Parag S. Gohel -




Parag S. Gohel is a University of Pittsburgh graduate with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and B.S. in Psychology.  He has played numerous roles on the Pitt Rep stage including:  Constantine in Charles Mee’s Big Love, the Suitor and the Groom (Lomov) in The Bear & The Proposal & The Wedding, the Sleepwalker in Nocturnal Wanderer, Jerry in Tales of the Lost Formicans, the Woodcutter in Rashomon,  and the Lover in A Woman Alone.  


In addition to acting, Parag has a passion for music and editing, and sound designed several shows and festivals at Pitt including:  Family StoriesThe Bald SopranoThe ChairsThe Truth TellerThe Real Inspector Hound, and Redeye Theatre Project 3.0.  He went on to become the Resident Sound Designer for Prime Stage Theatre’s 2007-2008 season. 


Since graduation, Parag has been working as a professional actor and designer for various theatre companies in Pittsburgh and New York, including:   Unseam’d Shakespeare (Tarudante in The Constant Prince), Pandora’s Box (Demetrius inTitus Andronicus,  title role in Amphitryon, and Ensemble in Chantecler), Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks (Banquo in Macbeth), Bakerloo Theatre Project (Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Paris in Romeo & Juliet, First Voice in Under Milk Wood, Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night, the Captain inThe Love of the Nightingale), and Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre (Gallus/Ensemble in Antony & Cleopatra, during which time he earned his Equity Member Candidate status).    

Currently, he lives in Pittsburgh and manages Té Café in Squirrel Hill, where he has organized and hosted several Open Mic  Nights, facilitated numerous fundraisers and participated in several staged readings for various theatre companies.  He would love for you to stop by sometime and chat with you over a cup of tea.