Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday, Opens April 5th at Theater Wit in Chicago
Well, my first understudy at Redtwist Theater's Death of a Salesman came to an official end on March 26th, after a 6 week run (including the 3 week extension) to very highly praised reviews, and a Jeff Recommendation. Steve Scott, our director, and all the incredible cast and other understudies were such a great group to work with. I look forward to the opportunity to be able to work with Redtwist again.
The end was not over before the next amazing opportunity happened. I am excited to work with Shattered Globe Theater Company in the production of Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday. This is my first opportunity to work with an Equity company.
In this moving, tender and very personal play from Pulitzer Prize finalist and Tony Award nominee Sarah Ruhl, the longing for the immortality of Neverland confronts the inevitable passage of time. Five siblings – 2 doctors, 3 Republicans and 1 teacher of rhetoric – move from their father’s hospital bed to a Jameson-fueled kitchen table wake, and then head for the “second star to the right and straight on until morning” (J.M. Barrie). In this world of make-believe, now seen through the eyes of these adults, there is still magic and wisdom for the young at heart.
Featuring Sarah Ruhl’s mother, Kathleen Ruhl
In the On Camera front, The Natural has finished filming for Episodes 2 and 3, and Episode 1 is on sale for 99 cents right now. Head over and watch the trailer and rent Episode 1. Mercy, a short film that will challenge your ideas of good and evil filming at the end of April. I play "Man," who, unlike "The Man", is looking for the truth and trying to reconcile what he sees to what he has believed.