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  • August lull before September Storm

    A lull in August with a sold-out The Usual Rejects show, a few site-specific scenes for directors and the lovely producers at Drunk Shakespeare and Three Day Hangover, and working on a number of writing and producing projects is preparation for September which brings forth J&K 1965 shows with Live in Theater as well as …more

  • Shows, shows, shows!

    Catch me in Live in Theater’s Fierce & The Deadly on July 22nd day, in The Usual Rejects’s There is No Spoon at the Cradle of Aviation Museum on July 22nd evening, as the tour guide in J&K 1965 on July 23rd, or maybe in Live in Theater’s The Ryan Case on July 29th or …more

  • ESPA Directing for Site-Specific Plays

    I had the pleasure of working with director Koji Yahagi and actress Patricia McNamara on an adaptation of a scene from The Seagull as part of Primary Stages’s ESPA Site-Specific Directing class. I had a blast and am always amazed at how you can see an old standard in a new way for the first …more

  • Joining Cast of “Live in Theater”

    I am super excited to have been invited to join the cast of “Live in Theater”. I will be joining 2 on-going productions in addition to taking over the male lead in J&K 1965 at the end of July. Always grateful to work with great people and to have a chance to push myself as an actor.

  • The Usual Rejects take over the Cradle of Aviation Museum!

    The review from NerdPerspective.com of The Usual Rejects’s “This is Heavy: Back to the Future” show at the Cradle of Aviation Museum is in <CLICK HERE TO READ>, and it can unequivocally be said they are two thumbs up and three beers deep! “Would I see it again? Absolutely.”

  • It’s A Wonderful Life

    Evan has the pleasure of performing in Variations Group’s It’s A Wonderful Life: The Live Radio Show at RWS Studio. Playing various characters throughout the production, Evan also has the honor of performing all the live foley of the performance. It is a wonderful production, a lot of fun to do, and he learned to play …more