July 20, 2020
TBA Late Winter/ Early Spring project...
A CHRISTMAS STORY, THE MUSICAL
PIONEER THEATRE COMPANY
- I am SO delighted to announce that I will be heading out west to this celebrated theater to play THE OLD MAN in this fantastic musical version of the beloved film. At the helm is
Karen Azenberg. There are promises of major awards, Red Ryder Carbine BB guns and lots and lots of faux cussing. If you are in Salt Lake City, come check us out from 12/9-12/24/2022
Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.
I will be returning to play Tony Whitcomb in Washington's hilarious whodunit comeback production through June 12th!
Magnum P.I. #416 Air Date
- Catch my guest star spot as Maxwell the finance bro -- who has a bone to pick with millennials... ON CBS/ PARAMOUNT + March 11@9pm
Magnum pi - Episode 416--
Guest Star Booking!
Coming in 2022--
More info to come. Shooting in January in Honolulu, HI
Pieces of the Moon-Streaming Events
Playing Neil Armstrong in PIECES OF THE MOON
presented by Stages Rep (Houston) and One Year Lease (Brooklyn)
Pieces of the Moon
THE RADIO PLAY
by Nick Flint
A new stage play adapted to a radio play for live streaming.
Prepare to blast off on an exploration of two Americas told through the perspective of Gil Scott-Heron legendary poet, musician, and "godfather of rap.”
Pieces of the Moon is a theatrical jazz riff blending clashing economic and social priorities. It explores the rise of the Black Arts Movement alongside the Apollo 11 mission which landed the first person on the moon.
Tickets only $10 HERE. Have your headphones standing by!
First airing on July 20, 2020 with the following theaters:
Stages in Houston, TX - 7pm local
One Year Lease in New York, NY - 8pm local
Hammer Theater Center in San Jose, CA - 7pm local
Commissioned and Developed by One Year Lease Theatre Company
Directed by Ianthe Demos
Sound Design by Brendan Aanes
RECIPIENT: Artist Relief Grant
May 28, 2020
I am slack-jawed to announce that I am a recipient of an unrestricted 5,000$ grant through Artist Relief. THANK YOU to United States Artists and the coalition of grant makers including the Mellon Foundation and Americans for the Arts who came together to create the emergency initiative. Being an artist and trying to make ends meet is hard enough during normal times. Thank you, Thank you Thank you! More info in article embedded below: