I performed in my 10th consecutive year at the Vermont Young Playwrights Festival. This year’s roles included a film-noir detective, an arrogant Frenchman, an easy-going Death, and more.
I’m delighted to say that Vermont Stage Company asked me back to appear in their original holiday production, Winter Tales. The show sold out and garnered rave reviews. Looks like the start of a great holiday tradition for the theatre! I read a funny, sharp and wise story written especially for the occasion by noted […]
FOREIGNER X3! I played Charlie in Vermont Stage Company’s production of The Foreigner. This was my third production of this great comedy, and I found new surprises with the Vermont Stage cast. Artistic Director Mark Nash, who directed Waiting for Godot, directed me again for this show, which was a huge critical and box office […]
I performed in my 9th consecutive year at the Vermont Young Playwrights Festival. This year’s roles included a shy guy on a blind date with a shrew, Adam, a suspected jewel thief, Satan on the Dating Game, and a lowlife, motel-hopping vampire with poor taste in after-life partners. Some memorable roles!
I performed in the Samuel French 10-Minute Play Festival on June 19th in NYC.
MAY 2004: I performed in my 8th consecutive year at the Vermont Young Playwrights Festival. This year’s roles included a singing pirate, a repentant murderer with short-term memory loss, a Dudley Do-Right policeman and a travel agent modeled on Bugs Bunny.
I presented the first work-in-progress reading of my new 3-actor full-length version of Through the Looking-Glass Darkly — a Dream Play about Lewis Carroll at NYU’s Fales Library to an audience of over 50 Carroll experts, assisted by actors Tim Sheahan and Elizabeth London. The response was terrific!
I appeared in my 7th consecutive year at the Vermont Young Playwrights Festival I appeared in 5 winning scripts, as well as cold readings. My roles ranged from a sweet uncle who spoke only Polish to a singing bank robber to an orthodontist hooked on laughing gas. Who could ask for anything more? While there […]
I appeared as Njegus in Knoxville Opera’s production of The Merry Widow. I was delighted to make my first appearance with an opera company, performing the speaking role of Njegus, the wily personal secretary and general problem-solver in Knoxville Opera Company’s fall production of Franz Lehar’s classic operetta. Francis Graffeo was the conductor, and Roger […]
I returned for my sixth straight year of performing in the wonderful Vermont Young Playwrights Program. I took part in six staged readings plus cold readings over the course of the 2-day festival. Once again, a great program and a great experience for all involved.