My most recent role on stage was The Photographer in the ensemble play Kodachrome by Adam Szymkowicz, produced by The Actors Bridge Ensemble at The Dark Horse Theatre in Nashville.
(Above Photos by Rick Malkin)
Theatre has been an outlet for me since high school and I have both onstage & backstage experience. In college, I joined Boston University’s Stage Troupe where I continued to work both on and off stage. Post-college I took a few turns as a stage manager in a local Nashville theatre group, GroundWorks, but then I went through several years of pretending I didn’t need theatre (as you do). Here’s the thing though: I do love and need live theatre. When I returned to Nashville from LA in 2013, I completed Meisner technique training at The Actors Bridge Ensemble and my first turn back on stage was in the comedy A Bad Year for Tomatoes by John Patrick at Nashville’s historic “magic stage” at Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre.