My debut New York Solo Show, "Occasionally Employed," had a successful run at United Solo and Midtown International Theatre Festival, selling out both engagements. From one of the Producers of Mike Birbiglia’s “Thank God For Jokes” and the star of that “Mysteries at the Museum” episode where that plumber sees Roman soldier ghosts, comes the unlikely story of a data analyst who gave up comfort in suburbia to become a theatrical producer overnight. It’s not quite the dream, but it’s dream-adjacent.
Excerpts from the show have appeared at The PIT's Storyfest featuring Harmon Leon and Adam Wade, and have played The PIT's Striker Mainstage in addition to The Studio Theatre at Theatre Row as well as winning its category at MITF 2016.
In addition to acting and producing, I'm writing my own solo shows and producing them when I can. The whole thing started during a rough period back in 2012, when I turned to writing to get some thoughts out of my head and into the ether. My friend Kevin Broccoli, of Epic Theatre Company in Providence, RI, helped me get my first show produced in a workshop format back in December of 2012. Since then, my solo shows have appeared at the Culture Project at the Lynn Redgrave Theater, Theatre Row, The Workshop Theatre, and The PIT's Striker Mainstage.