Sunday, September 18, 2011


And we're back, dear reader. 2 posts in a single day, you say? How is that even possible? Well, it is, and you will just have to learn to live with that.

So, I'm teaching some improv these-a-days. It is super fun and some of the cheapest improv training that you're likely to find in the city of New York.

The deets are here and you should really think about taking my class.

Also, in that one should always be a student, I am also taking classes at The Magnet Theater and am currently being taught by Mark Grenier. He's a great teacher and the class is going very well so far.

That's it, dear reader. Be well.


Hello again, dear reader, and welcome to another blog. 
I suppose we can get right down to it.

I'm in a show called Vampure
Fun picture, huh?
And here's a fun video!

Fun video, huh?
Wanna see my show? You can!!

It runs every Saturday night at 10:45pm from October 8th-December 17th

That's it dear reader, til next time.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

What Happened to Peter

Hello, dear reader. 

Here's a film I did a while back called What Happened to Peter, written and directed by Ace Bouchard. It looks great! Here, take a look:


Hope everything you're doing is going swimmingly dear reader. Until next time!

Sunday, July 3, 2011

The Strawberry One-Act Festival

Hello again, dear blog reader. So, I'm in a play called Crossing Verrezano by Anthony Fusco that's going to be produced as part of the Strawberry One-Act Festival.

It will be a part of Series D which happens on July 29th at 9pm at 

The Hudson Guild Theatre
441 W 26th St (between 9th & 10th Aves)
New York, NY

Also in the show are: Christopher J. Anderson, Bradley LeBoeuf, R.J. Lucci, Matthew Michael Raynor & Nick Spain

This is one of those things where the audience votes and plays move on to the next level of the competition and what not, so if you're not busy, come on down!

Thursday, June 9, 2011

And we're wedded and back to the acting.

Hello again, dear reader, and welcome to my first post-marriaged update. The wedding was great, and the honeymoon was great too. There, you're caught up.

So, a short film I did a while ago is now up on Youtube, so check it out!

That was done as a film project for Perla Cruz, who is a student at the New York Film Academy. 

Hope all is well with you, dear reader. Until next blog, blog you later.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

My new website and other things

So, I created a website for fun, but also to work on both my writing and improv skills. It's called 

and anybody can submit a picture of a headline, webpage, picture, whatever that they think would be a band name for the ages. I then write a brief bio of said band and try to make it witty and amusing. Should be fun!

In other news, just finished the second run of "Story Time with Mr. Buttermen" with Mind the Art Entertainment

We did this run at Center Stage in Chelsea. It went great!! Also, we have a book with all the stories in it, including mine "The Emperor's New...Weapon of Mass Destruction". I suppose that means I'm a published playwright...?

I just did some ADR for "What Happened to Peter"

and what I've seen looks pretty good. Will put the film up when I have it.

I also just finished filming a short called "Eden" where I play a painter. I actually got to paint a little bit during the project and found it pretty exhilarating. I haven't painted since god knows when, and it was really fun. Once again, will post the film when I have it.

I believe that's it for the moment dear reader. So, please submit things to and send good thoughts my way. I shall certainly do the same for you.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011


Hello dear blog-reading person. This blog (very surprisingly) falls really close to my last blog post. Maybe I'm getting better at this blog thing? Maybe I should give up everything else and become a social media guru? Maybe I just have more going on these days? Who knows?

The reason for this particular blog post is to tell you all about a short film I did a while back (back in the time of goatee and long hair). It just recently got finished and looks great. It's called "Somnia" and it was directed by Joe Spit and stars myself along with Rob Holiday, Henrik Korman, Amy Young and Heir Director Joe Spit.

Here it is!

Somnia from Joe Spit on Vimeo.
Wasn't that great?!

The film is going to a couple of festivals, which is cool. That's it for now dear reader. Remember to look at my previous blog post and follow the instructions of seeing me in a show this weekend. Ta!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Mind the Art Anthology Vol II

And we're back. After a holiday break of not doing so many things (except for writing when I get the chance), I'm back doing a show with Mind the Art Entertainment. It is one half of a series called A Mind the Art Anthology Vol II. Why Vol II

Well, because we did Vol I last year in the spring. That was the Vol that featured my full-length piece Die.

Both of these wonderful Vols were and are to be held at the La Mama E.T.C. which is a great theatre down on E 4th Between 2 & 3. 

I am in the piece called Story Time with Mr. Butterman (that disturbed man that lives in your park) Fables for Adults Living in a Modern World which is certainly the longest titled play that I've ever been in so far.

The show is a compilation of poetry, music and theatre, all written on the theme of adult fairy tales or fables that have some bearing on life as we know it. I wrote one of the pieces called The Emperor's New...Weapon of Mass Destruction. The show runs Jan 28, 29 & 30 (Friday & Saturday at 10pm, Sunday at 5:30pm).

The other piece that is part of this Vol is called A Woman in Progress

and is written and performed by my lovely soon-to-be-wife Keelie Sheridan. This show runs Jan 21 & 22 (both performances at 10pm).

Tickets for both of these shows can be purchased at the La Mama

74A East 4th Street
(btw Bowery & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
Office: M–F 11a–6p
Box Office: M–Su 12–5p

or online at the La Mama website.

You should probably come see them both, just for fun.