Actor / singer / musician / composer

what did you miss?

4.22: First reading of my musical Misha Loves Ja Ja More Than Cheese with lyricist/librettist Jerry Colker under the direction of Andy Cadiff at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills. 

11.6: Performed selections from The Goree All-Girl String Bandas part of the New York Theater Barn's New Works Series at the Cell.

9.8-11.19: Music directed Fiddler on the Roof for Broadway Training Center in Hastings-on-Hudson.

3.28:Participated in another workshop performance of Alaina FerrisRaid 2.0/Myrmidon  at the Tank. Can't wait to play again soon!

6.17:  Presented a short segment of Oneida, my musical with Beth Blatt, at Music Theatre of Connecticut.

6.7 @ 7pm: "It's a Sight," a song I wrote with Alex Rubin is slated to be performed at Don't Tell Mama's as part of this event celebrating the work of new musical theatre writers from NY and the UK. Tickets are $15 cash only at the door with a two drink minimum. Click for reservations!

7.31 @ 7pm: Playing some bass over at 54 Below as part of their new writers series celebrating the songs of Sam Salmond. Click for tix!

1.19: Laid down some bass tracks at Kaleidoscope Sound in Union City for Andre Catrini's new musical The Astonishing Times of Timothy Crachit. 

8.12: Debuted my buddy Alaina Ferris's original video-game song cycle Raid 2.0/Myrmidon as part of Ladyfest at the Tank.

what's going on? 

7.8-12: Played the role of Carry and slapped some bass in a most magical workshop of Dawn: a Play by Hayley Treider and Daniel Emond under the auspices of Sonnet Repertory Theatre.

May 20: Participating in a reading of the new musical Bisland & Bly about Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland, two journalists who raced each other around the world in opposite directions in 1889, trying to beat Phileas Fogg’s record from Around The World In Eighty Days.

6.27-7.29: Played the role of Bonnie Scott the Goree All-Girl String Band as part of the New York Musicals Festival. This new musical tells the true story of a group of women incarcerated in 1938 Texas who, seizing on the popularity of prison radio at the time, endeavor to form a band in the hopes riding their fame to freedom. The production was nominated for Best Music, Best Orchestrations, Best Ensemble, and Overall Best Musical.

11.9: First ever read-down of my musical Hereville with lyrics by Robby Sandler, book by Robby Sandler & Jess Kaufman. There were way too many people in my apartment, kosher pizza, and lots and lots of sight reading.

8.4: My song "Personality" with lyrics by Alex Rubin was performed at this event celebrating female musical theater writers  at 54 Below.

6.25 @ 6:30: Slapped the bass for my bud, Jahn Sood at Erv's on Beekman (2122 Beekman Place).

11.12: Bassed it up for an incredible slew of talented ladies as part of Double Standards at Town Hall. Here's video of me bopping behind Sara Bareilles, Jessie Mueller, and the full company.

More readings in the works for my musical, Hereville and just fired off a slew of submissions for my untitled Balloonomania musical