Tonight, I get to play with the great folks at Theatre in Asylum tonight, as a creator/performer in their really cool night of new politically-minded theatre spun off from their The Continue →
I had the privilege and pleasure of directing Frank McGuinness’s incredible script Carthaginians with the wonderfully talented students of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, which ran for five performances earlier Continue →
I’m once again working with the great folks at The Skeleton Rep, sound designing on the world premiere of Emily Claire Schmitt’s Whatchamacallit: A Play About Jesus. The play is a Continue →
Playwright Lizzie Vieh has written a haunting, beautiful, and terrifying radio drama that I had the privilege to direct and produce, featuring the wonderful voice talents of my friends Laura Continue →
I’ve once again picked up the trumpet for EndTimes Productions—this time, for the brand new Ded Sullivan Show.
I directed a short play in Amios’s monthly SHOTZ series last week (something I do whenever I can, because it’s always a blast), and the fantastic photographer J. D. Hall Continue →
I’ve been leading ghost tours through Greenwich Village as Professor Mortimer, with the company Haunted Manhattan. A recent guest took this shot.
I directed a fun little Halloween-themed radio horror piece for the good folks at DTC Radio—check out Howlin’ at the End Zone, written by Tyler Grimes and starring my friend Continue →
Best Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, and Best Play in The Network One-Act Festival 2014. Very happy to share that I was recognized as the Best Supporting Actor for my role Continue →