I am a professional actor, singer, producer and coach originally from New Jersey. I am a co-founder as well as the Managing Artistic Director for Farmers Alley Theatre in Kalamazoo, MI. My favorite roles at Farmers Alley including Robert in The Bridges of Madison County, Ed Boone in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime (Winner: 2019 Wilde Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Play) and Jimmy Ray Dobbs in Bright Star (Winner: 2022 Wilde Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical). I got my BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory, I’ve performed off-Broadway (most notably in Boy’s Life by Howard Korder which got a rave in the NY Times and my picture was next to that review!) and most notably, I played the part of “Tony” in the National Tour of West Side Story from 1996-1998. I have performed as a soloist with many orchestras across the country, most notably with the National Symphony Orchestra in the annual live PBS concert called “A Capitol Fourth.” I got to sing songs from West Side Story with Harolyn Blackwell and Florence Henderson introduced me!

Theatre is what brought my wife and I together: I met Denene Mulay in 1994 at the Millbrook Playhouse when we were cast in a production of West Side Story. It was love at first sight. She’s an astonishing performer, wife, mother, teacher add more. Five years later we were married. Then our kids came along: Jason and Carly are the best things we’ve ever created. They are the loves of our lives and we could not be more proud of them.