- (1996) He acted in the revue, "Hitting for the Cycle", at the Famous Door Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Larry Neumann Jr. in the cast.
- (2003) He and David Cromer directed John Irving's novel-based play, "The Cider House Rules - Parts I and II", at the Famous Door Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Jennifer Pompa and Larry Neumann Jr. in the cast. The crew included Joseph Fosco (sound designer/original incidental music).
- (2010 - 2011) He acted in Edward Albee's play, "At Home At the Zoo", at the Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Marc Grapey and Annabel Armour in the cast.
- (May 4, 2012) He played Chuck the bartender in Eugene O'Neill's play, "The Iceman Cometh," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Brian Dennehy (Larry), Nathan Lane (Hickey), John Hoogenakker (Willie), James Harms (Jimmy), Piet (John Judd), John Reeger (Larry Neumann Jr.), John Douglas Thompson (Joe Mott), Lee Wilkof (Hugo), Kate Arrington, Lee Stark, Tara Sissom, Salvatore Inerzillo (Rocky the bartender), and Stephen Ouimette (Harry Hope) in the cast. Robert Falls was director. Kevin Depinet was scenic designer. Natasha Katz was lighting designer. Merrily Murray-Walsh was costume designer.
- (May 2016) He played Willy Loman in Tim Ryder and Tim Sniffen's play, "Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf? A Parody," at the Writers' Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Sean Fortunato (narrator), Jennifer Engstrom (Blanche DuBois), Karen Janes Woditsch (Martha), John Hoogenaker (George) and Michael Perez (Stanley) in the cast. Stuart Carden and Michael Halberstam were directors.
- (March 15 to April 7, 2007) He played Aaron, the oldest, in Ken Weitzman's play, "The As if Body Loop," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Kristen Fiorella (Sarah, the middle); Josh Lefkowitz (Glenn, the youngest); Jana Robbins (Attic Lady, their mother) and Keith Randolph Smith (Martin) in the cast. Susan V. Booth was director.