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October/November 2012

• Played the role of Vincentio, in the Frog and Peach Theatre Company's production of "The Taming of the Shrew."


July 2012

• Played the lead role, Marcus Whitney, an over-the-hill alcoholic magician, in a fantastic independent short film called "Performance: A Celebration of Despair".


April/May 2012

• Performed in the incredible role of Oberon, King of the Fairies, in the Frog and Peach Theatre Company's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."


March 2012

• Played the wonderful character, Ferapont, in the Seeing Place Theater's production of Brian Friel's adaptation of Chekhov's "Three Sisters." A terrific cast in a show that has garnered numerous great reviews.

• Performed as Colonel Pickering in selected scenes from "Pygmalion" at a one-night special event sponsored by Actors Equity celebrating National Women's Month. It played to a sold-out audience at the York Theater.

• Played Dr. Hathaway, a psychiatrist, in a Columbia MFA short film called "Jeremy's Ghost."


February 2012

• I participated in a benefit reading of "Hamlet" for the Frog and Peach Theatre Company at the spectacular Player's Club here in NYC on Gramercy Park. I read the roles of the Player and the Player King, alongside a wonderful cast including Austin Pendleton, Fred Willard, David Margulies, Darryl Hammond and Anna Chlumsky. And we got great reviews.


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