2018

TWELFTH NIGHT
January:
Unrehearsed kicked off the new year with our sixth annual Twelfth Night. We witnessed a resurgence in our audience-size, perhaps thanks to our new venue: the Atlantic Bar & Grill. Stay tuned for more new locales and more new-to-Chicago plays.

JOAN OF ARC
January – February:
Abaisses Theatre debuted with the world premier of Alexandra Renieri’s Joan of Arc at RhinoFest. I performed as Bishop Pierre Cauchon, Joan’s judge and chief persecutor.

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
April:
 Unrehearsed Shakespeare presented the classic Comedy of two horrible men who experience zero consequences for their horrible behavior. Also, a bit with a dog! Two Gents may well be the first play Shakespeare ever wrote, and we gave it its due on two twosdays.

THE TRAGEDY OF TOM RIDDLE
May: I fulfilled my destiny by portraying a Clown version of Peter Pettigrew in Odd’s Bodkins’ verse rendition of Voldemort’s rise and fall.

SKOOCH TAP PRESENTS: SCOTCH TAPE
May:
 Sketch duo Skooch Tap presented their variety hour Scotch Tape. Unrehearsed and We Three joined forces for the first time, presenting an Unrehearsed performance of Act 2 Scene 1 from The Wayward Women!

UNREHEARSED MASTER CLASS
June:
 The first time! Unrehearsed Shakespeare held a Master Class covering in-performance techniques with immediate feedback.

FIVE ROBOTS WORKING THAT HUSTLE
June:
My new farce about American Neo-Puritanism premiered as part of the St. Sebastian Players’ first annual ten-minute play festival! Yaaay!

KING JOHN
July:
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.

THIS PRISON WHERE I LIVE
August: 
Angela Iannone’s second play in the Edwin Booth cycle was s a hit with critics and audiences! Check out some the praises here!

ROMEO & JULIET
October
Unrehearsed Shakespeare closed its 2018 season with the famous Tragedy of bad decisions and stubborn self-righteousness.

FIVE ROBOTS WORKING THAT HUSTLE
November
: My jaunty little parable about Neo-Puritanism’s destruction of all life returns! This time, present as part of Otherworld Theatre’s annual PARAGON play festival!

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