Third Wheel's cast, featuring Sarah DuRivage-Jacobs, Stephanie Iscovitz, and myself was nominated for Best Ensemble Cast at the NYC Web Fest taking place in New York City next month. Check out the full series at thirdwheelseries.com
I shot this fun commercial for W.B. Mason back in May, starring me and a "dirty" whiteboard.
The Third Wheel pilot premiered on Nov. 2, with over 1,000 views in the first 48 hours. The response on Facebook, Twitter and Vimeo was overwhelmingly positive, already garnering interest from digital distribution platforms. And within one week the INDIEGoGo crowdfunding campaign has already reached 101% of our goal.
Find out more about the series at thirdwheelseries.com
My first crack at playwriting has proven to be a success. There's only one more chance to check out this very personal and very funny play that had a random person in the audience shouting, "Lord have mercy, this shit is funny!"
I can't wait to share the stage one more time with this hilarious and incredibly talented cast of Sarah Burkhalter, Carole Montgomery, and John Austin Wiggins, with Geoff Grimwood in the director's chair. "With This Ring" was one of five plays selected out of hundreds to be a finalist in the 2015 New York New Works Festival. Get your tickets here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2064958
Stoked to be on the new SUPERNOVA team, Plan 9! We have a scheduled run on Sundays through the end of June at Brit Pack, so come check us out.
- Sunday, May 17, 6:00pm
- Sunday, May 31, 6:00pm
- Sunday, June 7, 6:00pm
- Sunday, June 21, 6:00pm
For more info about SUPERNOVA check out http://supernovaimprov.weebly.com/about.html
That's a wrap! Last day on set with this hilariously awesome cast and crew. Third Wheel is an original series, written by Lauren Boston, about a self-indulgent writer who moves in with her best friend and her uptight fiance, quickly proving that three's a crowd. Stay tuned for more info about our fundraising campaign and release dates.
So proud to now be sharing the stage with some very talented and hilarious improvisors at the Queens Secret Improv Club, every Friday night, with the new house team, Gram. If you've never been, QSIC represents the growing improv community in Long Island City, Queens. Just off the 7, G, E, M, N, Q, or R trains at Court Square/Queensboro Plaza - it's super easy to get to and a great place to see some really funny people on one stage. Check out the schedule on the website and stop by. We love the laughs.
After an amazing few weeks in class with writer/actor David Crabb we're putting it all together for a class show. Delving into the live storytelling universe has been on my list for a while now, and I couldn't be more excited to not only share the stage with some amazing people, but to share a story that few have heard. Come check out our Story Studio class show tonight at CAP 21 - 18 West 18th St. Room 605.
This Sunday evening I take the stage with my good friend Kyle Storey for the highly anticipated debut performance of SPORK. Check out what people are saying:
"I like improvising with you, dude." - Kyle Storey
"I haven't met the guy, but I hope he's funny, for your sake." - Kyle's Dad
"I don't get it. Why SPORK? I hate those things." - My Dad
SPORK is a two person improv show from two people who appreciate the versatility of a spoon/fork combo. Come check out the debut performance this Sunday, October 26th, 8:00pm at the Treehouse Theater located at 154 West 29th St. 2nd Floor, New York, NY.
Buy tickets here: http://4track.eventbrite.com and select Oct. 26 from the drop down menu.
It's official, I will be playing weekly at the Queens Secret Improv Club with their Wednesday night circuit team, 50% Dave. Every Wednesday night starting at 7:00 we host three indie improv teams and then at 8:00 we hit the stage for a full set. Come check us out!
A few months ago I got the chance to voice Mr. Sounders in the new in-classroom computer program from Scholastic. Only slightly disconcerting that I could easily get used to the 350lb harmonica-playing monster version of myself.
"Out to Dry" is one of five plays out of 40 that have made it to the final round in Manhattan Repertory Theater's Spring One Act Competition. Performances will be tonight at 6:15 PM and 9 PM.
Looks like I need to dust off the old six string. I was just cast as Wyatt, a hipster musician, in new comedy one-act entitled "Out To Dry" that will be running as part of the Manhattan Repertory Theatre's Spring One Act Competition this May. Six weeks to at least appear like I know how to play the guitar...here goes nothing. Performances will be May 20 - 23 at 9pm.
I'll be playing Elliot, a poli-sci pot head, in the upcoming comedic short Wide Awake and Extremely Bored from producer Carlos Abisab and director Benjamin Murray. Shooting will begin in December.
Voiced this iPhone app for Nike a few months back. Check it out!