Almost is a town in northern Maine that most people haven't heard of. I mean, it's way north - hundreds of miles from any major point of civilization, where the moose and lonely-hearts roam. What the heck am I going there for? What the heck am I going back there for? Well, because Almost doesn't … Continue reading Headed back to Almost, Maine
It’s a *Death* trap!
This past weekend I had the immense pleasure of opening Deathtrap at Theatre in the Round Players in Minneapolis. From the cast to the director and most certainly the script, it has been an all round joyful experience. Without revealing too much, Deathtrap is a thriller that tells the story of a veteran playwright named … Continue reading It’s a *Death* trap!
I Tell ya Chum, it’s Time to Come… Blow Your Horn
Happy New Year from sunny Jacksonville, Florida where I'm currently employed at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining playing Buddy in Come Blow Your Horn. It's a gem of a comedy by Neil Simon and happens to be the first one he ever wrote, about two brothers desperately trying to escape the overbearing thumb of their … Continue reading I Tell ya Chum, it’s Time to Come… Blow Your Horn
Feed My Frankenstein
Super duper uber excited to share with the world that the fundraising campaign for my play, Frankenstein, is... wait for it... alive! Okay, just had to get the puns out of the way there before you think that this adaptation is anything close to cheesy or corny. We've all seen those movies and cheap Halloween … Continue reading Feed My Frankenstein
Looking for Summer Fun….?
Coming this summer to the Minnesota Fringe Festival will be the world premiere of my play, Looking for Fun(Bags), from Up Top Theatre Company!!! Friends, it has been more than two years since I first cooked up the idea for this play while driving to a rehearsal one night at UCF. My bud, Bryant Hernandez, was … Continue reading Looking for Summer Fun….?
The Wealhouse Night of 10 Minute Plays
Saturday January 24th, the Commonweal Theatre will be presenting an evening of original ten minute plays written, directed, and acted by the in-house talent of the company. The idea was born out of the desire to flex other artistic muscles that we don't necessarily get to work on as much as others. Hence the night, … Continue reading The Wealhouse Night of 10 Minute Plays