This fall I can be seen originating roles in two world premiere plays, a film, and a concert.
Up first is the role J. Robert Oppenheimer in the world premiere of THE WAY OUT WEST, a new commissioned play on The Manhattan Project by Liza Birkenmeier, directed by Kim Weild.
Following that I will join A/B MACHINES, a new play honoring Andy Warhol’s Superstars based on his book The Philosophy of A to B and Back Again, adapted and directed by Philip Gates.
I was last seen in a reading of BUT IN BETWEEN at City Theatre, as a part of the Young Playwrights Festival. Prior to that I closed a completely sold-out run of BIG FISH: The Musical, playing Karl The Giant at Front Porch Theatricals in Pittsburgh, PA.
Past performances and projects include The 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Village Theatre, Seattle Public Theater, and the Seattle Children's Theatre.
Concerts include the Seattle Symphony and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. I've done various short films, voice-overs, and commercials, as well as voiced a number of educational e-learning series with both Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and McGraw Hill publishing.
At the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, I have trained with numerous influential faculty including Barbara MacKenzie-Wood, Gary Kline, Tony McKay, Gary Logan, Andrew Smith, Catherine Moore, and Kaf Warman.
I have also attended intensives at the University of Michigan, Musical Theatre department, and the CAP21 Musical Theatre Conservatory.