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"Bound in the shallows...."

I hunt me down some vampires in this one. Will my mind be changed by an old friend (who looks GREAT for some reason!) #portsaga
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Thrilled to be the voice of Olaf in this epic adventure

It's dangerous out there with those Vikings. And Olaf is one of those dangers! You can check it out right here!

I got to be part of the saga of Dororo!

My hair is on point, but even moreso, I'm a good guy just trying to help Dororo avenge her father's death! You can check it out right here!

And the anime just keeps on coming!

This time I play Canadian Prime MInister Dan Carrey in Babylon and all thanks again go to Sentai Filmworks! Check out the cast list here!

Another anime character announcement!

Wow, can't believe I get to say this again, but I have been honored with the opportunity to voice another anime character in Hero Mask! This time, it's Alan Wyatt, new inspector with the SSC...but am I a good guy or a bad guy? You'll have to see for yourself.

Once again, the great folks at Sentai Filmworks gave me this opportunity and they couldn't be a better group of folks.


You can learn more about it
here!

I'm in an anime classic!

I am thrilled to be a part of the new English dub of the 1989 classic Venus Wars! I got to play the character Kurtz, tough mentor to the main character Hiro. It was a ton of fun and has led to some other exciting opportunites with the production company, Sentai.

You can find out more about it
here!

La cucaracha, la cucaracha! Ya no puede caminar!

I was featured in an article recently about some of the crazy things that can happen on stage.

My story STILL gives ME the shivers!

Merry Christmas, you wonderful old Building and Loan!

Excited to announce the next thing I'm so excited to be a part of!

"It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play"

(not on the radio) :)

I play FOURTEEN different characters, including...

Uncle Billy

Peter Bailey

Ernie

Mr. Gower

Nick

Old Man Collins

...and...wait for it...Mr. Potter

(don't hate me!)

Raise a glass and join the party!

Jane. Bill. Tom. Robert. Annette. Ted. Nellie. Dick.

Join us all for an evening at the Talk House.

The painful reunion begins October 5.


"... what soon develops in this one-act is a far darker – while still comedic – story line of how politics, survival instincts and compromise can take over the lives of even the most idealistic members of the citizenry."

— Margaret Downing, Houston Press

Read the Preview piece in the Houston Press -

Evening at the Talk House: A Dystopian World

Where Theater is Not Valued

A beautiful play about memory.

Turquoise by Deb Margolin

Directed by dianne k webb


March 17 – April 1, 2017

Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00pm

Matinee Sundays at 3:00pm

Monday Industry Nights at 7pm

Tickets are always Pay-What-You-Can

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

The MATCH

3400 Main Street, Houston TX 77002

About the Play

Next Iteration Theater Company presents Turquoise, three plays in one, by Obie Award winning playwright, Deb Margolin and directed by Dianne K. Webb. With themes of memory, love, symbiosis, and mortality, this award-winning playwright has woven a story that reflects on the simultaneity of everything while capturing the hearts and minds of the audience with simplicity and hilarious, quick-volleying dialogue. Turquoise is a theatrical hybrid of literary proportions not to be missed.

After the opening scene, Margolin introduces the audience to the “Guy with Nothing”—a character reminiscent of Shakespeare, Miller and Marlow but utilizing modern lingo delivered by a combative-spirited specter, an everyman. The story follows three couples: an aging married pair coping with old memories and the loss of them, two teenage boys just developing their memories and learning to bear them, and a pianist with a seven-second memory who dances with, meets, then repeatedly loses his cohort again and again. Margolin, with scenes that resonate a “Who’s on First?” comedy sketch feel, entertains as she interlaces undertones of poetry and philosophy to create a show that will be savored and relished.

In a recent interview with NITC, Margolin wrote, “Once I realized that I was writing a play about the magnificent oneness of everything, despite our struggles to separate ourselves from animals, ants, each other: we are all living, fucking, struggling, loving, together, and we will survive or die together as a planet, I was free to delve deeply into the precise nature of each of these interconnected worlds. It is a paradigm of theater that, the more specific we are with character, the more we shed light on the entire human condition.”

A play about the far-reaching effects of prostitution.

The Johns by Mary Bonnett

Directed by Jennifer Decker


January 19 – February 4, 2017, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00pm

Matinee Sunday, January 29 at 3:00pm Pay What You Can Monday, January 30 at 8:00pm

$25 general admission / $15 students, seniors (65 and over), and arts industry

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

Studio 101, 1824 Spring Street, Houston, TX 77007


The Johns is produced in collaboration with The National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Houston Section and United Against Human Trafficking.

This play contains graphic subject matter and is suitable for mature audiences only.

About the Play

Sex trafficking seems like someone else’s problem, until an upper middle-class family in a prominent Houston area suburb finds itself ensnared. This unflinching drama explores our values raising boys to men, instant sexual gratification and its impact on women, the family and those purchased.

Originally produced in 2014 for Her Story Theater, Bonnett’s play was based on hundreds of interviews with people involved in sex trafficking in

the Chicagoland area. For the Mildred’s Umbrella production, the playwright has updated the script to set the action in The Woodlands, Texas.

Cast and Crew


Chase: Sean Patrick Judge

Grace: Sara Gaston


CJ: Bobby Haworth

Jules: Haley Hussey

Jacob: Benjamin McLaughlin

Babygirl: Shelby Blocker

Betty Sappho: Miranda Herbert

Director: Jennifer Decker

Stage Manager: Rod Todd

Set Design: Jac Jones

Light Design: Greg Starbird

Costume Design: Jodie Daniels

Sound Design: John Peeples