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(April 16, 2015-May 17, 2015) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Othello," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Jeremy Kushnier (Iago); Teagle F. Bougere (Othello); Amanda Leigh Cobb (Desdemona); Jessica Wortham (Emilia); Christopher Michael McFarland (Roderigo); Paul Terzenbach (Cassio); Edward James Hyland (Brabantio); David Whalen; Daniel Krell and Robin Abramson in the cast. Ted Pappas was director. Gabriel Berry was costume designer. James Noone was set designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer.

(September 26, 2013-October 27, 2013) He played the undertaker in Thornton Wilder's play, "Our Town," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Tom Atkins (Stage Manager); Cary Anne Spear (Mrs Webb); Bridget Connors (Mrs Gibbs); John Shepard; Marc Epstein; Patrick Cannon (George); Erin Lindsey Krom (Emily); Daniel Krell (choirmaster); Ken Bolden (professor); James Fitzgerald; Linda Haston; Terry Wickline (neighbor); Andy Kirtland; Karen Merritt; Andrew Sackhamer; Wali Jamal (Milkman); Weston Blakesley (policeman); Charlotte Bush; Julia Coblin; Edgar O'Connell; Elliott Pullen; and Ryan Showalter in the cast. Ted Pappas was director and scenic designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Gabriel Berry was costume designer. Zach Moore was sound designer. McCorkle was casting director. Ruth E. Kramer was production stage manager. Fredric H. Orner was assistant stage manager.

(September 27, 2012 to October 28, 2012) He played Senator Norval Hedges in Garson Kanin's play, "Born Yesterday," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Ken Bolden (assistant manager); Nik Duggan (bellhop); James Fitzgerald (Barber); Jill Keating (Mrs. Hedges); Ted Koch (Harry Brock); Daniel Krell (Paul Verrall); Brandon Lambert (Bellhop); Amy Landis (Helen); Michael McKenzie (Ed Devery); Karen Merritt (Manicurist); Melissa Miller (Billie Dawn); and John Shepard (Eddie Brock) in the cast. Ted Pappas was director.

(January 24, 2013 to February 24, 2013) He played Samuel Chase in the musical, "1776," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with John Allen Bailes (Lewis Morris); Paul Binotto (Robert Livingston); Jeffrey Carpenter (John Hancock); Jeremy Czarniak (James Wilson); Jarod DiGiorgi (Rev. John Witherspoon); Joseph Domencic (Charles Thomson); Darren Eliker (John Dickinson); James Fitzgerald (Caesar Rodney); Justin Fortunato (Leather Apron); Robert Frankenberry (George Read); Tim Hartman (Col. Thomas McKean); Keith Hines (Thomas Jefferson); Daniel Krell (Dr. Lyman Hall); Jason McCune (Andrew McNair); George Merrick (John Adams); Eric Meyers (the courier); Trista Moldovan (Abigail Adams); Scott P. Sambuco (Dr. Josiah Bartlett); John Scherer (Richard Henry Lee); Libby Servais (Martha Jefferson); Gordon Stanley (Stephen Hopkins); Hayden Tee (Edward Rutledge); Louis S. Valenzi (Joseph Hewes); Steve Vinovich (Benjamin Franklin); and Stephen Wilde (Roger Sherman) in the cast. Sherman Edwards wrote music and lyric. Peter Stone wrote the book. Ted Pappas was director. F. Wade Russo was music director and conductor. James Noone was scenic designer. Martha Bromelmeir was costume designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Dan DaLange wrote the orchestrations. Zach Moore was sound designer. Sherry Deberson was hair and wig designer. Don Wadsworth was dialect coach. Stuart Howard and Paul Hardt were casting directors. Ruth E. Kramer was production stage manager. Fredric H. Orner was assistant stage manager.

(September 30, 2010 to October 31, 2010) He played Oscar Wolfe in George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber's play, "The Royal Family," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Zeva Barzell (Delia); Ross Bickell (Herbert Dean); Tony Bingham (McDermott/Gunga); Evan Alex Cole (Perry Stewart); James Fitzgerald (Jo); Daryll Heysham (Gilbert Marshall); Lindsey Kyler (Gwen Cavendish); Karen Merritt (Miss Peake); Jennifer Regan (Kitty Dean); Helena Ruoti (Julie Cavendish); Jenny Sterlin (Fanny Cavendish); and David Whalen (Anthony Cavendish) in the cast. Ted Pappas was director. James Noone was scenic designer. Susan Tsu was costume designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer.

(May 28, 2009 to June 28, 2009) He played Skiddie in Rob Zellers' play, "Harry's Friendly Services," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Brooks Almy (Tina); Alex Coleman (Carmine); Tressa Glover (Emily); Daryll Heysham (Sammy); Edward James Hyland (Harry) and Joel Ripka (John) in the cast. Ted Pappas was director.

(January 24, 2008 to February 24, 2008) He played Orsini-Rosenberg in Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Tony Abatemarco (Antonio Salieri); Karen Baum (Katherina); Ken Bolden (Valet); Alex Coleman (Van Swieten); Larry Daggett (Venticello #1); Harris Doran (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart); Evan R. Endres (Cook); Nick Ferrara (Servant); Daina Michelle Griffith (Constanze); Christopher Joseph (Von Strack); Brian Kazakoff (Servant); Brett James Kennedy (Venticello #2); Daniel Krell (Joseph II); Richard Lorenzo McBride (Servant); Kendra McLaughlin (Teresa Salieri); Joel Ripka (Major Domo); Andrew David Sackhamer (Servant); and Mark Conway Thompson (Bonno) in the cast. Ted Pappas was director. James Noone was scenic designer. Susan Tsu was costume designer. Kirk Bookman was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer. Pat McCorkle was casting director. Ruth E. Kramer was production stage manager. Fredric H. Orner was assistant stage manager.

(September 23, 2004 to October 24, 2004) He acted in Philip Dunning and George Abbott's play, "Broadway," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with John Scherer; Ruth Gotschall; Ted Koch; Billy Hartung; Brooks Almy; Joe Warik; Elena Passarello; Holli Hamilton; Daina Michelle Griffith; Kathleen Early; Daniel Krell; John Sierros; Jonathan Hammond; Darren Eliker and Gregory Johnstone in the cast. Ted Pappas was director. James Noone was scenic designer. David R. Zyla was costume designer. Dennis Parichy was lighting designer. Zach Moore was sound designer.

(April 25, 2002 to May 26, 2002) He acted in Clifford Odets' play, "Awake and Sing!," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Lawrence Arancio, Karl Bury, David Crawford, Gene Dynarski, Marilyn Fox, Jarrod Fry, Juliet Landau and Robert Trebor in the cast. Elina De Santos was director. James Noone was scenic designer. David Murin was Costume Designer. Phil Monat was Lighting Designer.

(March 8 to April 2, 2005) He played Frank in Adam Bock's play, "Pure Confidence," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Kathleen Butler (Marion); Geraldine Librandi (Jean); Sarah Peterson (Dolly); Andy Prosky (Tom) and Brie Eley (Lou) in the cast. Marc Masterson was director.

(March 8 to April 2, 2005) He played Frank in Adam Bock's play, "The Shaker Chair," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Kathleen Butler (Marion); Geraldine Librandi (Jean); Sarah Peterson (Dolly); Andy Prosky (Tom) and Brie Eley (Lou) in the cast. Marc Masterson was director.

(March 17 to April 9, 2005) He played Dewitt and Clerk in Carlyle Brown's play, "Pure Confidence," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Gavin Lawrence (Simon Cato); William McNulty (Colonel Wiley Johnson); Andy Prosky (Auctioneer, Reporter); Kelly Taffe (Caroline) and Jane Welch (Mattie Johnson) in the cast. Clinton Turner Davis was director.

(April 2 to 3, 2005) He played Alexander Cartwright, the owner of the New York Knickerbockers," in Saïd Sayrafiezadeh's play, "Long Dream in Summer," in Ten Minute Plays Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Joseph Curneutte (A soldier on his way to the Mexican-American war); Geraldine Librandi (His mother, here to stay) and Gavin Lawrence (Time) in the cast. Sturgis Warner was director.

(October 25 to November 19, 2005) He played Giles Corey in Arthur Miller's play, "The Crucible," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Madison Cyr (Betty Parris); James Sugg (Reverend Samuel Parris); Sharon Tucker (Tituba); Gardner Reed (Abigail Williams); Keira Keeley (Susanna Wallcott); Lynne Perkins (Mrs. Ann Putnam, Sarah Good, Martha Corey); Drew Fracher (Thomas Putnam); Robin Grace Thompson (Mercy Lewis); Olivia Keister (Mary Warren); Ian Merrill Peakes (John Proctor); Adale O'Brien (Rebecca Nurse); Rex Young (Reverend John Hale); Deanne Lorette (Elizabeth Proctor); Pete Webb (Francis Nurse); David Marks (Ezekiel Cheever); Toby Knops (John Willard); Tom Dahl (Marshall Herrick); Martin Giles (Judge Hathrorne) and William McNulty (Deputy Governor Danforth) in the cast. Marc Masterson was director.

(October 3 to 28, 2006) He played Rutherford Selig in August Wilson's play, "Gem of the Ocean," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Harvy Blanks (Eli); Carl Cofield (Citizen Barlow); Pat Bowie (Aunt Ester Tyler); Tyla Abercrumbie (Black Mary); Thomas Jefferson Byrd (Solly Two Kings) and Terrence Riggins (Caesar) in the cast. Ron OJ Parson was director.


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