October 2003

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!

May 2003

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 […]

November 2002

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 […]

January 2002

“A Godot Worth Waiting For!” The Vermont Stage Company production of Waiting for Godot was a huge hit with critics and audiences.  We received three reviews, all raves, and sold out almost every performance, turning people away at most shows even after adding extra seats.  This, despite snowstorms!  It was a wonderful experience onstage and […]

December 2001

I’ve been cast as Vladimir in Waiting for Godot at Vermont Stage Company in Burlington, Vermont Mark Nash, Artistic Director of VSC, is directing this production, which performs  January 23rd-February 3rd.  This is a dream role for me, a wonderful cast & production staff, and I couldn’t be more thrilled.  Special thanks to agent Jerre […]

June 2001

I performed in a workshop of the new musical-in-progress Elephant & Castle by Rick Lake at the Rich Forum, in Stamford, CT Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s timeless Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There, this musical transports some of Carroll’s characters to World War II London, where a young girl named Alice may […]

May 2001

I returned for my fifth consecutive year as a Performer for the Vermont Young Playwrights Festival in Burlington, VT This extraordinary program is offered annually by Vermont Stage Company.  Professional actors and directors present two solid days of performances and cold readings of short scripts written by Middle School and High School Students from Vermont.  […]

February 2001

I performed in the US Premiere of The Brecht File at the Clarence Brown Theatre, Knoxville, TN This production was directed by Veronika Nowag-Jones of the Berliner Ensemble, with an original score by New York jazz artist Sirone.  The play is written by George Tabori, world-renowned Brecht expert and long-standing luminary of the Berliner Ensemble.  […]