Shooting a new web series @datingZoe!

I'll be playing DEVON in the upcoming comedy series, @datingZoe! Shooting this summer.
@datingZoe is mockumentary-style comedy series that follows Zoe - who's been on 90 + first dates and never found a girlfriend - and her friend, the heartbreaker and media wiz Devon, who with her camera, has decided to turn Zoe's lovelorn situation into a social media experiment and document every new date that Zoe goes on and post it online to receive feedback from viewers. 

SEAMLESS LOVE at NewFilmmakers NewYork tonight!

SEAMLESS LOVE, the hilarious short I was in, is winning MORE awards:
Exceptional Merit Award- Depth Of Field International Film Festival Competition 2016

AND it will be screening at the NewFilmmakers short film program at Anthology Film Archives' Courthouse Theater!

32 Second Ave @ 2nd Street
April 12th at 8:15pm
Tickets are $7 at the door

NewFilmmakers is New York’s longest running and most popular screening series.
It began in 1998 and over the past 18 years has screened over 800 feature and 2,500 short films. 

Many well-known shorts and features including Blair Witch and Too Much Sleep have had their initial screenings at NewFilmmakers.


Ben Brantley at the NYT loves our cast in Neighborhood 3!

Ben Brantley's review of Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom is out in this weekend's New York Times Arts Section! He loved our cast/ensemble of 15 actors and singled out my performance as especially enjoyable:

"And the greatest pleasures to be derived from “Neighborhood 3” come from watching its cast members embody various aspects of disaffected, glassy-eyed adolescence and uneasy, shortsighted adulthood. I especially enjoyed Olivia Jampol and Eric Folks as drolly anguished grown-ups, rendered with the occasional startlingly original over-the-top flourish. But everybody is fun company here, even if they don’t always seem to share a connective performance style."

Performing in a benefit concert of Harry Nilsson's, THE POINT!

Really excited to take part in THE POINT!, Harry Nilsson's moving concert piece from 1971. I'll be reading a selection of text about a young boy called Oblio - the only round-headed child in a pointy-headed town, where by law everyone and everything must have a point. The evening will feature a slew of incredible performers, artists and musicians and will benefit the inimitable, Buran Theater and their upcoming tour of MAMMOTH.

ONE NIGHT ONLY! Sunday, 10/25 @ 7:00pm
At Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie St., NY, NY 10012

Tickets are $15 and include an open bar - purchase here.
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