I'm happy to report that my 2-time MITF Award nominated solo-show THE HYENAS GOT IT DOWN completed yet another accclaimed run on April 14th, this time produced as a Special Late Night Event by the WorkShop Theater Company. I'm told that a journalist from the Queens Courier who attended a performance wants to do a spot on it in an upcoming issue, so we'll see what materializes.
UPCOMING FILM PROJECT - I'll be playing the principal role of JOE (an auto shop owner in Upstate NY who's in debt to some heavies) in Shai Trichter's short film SUCKER, which we'll be filming in late April.
UPCOMING THEATRE - I will begin rehearsals in May for Jennie Contuzzi's BODY LANGUAGE, which will be produced by the Active Theatre Company from May 25th-June 10th, directed by Nathaniel Shaw.
PLAYWRITING STUFF - Negotiations have been more-or-less finalized and I'm happy to say that my full-length DAY OF THE DOG will have its World Premier at St. Louis Actors Studio in March 2013 at the beautiful Gaslight Theatre, directed by company co-founder Milton Zoth. After a nice history of successful readings at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference in Alaska, Kitchen Dog Theatre in Dallas, TX and more recently at the WorkShop Theater in NYC, as well as being a Finalist for the 2009 Playwrights First Award, I am thrilled to see it mounted in a full production at a vibrant regional theatre in a great city.