October 2007

Inspecting Carol at Vermont Stage was shameless fun.

Getting to play a really, really bad actor is one of those treats any actor relishes, and I had a high old time with it.  High point: imagine me playing Dickens’ Tiny Tim while channeling Richard III, add a bad wig and — well, you get the idea.  The plot loosely sets Gogol’s The Inspector General in a struggling regional theater mounting a horribly threadbare production of A Christmas Carol. The audience laughed themselves silly at this warped valentine to the acting profession, and we performers had just as good a time.  For reviews and a picture, please click here.

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I am a professional actor living in New York. This web site will provide you with an overview of my career, as well as with the details of what I'm up to currently.