Actor / singer / musician / composer

what did you miss?

Presently writing on, give or take, four musicals.

6.17 @ 7pm: Presenting 30 minutes of Oneida, my musical with Beth Blatt, at Music Theatre of Connecticut. Don't you wanna jam with those dudes in the picture? Click for tix!

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!

1.23: Played bass and sang harmonies for this sick new band of ghosts under the auspices of the Musical Theater Factory at Joe's Pub. Look for more in the future.

4.26: I don't get to talk, but there's some prime shots of me mugging and pretending to have a conversation in the first few minutes of the pilot for Nunsense: the TV Series. Check it out at or on Youtube.

11.2-1.8: Performed in the onstage band in the New Group's revival of Sweet Charity ​starring Sutton Foster. 

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3.6: Performed a few tunes from Sweet Charity and got all fancy pants at the New Group's 2017 Gala.

6.27-7.29: I've done a reading of one of my musicals, I've been in a reading of somebody else's musical, now I'm getting to do the real thing! Performing as one of the members of the Goree All-Girl String Band as part of the New York Musical Theater 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. Click for deets and dates!

1.19-1.21: Played bass for a two-day workshop of my buddy Jahn Sood's great new musical, The Disappearing Man as part of a Musical Theater Factory residency at Playwrights Downtown.

6.25 @ 6:30: Slapping the bass for my bud, Jahn Sood at Erv's on Beekman (2122 Beekman Place)...yes, it's in Brooklyn. No cover! No excuse!

4.24: Performed with a sick all-girl band at Soho Rep's Spring Fete singing and bassing behind Steve Earle with Great Comet's Amber Grey, The Lisps, and 12-year-old superstar Tenzin Gund-Morrow.