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The Last Five Years (2016)

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The Last Five Years (2016)

This is a very special project to me. It’s one that I put together under the Equity Member’s Project Code in Kansas City.

Cathy was played by the radiant Cheyenne Lynch

Musical Direction by the radiant James McQuillen

Accompaniment by Beth McLenaghan

Photography by Brian Paulette

Special Thanks to Music Theatre International, Vi Tran, and the entire staff of the Buffalo Room.

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The Pirates of Penzance – MWSU – 2014

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The Pirates of Penzance

This gallery also serves as my little homage to a tremendous colleague, Don Lillie. Don was an incredible man who enriched the lives of nearly everyone who had the great fortune of getting to know him. I count myself as lucky to have been able to join this cast as an Equity Guest Artist in the last show he directed, The Pirates of Penzance. In addition to this great honor, I am happy to say that I was able to do so along side the students in the Department of Theatre, Cinema and Dance and Department of Music at Missouri Western. This was an experience I shall not soon forget.

And, yes, those muttonchops are the real deal.

RIP Don Lillie

Direction: Don Lillie

Musical Direction: Erik Angerhofer

Conductor: Rico McNeela

Choreographer: Amy Hurrelbrink

Photography: Jeff Rumans

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Good night, sweet prince…

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At the end of October, I’ll be making my return to the stage in the Valhalla Shakespeare Project’s production of Hamlet. It’s an eight member ensemble of actors playing a very commedia-style production. (No, not comedy, but a very “mountebank” stage feel to the show). All eight of us will have our turn playing the Dane regardless of gender. I’ll be playing Horatio throughout the play and will get my stab at Prince Hamlet in Act II (“Words, words, words”, the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern scene, and “Rogue and peasant slave…”)

If you are in the middle Tennessee area, make your plans now to come out to Cannon County and see the show!

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