Chase Ramsey

Chase Ramsey

Chase Ramsey is a Film and Television actor and the host of the award winning show California Dream Eater.



He is also the co-host for the Food Network show 'Farmers Market Flip'. A sequel to Lara Spencer's 'Flea Market Flip'.



Chase resides with his family in L.A. and Utah.



Chase is a foodie at...
Chase Ramsey is a Film and Television actor and the host of the award winning show California Dream Eater.



He is also the co-host for the Food Network show 'Farmers Market Flip'. A sequel to Lara Spencer's 'Flea Market Flip'.



Chase resides with his family in L.A. and Utah.



Chase is a foodie at heart and spends all of his time off screen/stage spending time in restaurants around the world.



Also directs for the stage around the united states having directed works with some of the premiere stages in the U.S. He is focused on new works and diverse contemporary theatre.



A playwright, "The Interview (or) The Transplant Venom called Claustrophobia". He also writes for the screen with "& Juan" and "The Interview" which have been featured in Festivals all over the U.S.



Co-Creator of Warboy Theatre Projects, a non-profit new works based theatre company that focuses on unconventional process based work. He is also Co-Creator of Connections Theatre Projects: Theatre for communities with Autism, which uses theatre as therapy for children with Autism.


In 2013 Chase became the Director of Entertainment for one of the largest conventions in the united states. FantasyCon caters to more that 60,000-80,000 people annually and covers 50,000 square feet of adventure.

Chase is a proud Member of the Society of Stage Director and Choreographers Union (SDC) and Dramatists Guild of America.

Plays

  • A Smoke Break for Sisyphus
    An interaction takes place between characters that mirrors the struggle of Sisyphus. Sisyphus was, according to Homer, a wise mortal who spurned the idea of death and mocked the Gods. As punishment, he spent a life in the Underworld, eternally forced to push a boulder up a hill. When the boulder reached the top, it rolled back down, and his task started again. Such as Sisyphus, the characters in the play are...
    An interaction takes place between characters that mirrors the struggle of Sisyphus. Sisyphus was, according to Homer, a wise mortal who spurned the idea of death and mocked the Gods. As punishment, he spent a life in the Underworld, eternally forced to push a boulder up a hill. When the boulder reached the top, it rolled back down, and his task started again. Such as Sisyphus, the characters in the play are seemingly trapped in the menial tasks of business and struggle with the question of whether to remain or seek escape. Most in this world experience the same menial life in their jobs. It aks the question 'Wouldn't it be better to starve than to live a life of misery'. Passion is our only truth.