Only three more days until the One-Night-Only benefit reading of Goodtime Charley being hosted by The Beautiful Soup Theatre Collective.  I will be playing the deplorable General George de la Tremouille in the musical telling of the story of King Charles VII and Joan of Arc.  

The show will be at Joria Productions Theatre (260 W. 36th St., 3rd Floor) Sunday, March 25th at 7PM.  Tickets are completely sold out but I have been told that the earliest of early birds to walk in will have a chance at five (5) additional tickets that are being held at the door for $25 a pop.  Every single penny we make on this reading will be given to the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative which you can read more about here.   Additionally, we have a few noteworthy guests who will be attending: Larry Grossman, the composer of Goodtime Charley and A Doll's Life (which I just finished) is flying in from LA and Hal Hackady, the lyricist of Goodtime Charley and bit of a legend in his own right. 

For more info check out the Facebook page for the event.

It's sure to be a fun evening with wonderful music that is all too scarcely heard sung.  So if you don't have tickets, get to the theatre early on Sunday and get some!    ...tickets that is.

--- 'til then!


 
 
I have some exciting news!  I was just cast as Chick Clark in the Gallery Players production of Wonderful Town. 

This comes as a follow up to playing General George de la Tremouille in the Beautiful Soup Theatre Collective's reading of Goodtime Charlie coming up on Sunday, March 25.  Rehearsals will begin on Saturday, March 24th for WT and the show opens April 28th and runs Thursday - Sunday until May 20th.  Can't wait to get started!

For more info on the Gallery Players and their incredible history for great theatre check out their website @ galleryplayers.com
----- 'til then!