Today is the day: Opening night for The Narrow Gate for the Source Festival! I’m very excited to finally get this show in front of an audience, and I do hope that you’ll join us to see it along with several other short, original plays in a night of theater fun. For tickets, please go to the link here and make sure to mark your calendar with the dates here.
However, with an opening night and a steady stream of offers for future projects, I’m afraid Saturday Morning Sludge will have to be postponed until next week. I know, you’re heart broken. But I’ve been torturing myself with some real dreck and I hope everyone will enjoy the final product. In the meantime, though, I have a few site updates. Firstly, I’ve added some pictures from last year’s Fringe show R.U.R. I realized that there was a gap missing in my media, and I’m happy to have finally filled it. If you want to see some pics of me battling robots yet again, please click here to check out the gallery. Secondly, I’ve added a new page featuring a full resumé of everything I’ve worked on in my career. The printable resumé is still available, but this will serve as a nice, fuller history. Please check it out by clicking here.
And as I said before, I have a lot of things in the works. So check in soon to see what else I have brewing in the pot. See you soon, and don’t forget to come check out some Source shows!
Since I decided to launch this little corner of the web for myself a few years ago, I’m happy to say I’ve finally hit a first milestone. Today I have passed over 1000 views! While I’m not sure why I’ve gotten hits from Bahrain, Peru and the Russian Federation, why ask why? Welcome, my international brothers and sisters! In order to celebrate, I’m happy to say that I’ve finally added pictures from last Fall’s production of Chupy & The Science Twins, which you can view here. So if you’ve ever fantasized about what I would look like in a mummy costume, your dreams have finally come true.
In the meantime, rehearsals are up and running for Doorway Arts Ensemble’s production of Morning, Miranda. Make sure to mark your calendars with the dates and times here, and make sure to follow me on Twitter here with rehearsal updates and what-nots.
And finally, HBO just gave us a video teaser on the 3rd season on Veep. I actually started watching the series last week, and I’m proud to say that it’s a pretty funny and witty show. It’s nice to know that I’m looking forward to the the 3rd season premiere for a reason other than seeing my handsome face. Still no luck on an upcoming episode synopsis, but here’s a little something to keep us happy for another 52 days.
Once again, we say a bitter-sweet goodbye to a fantastic show and experience. The Walking Fred and Saving Private Pooh closed last Friday to a fantastic crowd. Theater can be difficult, exhausting and frustrating. But only with the best of shows do you beg for just one more chance to brave it all again for another chance to bring it to an audience. And I certainly feel that with The Walking Fred and Saving Private Pooh. But the good news is we have some fantastic pictures, thanks to our photographer John Tweel. They are available here for your viewing pleasure. And as a special bonus we have a fantastic review and write-up for our Friday performance from DC Metro Theater Arts where I am considered to have a “mastery of vocal mimicry”. I don’t mean to toot my own horn, so I’ll let them do it for me here.
But we now look to the future. The immediate future, as a matter of fact. In only 11 days, I go back into the lab to build the robots. Presented by Naked Theatre Company, R.U.R. is priming up to be a runaway hit at this year’s Capital Summer Fringe Festival. There’s only five chances to see this show, so make sure to get your tickets here A.S.A.P. You can also go to my Theater Calendar here for show/ticket/date information.
And there’s even more theater happenings in the future. In August, I will be performing again with Silver Spring Stage in their One Act Festival. Directed by David Dieudonne and co-staring my close friend Jackie Walter, it’s a very intriguing 2 person piece called The Navigator. I am very excited to start digging into this play, and I’m even more excited to get it in front of a hungry crowd. Ticket and time information will be available soon, but I have the dates already marked on my Theater Calendar here.
Stay tuned for more information in the upcoming weeks, and hopefully I’ll see you soon from the stage!
Hello all. It’s been a while since I’ve been able to update the site. Sadly, life gets in the way sometimes. However, I’m proud to announce that I will be doing several staged readings this weekend for International SWAN Day. The event is being held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Admission is free, however there is a $10 admission price for the museum. But there’s plenty going on at the venue, so stick around and enjoy the fun! Click here for more info.
Also, just last month I was fortunate enough to work with the good people at Active Cultures Theater to be a part of their show .govaculture, part of the Intersections Festival at the Atlas Theater. It was a very fun experience with a great cast and crew, and I hope to work with the company again some time in the future. Click here for a few pictures from the show.
Stay tuned to the site for more info soon, as the busy season is about to get alot busier.
After a few days of uploading, editing and configuring, there’s a brand new update for the site! I’ve added pictures from all of my 2012 shows, including Into The Woods: In Concert, Stop Kiss, Trespassing and both Fringe performances of R.U.X. Better late than never, right? They’re also uploaded into a new format, which is much more user friendly and just flat out nicer on the eyes. Check them out here.
And as a special bonus, I have two short clips of the Fall Fringe performance of R.U.X. in my Videos section. Such a fun show, and it’s great to have a little video evidence of two great scenes in the show. They can be viewed here.
And as always, “Like” me on the Facebook box on the right to get instant updates of all my theater doings.
Pictures from Ambassador Theater’s production of The Madman and the Nun! Head over to my Links page to buy your tickets now. Only two weekends remain, starting tonight at 8!