Well I think that you did the right thing in reporting the incident and in also having someone else with you for the remainder of the shows. Although you will probably feel that it is not you that needs to be ‘minded’ but the actor in question. I hope that you also make a formal written complaint as well. Whilst nothing may progress any further than the steps that have already been taken, it will establish a documented account of what happened and when.
The problem here may not be related to this actor (as this may just be him loosing his cool and not something that he would actually follow through on). However, once the show is over and you are back in the theatre
on a new show, without someone shadowing you, you may start to feel alone and anxious. Should this get to the stage
where you have to leave, you have a documented causative factor. Now this is going to extremes but I do know of people that have been threatened in the workplace and been unable to return
Hopefully it was a moment of stupidity on the part of the actor and something that would not go any further. On the other hand
however, the situation could be unresolved in his mind.
I suggest that you look at your options and talk to co-workers as only you know the situation, and there are several variables that will impact upon what you next steps are.
I hope that this turns out to be one of life’s lessons and nothing more.