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Friar Laurence in Mercury Glass Theatre’s production of Romeo and Juliet

Just finished closed as a young Friar Laurence in Mercury Glass Theatre’s production of Romeo and Juliet at the great Teatro LaTea. The Friar is a sort of “peacemaker” between two factions dead set on destruction of the other. And I’m always fascinated how undertaking each new role changes you in some way. This is…

BMW Commercial – National, Olympic Spot – Snowboarder

We just finished our final shoot day for the BMW Commercial, which will be an Olympic spot televised nationally for the 2014 Games! Here’s a photo from the shoot but I have to leave it low-res for now. Check it out, I’m the snowboarder flying through the air at 0:23:

Closing Show for Merry Wives of Windsor

It’s always a mixture of feelings at the end of run. There’s the pure joy of the in-the-moment discoveries of performing. The emotional roller coaster of the character’s journey. The exhaustion of performing every day, and all the rehearsal work that went before it. But like all stories, every journey has a beginning and a…

Trailer released for Savage Haus’ narrative short ‘Carolina Drama’

Very excited to see the new trailer of Savage Haus’ Carolina Drama where I play the lead role of Kid. Written and Directed by the very talented up-and-comer Charles Alexander, this narrative short tells the story of a man in search of his father’s killer. The film will be hitting the 2014 festival circuit. “Carolina…

Opening Night for The Merry Wives of Windsor!

I’m very happy to announce our opening night (tonight) for Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor presented by the Baited Bear Players at Teatro LATEA! Last night’s preview was a great success! Come join us for one of the Bard’s great comedies! From the Baited Bear website: “Set in Renaissance England, The Merry Wives of Windsor navigates national,…

The Resurgence of Shakespeare’s Original Pronunciation (OP)

We have started rehearsals for the “Merry Wives of Windsor” with The Baited Bear Players. We’ll be performing it in the dialect of the time, also known as original pronunciation (OP). Check out the video below to learn more about the resurgence of OP!

Mysteries at the Museum

Very excited to shoot today with the crew on Mysteries at the Museum. Playing role of a famous Mt. Everest climber! Can’t wait.

Broadway World Article: 16th Annual Black Box Theatre Festival

I play a bank manager gone bank robber in the “The Teller’s Tale,” a new comedy written by Julie Weinberg and directed by Kyle Fox. Starts Thursday, June 6th! Check out the press release on Broadway World.

New Theatre and TV Bookings

Exciting news today: I was able to book two new roles! The first is this June, at the Black Box Theatre Festival at The Gallery Players of Park Slope! I’ll be playing the lead, Steve, in a new comedy by Julie Weinberg called The Teller’s Tale. As a test for one of his bank employees,…

Jennifer Muller/The Works Dance Demonstration

Last night I was lucky enough to witness a contemporary dance demonstration at Jennifer Muller/The Works. The company there put on an amazing show in their studio on 24th street. There is something so ethereal about watching artist-athletes who you know have trained for countless hours to bring a few minutes of the most dense…