I was lead singer and principal lyricist for the San Francisco based post-punk band ‘The Death Army’. This is the single we released on the infamous Blitzkrieg Records label.
My final project for film school at San Francisco State University was a rock video. The band: MOSCOW. The song: ‘I Turn Her On’. I not only produced and edited the video…I co-wrote the song and performed in it as lead singer. And it was shown on MTV. And now you can watch it here…for free.
My first Broadway National Tour: ‘Les Misérables’. Over the course of 30 months, I played 4 roles in the ensemble including Montparnasse (pictured), Claqesous, The Foreman, and Grantaire, and performed the principal roles of Javert and Thénardier.
My first Broadway show: The original cast of ‘Cyrano – The Musical’ at the O’Neill Theatre. I created the role of Captain de Castel-Jaloux and replaced Tim Nolen in the role of De Guiche (pictured). This production was directed by Eddy Habbema and starred Bill Van Dyke as Cyrano.
I was in the original cast of the Broadway touring company of ‘Jekyll & Hyde’, creating the dual roles of Spider (pictured) and Lord Savage. This production was directed by David Warren and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.
Recent productions include playing Dr. John Faustus in the Jeri Taylor directed production of ‘Wittenberg’ with the Sea Ranch Thespians in Northern California and…
…Harry Bright in ‘Mamma Mia!’ for Woodminster Summer Musicals in Oakland, California. This production, directed by Joel Schlader, broke all attendance records for Woodminster (in its 51 year history).