All actors know that summer is the slowest time of year unless you've booked summer stock or a workshop. I'm glad that it's finished and over the moon to announce some news! At the end of December, I'll be starting for rehearsals for the TheatreWorksUSA national tour of "Henry and Mudge," where I'll be playing Henry (a dream role of mine for the last few years)! The tour goes out in January and ends in June (full itinerary to come). I'm beyond excited to get to work.
I'm THRILLED to announce that I'll be playing Linus in "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" with the Secret Theatre in Long Island City. Opening Night is April 27th, and we run until May 7th! More information to come!
Previews have begun! We are headed into our last weekend before Opening Night on December 3rd! Grab your tickets now for Sgt. Stubby: The Great American War Dog Musical, now playing at the St. Luke's Theatre on 46th Street!
I am over the moon to announce that I've been cast in the title role, and will make my Off-Broadway debut, in "Sgt. Stubby: The Great American War Dog Musical!" I'll be originating the role of Stubby in this new musical which begins previews at The St. Luke's Theatre November 12th and opens December 3rd! The production is directed by Jack Dyville, who also serves as the librettist alongside composer Lawrence Wankel. More information to come!
Coming up on October 4th, I'll be singing at Feinstein's/54 Below for an encore performance of The Sonny and Cher Songbook! Buy your tickets today!
Over the summer, I was thrilled to work on some personal projects and get to perform at some incredible venues.
At the beginning of the summer, I was fortunate enough to perform "Climb Every Mountain" with the Broadway By The Year Chorus at "Broadway Unplugged."
In July, I produced a reading of my new play, "Wireless Fidelity" at Pearl Studios. We had an amazing turnout and now it's back to work!
I made my debut at Feinstein's/54 Below in "Broadway Jukebox Musicals," produced by the incredible Scott Seigel. I sang "My Eyes Adored You," the hit Frankie Valli song from Jersey Boys.
I was asked to return to Feinstein's/54 Below for the Sonny and Cher Songbook, where I sang "Sing C'est La Vie" with my dear friend, Madeline Hamlet.