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Updates on what's happening now, what's coming up, and more!

King Charles III National Tour!

3 theatre co-production Aug. 2016 - March 2017: American Conservatory Theatre, Seattle Rep, Shakespeare Theatre of DC

Directed by David Muse (AD of Studio Theatre in DC)

Featuring: Bob Joy (as Charles), Christopher McClinden, Michelle Beck, Harry Smith, Alison Jean White, Ian Merrell Peakes, Bradford Farwell, Dan Hiatt, Jeanne Paulsen, Jefferson Farber, Chiara Motley.  With Lauren Spencer, David Keith, Patrick Russell, Rudy Roushdi, Martin Krouse, Yesenia Iglesias, Tim Getman, Matthew McGee.

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2050 Legacy at NYC FRINGE!

As a member of 2050 Legacy Ensemble, I am super excited to announce our acceptance into the 2016 New York Fringe Festival!  Our show, CATALYST, has been in development for sometime and this next step in its growth is an amazing and humbling opportunity to continue bringing forward work that is vital to addressing and understanding issues that divide and disrupt our collective communities.  

Learn more about our mission, vision, and history here 

We at 2050 Legacy are calling on our community to help  Bring this vision to fruition.  Please consider your next coffee, beer, movie ticket, night out to our project and be part of the growth and progress that our country so desperately needs right now.  

And if you're in the NYC area August 18 - 27 come out and experience CATALYST in person.  Ticket info here

HSee you there y'all!

DOGEATERS @ The Magic Theatre STARTS FEB. 3!

Hello folks!  We just finished an intense weekend of tech down at Fort Mason in San Francisco working on an updated version of Jessica Hagedorn's DOGEATERS!  This production is going to be special y'all, it's part play, part cabaret, part collage with amazing video sets and performances throughout.  

Performances Feb. 3 - 28, official opening is Feb. 10:  Tuesdays @7pm, Wed - Sat @8pm, Sun @2.30pm

Featuring:  Jomar Tagatac, Rinabeth Apostol, Ogie Zulueta, Chuck Lacson, Carina Lastimosa Salazar, Jed Parsario, Esperanza Catubig, Melvign Badiola, Christine Jamlig, Julie Kuwabara, Charisse Loriaux, Beverly Sotelo, Mike Sagun, Lawrence Radecker.

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King Lear at California Shakespeare Theatre!

Been having a fantastic time working on King Lear Directed by the amazing Amanda Dehnert and starring the wonderful Anthony Heald as Lear.  I'm playing Edgar so if you're in the Bay Area come see my madman antics as I roll around the outdoor theatre freezing my butt off!  

The whole cast is rocking with Dan Clegg as my brother Edmund, Charles Shaw Robinson as my Father Gloucester, Aldo Billingslea as Kent, El Beh as Regan, Arwen Anderson as Goneril, Kjerstine Anderson as Cordelia, Sam Misner as Duke of Albany, Craig Marker as Duke of Cornwall, and Patrick Alparone as Oswald.  

Click HERE for Ticket Info!

Inaugural Production at ACT's STRAND THEATRE!

About halfway through our great production of Love and Information by Caryl Churchill, directed by Casey Stangl at ACT's freshly built Strand Theatre!  57 scenes without a narrative, without recurring characters, fun and fast!

Click HERE for more info, tickets, and reviews!

 

Check back soon for info on King Lear at Cal Shakes!

MFA Showcase NYC

Back in the city to perform our MFA showcase in a double feature with Brown's graduating class. Happy to be back in the city, see what all the east coast gripes about the relentless snow and cold are.  Mon March 30, 2pm and 7pm at the Signature Theatre complex in the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre. And a bonus performance Tue March 31 at 1pm.

Los Angeles next week!

Also gearing up for my solo show at ACT Studio space

And get your tickets for Love and Information by Caryl Churchill directed by Casey Stangl on ACT's brand new Mainstage space The Strand. https://tickets.act-sf.org/online/default.asp?doWork::WScontent::loadArticle=Load&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::article_id=CB79728A-8D49-4FD4-8298-1C811EFD320C 

Christmas Carol at ACT!

Having a great time mentoring members of ACT's Young Conservatory.  Missing out on going home for the holidays is replaced with goodtimes with members of my MFA class and hilarious cast mates Jarion Moore, Nicolas Pelczar, Howard Swain and another great chance to work with James Carpenter and Anthony Fusco!