I am thrilled to announce that WHITE REINDEER has opened at the IFC Center here in NYC and will be running for a week! I was sad to miss the opening night party because I was performing in St Louis in THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS, but I am so excited to finally be able to tell people at home and across the country that they can go see the film at their local theater. Upcoming runs include Chicago, Boston, Cleveland, Philly, San Fran, Austin, Sydney, and my hometown of Columbus!
Read one of the many great reviews– this one in Variety magazine!
In addition, check out Brandon Schaefer’s poster that made the 50 BEST POSTERS OF 2013 (#16!) at Film.com!
And watch the official IFC trailer here!
Or watch the original SXSW trailer:
Read DC Theatre Scene’s interview with me here! What a lovely artistic community.
Tickets are selling fast for our run of THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS at the Lansburgh Theatre in DC, and even though we open next week, our run has already been extended through January 6. I’m so thrilled to be a part of this wonderful tour– can’t wait until my opening night Dec 20!
I grew up in Columbus, Ohio, but part of my family is from the southeastern part of the state– and one of the local city newspapers there heard about the recent premiere of ME, YOU AND THE ROAD and wanted to do a piece on my career.
Read the article here!
Meanwhile, I’m deep in rehearsals for both THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS which opens in December in DC and LOUD AND CLEAR: A COLLECTION OF STORIES which opens in January in NYC with Broken Box Mime Theater. I’m excited to share my work– stay tuned for more information about how to see these performances!
I am thrilled to announce that I will be joining the cast of THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS in Washington DC hosted by The Shakespeare Theatre Company this December 19-30. This two-person adaptation of the popular C. S. Lewis story will be playing DC as the last leg of its 2012 national tour– stay tuned for my possible performance dates with the tour in 2013! I’ll be playing Toadpipe, the insidious gargoyle-like creature-assistant to the demon Screwtape. It’s an incredible physical role– while Screwtape is deliciously verbose, Toadpipe expresses everything without words. I am so excited to join this wonderful little family– and am looking forward with great fondness to playing the Lansburgh again. Here’s to a joyous– and delightfully evil– homecoming!