I'll be participating in five readings for this "Shakespeare Translation Project" at Classic Stage Company presented by Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Henry VI Part III (Richard Gloucester), Julius Caesar (Mark Antony), Much Ado About Nothing (Benedict) & Henry VIII (Suffolk)
I am joining the staff of Queens Theatre as their new Director of Inclusion!
There's a link in the picture below for more information...
A few days ago I sat down with actor, producer, videographer and my friend, Kaipo Schwab, as part of his podcast: The Actor Hustle. Give us a listen in episode #004 of this very cool series.
If you like what you hear, please subscribe to follow the podcast on one of the many platforms it streams on...
I am thrilled to announce that I have been cast in Caryl Churchill's, "Light Shining In Buckinghamshire" at New York Theatre Workshop.
‘COST OF LIVING’ Two disabled characters and two caretakers make up the cast of Martyna Majok’s gripping play, directed by Jo Bonney for Manhattan Theater Club. But which is which? John, who has cerebral palsy, is a rich, bratty grad student; Ani, a double amputee, is a hilariously foul-mouthed North Jersey terror. The people who help them, Eddie and Jess, have different problems. “Cost of Living,” which could have been an identity play about people with disabilities, is thus so much greater: a play about disabilities with people.