I am a playwright, actor, theatre and film director, theatre producer, screenwriter, poet and activist. I was born in Canada in 1976 but only lived there six months before we moved to Indiana; and I was there only five years before we moved to Cape Cod. Summers, my family and I would spend half our time in a shack without electricity on an eight mile long stretch of mostly deserted sand dunes and shores called Sandy Neck. I went to school at DeSales University, where I spent four summers as an intern in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, then moved to Philly for three years, Martha’s Vineyard for a year and a half, before settling in Astoria, New York, in 2003. In 2004, I began working at Theatre Communications Group as a temp, and am now the Associate Director of Communications. In 2005, I began working with the people who would help me found Flux Theatre Ensemble. I’m happily married to Heather Cohn, a co-founder of Flux. I’m also a board member of the Network of Ensemble Theaters. This post is the closest I’ve come to articulating what I think it’s all about.
There’s more to say about all of this, but for right now, this About will have to do.
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