Working with a cast and production team full of my friends was a blast. This project was a new challenge for me because I not only got to perform in the show but I also got to…Continue Reading
Side Show posed a unique struggle in a couple different ways. It was the first show in the small, old Echo Theater with this big of a cast. It was also the first show produced by the newly-formed Utah Rep headed by Johny Hebda. Many responsibilities fell to the cast, so I had the chance to actually choreograph Buddy’s tap number “One Plue One Equals Three.” No promises on it being any good but I had fun doing it!
The new 11 episode, tongue-in-cheek, sci-fi/western series GruntSlingers was my first real exposure to film. I would certainly go back and do some things…Continue Reading
From newlyweds to widower, A Shared Life, written and directed by Chase Ramsey, follows the ups and downs of a marriage amidst work, family and even enduring the loss of a child. Sharing the stage with the beautiful and giving Cherielyn Julander was so natural and easy. What an honor it was to play a part in the workshop and premiere performance of such a wonderful piece.
My hysterical friend Stephanie Bare and I put together a cabaret show of some of our favorite songs, enlisted the help of a VERY talented accompanist; the one and only David Skouson, and put on 2 well attended shows in Boulder City, NV just outside Las Vegas. We had a great time.
My first student film directed by Jacob Lees Johnson. A high concept, heightened reality, highly stylised piece. Still not sure what it was about… What do you think?
Robert Martin was an incredibly fun role to play. Working with…Continue Reading
To pay homage to my awkward beginning that started my awkward journey into awkward adulthood, here’s a few pictures from my first show to my first professional show!! (I’ll post more as I find them!)