Updated October 24th to reflect closed shows/new dates.
I’m currently appearing in a few interesting theatre pieces around NYC, all of which are very different. Whether you’re in the mood for some refined culture, grotesque violence, or just some drunken debauchery, there is something for you. Check out the info below:
November 8 at Dixon Place. Click here for tickets.
A one-night-only workshop production of a new translation of the ancient Greek satyr play. Cyclops is rarely performed – partially because of the piece’s difficult nature. Is it comedy? Tragedy? This adaptation explores the space between Euripides’ intended grotesque and how we understand/experience/desire the grotesque today.
November 3rd at a Secret Location. Click here for tickets.
I will be playing multiple parts in the interactive theatre-experience Speakeasy Dollhouse by Cynthia von Buhler. Come and participate in the mystery of who killed Frank Spano in this true-story crime that remains unsolved to this day.
Lady Windermere’s Fan (Closed)
October 17 – 21 at the Producer’s Club. Click here for more information.
I’m portraying Lord Augustus in Oscar Wilde’s (rather depressing) comedy about morality in the high society of 19th century London. A fun group of actors and more witty reparteé than you can shake a stick at.