Up Next: Down in the Valley

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!

 

 

 

 

Now Playing: The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe

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:

http://www.tennessean.com/story/life/arts/2017/12/06/studio-tenn-delivers-imaginative-take-lion-witch-and-wardrobe/925241001/

http://www.nashvilleparent.com/theater-review-the-lion-the-witch-and-the-wardrobe/

Summer Shakespeare!

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

 

 

 

Hooray for New Works!

I am so pleased to announce that I will be participating in the Nashville Repertory Theatre’s Ingram New Works Festival this month! PATTERN SEEKING ANIMALS, the excellent new play by Gabrielle Reisman, will have staged readings alongside new plays by playwrights such as Christopher Durang and Nashville’s own Nate Eppler!

“Louisiana’s coastline is disappearing. A plot of land the size of a football field is swallowed every hour by rising water. As the ocean creeps up on the town of Jean Lafitte, scientists and state administrators bargain over its future, and a theatre troupe arrives to tell the town’s story. When a storm threatens everyone’s plans, the citizens of Jean Lafitte- from the mayor to a pair young Piggly Wiggly employees try to make some sense of what comes next.”

Purchase your festival pass at:

https://nashvillerep.org/ingramfestival2017res

So Much Flannel! R&J Opens This Week!

GUYS. I am so excited to for this show to open. Our Renaissance/90’s blend that’s happening in Verona looks beautiful and  awesome with the costumes and the lighting and the set and the projections and the super cool fights and of course the ACTORS! This production of ROMEO & JULIET is something special – Santiago’s vision has been clear from the beginning and seeing it come to life has been incredible. Come join us and experience this story in a fun, engaging, unique way! PS I’m playing Benvolio!

Here’s the ticket link:

http://www.ticketsnashville.com/websales/pages/VenueListPage.aspx?ven=e9db9429-2a4e-43f6-90fd-94950dce1dc3

FAILURE Opens Tonight!

GUYS. ART IS HAPPENING. It has been such a wild, wonderful, whimsical time rehearsing this show, and now FAILURE: A LOVE STORY  is opening and we get to share this beautiful story with you! Please join us in the next two weekends and engage in something truly magical. Tickets can be purchased at

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/failure-a-love-story-by-philip-dawkins-tickets-28131016628?ref=ebtn

See you there!

Opening Soon: Shakespeare in the Park!

Hello again friends! In case you were unaware, next week kicks off the opening of Nashville Shakespeare Festival’s 2016-2017 season! I am involved with both shows, playing Macduff in the Apprentice Company’s production of MACBETH and understudying Angelo in COMEDY OF ERRORS. The shows will run in rep, with The Scottish Play opening next Thursday night, August 11! More information for both shows can be found at:

http://nashvilleshakes.org/shakespeareinthepark.htm

Hope to see you there!

 

 

What?! A Harry Potter Reading?

Good afternoon, Muggles! Those of you remotely aware of pop culture no doubt are aware that this week, the latest installments in the Harry Potter franchise, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II, were released to the public. But these aren’t new books- no no, friends, they are plays! And I’m sure you may be wondering just how you’re going to get to experience the magic as fully as you can without flying to London and seeing these works on West End. Well, lucky for you, as part of Actor’s Bridge Ensemble’s Sideshow Fringe Festival, there is a staged reading of HPCC Parts I & II this weekend, August 6 & 7!  It will be most magical! More information about Sideshow Fringe can be found at:

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