Laser Beak Man

Break out the glitter! I am happy to announce that Laser Beak Man will be getting its world premier at the La Boite Theater in Brisbane, Australia this September! I will be playing Evil Emily... sounds about right! 😂  This Dead Puppet Society show is going to be a BLAST! Learn more below! 👇 

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Laser Beak Man

Jam packed with the trademark visual puns of artist Tim Sharp, and featuring live music by Sam Cromack of Ball Park Music, the world of Laser Beak Man is brought to life in puppet form by the creative minds of Dead Puppet Society (The Wider Earth, Argus, The Harbinger) in a new visual theatre work with offbeat humour and cult classic aspirations. 

Argus at Lincoln Center

I'm excited to announce I'll teaming up again with my brilliant friends

 at Dead Puppet Society for their production of ARGUS at Lincoln Center!

Performances in January 2017.  Click here for details!

Oh, and bring your little ones! :)

Step into this whimsical wonderland where table tops grow grass and water bottles become the depths of the ocean.

Making use of nothing but household objects and the performers’ hands, Argus transcends from the simple to the sublime exploring the fragile attempts of this little creature to find a home in a world where he just doesn’t fit in.

Working on principles of found objects and transformation, this quietly touching piece highlights the beauty of an impossible life; one that is full of playfulness, joy and laughter.

Argus will expand the imaginations of adults and children alike.
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Glass Piano

Working on a #NEWPLAY up at Columbia. Catch this fresh new piece, tickets are free!

The Glass Piano is a new play by Alix Sobler, directed by Matt Trucano. It was inspired by the true story of Princess Alexandra of Bavaria who believed she swallowed a full sized, grand piano made of glass.  

Reserve your FREE tickets here:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1f6VJUeznFTPaMPG5ZJMJamdH0wkpO9MUKp-re_IAaRM/viewform

Showtimes:
Friday, Feburary 12 @ 8pm
Saturday, February 13 @ 3pm
Saturday, February 13 @ 8pm
Sunday, February 14 @ 3pm

Nominations for Fashions For Men!

What a treat that Fashions For Men was recognized in this 2015 awards season! 

 

LUCILLE LORTEL AWARDS

Outstanding Revival: Fashions for Men by Ferenc Molnár

OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS

Outstanding Revival of a Play (Broadway or Off-Broadway): Fashions for Men by Ferenc Molnár

DRAMA DESK AWARDS

Outstanding Revival of a Play: Fashions for Men by Ferenc Molnár

Outstanding Set Design: Daniel Zimmerman, Fashions for Men by Ferenc Molnár

OFF-BROADWAY ALLIANCE AWARDS

Best Play Revival: Fashions for Men by Ferenc Molnár

Reading: Liliom

Coming up this Monday, I'm participating in this reading at The Mint. Come explore Molnar's most famous work! Only a few tickets left! Link below.

February 23, 2015
7:00 pm


“One of the most exhilarating plays in the modern theater.”

(Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times)

Featuring an introduction by Ivan Sanders,
Professor of Hungarian Literature and Slavic Languages at Columbia University.


Tickets: $25
(FREE for First Priority Club Members)
Click HERE to Get Tickets
or Call the FPC hotline
at 212-315-0231 to learn more about becoming an FPC member.

First Look: Fashions For Men

Check out our rehearsal video and production photos from Fashions For Men at The Mint Theater Company. A wonderful gem from Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnar directed by Davis McCallum. Now through March 28th!

Left to Right: Mark Bedard, John Tufts, Annie Purcell, Joe Delafield, Maren Searle, Jeremy Lawrence. Photo by Richard Termine.

Left to Right: Mark Bedard, John Tufts, Annie Purcell, Joe Delafield, Maren Searle, Jeremy Lawrence. Photo by Richard Termine.

Left to Right: John Tufts, Mark Bedard, Maren Searle, Jeremy Lawrence. Photo by Richard Termine.

Left to Right: John Tufts, Mark Bedard, Maren Searle, Jeremy Lawrence. Photo by Richard Termine.