2013, how you've crept up on us.
Visited home for a month, and while there worked on a vlog mini-series titled Since the World is Ending... about how a man deals with the impending end of the world and decides to cross things off his bucket list. Thanks to Dorian, Gabe, Laura, and Hamlet for playing along.
In February, rejoined my friends at Concrete Temple Theatre and the original cast of The Bystander Project.
02.12.13 :: performed at the NYPL Bronx Library Center with a post-show talk back.
02.26.13 :: a day filled with three performances for the students, parents, and educators of the Taconic Hills Central School District in their beautiful theater.
Also, played a leading character in a short non-narrative art film by Dorian Carli-Jones titled Fugue about two young people who, during a night of passion, realize that the bond between them goes well beyond the world which they think they know. It touches upon concepts such as past lives, twin souls, and reincarnation, as well as the universality of love and the many different forms it takes.
To close up the month, last night I had the honor of being master of ceremony at Boxed Wine Productions' evening of prohibition and 1920s themed revelry Speakeasy: a cabernet cabaret at Jimmy's No. 43 in the East Village. It was a swell night of dancing flappers, songstresses, burlesque, stand-up, and even a silent movie with live accompaniment.
Coming up, signed on to play the lead in a short film by Tyler Byrnes titled Breakfast. The script deals with a pretty heavy and rarely discussed topic - one that I'm humbled to be able to address in this role.