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Other Works

  • Lyricist and lead singer for the 10-piece "Afro-Celtic Yiddish Ska" band The Fenwicks.
  • debut CD "Member of No Tribe"(1994) on Guitar Recordings.
  • New CD "Eudaimonia" and national tour due in 2000.
  • The Fenwicks release CD "Truth & Memory: Live and Unleashed at Arlene Grocery NYC" and play The Vans Warped Tour 2005.
  • Lifetime Member of the Actors Studio.
  • Fall 2007: The Fenwicks tour the East Coast with Boston based ska band "Big D and The Kids Table" on a "Fenwicks for Freedom" Tour sponsored by the Human Right Foundation.
  • Member of the Elephant Theater Company. Starred in its production of Stephen Adly Guirgis' play "In Arabia We'd All Be Kings" - Winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critic's Circle Award for "Best Production of 2007" and Backstage West's Garland Award for "Best Ensemble 2007".
  • Music video for The Fenwicks' song "Another Deadly Mother" directed by Bennett Miller ("Capote").
  • Two live concert videos for The Fenwicks' songs "Truth & Memory" and "You, Me and Heresy" shot by director Robert M. Young ("Caught").
  • Played the role of Zionist hero Hillel Kook (aka "Peter Bergson") twice onstage in Bernard Weinraub's play "The Accomplices", in 2008 at The Fountain Theatre, and in 2009 at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles.
  • (2010) Vans Warped Tour Summer 2010: As lead singer/lyricist for the LA based ska band "HaSkaLA".
  • (2009) Starred as "Tom" in the Los Angeles Premiere of Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's play "Hunter Gatherers" at the Pasadena Playhouse's Carrie Hamilton Theatre with the Furious Theatre Company.
  • Vans Warped Tour Summer 2010: As lead singer/lyricist for the L.A. based ska band "HaSkaLA".
  • (January 2016) In January 2016 actor Schub originated the role of Avraham 'Yair' Stern - Actor, Poet & Founder & Leader of 'LEHI' (the "Fighters for the Freedom of Israel" aka "The Stern Group") in the World Premiere of historian Zev Golan's play "The Ghosts of Mizrachi Bet Street" based on the life of Avraham Stern and directed by Leah Stoller & S. Kim Glassman at The Jerusalem Theatre in Israel.

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