I'll be heading to Martha's Vineyard in June to debut at the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse in "Dusty and the Big Bad World", a play by Cusi Cram. It's only the second professional production of the play, and the playwright as well as one of the original Denver cast will be involved in this production.
Best of all I'll be on the gorgeous island of Martha's Vineyard for most of the summer. Should be a fun time!
"Dusty and the Big Bad World" runs July 6-29.
Recently I sat down with Kerri Wilson on her new podcast "This Is A Thing?", and we had a great time discussing acting, writing, and 90's-era animation/live-action comedy "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?". It was a great time and also brought up some interesting memories.
Check out my episode here!
Guess they liked it - I've been selected as one of BroadwayWorld.com's Best of 2015 Critic's Picks in the Best Actor in a Musical category for my role as George Bailey in "It's a Wonderful Life" at Ocean State Theater Company! The show, director Amiee Turner, and co-stars Melissa McKamie and Jef Canter were also Critic's Picks - congratulations all, it was a wonderful show!
You can view the complete list here.
Just closed "It's a Wonderful Life" at the Ocean State Theater Company in Warwick RI. It was a magnificent show with a stellar cast in a beautiful theater space. I was very grateful to meet and work with a great new bunch of people from New York and Rhode Island. I hope to do it again soon!
It was a lot of work and stress but I made my New York debut as both actor and playwright/composer at the New York International Fringe Festival with my musical Creative License. After rehearsal and preparation in Boston with an all-star cast and crew and a final dress open to the public at the Next Door Theater in Winchester, we moved the show to the Lynn Redgrave Theater in Manhattan (and later the Soho Playhouse due to air conditioning issues)!
The show was well received (if occasionally ill-attended) and we received some good reviews by New York media outlets. I'm excited to utilize the feedback and experience to make some changes to the book once the smoke has cleared on my New York adventure. Thanks to director Rachel Bertone, music directors Dan Rodriguez and Mindy Cimini, and the whole cast and crew for coming on this crazy journey with me!