Bachelor of Arts, St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD 1980
Master of Arts in Eastern Classics, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, NM 1996
Master of Fine Arts in Playwriting, Boston University, Boston, MA 2008


Recipient (as author) – Elliot Norton Award, Independent Reviewers of New England Award, Kennedy Center’s National Award: Best New Script of 2013 (Windowmen)
Guest Playwright — O’Neill Center (2014)
Best Short Play — American College Theatre Festival of 2009 (A Hard Rain)
Recipient — Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship for Playwriting
Recipient — Award, Independent Reviewers of New England, Best Supporting Actor.


40 years experience as Actor, Director, Musician, Composer, Instructor, Coach;
Member of the Resident Acting Company at Actors Shakespeare Project;
separate theatrical/writing resumes available

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; fall 2017
Adjunct Professor, Visiting Lecturer, Theatre/Acting
Intro to Theatre class, including preliminaries, improv, text analysis and exploration

Brandeis University, Waltham, MA; fall 2014
Visiting Lecturer, Theatre
Survey of the history of other-sexuality on stage from Oscar Wilde to the 21st century.

Apollinaire Theatre, Chelsea, MA; fall 2014
Instructor, Acting

Boston Playwrights Theatre, Boston, MA; spring 2009 – present
Instructor, Playwriting for Young Playwrights

Boston University, Boston, MA; fall 2008 – 2010
Instructor, Creative Writing
Teacher of undergraduate writing workshop involving creation and critical assessment of: poetry, short stories, dramatic pieces, and other forms.

Worcester State College, Worcester, MA; spring 2008- 2010
Adjunct Professor, History of Theatre; History of American Entertainment
History and sociological implications of stage, club and street performance, and cinema in the United States from colonial times to the present.

Cambridge College, Cambridge MA; 2005 – 2007
Instructor, Humanities and Freedom Program and Undergraduate Program
Teacher and co-designer of an integrated liberal arts program for professional teachers meeting certification requirements and others pursuing bachelors’ and masters’ degrees and post-graduate studies. Courses include: Plato’s Dialogues; Homer’s Iliad; U.S. Presidents, creation of the Constitution of the United States, Theatre Arts, Shakespeare, Principles and Processing of Adult Learning.

Huntington Theatre Company, Boston MA; 2004 – 2006
Instructor, Second Year Acting Class
Teacher of intermediate acting skills to a mix of inner-city and suburban high-school students; assistant to the Director of Education as an integrated theatre education program is developed.

Acting/directing/music by individual contract:
Lyric Stage of Boston
North Shore Music Theatre
Worcester Foothills Theatre
New Repertory Theatre
Actors Shakespeare Project
Publick Theatre
Boston Playwrights Theatre
Gloucester Stage Company
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre
Underground Railway Theatre
Nora Theatre
Zeitgeist Stage Company
Orfeo Group
Fort Point Theatre Company
Stoneham Theatre
Barnstormers Theatre
Wheelock Family Theatre
Bridge Rep
Opera House Arts, Stonington ME
Riverside Shakespeare Company, NY

Also guest or substitute instructor at
Boston University, Emerson College, Northeastern University, Lesley University, Suffolk University

CD of original music available at and elsewhere

Member of Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Dramatists Guild