INCIDENT AT OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP: Director THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST: Director
is an ensemble member and the resident director of the Florida Repertory Theatre where he has directed and acted in over 40 productions. At Florida Rep, he has directed Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, A Doll’s House, Part 2, Morning After Grace, House of Blue Leaves, The Glass Menagerie, Collected Stories, Time Stands Still, Tribes, Lend Me a Tenor, A Doll’s House Part 2 (2020 production) and The Cocktail Hour. Alone Together, The Mystery of Irma Vep and Educating Rita. Other directing credits: The Riverside Theatre, Two River Theatre Company, The Public Theatre, The Virginia Stage Company, The Depot Theatre, The Chenango River Theatre, The University of South Carolina, Fairleigh Dickinson University and The Actors Studio. He served as Adjunct Professor of classical acting in the master’s program at Pace University/Actors Studio Drama School for five years, Adjunct Professor of British styles and American farce studies at CAP 21/Molloy College, Assistant Professor, acting, Florida Gulf Coast University and instructor of voice and speech and on camera technique at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City. He is a member of Actors Equity Association, American Federation and Television Artists/Screen Actors Guild and The Society of Directors and Choreographers. His acting work has been seen on your television, Off-Broadway, around the United States in regional theatre and in over 18 roles on Florida Rep stages. This spring, he will be seen as Doctor Hoover in Paramout Pictures The Mayor of Kingstown. He is the recipient of the best actor Carbonell, a Barrymore Award, a Broadway World Best Director Award and a nomination for The Alan Schneider directing award through Theatre Communications Group. In just a few weeks he will begin rehearsals for Oleanna at The Riverside Theatre.