| Oct. 2019|
Reading “Dad” in a private developmental reading of Spittoonia on the Erie by David Mallamud and Nathan Christensen.
| Aug – Oct 2019|
Playing Mendel, The Middle among multiple roles in Indecent at the Denver Center directed by Nancy Keystone. August 30 – October 6th.
| Mar. – Apr. 2019 |
Off-Broadway premiere of Smart Blonde at 59E59, starring Andrea Burns, directed by Peter Flynn.
| Jan. 2019 |
Workshop of Talmadge and Ray at Silk Road Rising in Chicago with frequent collaborator Andy Nagraj.
| Oct. 2018 – Jan. 2019 |
The All Night Strut at Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, directed by JC Clementz.
| Oct. 2018 |
Voice and motion-capture physicality for Sonny in Red Dead Redemption II.
| Aug. 2018 |
Playing Alex in the comic short Peer Review written by Siobhan Gilbert.
| Jul. 2018 |
NYMF debut as Police Chief Conlisk in the world premiere of ’68 at Theatre Row, directed by Joey Murray.
| Apr.-May 2018 |
Playing Roger Doremus in Summer and Smoke at Classic Stage Company starring Marin Ireland, directed by Jack Cummings III.
| Mar. 2018 |
Fully staged workshop of Rodgersandhart, a one-man-and-a-piano evening with Lorenz Hart, at Radford University in Virginia.
| Mar. 2018 |
Appearing as Brad in the “Burglar” webisode of Extra AF featured on Funny or Die.
| Dec. 2017- Feb. 2018 |
Playing multiple roles including Josh’s Dad in The Other Josh Cohen at Geva Theatre.
| Oct. 2017 |
Born Yesterday at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, starring Andréa Burns and directed by Peter Flynn.
| Jun. 2017 |
Playing multiple roles in a staged reading of Canfield Drive, inspired by the death of Michael Brown, directed by Ron Himes, presented at BAM.
| Sep. 2016 – Jan. 2017 |
Playing The Policeman in the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of The Front Page starring Nathan Lane, directed by Jack O’Brien.
| Aug. 2016 |
Playing Mr. Donaldson in Walken on Sunshine, 2016 Audience Favorite Award Winner at New York Fringe Festival.
| Jul. 2016 |
Reprising the role of Cosme McMoon in Souvenir at Heritage Theatre Festival, directed by Cate Caplin.
| May 2016 |
Playing a dozen roles including comic villain Stapleton in Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville at Syracuse Stage directed by Peter Amster.