Robert last appeared in BTE’s Don’t Dress for Dinner. Other BTE credits include Glass Menagerie, Homeward Bound, Hamlet, Bedroom Farce, Angels in America, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, 70 Scenes of Halloween, Blithe Spirit, Fuddy Meers, Art, Sylvia, Three Days of Rain, Baltimore Waltz, Noises Off, The Woman in Black, I Was a Beautiful Day (U.S. premiere), Moonlight and Magnolias, Private Lives, Shining City, Drawer Boy and Leading Ladies. Some of Bailey’s other favorite credits include: a critically acclaimed production of A Moon for the Misbegotten (Tyrone), Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Valmont) and Lips Together, Teeth Apart (Sam) with Circle Theatre; Our Town (George), Equus (Dysart) and Rope (Rupert) with Bailiwick Repertory; Relationship Hell with Strawdog, Shadowlands (C.S. Lewis) with Borealis; and the premiere of Jamie Pachino’s Children of Cain with the Playwrights Center. Before Chicago, Bailey spent a year at the professional regional theater Players’ Theatre in Columbus, OH, where he played Peter in Prelude to a Kiss and Young Skrudge in the musical A Country Christmas Carol. Bailey also spent two summers in stock with Southern Appalachian Repertory where he played Cliff in Cabaret and originated the roles of Lonny in The Battle of Shallowford and E.J. Fikes in Echo 4 mi.