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The Flea

January 14, 20153 years ago

Assistant Director: Atomic City by Anson Mount

On January 11 The Flea hosted a reading of Atomic City by Anson Mount (Hell on Wheels) directed by Leon Ingulsrud (SITI Company) and featuring the BATS. It’s a twisted take on Our Town with a really great creative team behind it and I was honored to assist one of my former teachers of Suzuki/Viewpoints and, well, one of my favorite actors.
October 7, 20144 years ago

Winner of the first Cutthroat Duel at The Flea

With 51% of the votes – more than the other two plays combined – Tics or Doing the Deed has aced the first cutthroat duel at The Flea and will be returning for an extended three weeks run in January! It will be a great opportunity to implement all those details we really wanted to see when rehearsal time ran out. Stay tuned!
July 17, 20144 years ago

Director: The Cutthroat Series at The Flea

The Flea is producing a series of Grand Guignol plays in the fall and I will direct Tics, or Doing the Deed by René Berton, a grotesque and sexy farce that stages marital revenge: "an eye for an eye, a hump for a hump." The show, which will include two other short pieces in the same genre, will run from September 23 to October 5. Auditions are next week and I look forward to announcing the full cast by the end of July!
July 17, 20144 years ago

Staged Reading: The Palace by Graham Parkes at NYU Tisch

On April 26 I directed a staged reading of Graham Parkes' The Palace, an incredibly accomplished young playwright graduating from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Four Bats from the Flea Theater made this event memorable and gave life to the words on the page.
November 16, 20134 years ago

Resident Director: The Flea Theater - New York City

In October 2013 Jim Simpson, artistic director of The Flea Theater, accepted me as Resident Director and part of the team of this Off-Off Broadway venue. It's a very exciting development in my career and I look forward to many collaborative projects, especially now that another more spacious building is being prepared to host a brand new version of The Flea.