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I'm a Teacher, Actor, Musician, Director, Voice Over Artist, and hobby junkie. 

Based in North Carolina, I'm an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Brevard College in beautiful Brevard, North Carolina.

Arts Educator

From Stage Combat to Music Direction, Shakespeare to devised work, my focus is in bringing top-quality arts education to communities throughout the country that would otherwise have limited access, and to guide students to a whole new level of self-expression they weren't aware they had.

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As a performer, I've been seen regionally from Chicago to Montana, Cape Cod to Virginia and many places between. 

A graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, The Hartt School, and UNC Chapel Hill's Professional Actor Training Program (PATP) I've spent the better part of two decades developing curiosity and community through the Fine Arts. 


Now Playing!

Charles Dickens' 
A Christmas Carol

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December 1, 2 and 3! 

For 180 years, we’ve heard the story of Scrooge, his path to redemption, those in his life that he shuts out and subsequently lets in. What do we keep from this story in the other days of the year? What images come to mind? With a story that has been adapted over 135 times, the answer can be different for everyone. 


In this version, one actor steps into each role, guiding us down that well-worn path of a story. But with one person, we suddenly start to notice the path with a new awareness. Without the glitz and spectacle characteristic of a lot of Holiday Entertainment, the tender heart of Dickens’ story shines. Gone are the Hallmark-Channel platitudes and consumerism, and instead we see people who desperately need one another. We see the complex web of human connection that is our life, and we see one man find his way back to himself. I think we can all agree that this is just as urgently needed today as it was in 1843.

That's a Wrap!


Thank you to everyone who came out to support the students in their valiant and heartwarming work in The Spitfire Grill. Thanks to an enthusiastic and supportive community, we had a sold out run making this the top-grossing show produced in the Morrison Blackbox! All this is just further proof that these students are capable of great things, and this community is ready to show up for the artists of tomorrow. See you for The Glass Menagerie next semester! 

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