Height: 5' 11"
Romeo and Juliet
Tea and Sympathy
Midsummer Night's Dream
American Fairy Tales
As You Like It
US/UK Exchange Cabaret
As You Like It
The Caucasian Chalk Circle
The Winter's Tale
Taming of the Shrew
The Virgin w/10,000 Arrows
"Possessed of wisdom beyond his youthful experience,
Monologues for a Cabaret
"Wasted," the trailer for the television pilot (dir. Remy Weber)
GREEN THEATRE COLLECTIVE
One of the nation’s first eco-theatres, Green Theatre Collective produces sustainable theatre that celebrates the actor, engages the heart and mind, and encourages a connection to the natural world.
"...this past weekend, as if in some kind of time warp, Shakespeare came back to me. A company called the Green Theatre Collective, very young, enthusiastic and talented, has been roaming the Northeast, performing for a night or two in unlikely venues. What makes their work eco-theatrical is their tiny footprint: they don't build sets, they don't use artificial lighting (and so perform at 5 PM), they wear street clothes, and there are very few of them: on Sunday, we watched seven talented actors bring As You Like It to life at Sylvester Manor, essentially a working farm with some cultural ambitions on Shelter Island, with only an sail-less windmill as a backdrop."
"In a way, it's very simple: like their itinerant sixteenth-century forbears, they roam the countryside, accepting what humble food and lodging they can promote, living by their wits and Shakespeare's. They're living proof that large ensembles, expensive machinery, and modern technology are almost beside the point."
"Lope de Vega, the great Spanish contemporary of Shakespeare's, described theater as merely "two boards and a passion," but as the Green Theatre Collective is proving, you don't even need boards if you have enough passion." - Richard Horwich
B.F.A. Acting, Emerson College:
Private Commercial coaching with Brian Patacca
Double Edge Theatre
Advanced Juggling Skills, Beginner Accordionist,