Here are some of the things I’ve been up to recently!


Currently, I’m acting in new musical / mock-umentary short film adapted from Pyramus & Thisbe. I’m thrilled to be a recent recipient of the City Artist Corps Grant, mostly because it means I can pay my collaborators the salaries they deserve. It’s also helped immensely in actualizing our vision for the upcoming film.

Pyramus & Thisbe is a love letter to New York theatre artists. It’s for anyone that thinks Shakespeare is dumb and for everyone that thinks Shakespeare is the greatest art of all time.

Live performance August 28th, 2021 in Fort Tryon Park. Footage may be used in the upcoming film, coming late Fall 2021.

Photo Credit: Anna Michael

A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Classic Theatre of Maryland

It’s thrilling to be working and performing again in person. I am currently acting in a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Classic Theatre of Maryland (formerly The Annapolis Shakespeare Co). Midsummer runs from late June through mid July and will also be available to stream online. Here’s what the MD Theatre Guide had to say!

Enterprise 25 – a Covid-Times Collaboration

This holiday season I was thrilled to work on a short video series with a bunch of other Fordham alumni still in the city. Check out their instagram for a new video every day of December featuring actors, musicians, makeup artists, poets & more.

Louisiana Garbage Kings – A New Play

Beyond trying to survive this global pandemic, I have found myself fortunate to take part readings of new work over Zoom. The most recent, Louisiana Garbage Kings, a new play by Vivian Brown, is a part of the Digital Development Festival and is open to the public on May 30th at 7pm EST

Fordham Theatre Acting Showcase

I am elated to be acting in Fordham Theatre’s upcoming industry performance showcase on March 9th and 10th at 6:30pm.

Visit the website and reserve a ticket now!

The Telematic Embrace

February 9th and 10th at 6:00am EST

The Telematic Embrace is the love child of a collaboration between La MaMa and the Seoul Arts Institute, brought together by CultureHub. Directed by Andrea Paciotto and written by Jared McNeil. I worked on this project as the AD as well as a supporting actor when not receiving urgent Discord messages or KakaoTalk chats from the other half of our team in South Korea. Who could have predicted that within months of this project we would regularly witness virtual theatre.. alas!