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  • Stage: Appeared in "Torch Song Trilogy" on Broadway.
  • Stage: Appeared (as "David") in "After Ashley", by Gina Gionfriddo, Vineyard Theater, New York City, 3/05.
  • TV commercial Voiceover for Expedia.com travel website, 2009.
  • (2011) Stage Play: Relatively Speaking [production was composed of the following shows: Talking Cure, George is Dead, Honeymoon Motel]. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 29 Oct 2011- 29 Jan 2012 (117 performances + 35 previews that began on 20 Sep 2011). Talking Cure: Comedy. Written by Ethan Coen. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by John Turturro. Cast: Katherine Borowitz (as "Mother"), Danny Hoch (as "Patient"), Jason Kravits (as "Doctor"), Allen Lewis Rickman (as "Father"). Understudies: Julia Brothers (as "Mother"), Max Gordon Moore (as "Patient") and Grant Shaud (as "Patient"). George is Dead: Comedy. Written by Elaine May. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by John Turturro. Cast: Lisa Emery (as "Carla"), Patricia O'Connell (as "Nanny"), Allen Lewis Rickman (as "Funeral Director"), Grant Shaud (as "Michael"), Marlo Thomas (as "Doreen"). Understudies: Katherine Borowitz (as "Doreen"), Julia Brothers (as "Carla"), Jason Kravits (as "Funeral Director") and Elizabeth Shepherd (as "Nanny"). Honeymoon Motel: Comedy. Written by Woody Allen. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by John Turturro. Cast: Caroline Aaron (as "Judy Spector"), Bill Army (as "Paul Jessup"), Ari Graynor (as "Nina Roth"), Steve Guttenberg (as "Jerry Spector"), Danny Hoch (as "Sal Buonacotti"), Julie Kavner (as "Fay Roth"), Jason Kravits (as "Dr. Brill"), Richard Libertini (as "Rabbi Baumel"), Mark Linn-Baker (as "Sam Roth"), Grant Shaud (as "Eddie"). Understudies: Katherine Borowitz (as "Fay Roth/Judy Spector"), Fred Melamed (as "Dr. Brill"), Max Gordon Moore (as "Paul Jessup/Sal Buonacotti"), Grant Shaud (as "Jerry Spector") and Sarah Sokolovic (as "Nina Roth"). Replacement cast: Talking Cure: Fred Melamed (as "Father") [was replaced before opening], Max Gordon Moore (as "Attendant"). Understudies: Bill Army (as "Attendant"), John Rothman (as "Doctor/Father"). George is Dead: Fred Melamed (as "Funeral Director") [was replaced before opening]. Max Gordon Moore (as "Assistant Funeral Director"). Understudies: Bill Army (as "Assistant Funeral Director"), John Rothman (as "Michael"). Understudies: Allen Lewis Rickman (as "Dr. Brill"), John Rothman (as "Dr. Brill/Eddie/Rabbi Baumel/Sam Roth"). Produced by Julian Schlossberg, Letty Aronson, Edward Walson, LeRoy Schecter, Tom Sherak, Daveed D. Frazier and Roy Furman. Associate Producer: The Weinstein Company.

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