”, (Salt Lake Acting Company), RUINED (People Productions), and “Civil War” with Merrill Osmond (Hale Centre Theatre). Recent film credits include You May Now Kill The bride (A lifetime Original Movie) Saints & Soldiers: The Void, Stop Pepper Palmer (Best Supporting Actor, WorldFest Houston) and most recently, the remake of Saturday’s Warrior. As a playwright, his play BREATHE was read as part of the Utah AIDS Foundation/Plan-B AIDS Plays and his play NIGGAH was read as part of the Edward Lewis Black Theatre Festival. MAMA was his first full-length production at Plan-B.