Cool Past Projects
June 6-28, 2014, Director/Scenic Designer for Terrence McNally’s
The Lisbon Traviata at Seattle’s Theatre22.
April 3-19, 2014 appeared as Harry Roat in
Wait Until Dark, Interplayers Theatre, Spokane,
directed by John Grant-Phillips.
February 14-March 2, 2014, appeared in THE 39 STEPS, Mt. Baker Theatre Winter Rep, directed by Teresa Thuman.
December 6-22, 2013, appeared as Scrooge in A CHRISTMAS CAROL
at Seattle Musical Theatre, directed by Rick Wright.
Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse, a video game from Herr Interactive, in which I voiced a German dialect, has been released. Visit the Herr Interactive site and view the trailer.
April 23, 2013 Appeared as Christopher in a staged reading of Michael Mitnick’s Sex Lives of Our Parents, directed by Ali el-Gasseir, as part of ACT’s Construction Zone Series.
April 6-29, 2012 Appeared as Antonio Salieri in Amadeus, SecondStory Repertory, directed by Corey D. McDaniel.
January 4-29, 2012 Appeared as Brutus in Coriolanus, Seattle Shakespeare Company, directed by David Quicksall.
September 29-October 22, 2011 Appeared as Bill in The Love List at Harlequin Productions in Olympia, WA, directed by Scot Whitney.
July 15-August 13, 2011 Appeared as Clive in Something’s Afoot at Seattle’s Taproot Theatre Company, directed by Scot Nolte, Musical Direction by Edd Key and Choreography by Christy McNeil. Due to sold out performances, this production was EXTENDED THROUGH AUGUST 27.
March 25-April 23, 2011 Appeared as Hans Von Dohnanyi in The Beams Are Creaking by Douglas Anderson, directed by Karen Lund at the Taproot Theatre Company. Due to sold out, standing room only performances, this production was EXTENDED TWICE!
January 28-February 10, 2011 Scenic Designer for the Seattle area's Centerstage! production of My Way: A Tribute to Frank Sinatra,
directed by David Duvall.
August 27-September 18, 2010 Appeared as Gabe in Donald Margulies' Pulitzer Prize winning Dinner with Friends at the Seattle area's SecondStory Repertory, directed by Peter Jacobs.
My Screenplay, In the Shadow of the Mind, has been named as a 2017 quarterfinalist for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting competition.
Nominated for three 2014 BroadwayWorld.com Awards:
Best Direction of a Play (Theatre22’s The Lisbon Traviata)
Best Scenic Design (Theatre22’s The Lisbon Traviata)
Best Leading Actor in a Musical (Scrooge in A Christmas Carol,
Seattle Musical Theatre)
Theatre22‘s The Lisbon Traviata (Director/Scenic Designer) named by The Seattle Times as one of “5 Plays You Need to See in Seattle.”
Theatre22’s The Lisbon Traviata nominated for a 2014 Seattle Theater Writer’s Gypsy Rose Lee Award for Excellence in Production of a Play.
Glass Forest Entertainment's TV pilot, untethered, directed by Ernie Booth, is now on YouTube. I have a starring role as FBI Agent Victor.
untethered had its World Premiere Screening on December 5,
2012 at Seattle’s AMC Pacific Place.
2012 BroadwayWorld.com Seattle Award nominee as Best Leading Actor as Salieri in SecondStory Rep’s production of Amadues.
The production received a total of 8 nominations.
Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of Coriolanus
was named Best Play 2012 by Seattle Weekly as part of
it’s Best of Seattle Awards. I portrayed Brutus.
Nominated for a 2011 “Carvie” Award by The Weekly Volcano
as Best Actor for Bill in The Love List. Harlequin Productions
also received several nominations, including Best Show for
The Love List.
Daniel Christensen and Eric Mullholland in Theatre22’s
The Lisbon Traviata.