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Anthony Darnell is a musician and artist living in Seattle, WA.

In 2011, Anthony formed The West with drummer Bob Husak. In 2013, The West released their debut album In Low Light and a music video for “It was Disco and it’s Over.” The West released the Clock Is Ticking EP in December 2013 and their second full-length album, Never The Place, in August 2014.

In 2015, The West played at SXSW and, to date, they have completed three West Coast Tours.

In 2017, The West reformed as Killer Workout and released their debut EP, A Matter of Stye.

He is a Founding Member and former Managing Artistic Director (2007-2011) of The Satori Group: an ensemble theatre that unites innovative multi-media, dynamic physical styles, and contemporary content in live performance.

In June 2015, Anthony appeared in Dirty at ACT Theatre; co-produced by Washington Ensemble Theatre.

Anthony appeared in SEATEETH with John Osebold as part of the City Art’s Festival and SAM Remix. With The Satori Group he has performed in Fabulous Prizes, Winky, and Tragedy: a tragedy. He is currently filming an independent horror film.

Anthony is a two-time Cincinnati Entertainment Award Nominee (CEA), once for Best Supporting Actor in Kimberly Akimbo and once for Best Alternative Production of iLove: which he co-wrote, directed, and performed. In 2007, Anthony was awarded the Cincinnati Enquirer Rising Star Acclaim Award.

As a playwright his piece (rsvp) received City Beat’s Critic’s Pick and he was awarded the Theatre Artist Project (TAP) Grant. His pieces have been performed professionally by Know Theatre, New Stage Collective, The Satori Group, and at the the Weston Art Gallery. He is a proud graduate of the Dramatic Performance Program at CCM.