s for Pacific Bell (1996)
(November 24 to December 30, 1989) He played Boy #3 in the Schoolyard in Marcia Dixcy and Jon Jory's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Holiday Favorites production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Vaughn McBride (Mr. Mulgawney, Dum, Mr. Fezziwig, Businessman #1); William McNulty (Charles Dickens); Kymberly Dakin (Mrs. Mulgawney, Ghost of Christmas Past, Fred's Maid); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (Mr. Cousins, Dee, Schoolmaster, Ghost of Christmas Past); Selena Carey-Jones (Catherine Dickens, Cook, Mrs. Cratchit); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Cousins, Mrs. Fezziwig); Jack Aranson (Scrooge); Bob Burrus (Bob Cratchit); V. Craig Heidenreich (Fred, Claws); Fred Major (Marley, Fiddler, Sailor #1, Joe Beetler); Victor Jory, Eric Thomas (Young Ebenezer, Peter Cratchit, Turkey Boy); Connan Morrisey (Boy #1 in Schoolyard Town Boy); Arthur Halpern (Boy #2 in Schoolyard); Lakshimi Ananthakrishnan (Fan, Belinda, Want); Don Spalding (Dick Wilkins, Topper, Businessman #3); Rob Lanier (Ebenezer, Poulterer, Coalminer #1, Townsperson); Lori Shearer (Belle, Mrs. Fred, Sukie); Pamela Stewart (Fezziwig Daughter #1, Pinched Sister, Caroline); Margaret Howard (Fezziwig Daughter #2, Wreath Vendor, Giggling Sister, Townsperson); Paul Rogers (Baker, Sailor #2, Fred Party Guest, Alexander, Townsperson); Jeremy Gold (Milkman, Shoveler, Coalminer #2, Ghost of Christmas Future); Jennifer Marshall (Housemaid, Chestnut Vendor, Fred Party Guest, Townsperson); Jessica Jory, Elizabeth Hayward (Martha Cratchit); Michael Hausladen, Shaun McKiernan (Tiny Tim, Want) and Matt Kozlowski (Lamplighter, Fred Party Guest, Businessman #2, Townsperson) in the cast. Jon Jory was also director.
(March 8 to April 7, 1990) He played Ba Hong, Matt, Soldier #2 and Serber in Ellen McLaughlin's play, "Infinity's House," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Ellen McLaughlin (Annie); Sakinda Jaffrey (Catches Rain); Greg Porretta (Carl, Kistiakowsky); Christopher Fields (Doolin, Wong, Rabi); Scott Sowers (Joe, Gratz, Katz); Bob Burrus (Indian); Josh Liveright (Plug, Cass); Andrew Polk (Asa, Jimmy, Edelstein); Bruce Romans (Sean, Li, Solder #1); Steve Wise (Silas, Turpin); Ray Fry (Hans Bethe, Na Bok); David A. Kimball (Oppenheimer); Joe Burmester (Nathan); Fred Major (General Goves); Jeremy Gold (Sing, Swaver) and Diane Casey (Fraulein Mittel) in the cast. Jackson Phippin was director.
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