New Year and New Projects!

Sorry I haven’t posted in quite a while. Many who know me have heard that the wonderful Cheers Live on Stage tour shuttered suddenly halfway through its Chicago run.  The producers simply never found an effective way to advertise the show and accomplish the all-important task of selling tickets. The entire company was devastated by the […]

Big News: I’m in the “Cheers Live On Stage” National Tour!

At last I can share this news: I’m playing the fabulous role of the mysterious Eric Finch in the upcoming Cheers Live On Stage national tour, which opens this September where I grew up: Boston, MA. I’m beyond thrilled to be working again with the fantastic and delightful Matt Lenz (who directed me in the award-winning 30th Anniversary production […]

Great Reviews for “Like Money in the Bank”

Well, “Like Money in the Bank” has closed, so I’ve taken a look at the reviews.  I’m so happy the play and production received so many nice notices.  And I’m tickled that critics enjoyed my work, as I had a great time performing my three very different roles: The cast is made up of bold, […]

The Return of Sherlock Holmes

I’ve been so busy so far this year that I’m just now trying to catch up with some posts.  Back in 2015, I performed the role of the world’s greatest detective in a staged reading of Greg Oliver Bodine’s new play, A Requiem for Sherlock Holmes, which combines two famous Conan Doyle short stories into a […]

I’m Appearing in a Staged Reading of a New Drama December 7-8 in NYC

I’m appearing in a staged reading of a new drama by Sam Affoumado called Straight Talking.  It’s a play that examines the damage caused by “reparative therapy” practices that seek to convert gay men to heterosexual life. I play Jonah, a self-proclaimed ex-gay man who runs one of these misguided therapy practices.  My husband noted that George […]

One More Sneak Peek Performance of “Through The Looking-Glass Darkly”!

First: Thank you to everyone who managed to make it to one of my four “sneak peek” staged readings of my new play Through the Looking-Glass Darkly as part of the Alice150 conference last week in NYC. The audience response and feedback afterward was truly humbling. I’m extremely excited that people are so entertained and moved by this […]

Through the Looking-Glass Darkly Sneak Peek at Alice150 in NYC!

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be presenting four “sneak peek” performances of my new 75-minute solo play Through the Looking-Glass Darkly, or Lewis Carroll and the Pursuit of Innocence, at Columbia University’s Butler Library on October 6th and 7th as part of the international ALICE150 conference. You probably know that Lewis Carroll wrote two of the […]

Taming of the Shrew for NY Classical Theatre

Apologies!  I’m posting this very late, but we’re coming to the end of our long run of The Taming of the Shrew for NY Classical Theatre.  I play Gremio, the rich and cranky old suitor to the young and seemingly virtuous Bianca. For those of you who have never seen a production by NYCT, they are […]

I’m Playing Multiple Roles in a Staged Reading of “A Question of Country”

I’m delighted to share that I’m going to be playing multiple juicy roles in a staged reading of a fascinating new fact-based play about apartheid called A Question of Country by the supremely talented Janet Neipris.  Janet is head of graduate screenwriting and playwrighting at NYU, and has turned out a host of wonderful writers in […]

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 […]