If you can stand on stage and go through the experience as if for the first time, you are ahead of 90% of actors. Most people are the same in their living room as they are on stage. They can repeat every line and movement as they’ve planned. But being able to do it as if for the first time requires you to account for your partner's new line reading, the lost button on your costume, your forgotten prop and the man sneezing in the second row.
When you are on stage never waste a moment…always try to get what you want. Every line needs an action.
- Past teaching and guest artist work: University of Miami, Wake Forest University, UNC Greensboro, Southeastern Louisiana University, South Arkansas University
- Acting credits in New York: Urban Stages, Providence Playhouse, Drilling Company
- Regional theatre: Guthrie Theatre, Yale Repertory, Perseverance Theatre, Cleveland Playhouse, Virginia Stage Company, Players Theatre Columbus, Caldwell Theatre, Triad Stage, The Playwrights Center, Pillsbury House Theatre, New Theatre
- Television: As The World Turns
- Actor’s Equity Association (20 Years)
- Screen Actors Guild (10 years)
M.F.A. ActingYale School of Drama