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Birth Place: Miami, FL

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Plays: "Transfiguration" (Awarded Best One-Man Drama, United Solo Festival 2018); "Witzelsucht" (2018); "The Last Boy" (2012). Acting—Stage: Greene, "The Power and the Glory": Governor's Cousin; Shakespeare, "Julius Caesar"; Cinna the Poet. Short films: 2018: "Grandma's House": Hank; "Lunatic": Garth; "Lovely, Dark, Deep": Robert Frost. Training: Grace Kiley (acting, directing); Austin Pendleton (directing); Patrick Page (acting); Lenard Petit/Michael Chekhov Studio (acting); Karen Kohlhaas/Atlantic (directing); Gary Garrison/Dramatists Guild (playwriting); John Dietrich/Dramatists Guild (musicals); Member: Dramatists Guild. Directing: Reading of Miller's "All My Sons"; Reading of own play, "Witzelsucht".

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Opera Philadelphia to Present Free Concert at Dilworth Park in June

Opera Philadelphia will host a free concert at Dilworth Park on June 20, offering a preview of their 50th season with performances by featured artists and orchestra members. Learn more and see how to attend!
UNCSA Professor of Double Bass Paul Sharpe Named UNC Board of Governors Excellence in Teaching Award Winner

 University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) Professor of Double Bass Paul Sharpe has been named recipient of a 2024 University of North Carolina (UNC) Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Renowned Clarinetist Charles Neifich to Perform Recital at Manhattan School of Music

On March 27th, at 7:30PM, the renowned clarinetist Charles Neidich will perform a concert at Greenfield Hall of the Manhattan School of Music.
Clarinetist Charles Neidich to Return to the WA Concert Series at Tenri Cultural Institute

Renowned clarinetist Charles Neidich will return to the WA Concert Series at Tenri Cultural Institute on March 1, 2024. Learn how to purchase tickets.
CIM's Trumpet Department Welcomes Influx Of Top Talent For Spring 2024

Cue the fanfares. CIM's trumpet studio is about to welcome an influx of top talent.
Opera Philadelphia Holds a Free "Christmas in July" Concert at Cooper River Park Next Month

Opera Philadelphia brings its multitalented singers, orchestra, and chorus to South Jersey on Thursday, July 13, at 8:00 p.m. for a family-friendly night of opera conducted by Collingswood’s Elizabeth Braden.
2024 YoungArts Application Now Open

YoungArts, the national foundation for the advancement of artists, is now accepting applications for its prestigious annual competition.
Wildsong Presents HEATHERS THE MUSICAL

Wildsong Productions, a San Diego based nonprofit 501(c) community theater group, presents the cult classic: Heathers the Musical. The show will be running at the OB Playhouse from May 12 through June 11!
The Cleveland Orchestra Announces 2023�"24 Family Concert And Music Explorers Series

The Cleveland Orchestra announced its 2023–24 Family Concert Series and Music Explorers Series at Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Concert Hall and Reinberger Chamber Hall at Severance Music Center.
Green Space Announces February 2023 Lineup

Green Space is pleased to announce a diverse roster of artists for its signature programs this December. Take Root will present an evening of work by Jon Lehrer Dance Company and Colectiva Flamenco Rosado on February 10th and 11th, and Fertile Ground showcases works-in-progress by multiple dance artists February 12th.
Review: THE GOLDEN GIRLS: THE LOST EPISODES -THE OBLIGATORY HOLIDAY SHOW at Hell In A Handbag Productions

What did our critic think of THE GOLDEN GIRLS: THE LOST EPISODES -THE OBLIGATORY HOLIDAY SHOW at Hell In A Handbag Productions?
Photos: Hell in a Handbag Productions Presents THE GOLDEN GIRLS: THE LOST EPISODES �" THE OBLIGATORY HOLIDAY SPECIAL

Hell in a Handbag Productions will ring in the holiday season with the return of its favorite seniors in The Golden Girls: The Lost Episodes – The Obligatory Holiday Special, playing November 26 – December 30, 2022 at The Hoover-Leppen Theatre at The Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St. in Chicago.
Festival of Arts Officials Report on 2022 Season & Announce 'Art Colony: In the Company of Artists'

At the Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters annual membership meeting on Wednesday, November 9th, members were updated on the past season’s achievements and among the first to have a glimpse at the 2023 Pageant of the Masters.
THE GOLDEN GIRLS: THE LOST EPISODES, THE OBLIGATORY HOLIDAY SPECIAL to be Presented by Hell in a Handbag

Hell in a Handbag Productions will ring in the holiday season with the return of its favorite seniors in The Golden Girls: The Lost Episodes, The Obligatory Holiday Special, playing November 26 – December 30, 2022 at The Hoover-Leppen Theatre at The Center on Halsted.
Hell in a Handbag Productions Announces 2022-23 Season Featuring FRANKENSTREISAND World Premiere & More

Hell in a Handbag Productions has announced its 2022-23 season. The 21st season kicks off with the world premiere of FRANKENSTREISAND, conceived and written by ensemble member Tyler Anthony Smith* and directed by Stephanie Shaw, playing September 29 – October 31, 2022.
The Cleveland Orchestra Announces Family Concert And Music Explorers Series

The Cleveland Orchestra announced on Tuesday its 2022-23 Family Concert and Music Explorers Series. From October to April, these concerts and interactive events will bring seven kid-friendly performances to Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Concert Hall and Reinberger Chamber Hall at Severance Music Center.
Photos: Woodstock Arts Presents SWEAT By Lynn Nottage

Woodstock Arts is presenting Sweat by Lynn Nottage running through March 20, 2022. Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize, Sweat is a masterful depiction of the forces that divide and conquer us. Lynn Nottage has won the Pulitzer Prize for drama, twice, and remains the only woman to do so. 
HOME: Reimagining Interiority, A YoungArts Spring Exhibition Takes Place in April

YoungArts, the national foundation for the advancement of artists, presents Home: Reimagining Interiority, a new group exhibition that explores the significant ways Black visual narratives respond to the dynamic cultural, political, social, economic and intimate changes that have forced us to (re)interrogate previous conceptions of Blackness and home.
The CRAFT Institute And San Francisco's African-American Shakespeare Company Join Forces With Michele Shay For ECHOES OF US

The African Diasporic Network has finally announced plans for its first production, Echoes of Us, to be directed by none other than Michele Shay. 
Photos: Inside the Industry Reading For REEL WOOD at Stonewall Inn

'REEL WOOD”, the full-length version of Joe Gulla's acclaimed, nationally-produced one-act by the same name, had an exclusive industry reading at the legendary Stonewall Inn this past Thursday, February 17th.

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