Ecstatic to announce that I am now a featured player in the Live In Theater Co.'s Lombardi Case 1975 Murder Mystery. I take on the role of the fiercely funny, defiant and hauntingly raw transvestite Vinnie "the Mouth" Ramirez. You can book a viewing at variable dates now and in the future!

A politico’s daughter is murdered in a drug-infested squat in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The newspapers go wild over the sensational crime. You become a rookie cop in this interactive murder mystery and canvas the neighborhood to get to the bottom of the story before the commissioner replaces the chief and shuts down the precinct. Watch each others backs as you encounter the neighborhood’s junkies, hookers, pimps, corrupt cops and mobsters.

Check out their website here



Back In March I had the pleasure of working on Orenda, A film written and directed by Danny Peng, and co - starring fellow AADA graduate Rhiannon Lattimer

It was such fun making this little wonder with Danny, Rhiannon & crew! The short tackles the possibility of wholeness in and through love amidst a sucking void of routine interrupted by blind chance. Heady stuff handled with finesse by Mr. Peng's sure grasp of the ineffable.


First workshopped and performed at The Manhattan Rep's One Act Play competition in May, where the audience members voted it through to the finals, The Off Season is a two hander examining the pains of an intense relationship in it's death throes. 

Written by emerging playwright, my AADA company peer and fellow Canadian Shawna Wigney, The Off Season is now in post production as a short film directed by Ian Carleton shot on location on a desolate Canadian beach in the biting cold.

Shooting The Off Season. 

Shooting The Off Season. 


I am excited to announce my participation in Hamlet Isn't Dead's production of King John! You can catch me portraying Lord Salisbury at Westbeth Artist's Community, Brooklyn on:

March 23rd @ 8pm

March 24th @ 8pm

March 25th @ 8pm

March 26th @ 2pm & 8pm

The world around John crumbles as she struggles for the control she believes she deserves. This unique perspective, King John portrayed by a woman, will explore the struggles of a usurping leader within a society of sexism. Watch as she and those around her grapple with loyalty, morality, and what they are willing to sacrifice to get what they want.

King John is a story of power that corrupts, a poison in the soul to which no one is immune. The show is one of Shakespeare’s least-produced plays, but Hamlet Isn’t Dead’s production breathes new life into centuries-old history. Don’t miss the opportunity to see this rarely-told story told from a truly distinct perspective. 


For Tickets please click here.

For more information about the Company visit


On Wednesday the 25th of February The American Academy of Dramatic Arts is Hosting and invited Industry Showcase for the Academy Company.

The Showcase will be held at 7PM in the Mary MacArthur Theatre, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 120 Madison Ave, New York, NY, 10016

For reservations call 212. 453. 5340 or click here

There will be a reception afterwards for all our guests


Hi Folks,

I'd like to announce the Academy Company production of Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon! Running on: 

January 27th @ 7PM

January 28th @ 3PM

January 29th @ 7PM

January 30th @ 3PM

Manny Greenfield Theatre, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 120 Madison Ave, New York, NY, 10016

Tickets may be reserved at the AADA Website here

.I will be playing the role of Liam Haber alongside brilliant cast mates Sen Enver, Karlie Pinder and Angelo Leal under the direction of the incomparable Jonathan Bolt