Woohoo! Your next chances to see me:
Nathaniel – The Fall of the House of Usher – Friday, Oct 30th
Roderick – The Fall of the House of Usher – Saturday, Nov 7th
Woohoo! Your next chances to see me:
I’ll be stepping in for some Wicked Lit performances at the Mountain View Mausoleum and Cemetery this Halloween season, and here are the dates! Get tickets now, as it has sold out every show for the past several years!
The Fall of the House of Usher (Nathaniel): Oct 15, 16 / (Roderick): Nov 7
The Grove of Rashoman (Tajomaru): Oct 23, 24
I’m happy to announce that my castmates and I won a Scenie Award for Ensemble Cast Performance in a Drama for the Echo Theater Company’s production of FUGUE! FUGUE won a number of awards, including Outstanding Production, Best Direction, and Best Lead Actor! Check out all of the winners at the link below!
If you’re wondering what I’ve been up to this summer, I’ve been busy rehearsing and performing in some exciting stuff for Unbound Productions! In June, I performed in a staged reading for an audience of 300 people at the new theater space at the beautiful Huntington Library in a new Unbound venture, dubbed, Mystery Lit, in Jonathan Josephson’s adaptation of 3 classic Sherlock Holmes stories, titled, Sherlock, Holmes, and the Consulting Detective. Another reading of the play is scheduled to take place in early August.
I’ve also been rehearsing for Unbound’s summer Wicked Lit installation at The Mountain View Mausoleum. I will be performing as the lead character in staged readings of an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s, From Beyond, which will be followed by full productions of an adaptation of W.W. Jacobs’, The Monkey’s Paw, running July 10-25.
This article for FUGUE was featured on American Theater Magazine’s homepage recently!
“An edgy, potent drama… The creation of brilliant music counterpoints the tormented amorous lives of three prominent composers… elegantly geometric in its construction and viscerally potent in its staging… Unadventurous viewers need not apply.” — Los Angeles Times
“GO!… Ambitious… It is the movement, the timing and the brilliant staging of sex, suicide and slaughter that make the production extraordinary.” -LA Weekly
“Cleverly constructed… Smith leavens his dark, brooding meditation on the mystery of creativity with large doses of wit and humor… a play about music which becomes a piece of music itself…. superb performances” —Total Theater
“PROVOCATIVE AND DRAMATIC… an excellent production… . Director Fields weaves his players and their stories flawlessly.” — On Stage Los Angeles
Excited to start rehearsing for FUGUE, Tommy Smith’s latest play, running Feb 14 – April 5 at The Echo Theater Company! I’ll be playing Vladimir “Bob” Davidov in a brilliant fictionalized story about 3 famous composers and their various love triangles. You won’t want to miss this!
Wicked Lit 2014 was a blast! I’m very grateful to have been a part of such a unique experience for the last 4 years. And the audiences have not only been coming back, but coming back and bringing friends! All 28 shows sold out this year! Woohoo!
I am very happy to announce that I will be making my debut at The Echo Theater Company as Birdy in THE OPTIMIST in the ECHO ONE ACTS 2014! I’m stepping in for the extension, so you only have 3 chances – Aug 29, 30, and 31! Tickets at echotheatercompany.com
I am also in rehearsals to play Jonathan Harker in Wicked Lit 2014’s DRACULA’S GUEST, running Oct 3 – Nov 8 at the Mountain View Mausoleum and Cemetery! Tickets are on sale at unboundproductions.org
Also, don’t miss me in FRANKLIN & BASH airing Sept 3rd on TNT!
Very excited to announce that I just shot my first Co-Star role as a Bailiff on Franklin & Bash!