Graham recently completed the Berkshire Theater Festival run of "Constellations", by Nick Payne.

"Constellations" played the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, MA.  The production re-teamed Graham with wife Kate Baldwin, under the direction of Gregg Edelman.

Read the full Boston Globe review here.

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Graham took large steps in the heralded run of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Two River Theatre. He reprised his role as Miles Gloriosus from the Williamstown Theatre Festival production.

' “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” was last mounted on Broadway in 1996 ... It’s now time for it to come back—and this is how it ought to be done.'

Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

Graham starred as Jeff Moss in Bells Are Ringing at Berkshire Theatre Group opposite Kate Baldwin.

"Graham Rowat as Jeff, the playwright, is smooth and suave." - The Westfield News

"Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat (husband and wife off-stage) are both engaging actors who dominate the stage and invite us to believe in their romance. Their chemistry is palpable and their luxuriant voices perfect for such standards as “Just in Time,” “Long Before I Knew You,” and “The Party’s Over.” - The Arts Fuse

"Graham Rowat, plays Jeffrey Moss, the blocked playwright with whom Ella falls in love. Moss is supposed to be a tall handsome guy—not a stretch at all for Rowat. He has a gorgeous voice, and more important, he is believable." - The Berkshire Review

"Graham Rowat is charming and makes a plain man into a hero by not going overboard as a disappointed drunk or a man drunk with love. Like Baldwin he pleases in songs and scenes and he never brings to mind any other actor I’ve seen in the role. Jeffery Moss, playwright, is born anew in Rowat’s performance and that is a true delight." - Berkshire Edge

"Graham Rowat has an equally appealing everyman charm and handsome voice." - Times Union


Released May 12, 2015, Graham narrates the new audiobook, Blood Ties" by Nicholas Guild, now available from


Graham plays investigator Ezekial Hunt in "A Long and Lonely Fall", a radio play set in the floating city of Columbia.