June: Unrehearsed Master Class. The first time! Unrehearsed Shakespeare is holding a Master Class covering in-performance techniques with immediate feedback.
June: Five Robots Working That Hustle. My new farce about American Neo-Puritanism is set to premier with St. Sebastian Players’ first annual ten-minute play festival! Yaaay!
July: King John. Hubert the villager and Richard the Bastard are highlights in this History play, the story of a happy ending run afoul when everyone thinks maybe they can get a little bit more.
August: This Prison Where I Live. I’ll be playing Edwin Booth in the third play in Angela Iannone’s trilogy about his famous Shakespearean performances. Produced by TheaterRED in Milwaukee, it covers Booth’s Richard II, as well as his guilt and frustration over his first wife, Mary Devlin, and his infamous brother John Wilkes.
September: Unrehearsed Workshop. At long last, Unrehearsed will be welcoming a new batch of performers with an intro workshop.
October: Romeo & Juliet. Unrehearsed Shakespeare closes its 2018 season with the famous Tragedy of bad decisions and stubborn self-righteousness.
November: Starlight Radio Dreams. I’ll be joining Starlight Radio Dreams as a guest performer, and you can bet I am (and will be) thankful for that. Since I was twelve, people have been telling me I have a face for radio, and it’s time to make that dream a reality!
MacBeth (date TBA). The Thespis Project and We Three join forces to present a six-actor minimalist MacBeth, focusing on natural delivery.