Larry Nehring was a student at the National Theatre Institute and earned his BA and MSEd from the University of Rochester. He was Artistic Director of the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival for nine seasons and has worked at most theaters in Northeast Ohio as an actor, director, fight choreographer, and sign language interpreter. His play End of the Road was a semifinalist at the National Playwrights Conference and was workshopped as part of LAUNCH at Cleveland's PlayhouseSquare. He is also a member of Dobama Theatre's Playwrights' GYM where he has workshopped new works including two full scripts, Duel Intents and End of the Road as well as numerous smaller pieces still in progress.
Regional acting credits include Porthouse Theatre, Beck Center for the Arts, Great Lakes Theater Festival, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, Contemporary American Theatre Company (CATCO), and Buffalo's Shakespeare in Delaware Park. Mr. Nehring has worked with many educational theatre programs including Solon Center for the Arts, Chagrin Academy, Great Lakes Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Magical Theatre, Weathervane Community Playhouse, Cleveland School of the Arts, and residencies with Marion L. Steele High School which commissioned Romeo & Juliet: Produced & Directed by Quince. He starred in the PBS Miniseries The War That Made America as George Washington.
He is a proud member of Actors Equity Association, SAG/AFTRA, and the Dramatists Guild.