I love theater… everything about it. I’ve been acting in the Sacramento area for several years. When I’m not on stage, I’m often sitting in the audience. I have appeared in dozens of Sacramento area theater productions and recently started acting up and acting out in front of cameras. I am proud to have played the lead in Scott Charles’ first play, Dinners with Augie. In my other life as a cubicle-dweller, I was marketing copywriter. Now retired from the day job, I still write and edit on a contract basis. My wife and I are originally from New England (Go Red Sox), but more than 30 years ago we escaped winter and followed the wagon train ruts to California. Over the years, I’ve heard a lot of great stories in the green room and backstage, I know you have too! And I know you have some of your own.
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- A Living Universe: notes and comments
- Self Portrait In Black And White by Thomas Chatterton Williams: notes and comments
- The act of writing, lesson one; A basic course: notes and comments.
- The Illustrated Hen: A Novel by Scott Charles
- The Two Headed Dragon by Sean Hoag: notes and comments
- B Street Theatre’s production of Basil Kreimendahl’s “We’re Gonna Be OK”: notes and comments
- B Street Theater’s production of “Who’s Afraid of Virgina Woolf?”: notes and comments
- Playwriting: a few notes and comments
- Sara Porter: Story Telling Through Dramatic Movement
- Nick Gandiello’s “The Wedge Horse”: notes and comments