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  • Spring 2006: Played the role of Jack in "Into The Woods," the musical by Stephen Sondheim, at the Actors Co-op; Hollywood, California.
  • Summer 2006: Understudied the role of Jon in the Los Angeles premiere of the Jonathan Larson (RENT) musical "tick, tick...BOOM!"
  • Spring 2007: Played the role of Elmo Green in the Los Angeles premiere of the musical "Tales of Tinseltown" at Actors Co-op; Hollywood, California.
  • Summer 2007: Played the roles of Herman in "The Most Happy Fella" and Frank in "Show Boat" at Utah Festival Opera Company; Logan, Utah.
  • Fall 2007: Played the role of Jimmy Smith in the musical "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at the Welk Resort Theatre; Escondido, California.
  • Fall 2004: Played the role of Herman in the Frank Loesser musical "The Most Happy Fella" at Actors Co-op; Hollywood, California.
  • Fall 2003: Played the role of Lt. George Yolland in "Translations," the Irish drama by Brian Friel at Actors Co-op; Hollywood, California.
  • Winter 2008: Played the role of Courier in the musical "1776" at Actors Co-op; Hollywood, California.
  • Fall 2011: Played the role of Bud, and understudies Buck and Ted, in Broadway's Bonnie & Clyde; New York, NY
  • Fall 2009: Understudied the roles of Nick, Streffy, and Nelson in the musical "Glimpses of the Moon" in the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel; New York, NY
  • Fall 2010: Originated the role of Seth in the musical "Trails" at the TGB Theatre, as part of the 2010 New York Musical Theatre Festival; New York, NY
  • Summer 2011: Played the role of Jon in the musical "tick, tick...BOOM!" at Innovation Theatre Works; Bend, Oregon
  • Summer 2011: Originated the role of Nick D'Angelo in the world premiere of the play "Yours, Isabel" by Christy Hall at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival FRINGE in Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Fall 2011: Originated the role of Bud in the Broadway musical "Bonnie & Clyde" at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre; New York, NY
  • Fall 2011: Originated the role of Bud in the new Broadway musical "Bonnie & Clyde" at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre; New York, NY.

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