Posted on October 25, 2017
I still can’t believe he’s gone. American theater lost a wonderful talent on October 11 when my friend and colleague Kelly King (seen here sneering at me in Icebound at the Metropolitan Playhouse in 2014) tragically passed away. If you knew him or his work, or if you just want to honor a great actor, I hope you’ll join me in donating to the Metropolitan Playhouse in his memory.
Posted on October 3, 2017
If you missed the live show, you can now listen to me doing a reading of “The Mall”, featuring live music by Travis Tench (pictured here being tall and handsome next to me while I nerd out). We were performing in the Liars’ League Songbook at the Brooklyn Book Festival. I highly recommend checking out the other readings from that night, especially Matt Alford’s hilarious performance of “Don DeLillo” by C.D. Rose.
Posted on September 10, 2017
I’ll be appearing this month at the Liars’ League Songbook, part of the Brooklyn Book Festival, at the Red Room on Wednesday September 13 at 7pm. It’s a fun mashup of live music and story readings; I’ll be doing a live reading of “The Mall”, the very piece that inspired my short film! The event is free, but you’re advised to get there early as space is limited; more details on Facebook or at brooklynbookfestival.org