Current Projects

Julius Caesar: Sept 21-Oct 7
The Shakespeare Company

I’m thrilled to be riding shotgun to the wonderful Ron Jenkins as assistant director and building the violence as fight director on this project!
“When Caesar returns to Rome from the wars, in effect a dictator, Brutus and his cohorts conclude that his ambition must be contained – which in Rome can mean only one thing: the mighty leader must be executed. But once the deed is done the radical traitors must reckon with the strength of a new wave of power. A power led by Mark Antony. Will Caesar’s ghost be revenged? Shakespeare’s heightened political thriller exposes the passionate blood that flows between men in power.”


The Outsiders: Feb 9-24
StoryBook Theatre

Another assistant directing project, this time working with my friend and mentor Karl Sine!
“This entirely practical stage adaptation deals with real people, seen through the eyes of young Ponyboy, a Greaser on the wrong side of life, caught up in territorial battles between the have-it-made rich kids—the Socs—and his tough, underprivileged ‘greaser’ family and friends.”

Sherlock Holmes and the American Problem: May 12 – Jun 10
Vertigo Theatre

Another assistant directing project, working with the amazing Mark Bellamy.
“The year is 1887, the occasion is Queen Victoria’s Jubilee, and American performer Anne Moses (a.k.a. Annie Oakley) needs the help of the World’s Greatest Detective.  But the simple case of a missing brother quickly leads to extraordinary inventions, robbery, and murder.”