Nashville Repertory Theatre’s production of Avenue Q is open now and audiences are raving!
See what Jeffrey Ellis of broadwayworld.com has to say about it:
BWW Review: Nashville Rep’s Outrageously Fun AVENUE Q Leaves Audiences Wanting More
While you’re at it, check out our review in Nashville Parent:
Avenue Q: A Perfect Parents’ Night Out
I am thrilled to announce that I will be part of the Nashville Repertory Theatre’s cast of Avenue Q, running Sept. 8 – 23, previews Sept. 6 -7! Get your tickets now to see this Tony Award winning musical sure to fill you with joy, laughter and fuzzy mayhem.
Here it is – issue #2 of the Avengers: Infinity War prelude comic dubbed by Krayt Dragon Films! In this issue, I voice Doctor Strange! Enjoy 🙂
Are you excited about the release of Avengers: Infinity War? Do you need a refresher on what has been happening in the Marvel Universe? Well check out this comic dub I did with Krayt Dragon Films! I voice Captain America in this first issue, and another exciting superhero in the upcoming issue #2!
Hello everyone! I’ve got some news about what’s coming up next: in April, I will be performing as a guest artist in the Lipscomb Department of Music’s production of Kurt Weill’s Down in the Valley! I’m happy to be working with these students and doing something I’ve never done before – opera!
The show will be one night only – April 19th!
The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe at Studio Tenn is a hit! I am so thankful to be playing in the ensemble of this wonderful show. Come see us while you can!
And while you’re at it, check out some of the great reviews we’ve gotten:
Hello everyone! I’ve got an exciting announcement – this summer I will once again be joining my friends at the Nashville Shakespeare for Shakespeare in the Park! This year’s shows will be THE WINTER’S TALE and ANTONY & CLEOPATRA, in which I will be playing the roles of Autolycus and Agrippa, respectively. I am thrilled to spend another summer at NSF, and can’t wait to get started 🙂
For more info, visit: http://www.nashvilleshakes.org/shakespeareinthepark.htm