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  • (August 1999 - October 1999) Plays Ted in the off-Broadway play, "It's My Party..." starring F. Murray Abraham and Joyce Van Patten.
  • (December 2003 - March 2005) Makes his Broadway debut as Motel the tailor in the Broadway revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" starring Alfred Molina.
  • (October 2004) His first play, "Almost, Maine," opens at Portland Stage Company, and receives rave reviews and breaks box office records.
  • (March 2005) Replaces Jason Biggs as Hershel in the off-Broadway hit, "Modern Orthodox."
  • (July 2005) Plays Speed in "Two Gentlemen of Verona" at the Public/New York Shakespeare Festival.
  • (February 2006) "Almost, Maine," opens Off Broadway to modest success and goes on to become one of the most frequently produced plays in the country, with nearly 2000 productions to date.
  • (April 2006) His second play, "cul-de-sac" premieres in New York City, produced by Transport Group, to positive reviews.
  • (July 2007) Plays Mr. Pincus in Williamstown Theatre Festival's "The Front Page" starring Richard Kind and Jason Butler Harner.
  • (February 2009) Stars opposite Rachel Dratch in the new musical "Minsky's," (Casey Nicholaw, Director) at The Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
  • (October 2010) His third play, "Last Gas," premieres at Portland Stage Company in Portland, Maine, receiving excellent reviews and breaking box office records.
  • (May 2011 - September 2011) Stars in the Shakespeare Festival at the Old Globe in San Diego, playing Trinculo in "The Tempest" and Dogberry in "Much Ado About Nothing."
  • (March 2013) His fourth play, "Love/Sick," premieres at Portland Stage Company in Portland, Maine to excellent reviews and goal-breaking box office.
  • (2014) His play, "Almost, Maine," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Jessica Kitchens, David Mason, Ron Menzel, and Regan Thompson in the cast.

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