- (November 29 to December 28, 1996) He played Milkman, Shoveler, Coalminer 2 and Fred's Guest in Jon Jory and Marcia Dixcy Jory's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," in a Holiday Favorites production at the Actor Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Ted Bouton (Mr. Mulgawney, Dum, Mr. Fezziwig, Businessman 1); Brian Keeler (Charles Dickens); Ann Hodapp (Mrs. Mulgawney, Ghost of Christmas Past, Fred's Maid); Brian Anthony Wilson (Mr. Cousins, Dee, Ghost of Christmas Present); Peggity Price (Catherine Dickens, Cook, Mrs. Cratchit); Adale O'Brien (Mrs. Cousins, Mrs. Fezziwig); Fred Major (Scrooge); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (Bob Cratchit); Raymond L. Chapman (Fred, Claws); Bob Burrus (Marley, Joe Beetler); Jared Randolph (Schoolboy 1, Peter Cratchit, Turkey Boy); Claire Anne Longest (Fan, Belinda, Want); Scot Anthony Robinson (Dick Wilkins, Topper, Businessman 3, Sailor 1); Justin Hagan (Young Scrooge, Poulterer, Coalminer 1, Alexander); Twyla Haftermann (Belle, Mrs. Fred, Suki); Kathleen Early (Fezzi Sister, Wreath Vendor, Giggling Sister, Caroline); Miriam Brown (Fezzi Sister, Thin Sister, Wreath Vendor); Scott Parrish (Baker, Sailor 2, Fred's Guest, Townsperson); Bayne Gibby (Housemaid, Chestnut Vendor, Fred's Guest); Larry Barnett (Tiny Tim, Ignorance); Chris Bosen (Fred's Guest, Townsperson, Ghost of Christmas Future); Robert Michael (Young Ebenezer, Townsperson); James Quinn (Schoolboy Ensemble) and David Ray (Schoolboy Ensemble) in the cast. Frazier W. Marsh was director.
- (January 14 to 26, 1997) He played a town person in Helen Cooper's translation of August Strindberg's play, "Miss Julie," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Ellen Lauren (Julie); Jefferson Mays (Jean); Kelly Maurer (Christine) in the cast. Monica Bueno, Kim Gainer, Anne Marie Nest, Tommy Schrider and Danny Seckel played the Townspeople. Anne Bogart was director.