Starting late September I will be joining Disney Cruise Line's cast of Tangled the Musical on the Disney Magic. I will be portraying the suborn but lovable horse Maximus. I'm very lucky to be able to spend another nine months with Disney creating magic in three shows; Tangled the Musical, Twice Charmed, & Disney Dreams. The Magic will be sailing through Miami, Key West, the Bahamas, and many other tropical ports. Here's to round two!
My next adventure will be with the Disney Cruise Line, performing aboard their ship the Fantasy! I'll be joining the Fantasy 10 cast and spend the summer of 2016 working with the creative team learning multiple Disney shows in Toronto, Canada. In August I will board the Fantasy and spend the remaining 8 months of the contract in the Caribbean singing and dancing! Couldn't be more excited for this journey... Bon Voyage!
The last weekend of January through Valentine's Day 2016, The Secret Theatre will open A Chorus Line in Long Island City. I'm fortunate to be joining this kick ass cast playing Al DeLuca! Leading the production is Tom Rowan, the author of A Chorus Line FAQ: All Thats's Left to Know About Broadway's Singular Sensation with original choreography restaged by Geena Quintos. A perfect way to ring in the new year in my favorite show! Support Us!
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After closing one show on Sunday I'm off to join the cast of RENT this week! I'll be featured playing Gordon in the ensemble. This production will be put up in Long Island City at The Secret Theatre from September 23-27, 2015. Looking forward to meeting this team at 5th Floor Theatre Company!
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My next theatrical experience will be working on a new musical workshop adaptation of the life of Playboy's Hugh Hefner. Book written by Bethany Christine Elkin and music by Justin S. Fischer this workshop is sure to turn heads. "Maverick" will have industry presentations on Saturday August 29 & Sunday August 30. Look out for some bunnies on Broadway!
After three cities and a handful of kids and happy memories, my summer with Camp Broadway has come to an end! But what a journey it was. Ending the summer in Providence, RI was the cherry on top of a special experience working with an impressive and hardworking team of professionals at Camp Broadway. I couldn't be more pleased with how my first three months out of college have progressed!
This coming July and August I will be working with Camp Broadway as Chad in All Shook Up! It will be my first mini tour with a week spent in both Buffalo, NY & Providence, RI. I will be assisting the director and choreographer by teaching the staging to campers between the ages of 9-16. Can't wait to start working with this team!
July 13-17 New York City, NY / July 27-31 Buffalo, NY
August 10-14 Providence, RI
I never thought I'd have the opportunity to say I am a part of a track team but my dreams have been granted in Closer Than You Think. This new musical, based off the film Across The Tracks, is about two brothers who struggle to find common ground when they are reunited after Billy comes home from juvie. I play KJ, who is a track runner from Grandview High and have the pleasure to sing and play in this new world Brett Kristofferson has created. With direction by Jessica Bashline, music direction by Bryan Wade, and choreography by Kyle Pleasant this is a new piece of theatre that is going to hit the ground running.
June 18-28 - The Sheen Center Blackbox
Today I had the opportunity to sing for the man who created The Light In The Piazza, Adam Guettel. My peer and I sang "If I Loved You" which is one of the most iconic love songs in the history of musical theatre. Though it was a daunting challenge of material to present to a professional at his level of expertise, the experience was exceptionally insightful.
I am so lucky to get to share a stage with a star-studded cast of performers and a few Marymount Manhattan friends at The York Theatre Company's benefit concert 100 Musicals In Mufti! Hosted by John Tartaglia and directed by Michael Unger this is going to be a night full of crowd pleasing performances.
After two months in rehearsal of learning how to walk, talk, sit, stand, eat, and dress like an Italian, The Light In The Piazza will open on the Teresa Lang Theatre at Marymount Manhattan College. It's a crazy feeling to finally be performing in my senior year musical and to be sharing the stage with some of my closest friends from school is the cherry on top to my college career. With direction by Bethany Christine Elkin & Roger Ellis and music by Justin Fischer, I hope this beautiful show can touch your heart as much as it has touched mine.