The Playground Experiment - Liz's Lament

This Monday, I will be reading a segment of Tim Lorge's play-in-progress Liz's Lament with The Playground Experiment. Set in Dublin, November, 1961 at the very end of what was called “The Border Campaign”, the play will also feature Kyle Minshew, Paul Peglar, Jimmy Moon, Drew Jordan, and Kristen French.

The evening is hosted at Think Coffee on Mercer Street in the Greenwich Village at 7pm and will feature parts of 5 other plays in various stages of development.

"Got This" at the Belin Film Festival

Got This will be screening in Northeastern Pennsylvania this Sunday, October 16 at 1pm at the Belin Film Festival! This new festival screens shorts and features by emerging and independent filmmakers, focusing on not only local talent, but from around the world. 

Got This is a fun comedic short produced by Saturday Afternoon Pictures that I was lucky enough to star in. It tells the story of a young couple whose relationship gets thrown against the rocks when their pet cat Bugsy goes missing at the worst possible moment.

Tickets are on sale now!

Got This! West Coast Premiere

Got This! will be receiving its West Coast premiere next week at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in Big Bear, CA next week.

After a number of successful screenings in the Tri-state Area, I'm thrilled this short will be shared on the opposite coast! Produced by Saturday Afternoon Pictures, Got This! is a light hearted comedy starring myself and Emily Pantalone about a marriage on the rocks and a the search for a lost kitten. 

The screening will take place on September 24 at 4:15 p.m. More information is available here.

Got This! Wins Best Ensemble

Back on August 14 Got This! screened at the Brightside Tavern Short Film Fest and was nominated for a bunch of awards including myself for Best Actor - Comedy, my good friend Emily Pantalone for Best Actress - Comedy, Susan Barry for Best Director - Comedy, and the whole film for Best Comedy and Best Local Film.

I'm also thrilled to hear that our little army of actors WON the award for Best Ensemble at the festival!

Working with such a large cast of varying ages and experience was what really made the process a joy. It was so fun to see members of the community come together every day to make this piece possible. Congratulations to all!

For a complete list of nominations and winners, check out this link.

The One You Feed Reading

I'll be appearing in a reading of a new play produced by THTR and written by my friend Daria Miyeko Marinelli (Untameable) on August 1 from 8-9. This is going to be a unique reading as the play functions a little like a choose your own adventure book, where the audience decides what will happen:

"The one you stand behind is the one that lives."

The One You Feed is a bifurcating play that splits at several critical junctures based on audience feedback.

The work tells the story of two clans on the brink of war. Townsen need water to survive. Lupae control the stream. The One You Feed follows Diane and Red, one wolf and one townsen, as they pledge their allegiance and help their side prepare for results of the upcoming vote.

Contact me here for ticketing information to the event.