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Places that have hired me, almost hired me, or said they'd like to. Check them out (and promise them subscriptions if you see me on their stage).
Abingdon Theatre Company
Berkshire Theatre Group - The birthplace of my Equity card, and I'll always be glad I got it there.
Westport Country Playhouse-They gave me a job that allowed me to move to the Northeast. I wrote speeches for a giant chicken. Most of the folks I knew are gone now, but I'll give them some love anyway.
Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Capital Repertory Theatre
Stamford Center for the Arts
Signature Theatre (D.C.)
The Public Theater/NYSF
Arkansas Repertory Theater
Dallas Theater Center
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - Warning: Soda pop can kill.
Brave New World Repertory Theatre
El Portal Theatre - My first stage gig after I moved to Los Angeles
Other Theater Folk You Should Know.
Jonathan Leaf-The splash he has made in NYC continues to ripple out. Keep an eye on him. Time Out New York, the Wall Street Journal, and the New Criterion (among others) are doing just that. He even has a longer Wikipedia entry than Donald J. Sobol. Go try and sell that door-to-door, Encyclopedia Brown!
Quiara Alegria Hudes-Pulitzer Prize finalist, Broadway librettist, Tony nominee, and destined to author one of America's future classics. And her mom makes some of the best rice & beans I've ever tasted. Just waiting for her to write a part for a talented white guy. C'mon, Quiara, even just a short monologue'll do...
Terry Rabine-Just when I thought he was one of the best directors I'd worked with, I saw him perform on stage at the Dorset Theater Festival where he blew me away. Tell me, Terry, what's your secret? The Saranac... the cigarettes..? The San Diego Padres?
Justin Blanchard-Not only a super nice guy and fine "old man," but more than held his own alongside some of Broadway and Hollywood's top names in the Tony-winning revival of Journey's End.
Claire Winters-A great actress, super lady, and a pretty nice smile when she uses it. A highlight of the mockumentary Filmic Achievement. You'd never guess she's from Tampa.
The Playgoer-The theater blog of critic/enthusiast Garrett Eisler. Always updated, informed, and even a little provocative. He also gave me a good review once, so I wish him a strong following.