In the last few years I’ve been really lucky to stay consistently busy doing theatre, film, and web work without leaving New York.
With that said, I admit I love traveling, and relish the idea of doing what I love in a new place.
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Workin’ It with Laura Benanti: Beloved Barista
I try to show a Tony Winner how to pour latte art and get through the morning rush. Let it suffice to say there are some things not everyone can do.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
In summer 2018 I got to cross a dream Shakespeare role off my list and play Puck in Smith Street Stage’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We performed for two weeks in Smith Street’s beautiful Brooklyn home of Carroll Park before transferring inside to The Actors Fund in downtown Brooklyn.
I played Caliban in Smith Street Stage’s production of The Tempest. In addition to being nominated for three New York Innovative Theatre Awards, this production took home the big honor of the night with Best Revival!
I got to head to Maine with the Renovationists for a week to workshop and premiere Else Went’s play Three Seconds. A story told at a remote lighthouse over two generations, Three Seconds is the story of a family’s struggle to stay together in the face of resentment, jealousy, and isolation. The brisk chill and rolling fogs of Maine in October provided the perfect backdrop to this chilling story.
I got to work with my friends at On The Rocks in the staging of their newest work, Fred. The story of a lonely robot, his comatose mother, and a Carpenter’s tribute band touring the outer spiral of the solar system, Fred was a hit in its premiere at Dixon Place.