Ben Huber (Peer Gynt), who makes his debut with the San Francisco Symphony at these performances, is an actor whose New York credits include Daniel Sullivan's Midsummer Night's Dream in Central Park for the New York Shakespeare Festival/Public Theater, Perfect Harmony at the Clurman Theater, and Sextet at New York Theater Workshop, among others. Regionally, he has been seen in Zoe Kazan's Absalom at Actor's Theater of Louisville/Humana Festival, Between Us Chickens at South Coast Repertory, The Importance of Being Earnest at Baltimore’s Centerstage, Eurydice at The Wilma in Philadelphia, Or at The Magic Theater in San Francisco, and, most recently, The Glass Menagerie at Seattle Repertory Theater. He also develops and performs his own original work, most notably Scratch and Live and Smokin' for Studio Tisch in New York City, and Don't Knock It, which premiered at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles. He holds an MFA from the Graduate Acting Program at New York University‘s Tisch School of the Arts.