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I’m THRILLED to announce my first non-Murder for Two-related appearance in New York City!

On Saturday April 19th at 11pm, join me for a late-night party at 54 Below as I share SONGS i WROTE – an evening of highlights from my songbook.

Here’s what you’ll get to see:

Alex Brightman, Janet Krupin, George Salazar, and Mary Kate Morrissey.

JSSW CastThis sexy foursome singing songs from my latest musical-in-progress JOE SCHMOE SAVES THE WORLD Рincluding 4 Brand-new never-before-heard songs!

Melissa van der Schyff, Claybourne Elder, Lesli Margherita, Julia Mattison, and Justin Matthew Sargent.

TKD CastThis foxy fivesome rocking tunes from my musical THE TAVERN KEEPER’S DAUGHTER.

Dakin MatthewsAnd a guest appearance by the guy from True Grit, Gilmore Girls, ROCKY Broadway, and pretty much every other TV show you’ve ever seen: Dakin Matthews.

Don’t be the dope who missed outGRAB YOUR TICKETS HERE!

 

WHEN DOVES CRY

Okay, so that’s the wrong Prince.

But here’s the right one: The Prince of Atlantis.

This new play by Steven Drukman is premiering at South Coast Repertory from April 6-April 29th and will be featured as part of their annual Pacific Playwrights Festival.

 

In the play, the Colletti brothers, Kevin and Joey, (Matt Arkin, and John Kapelos) debate how to handle the appearance of Joey’s long-lost son,

Miles (me)!

 

Along with Joey’s fiancee, Connie, (Nike Doukas) Kevin must keep Miles from learning that Joey is actually in prison – all with surprising, comic results.

 

 

 

 

 
Previews start tomorrow, March 30th.  Come down to Costa Mesa and see the wonderfully endearing comedy, directed by Warner Shook.

WHEN DOVES CRY

Okay, so that’s the wrong Prince.

But here’s the right one: The Prince of Atlantis.

This new play by Steven Drukman is premiering at South Coast Repertory from April 6-April 29th and will be featured as part of their annual Pacific Playwrights Festival.

 

In the play, the Colletti brothers, Kevin and Joey, (Matt Arkin, and John Kapelos) debate how to handle the appearance of Joey’s long-lost son,

Miles (me)!

 

Along with Joey’s fiancee, Connie, (Nike Doukas) Kevin must keep Miles from learning that Joey is actually in prison – all with surprising, comic results.

 

 

 

 

 
Previews start tomorrow, March 30th.  Come down to Costa Mesa and see the wonderfully endearing comedy, directed by Warner Shook.