I am a May 2020 graduate of Wesleyan University, Connecticut, where I graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Theater and a BA with honors in History. I’ve acted in many films and theatrical productions in DC, as well as at Wesleyan and in the Connecticut area. Aside from my training in college, I have also trained in New York through the Studio / New York program. Apart from my theatrical training, I’ve acted on camera in several short films and TV episodes, and have worked as a lighting designer, master carpenter, and stage manager in productions. I also have experience as a youth instructor at Oddfellow’s Playhouse (3 years, youth 9-16), as well as in the Smithsonian Institution summer history camps (4 years, youth 9-14.) Currently, I run several theater classes over zoom for Middle School students, as well as one on one coaching and theater education for several clients. I recently returned from a national tour in which I ran teaching workshops across the country, as well as acting in the two productions.
Below, you can see my resume, as well as several audition monologues.
Nick, The American Plan, by Richard Greenberg (dramatic contemporary monologue)
Launcelot, A Merchant of Venice, A2S2 (comedic classical monologue)
Benjamin, The Four of Us, by Itmar Moses (comedic contemporary monologue)
Ray, Red Speedo, by Lucas Hnath (dramatic contemporary monologue)
Edmund, King Lear, A1S2 (classical dramatic monologue)