This spring I'll be heading to North Carolina's Cape Fear Regional Theatre to make my regional debut with Ken Ludwig's BASKERVILLE. Ready for some bbq.
Theasy.com says The Beatles Present: the Lord of the Rings the Musical is "perfect for a laugh filled (and tipsy) night on the town" with "a charming reccuring theme of thinly veiled homoeroticism." Thinly-veiled?!
Tampa Bay's Creative Loafing checked in with me to see what I've been up to in the five years that have past since I was named one of their top 20 artists under 25. Check it out here.
In early October, I'll be teaming up with my absolute favorite collaborators to remount The Beatles Present "The Lord of the Rings: The Musical!" at The Brick, co-directed and co-written by Kyle Wilson. More details later!
Finally returning to NYC in September, and happy to say I'll be doing so as a directing fellow at Playwrights Horizons.
So stoked to announce I'll be returning to Williamstown Theatre Festival this summer to work as the literary assistant.
I'm wrrapping up my time in Hartford as one of the assistant directors on the new ANASTASIA musical, recently announced as Broadway-bound.
KRAGTAR resurrected! The monster musical will be performed as part of Title: Point's "Interrobang: New Works" festival at the Silent Barn in Bushwick.
This March, I'll be directing an exploratory workshop of Rob Handel's Millicent Scowlworthy at Hartford Stage with BFA students from the Hartt school
A workshop of the Ballad of Beckett Kruszynski will be performed May 17th-18th in NYC. Do NYC audiences like plays about chickens and death?
Congratulations to FREAKS which just won Best Ensemble at FringeNYC, and got a very silly neon green sheet of paper certifying the award.
Theater in the Now calls FREAKS "poetically courageous." Theatre Is Easy says FREAKS is "funny," "layered," and that it "makes you want to travel back in time." NYTheaterNow says FREAKS is "poignantly true," "refreshingly free from irony," and that it finds the "mythic in the mundane."