This was the first production I directed at Missouri Western. It was a collaboration between the Theatre and Music Departments. This was, to that point, the largest production I’d ever
I directed the first production of the 2011-2012 Season at Missouri Western and we opened it with a production of Romeo & Juliet. I was especially proud of everyone involved.
This is the production that I directed for Western Playhouse. It’s Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon. This show fell between the two musicals that I performed in. Credits:
This was the very first production of Western Playhouse. I played Charlie Brown. I think I was typecast. Credits: Direction: Dallas Henry Musical Direction: Mark Pennington Set & Lighting Design:
These are some stills from a production from the inaugural season of Western Playhouse, Missouri Western’s new summer professional theatre company. This show was a ton of fun to work
Ian: (to Mom as Dad is putting his breakfast dishes away) Kids grow up? Mom: (to Ian) That’s right, Ian, kids grow up. Ian: And parents get more kids? Pause
A short sample of some of my voiceover work. This is from a short dedication video made for the Collin County Community College in Dallas, TX.
Here’s a great little Christmas story to help get the spirit flowing if it wasn’t already. For those of you who don’t know, Ian is in a special needs pre-k
Okay, the guys over at Stray Dog, must have been some editing fools because that Krystal spot I shot is already on YouTube and I’ve had several people tell me
A couple of months ago, I was about to shoot a new commercial when I got an e-mail from the director, Alan McKenna of CJ Advertising, asking if I had
I know there’s no boobs in it, but would you consider this for an ad?
Very special thanks to the guys at Stray Dog Productions for getting these spots to me. Somewhere out there, there is a radio spot based on the same thing. If