Evan Faram was a force of nature--and was respected for not only his musical and theatrical talents but also for his warmth, energy and heart. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, he was a 2006 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, and graduated in 2010 from Southwestern University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre. He studied acting at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London and was an acting intern at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia and the Cortland Repertory Theatre in New York. He appeared in musical and plays at the Sierra Repertory Theatre in California, the Jenny Wiley Theatre in Kentucky, the Mazzepah Theatre Company in Philadelphia and the Battersea Center Theatre in London to name a few. He was a founding member of the acclaimed Cooper Street Improv Troupe, and with is brother created TheCoolestStuffinTexas.com.

Evan was a Pantochino ‘pioneer’ and was instrumental in the company’s early days. With a zest for life, an infectious laugh, he was a company member, a supporter, a cheerleader and the most loving, caring man one could ever know. He played the title role in “Teen Santa,” D-Rac in “Groovy Ghoulies” and Reed in “Special Breakfast.”

Gone too soon, Pantochino will never forget Evan and his contributions to our company, his friends, family and everyone who came to know this phenomenal man.

Pantochino’s 2019/20 Season is dedicated to Evan Faram.

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