- (October 2002) : Plays Greenfelt/Biddle/Kevin in "Debbie Does Dallas" musical by Andrew Sherman, Tom Kitt, Jonathan Callicutt and Susan L. Schwartz, adapted from film by Erica Schmidt (Jane Street Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
- (March 2006) Plays Fatboy in Soho Think Tank presentation of "Fatboy" a black comedy written and directed by John Clancy. (Ohio Theatre, New York City, New York, USA)
- (August 2007) Reprising the role of "Fatboy" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
- (October 1 to 24, 1987) He played Bailiff in Barbara Field's adaptation of Alexandre Dumas Fils' novel, "Camille," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Bob Burrus (Auctioneer, Monsieur Duval, Ball Waiter); Jonathan Bolt (Comte De Guiche); Anne Wessels (Baroness De Montreux); Barbara Gulan (Nanine); Arthur Burns (Assistant Auctioneer, Joseph, the Dandy); La Clanché Du Rand (Prudence Duvernoy); David Manis (Gaston Rieux); Andy Becker (Lucien Clement); Susan Riley Stevens (Olympe); Richard McWilliams (Armand Duval); Susan Wands (Marguerite Gautier); Vaughn McBride (Comte De Nirac, Priest); Matthew B. Greenberg (Cafe Waiter, Guest at Ball); and Wendee Pratt (Shy Young GIrl, Guest at Ball) in the cast. Michael Maggio was director.
- (February 17 to March 26, 1988) He played Guard in Barbara Damashek's play, "Whereabouts Unknown," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (McDonough); Bob Morrisey (Russell); Paul O'Brien (James Flynn); Hubert Baron Kelly (Benny); Adale O'Brien (Grace); Jonathan Fuller (Coleman); Frederic Major (Barnard); Evalyn Baron (Darian); French Napier (Lewis); Ale Weinberg (Freddy); Kevin L. Farrell (Michael, Attendant); Jude Ciccolella (Lockwood); Bob Burrus (Roger Griffee); Erma Campbell (Anidra Carson); Cynthia Vance (Toni Young); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (Bureaucrats, Street Person); Malachi Bogdanov, Thomas P. Gunning, Wayne E. Pyle, Nicolette T. Vajtay played clowns; Heidi Swedberg (Street Person); and James Victor Alexander, Whitney Allison Follings, Jamila Harris played children. Barbara Damashek was also director.