I’m currently doing Willy Holtzman’s fantastic play, THE REAL McGONAGALL at:
the cell ~ a twenty first century salon
Nancy Manocherian, Founding Artistic Director
Directed by Brian Reager
Meet 19th century Scotsman Sir William Topaz McGonagall: weaver, actor, and fabled poet. Award winning playwright Willy Holtzman (Something You Did, Sabina, Hearts) brings the legend himself to the cell for a night of poetry, storytelling, and music, exploring questions that challenge any artist who chooses to present work to a highly critical world.
ONE SHOW LEFT:
February 22nd @ 3:00 pm
Tickets: $12 – FREE DRINK INCLUDED!
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
338 W. 23rd St. (bet. 8th and 9th Aves)
Subway: C or E to 23rd St.
(we are hoping to announce more performances in the future)
I will be playing Hunter John in the developmental reading of Amina Henry’s beautiful new play, HUNTER JOHN AND JANE, directed by Benjamin H. Kamine.
Hunter John is a bum who lives in the park.
He hates litter.
He drinks too much.
One day he is befriended by Jane.
Through elevated text and stark imagery,
HUNTER JOHN AND JANE explores the boundaries of humanity.
HUNTER JOHN AND JANE
Written by Amina Henry
Directed by Benjamin Kamine
Music by Aaron Costa Ganis
*Appearing Courtesy of Actors Equity Association
THE BRICK THEATER
579 Metropolitan Ave
(L train to Lorimer St / G train to Metropolitan Ave)
Friday, January 2nd @ 7pm
Saturday, January 3rd @ 7pm
Butter & Garlic
This year’s Asking for Trouble at EST/Youngblood was a musical, BUTTER & GARLIC by Eric March. Directed by Kai-Hsiang Tu and featuring Susan Merson, Satomi Blair, Mike Smith Rivera, Stephanie Hsu, and me. Opening performance had two understudies: Carolyn Mignini and Sasha Diamond (who stayed with the show to join Eric as the pit band). It was a blast!! “Family’ photo above…
It is a thrill to have started rehearsals on Bill Yellow Robe’s newest play, POWWOW HIGHWAY, directed by Madeline Sayet and produced by Amerinda.
We will be performing at HERE from October 10th thru the 25th.
Here’s a link with more information:
I just won an Outstanding Solo Performance for BUT FOR THE GRACE… at the Planet Connections Festivity. I also received an award at the same festival for activism in advocating for eliminating hunger. And… WATER DOGS, won a Best Film award!!
Outstanding Solo Performance Award at Planet Connections Festivity
On Monday, August 4th I’ll be performing in a developmental reading of Nancy Manocherian’s wonderful play BLUE SKIES, directed by Kira Simring and featuring Charlotte Cohn, John Charles McLaughlin and Lila Donnolo (and me) – all Artists-in-Residence at the cell.
FOR INFORMATION – CLICK HERE
BUT FOR THE GRACE… at Planet Connections
Two Remaining Performances:
Tuesday, June 3rd at 6:00pm
Friday, June 6th at 2:00pm
BUT FOR THE GRACE…
by David Eliet
as part of the Planet Connections Festivity
When first performed in 2007,
38.5 million people
in the US lived in households
that were food insecure.
Now, that number is
Donations are collected after each performance for
Food Bank for New York City
BUT FOR THE GRACE… performance information
CLICK IMAGE OR HERE FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION
Water Dogs (in which I star) is an official selection of the Berkshire International Film Festival (click to buy tickets)
Directed by Matthew Slamowitz
Produced by Joanna Bowzer & Matthew Slamowitz
On a hot summer day in New York, a discouraged homeless man wins a dollar from a scratch-off lottery ticket. He takes the winnings to a food cart, where he orders a hot dog from a middle-eastern vendor. A sudden encounter with the federal government and a case of mistaken identity sets the homeless man on a path to becoming one of the most popular street vendors in Manhattan.
Water Dogs has been nominated for an award at this festival!
The competition takes place online, with the viewing public voting for their favorite film out of the four nominees. The film with the most votes wins the award.
You can watch the film and vote at
(By voting, you also have the chance to win a free iPad)
Imagine I’m Beautiful won!!!
Best Dramatic Feature
Special Jury Prize for Best Performance for Naomi McDougall Jones
2014 Arizona International Film Festival!
New York Premiere
New York City International Film Festival
Friday, May 30th
To Get Your Tickets CLICK HERE
Great new play!!
Limited run at the IRT Theater!!
A Man lives on a dangerous, desolate beach with his Coconut wife. When Coconut rots, the Man is discovered and pulled back to civilization. An office worker named Melissa, attracted to the Man’s raw agony, pushes both to the brink of disaster and deliverance.
at the IRT THEATER
Tuesday, April 29–Sunday, May 4
Tickets are only $13!
Click here for more information and to buy tickets!
Forrest Weber as Man
Claire Gresham as Coconut
Bob Jaffe* as Father
Anna Rahn* as Melissa/Authority I
Cara Moretto as Laura/Authority II
David Rysdahl as Doctor Christ
Jonathon Garrity as Man Ass/Other Customer
written and co-produced by Jessica Lewis
directed by Jenny Beth Snyder
dramaturged and co-produced by Rachel Hutt
stage management by Blaze Ferrer
artwork by Michael J. Silber
154 Christopher St., Buzzer 3B
Subway: Take the 1 Train to Christopher St.
*These Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.
Equity Approved Showcase.