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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. 


Brevard College Theatre Announces '24/'25 Season!

Brevard College Theatre will embark on a season full of challenge, joy, and exploration of deep meaning. 

We start with a classic three-person comedic tour-de-force: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [Abridged] {Revised} (Again). Conceived and written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield, and directed by Yours Truly, three of our intrepid student acting company will perform (in some capacity) Shakespeare's ENTIRE canon. Buckle up for some hilarious spoofs, satirical sendups, and perhaps even a moment of feeling! 

Kicking off the Spring semester will be a Senior Capstone Project directed by our very own Sierethene Chepes. 

Big Bad tells a dual tale. Part Appalachian Fairytale, part dark Family Drama, playwright Katherine Gwyn gives us a compelling riff on the Little Red Riding Hood story that dives deeper than anyone could think possible. 

Using powerful theatrical elements, see what these new depths of storytelling uncover in your memory both of Fable and Family. 

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Next will be Lee Blessing's profound story of intergenerational connection: Eleemosynary

Directed by Abbey Toot, Eleemosynary is a story told across three generations: Grandmother, Mother, and Daughter. As in so many cases, the relationships may not be wonderful or they may barely exist at all. However, these three women will have to grasp, search, and seek to understand what their lives will look like with or without one-another. 

Finally, our finale for the mainstage season, I will direct the BC Theatre musical which is:  Vanities.

A new musical by David Kirshenbaum and Jack Heifner, Vanities follows three young women who start as friends on the High School Cheerleading squad, and continues to follow them up through adulthood as they encounter the beauty and challenge of growing up, growing together, and growing apart. 

This musical examines what it means to truly be Best Friends Forever. 

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