The Wolves, a 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist, is the story of a high school girls’ indoor soccer team as they warm up for a series of games and follows the chaos of teenage self-discovery. Pleased to have been a careful eye and open ear for director Rachel M. Stevens (Broadway: Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812; The Bandstand)
David Lindsay-Abaire's budding, off-center romance between a woman in rehab and her good cop/bad-cop parole officer. Performed in a traditional black box theatre with a non-traditional seating orientation. Coupled with a hyper-real directorial vision, the play gave room for sit-com laughter and raw disaster.
A fun dramedy about three characters in a polyamorous love triangle. MMF explores the realities of love, need, want and people who don't know the difference. MMF was a low-budget, student-produced play performed on campus at Point Park University with the assistance of Pop-Up Pinnacle Productions.
A site-specific, immersive, traveling vision attached to the 2016 Pulitzer Prize nominated script, "Gloria," by Branden Jacob-Jenkins. Completely student run and orchestrated in under a month's time, the piece follows topics of gun violence, the responsibility of storytelling, and the limits of ambition.
Dead Bird Boys is an original 90 minute play by Alexandra Williams. Creating this piece included a series of improved scenarios developed by the actors that then led to future and final rewrites. The play follows two potential fathers in a gay relationship as they build the foundation for a child out of surrogacy. A story of love, loss, and expectation, the play asks, “Are we in this together?”
Formally sub-titled, "The Tragedy of Childhood", Spring Awakening chastises the sexual culture of the 19th century through a vivd dramatization of children and their understanding of the world around them. Honored to have played the curious and troubled Moritz and make my Pinnacle Productions MainStage debut.
The first play of Tracy Brigden's to be formally produced. An original dramedy about ex-lovers, current relationships, and new romances all around a thanksgiving dinner. The play was a hit at the Raymond Laine Memorial One Acts festival.
One of Sam Shepard's lesser known plays, Icarus's Mother follows the classic Breakfast Club-type of friend group as they celebrate the 4th of July on a beach where everything is not as it seems. The piece, absurd at times, allowed me the challenging opportunity of performing a 12-minute monologue!
Originally a series of podcasts from short stories written by a PPU alumni , Allistar is an adapted play for Point Park's original works festival. Much like children's theatre, the piece delved into an imaginative storytelling; making something out of nothing.
Had the pleasure of performing as Hal in David Auburn's 2001 Pulitzer-Prize winning play. The piece was adapted to be fully in the round, providing a rare-opportunity to work in a 360-degree space as an actor. The piece was the first of a limited series of Summer Stock shows for Legend Theatre in Colorado.
The Row is an original play written by Mike Brommel, which was produced in partner with Theatrix USA. The play won first place for the audience choice award and third place overall at the Colorado Theatre Festival hosted at/by the DCPA. Honored to have been able to debut the role of Manny Phipps.