I’ll be returning to The Duplex this December to take part in AS THE YEARS GO ON: A RETRO CABARET!

This show will explore our current climate using songs from the American Musical Theater of the 1960s and 1970s. All proceeds go to Retro Productions Theater Company, a NYC-based indie theater company (2017 NY Innovative Theatre Awards Caffe Cino Fellowship Winner for continually outstanding work in the off-off Broadway community) now in it's 14th Season. The cabaret be directed by Ricardo Rust with musical direction by Emily Errickson.

Featuring Performances by:

Christopher Borg, Heather E. Cunningham, Michael Lapinsky, Chad Anthony Miller, Ricardo Rust, Ben Schnickel, Alisha Spielmann, and Sara Thigpen.

December 9th, Sunday at 4:30PM
December 10th, Monday at 7:00PM
December 12th, Wednesday at 9:30PM

$20 Ticket in Advance
2 Drink Minimum in the Cabaret Theatre*

$25 Ticket at the Door (plus service fee) & a 2 Drink Minimum in the Cabaret Theatre*

*Drinks Must be purchased In the Cabaret Theatre to count towards the Minimum.

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Well, dadgum. I’m just happier than a pig in a sh*t. I’ve just been cast as Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd in LCT’s production of Whorehouse, which will be performed at LHUCA this October. I’ve loved this musical ever since I was introduced to it by my mother. Dolly and Burt? Magical.

Details to come!



My artist-in-residency at Lubbock Community Theatre continues into their 29th season. I’ll be playing the role of Officer O’ Hara in Arsenic and Old Lace. Very happy to be working under director Erin Castle and stoked to be reunited with a fellow actor from RIPCORD, MIchael McKinin.

Lubbock Community Theatre
4232 Boston Avenue
Lubbock, Texas

September 14 - 16; September 21 - 23; September 28 - 30

Tickets can be purchased at



On August 25th, Lubbock Community Theatre held their annual awards gala. The theme this year was THE GREATEST SHOW, which I had the pleasure of serving as the Master of Ceremonies. We had several youth from the community, as well as Lubbock luminaries perform covers from THE GREATEST SHOW movie.

The evening also served as an opportunity for us to thank our donors, patrons, audience members, and artists who had given over the course of the season. Toward the end of the gala, we announced the winners of the current year's G. W. Bailey Awards. This year, I won Favorite Male Performance in a Leading Role for RIPCORD. The award is such an honor as LCT is the theatre that gave me my start back when i was in a high school student performing in "Anne of Green Gables." I'm incredibly grateful for this community that continues to cultivate and nurture young artists. Thank you, LCT, and all of the voters!

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I'm thrilled to be sharing that I will be performing the role of RYAN in Gina Femia's WE ARE A MASTERPIECE, which will be produced by Retro Productions Theatre Company this April at the 14th Street Y.

I will also be joining Retro as their newest company member!

WE ARE A MASTERPIECE takes place at the dawn of the AIDS crisis, when the disease was still a mystery. In Kalamazoo, Michigan, Joan, a no-nonsense nurse, becomes a sort of fairy godmother to the town’s gay community when no one else will step up to care for them as they die one by one. She becomes their friend, their mother, their sister, as they navigate life and death with this new plague; caring for them, taking in John - an artist who becomes like a son to her, burying the dead on her property. Out of the ashes of their collective lives, lifelong bonds are forged and beauty is found even at the darkest of moments.

General Admission: $25 || Seniors/Students: $22

Tickets date and info here!

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So happy to be returning to the role of RYAN in Gina Femia's WE ARE A MASTERPIECE!

On Tuesday, January 23rd, Retro Theatre Productions will be hosting a sneak peek/fundraiser for the spring production of Femia's work.

If you remember the relationships of LONGTIME COMPANION, you will be very at home with this piece.



  • Open Wine/Beer/Soda Bar thanks to the sponsors Original New York Seltzer and Captain Lawrence Brewing Company.
  • Raffles! Tickets cost 1 for $5, 3 for $10 and 5 for $20 - CASH ONLY
  • Prizes are still coming in but include a Belvedere Vodka gift set, a basket of tea and sweets, and more!
  • Tickets are $20 when purchased online in advance - $25 at the door CASH ONLY
  • Event held at The Gene Frankel Theatre - 24 Bond Street

Hope to see you there!



This December, I'll be participating in a reading workshop of SUBMISSION. This original new work, written and directed by Justin McDevitt, is being presented by Theatre For The New City as part of their SCRATCH NIGHT series, which offers the opportunity for artists to present work in progress to an audience for one night only.

Synopsis of SUBMISSION:

As a hurricane descends upon New York City, devoted Stephen discovers that his boyfriend has been experimenting in the subculture of S&M under the pretense of research. At the insistence of his sharp-tongued friend, Jack, Stephen confronts his boyfriend's infidelities and, ultimately, the man who has come between them.

I'll be playing the role of WILL, a conflicted man searching out his identity within subculture of S&M.

December 11th at 7pm
Theatre For the New City
155 First Avenue
Suggested $5 Donation




Looking forward to joining the cast of Alan Safier's new play!


What does it mean to be male in the 21st century?

Ask Rick, Ed, Trey, Kody and Skyler, five men of different ages and varied backgrounds, each with his own unique way of looking at life:
an actor who’s harboring a secret …
an accountant who considers himself a real man’s man …
a lanky Texan who’s had more than his share of challenges …
an auto mechanic with a 119 IQ who doesn’t like to talk about himself …
and a coltish young dude who’s still trying to figure out who he is.


Admission is FREE. The reading is presented under the auspices of Working Actor Studio.


Love, Loss, & What I Drove


Incredibly happy to be working on another indie film. 

We begin shooting this month for BIG BREAK: An uplifting comedy drama that tells the story of Bill, a struggling comedian, going through a midlife crisis who's given an opportunity to compete for an opening spot on a comedy tour.

I'll be playing a yoga instructor...cherubic and charming, of course.

Thank you to Jay Cannon for including me in this project! The project also reunites me with several past collaborators and serves as an opportunity for me to work with friends on our first shared project.

More details coming soon.

Here is the IMDB link
Here is the Indiegogo Campaign
Here is the film website




On October 20th and 21st, The Anthropologists will be performing Phase 3 of THIS SINKING ISLAND at University Settlement (on the corner of Rivington and Eldridge Streets). We are performing as a part of CCTA (Climate Change Theatre Action). This particular devised theatre piece encompasses refugee narratives, original music, and a call to action. It is a 30-minute family-friendly play that celebrates the courage of climate refugees. 

I'm very fortunate to be working with such a talented group of artists who are committed to research, art, and social action.  Getting to use both parts of your brain on a project. is intoxicating.

Below is the poster as well as various rehearsal photos:

I hope that you will be able to join us.






In April 2018, I will be making my directorial debut with Lubbock Community Theatre. I've been asked to direct "RIPCORD," which will be the last play of their 2017-2018 season.

I'm so happy to return to a venue and organization that gave me my first acting opportunities so many moons ago.

More news to come!





Happy to announce that I'll be joining the cast of a new independent feature: BATSH*T BRIDE. I'll be playing the role of a priest. Filming begins in two weeks.

Batsh*t Bride is a wedding comedy about a bride who, days before her wedding, plays an April Fools prank on her fiancé by telling him that she thinks that they've lost that spark and that they should call off the wedding and break up...only to find out that he feels exactly the same way! 

This is the third feature from writer/director Jonathan Smith. Production begins in two weeks!

Here's a picture of me in a costume that I crafted together for the oddition.


On June 20th, the birthday of my beloved mother, I will be performing in PHASE 2 of "This Sinking Island," which is being produced by The Anthropologists. This is my first production with the company other than an exploratory/investigative session which I had with them during PHASE 1 of this production. We will performing PHASE 2 in Washington Heights as part of the Uptown Arts Stroll.


Inspired by the disappearing Kiribati Islands of the South Pacific and Virginia’s disappearing Tangier Island, "This Sinking Island" contemplates Manhattan’s own uncertain fate as an island. This family inclusive play follows a group of children and their families as they are forced to flee the only home they’ve known and must decide what they will save, what they will leave behind and how they will make a home in a foreign land. The show asks: what happens to a culture when the physical place disappears?

An ensemble of multi-faceted performers, designers and technicians will devise this research-driven allegorical play. A world alive with dreams and artifacts, This Sinking Island is told through evocative, mythic language derived from found text and source material, punctuated by shadow play and music. Performed in an intimate setting, the physical relationship between audience and performers invites proximity and gentle participation.  As with our previous works, This Sinking Island is deeply rooted in research, physical theatre and a collaborative scripting process guided by rigorous dramaturgy. 


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Shakes, rattle, and roll!

I'm finally delving back into Shakespeare with a reading of "King Lear," where I'll be playing the Fool. Thanks be to two of my talented colleagues, Rose Pedone Maloney and Amanda Brooke Lerner, for recommending me for the project.

Event Details:

Public reading of William Shakespeare's KING LEAR
Monday, May 1st, 7pm - 9pm
Opera America
330 7th Avenue

Angus G. Hepburn, Donovan Christie Jr., Michael Early, Courtney D. Ellis, Amanda Brooke Lerner, Daniel Levitt, Chad Anthony Miller, Maury Miller, Celeste Muniz, Harry O'Conor, Michael Satow, John William Schiffbauer, Vincent Torres

Reception to follow with wine and cheese


CASTING UPDATE: Gigi's Night Presents "Sketchy Tales"

On April 22nd, I'll be performing in an evening of sketch, storytelling, and stand up. 

Hosted by: 
Gigi Montreaux, Melissa Harlow, Jack Trinco

Marcy Agreen, Robert Bowman III, Christina Bowman, Lindsey Davis, Katie Donnelly, Chad Anthony Miller, Brittani O'Connell, Alex Sapozhnik, Angela Shultz, Lindsay Hope Simon, Brittany Jo Sowards, John Toon


Contact & RSVP: Melissa Harlow or Jack Trinco

Gigi’s Night is a bi-monthly performance series designed to create opportunities for theatre artists seeking a place to create, play, collaborate, and present work. Each month may explore a different format, including (but not limited to) cabaret, dance, drama, sketch and stand-up comedy. We invite theater artists who are interested in presenting new work to contact us with ideas. Each performance of Gigi’s Night will benefit Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries

This month Gigi's Night is benefiting Hell's Kitchen Farm Project, an urban farm on the roof of Metro Baptist Church. The farm grows fresh produce that is distributed through Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries weekly food pantry. Visit to learn more about volunteering on the farm.


While I was co-producing "Steel Magnolias" for Stomping Ground Theatre Company, I was befriended by the very talented Laura Daniel (who played Truvy). She suggested that I audition for Imagined Theatre's "Pound."  Lo and behold....three songs, one sight-read, and seven sides later, and one diva improv later,  I'm thrilled to announce that I'll be performing the role of Shep - a highly energetic slobber of a dog.

We will be performing this Memorial Day at the Signature Theatre as part of Sound Bite's Annual Festival of Ten Minute Musicals.



CASTING UPDATE: Mystified - The Strange Disappearance of Goldilocks

This May, I will be a part of a multimedia piece titled "Mystified: The Strange Disappearance of Goldilocks," which is being produced by On The Kusp Productions. The concept is a 48 Hours FairyTale mystery.  Goldilocks has vanished under mysterious circumstances and now a TV show is trying to discover the truth.  

I'll be playing the role of Papa Bear!

Ticket info below :)


For the past few months, I've been trying my hand at a new role: co-producer.

I've had the honor of working on two very distinctive projects, U.S.Over and Stomping Ground Theatre Company's production of "Steel Magnolias." Both projects have afforded me the honor of getting more involved in the business side of projects: casting talent, prop acquisition, assembling crews and volunteers, marketing.  

It's been an amazing adventure and one that I can definitely see myself growing into more fully in the coming years.

It takes so many people to mount an artistic production, and I'm over the moon that I get to work with some of the best and brightest of these creators every day.


CASTING UPDATE: "This Very Moment"

This fall, I'll be joining former fellow Texas Tech Red Raiders in the original musical revue, "This Very Moment." Music and lyrics by Brett Kristofferson and direction by Rebecca Burton. So very happy to be reuniting with friends (and castmates of shows past), Angela Schulz and Chad Ryan!

Performance dates:
November 11 - 13
Ticket information coming soon!


THIS VERY MOMENT is told from the perspective of everyday folks, mostly of a certain age (ahem), folks who have lived a bit, at least long enough to have made some major decisions about their life path, and long enough to have felt the repercussions, good or bad, those decisions brought them. Incorporating songs that span Brett Kristofferson's 20+ year career, THIS VERY MOMENT explores, mourns, and celebrates the moments that help shape the landscape of our lives; moments that expose our weaknesses, perplex us, and help us define the things that are important to us.

TUFF BOYS: Episode 2

I recently completed shooting a co-star role on the second episode of  the web series "Tuff Boys." Not only was it one of the most professional shoots I've been on for new media projects, but it also reunited me with a fellow Groundlings classmate Isaac Himmelman (a Tuff Boys producer/director/writer/actor). It was like being in improv class all over again. Check out the full episode below.