Born and educated in New Zealand. Journalist and radio announcer. Fighter pilot Royal Canadian Air Force. Eastern Air Lines Captain. Actor: AEA, SAG (council member), AFTRA. Playwright: DGA. Carbonell Judges' Committee six years. Carbonell Awards Show Co-producer and MC. Fifty plus years Miami-Dade resident.
The Grand Canyon's Havasupai tribe are dying out from diabetes. They have a champion. Social anthropologist Ken (Carlos Orizondo) has lived with them, studied them, and written a book about them and he's trying to help them survive. So he brings in a genetic anthropologist Jillian (an outstanding Betsy Graver) to draw their blood and from this discover why the diabetes.BWW Review: FINDING MONA LISA at Actors' Playhouse July 20, 2017
THE CARETAKER is a long play. Plenty of room for brilliant monologues and Pinter's lengthy silences, words left unsaid, emotions implied. A tightening tension building THE CARETAKER to its enigmatic climax.BWW Review: GUYS AND DOLLS at The Wick Theatre April 7, 2017
The audience were barefooted when they stood for their standing O at the Arsht's Carnival theatre opening night. Why? They'd just had their socks knocked off by Zoetic Stage's production of After, Michael McKeever's world premiere.BWW Review: THE THREE SISTERS OF WEEHAWKEN at Theatre Lab November 2, 2016
Olga, Masha and Irina, with Natasha close behind, have fled the pages of Chekov, waited awhile in Beckett, and finally found a home in Deborah Zoe Laufer's wonderfully funny The Three Sisters of WeehawkenBWW Review: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET at Actors' Playhouse October 26, 2016
Take a second mortgage on the dog, whatever you have to do, to get tickets to Million Dollar Quartet.