Productions

 
 
Shakespeare Dice: Twelfth Night photo: Tom Ciaburri

Shakespeare Dice: Twelfth Night
photo: Tom Ciaburri

Dice

A small ensemble of actors learn the entire script of a classic text. Every night, the audience rolls the dice to determine who plays who and the show goes on. 

I’ve participated in three iterations of Shakespeare Dice - Shakespeare Dice: Twelfth Night, Shakespeare Dice: Hamlet, and Shakespeare Dice: As You Like It. This fall I will take on a new challenge: Dice: Pride and Prejudice.

Praise for Shakespeare Dice: Twelfth Night:

"Based on the premise, you might expect a harried and unfinished production, but this show does not follow the rules of logic. There's beautiful blocking and choreography, constant and clever improvisation, and characterization that rivals—even surpasses—Seattle Rep's 2007 production of Twelfe Night. Somehow, they even pull off stage combat. This is magic. "
- The Stranger

 
Quick Bright Things photo: Tom Ciaburri

Quick Bright Things
photo: Tom Ciaburri

Classical

I enjoy the textual challenge of classical theatre and I specialize in working with Shakespeare. Shakespearean text calls me to be a detective and a linguist, engaging body and brain to communicate complex thoughts.

Classical Highlights:

Quick Bright Things Helena 2017

Macbeth Macbeth 2016

The Tempest Ariel 2012, 2014

 
The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence photo: Joe Iano

The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence
photo: Joe Iano

Contemporary

Whether devised, immersive, site specific, or black box based fare, I enjoy stretching my silly and serious muscles in contemporary stories.

Contemporary Highlights:

Who Killed Otter’s Babies Sonata 2018

The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence Eliza 2017

Never Swim Alone Referee 2014