The War For Free Will Is About To Begin

Robert E. Tucker as Thales

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About Thales:

Born in MIletus in Asia Minor in 624 BC, Thales was a philosopher who attempted to explain natural phenomenon without reference to mythology. This practical approach earned him the reputation as the Father of Science. But the Fates are tricky, and Thales was chosen as the Hand of Prometheus; finding himself in the middle of the mythology he had spent his life debunking. As Hand of Prometheus, he stayed true to his goals, trying to free mankind from the influence of supernatural forces. He negotiated a treaty between the Gentry and the Slaugh at the Battle of Grunwald. This treaty was supposed to ensure that humanity would be able to continue without interference from either side. The years of enforcing that treaty have taken their toll and Thales is ready for a new Hand of Prometheus to arise and continue the fight.
About Robert E. Tucker:


Robert Tucker was born in Rome, NY and was cast in his first stage role at the age of 7.  Somewhat of a performance addict, he grew up doing local and regional theater, at one point at a pace of about 6-8 stage productions per year.  Following his early recognized love for musical theater, he attended the University at Buffalo, where he would develop his voice while exploring a predisposition toward operatic singing.  

Robert earned his BFA in Music Theatre and a Masters of Education as part of an arts education pilot program.  He currently teaches drama at Edgewood High School in Edgewood, Maryland.

Primarily a stage actor, Robert excels at projects that make use of his penchant for brilliant singing as well as physical theater, which was recognized when he won a WATCH Award in 2014 for his performance as Player 2 in Colonial Players of Annapolis' production of Shipwrecked. Robert's other notable regional roles include Ché In Evita, Leonardo in Eye of the Beheld (World Premier), the Courier in 1776, and Jonas Fogg in Sweeney Todd.  Robert has also enjoyed amateur turns as Freddie in Chess, Robert in The Drowsy Chaperone, Princeton in Avenue Q, Marius in Les Miserables, and Barrett in Titanic.  

Robert also enjoys opera roles from time to time, having played the conniving St. Brioche in The Merrywidow, and Monsier Vogelsang in The Impresario for Buffalo Opera Unlimited.

Robert's first film roles were projects of fellow students at University, he enjoyed a brief professional relationship with the Key Pixel Gathering of Filmmakers as set crew and in some minor roles in their original science fiction movie series, UFC, and also had a turn playing Hermes in the never-released fan-made film, Stargate Hades.
Robert resides in Harford County Maryland with his Wife, Amy, and his two giant cats.