The Foreigner Wins 2014 Carbonell Award for Best Production of a Play!

Last night, I attended the 39th Annual Carbonell Awards in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as part of the delegation from the fabulous Maltz Jupiter Theatre. And I’m thrilled to share the news that our production of The Foreigner, in which I played the title character, beat out the impressive competition to land the coveted 2014 Best Production […]

Fun Q&A For My Carbonell Awards Best Actor Nomination!

Here’s a link to a silly and fun Q&A session I did for South Florida’s Carbonell Awards, as a Best Actor in a Play nominee for my work in Larry Shue’s wonderful comedy The Foreigner at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre.  Win or lose, I’m looking forward to attending the ceremony with the Maltz Jupiter team in Ft. […]

I Received a Carbonell Award Nomination For Best Actor in “The Foreigner”!

I received a wonderful voicemail recently from the fabulous Andrew Kato, wunderkind and Producing Artistic Director of the beautiful Maltz Jupiter Theatre.  Andrew wanted me to know that the theatre received a total of 14 nominations for South Florida’s Carbonell Awards.  Five of the nominations were for our fall 2014 production of Larry Shue’s wonderfully silly […]

American Theatre Magazine Online Includes Photo From The Foreigner!

Well, this is a nice little surprise: American Theatre magazine’s online weekly roundup of photos from regional theatre productions includes a shot from our Maltz Jupiter Theatre production of The Foreigner! You can see the shot in their slideshow by clicking here. If you’re in the Jupiter, Florida area and are in need of an evening of […]

You Never Know Where I’ll Turn Up Next

I had to laugh the other day.  Well, I laugh at some point pretty much every day, but this was for a particular reason.  My friend Beth Hylton, a fellow UNC-Chapel Hill PATP graduate, and co-star in the recent Maltz Jupiter Theatre production of The 39 Steps, sent me an e-mail to let me know […]

September 2009

A Vermont Stage Gala! Vermont Stage Company invited me to take part in their 10th Anniversary Gala.  I was honored.  I presented scenes from our huge VSC hit productions of The Foreigner and King Lear, and helped narrate the entire evening, alongside Artistic Director Mark Nash, and his wife and Associate Artistic Director, Kathryn Blume.  […]

October 2005

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 […]