Scrapbook & Timeline

A Quick Note.

tl-1959-CambridgeCambridge, Ontario, Canada



This isn’t exactly an acting event, but just for reference I was born on August 25, 1959.


I enter Stewart Avenue Public School in Galt (later Cambridge), Ontario.


Play: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

(Author unknown — ‘Papa Bear’ — Stewart Avenue School play)

December 1971

tl-1971-ReindeerPlay: Reindeer on the Roof

(by Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen — Husband — Stewart Avenue School Xmas play)





Various Plays

My Grade 8 year in public school is the first time I really got interested enough in acting to join the Drama Club. Unfortunately I can’t remember a dang thing about it except that we did five plays that year, and in four of them I was “The King.” Among the gang: Fred Shubert, Mike Royston, Janet Cassels.

September, 1972

tl-1973-Yearbook-PaulI enter Glenview Park Secondary School

Galt (later Cambridge), Ontario. Life changes.

December 1972

tl-1972-12-xmas-pageant-triPlay: Trinity Church Christmas Nativity Play

(Author Unknown — Shepherd — Trinity Church, Galt, Xmas Play)





My second year of lying low (see my Glenview Notes above).




Fall 1975

tl-1975-10-The-Golden-DoomPlay: The Golden Doom

(by Lord Dunsaney — Guard — Glenview Park Secondary School Drama Club)




c. January to c. April 1976

tl-1976-04-SecondPlay: Second

(by Brian Van Norman — The Sergeant — GPSS Drama Club)

April-May 1976

Play: The Galt Play

(by The Company — Various Roles — Grade 12 Drama Class Project)




September 1976 to May 1977

tl-1977-05-06-Clowns-pressPlay: Clowns

(by Brian Van Norman — The Ringmaster — GPSS Drama Club)

c. February 1977

Film Shoot: unknown

(by ? — One of two brothers chasing chickens — Conestoga College student film)

April 1977

Play: Everyman

(by Anonymous — Goods — Grade 12 Drama Class Project)

Spring-Fall 1977

In the spring of 1977 I graduated from Glenview Park. That fall I was admitted to the University of Waterloo Drama Program, chaired by the inimitable William Chadwick, with acting instruction by Tom Bentley-Fisher, Movement by Suzanna Lobez (nee Dobson), Voice by Patricia Bentley-Fisher, Theatre History by Maarten Van Dijk, Theatre Tech by J. Mark Kelman.



University of Waterloo Drama Department

Waterloo, Ontario

Fall 1977 to Spring 1979

September 10, 1977

First day of classes at Waterloo. Besides the people I’ve already mentioned, the cast of characters would come to include: Joel Kaiser, Mike Royston, Earl Steiner, Bonnie Burnett, Anthony Mancini, Terry Ingram, Marta Ingram, Bruce Fowler, Tim Robertson, Marina Endicott, Jane Pilkey, Christine Jackson, Jolanta Polkinghorne, John MacKenzie, John Pacocha, Wendy Subity, Carl Scott, Cathy May, Susan Forrest, Karen Woolridge, Christopher Newton, Wayne Hudson. (I know I’m leaving plenty out ... this is just an first rough list, from memory. I’ll make a better list later.)

October 1977

Play: Mother Courage and Her Children

(by Bertolt Brecht — The Chaplain — U of W Drama Dept. mainstage production)

November 1977

Sound FX: The Crucible

(by Arthur Miller — contributed a few sound FX — U of W Drama Dept.)

November 1977

Dance Performance: The French Way

(by ? — Monsieur Arbeau (host) — U of W Dance Department Recital)




March 1978

Plays: The Feast of Dionysus and The Big Scene

(by Arthur Schnitzler — Norbert Falk (Scene) — U of W Drama Dept.)

April 1978

tl-1978-03-Bernarda-AlbaSound Design: The House of Bernarda Alba

(by Gabriel Garcia Lorca — U of W Drama Dept.)

November 28 to December 2, 1978

tl-1977-11-Under-Milk-WoodPlay: Under Milk Wood

(by Dylan Thomas — 2nd Voice, Mr. Waldo — U of W Drama Dept.)




January to March, 1979

Play: The Diary of a Scoundrel

(by Fyodor Ostrovsky — Neel Fedoseitch Mamaev — U of W Drama Dept.)

Summer-Fall 1979

During the summer school break of 1979 I made the decision not to return to U of Waterloo, but to instead move directly to Toronto, Ontario - just sixty miles away - and there start pursuing an acting career.


I arrived in Toronto in November of 1979, and basically hung around doing not much of anything for a good couple of months before, finally, I began to meet some fellow actors and start working in plays.



Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Fall 1979 to Summer 1982

November 1979

First acquaintance, in a bar on Yonge Street (the Duke of Gloucester, to be exact), with James Falcon, actor. He tells me about Buddies in Bad Times, a new theatre group being put together by Sky Gilbert, and says they’re doing a Patti Smith show in a few months. I get the phone number, resolve to call.

December 1979

I call, meet, and audition for Ken McDougall and Sky Gilbert. They cast me in “Art/Rat,” my first play in Toronto.




January to February 1980

Play: Art/Rat

(by Sky Gilbert, based on the writings of Patti Smith — Various Roles — Buddies in Bad Times at the (now defunct) Cinema Lumiere on Bloor Street)

February 1980

Comedy: The Festival of Fools

(by The Company — Various Roles — Eaton’s Centre Courtyard)


Also Original Music

February 1980

Film Shoot: The Musical Box

(by ? — murdering husband — Ryerson University student film)

March 1980

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March 1980

Play: The Rules of the Game

(by Luigi Pirandello — Neighbor — Harbourfront Theatre)

April 1980

Play: Sophistication, Ah!

(by Robert Sherwood — Various Roles — can’t remember the venue)

April 1980

Video Shooting Begins: Video Control

(by Steve Brandman — Johnny — original comedy/drama at various locales around Toronto for McLean-Hunter Cable Television)

April-May 1980

tl-1980-05-JD-SalingerPlay: Phone Calls to J.D. Salinger

(by Sky Gilbert — J.D. Salinger — Buddies in Bad Times “Rhubarb!” Festival)


Also Sound Design

May 1980

Play: The Visit

(by Jack Mather — Wendell Packer — can’t remember the venue except it was a church in Toronto)

May 1980

TV Shoot: For the Record

(CBC — air traffic control inspector)

May-June 1980

tl-1980-06-Elizabeth-I-002Play: Elizabeth I

(by Paul Foster — Various Roles — The Young Company of Ontario)

July 1980

tl-1980-07-SavedPlay: Saved

(by Edward Bond — Harry — The Young Company of Ontario)

October to November, 1980

Play: E.C.U.

(by Neil Munro — Frank — Toronto Free Theatre)

November 1980

tl-1980-11-Rhubarb-posterPlay: One-Niner-Six-Niner

(by Linda Pakri and Paul Robertson — Various Roles — Buddies in Bad Times “Rhubarb!” festival)


Also Sound Design/Original Music




January 1980

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February 1981

Workshop: No Wounded

(by Paul Robertson — not in cast, as playwright only — The National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario)

March to April, 1981

tl-1981-03-Bent-003Play: Bent

(by Martin Sherman — Nazi Captain — Toronto Truck Theatre)

April 1981

tl-1981-04-videocabVideo Shoot: Brave New World

(by Michael Hollingsworth — Darwin Napoleon — VideoCabaret International)

May 1981

tl-1981-05-Art-RatPlay: Art/Rat

(by Sky Gilbert — punk, musician — Buddies in Bad Times as part of the Toronto International Theatre Festival)


Also Original Music

July 1981

tl-1981-07-Bride-&-ButterflPlay: The Bride & The Butterfly Hunter

(by Nissim Aloni — Mr. Getz — Nephesh Theatre Co.)

July 1981

TV Shoot: Klondike Days

(CBC — cellist)

August and September 1981

Play: Kaddish

(by Allen Ginsberg — Allen Ginsberg — Nephesh Theatre Co. independently (August), and later (September) at Theatre Passe Muraille, Toronto)

October 1981

Play: Rats on the Roof

(by Ken McDougall and Paul Robertson — Merv Sheroomerang — Buddies in Bad Times “Rhubarb!” Festival)


Also Sound Design

November 1981

tl-1981-11-AwakeningPlay: The Awakening

(by Antanas Skema — Pijus Karnavicius — Arts Club Theatre at 549 Yonge Street, Toronto)


Also Sound Design

December 1981

tl-1981-12-ScroogePlay: Scrooge!

(by Jack Messinger, Ron Wiseman, Michael Macina — Bob Cratchit — VideoCabaret International at 549 Yonge Street, Toronto)




February 1982

Revue: The Tom Tube Show

(by The Hummer Sisters — sound man — VideoCabaret International at 549 Yonge Street, Toronto)

February 1982

Play: 1984

(by Michael Hollingsworth — sound man — VideoCabaret International at 549 Yonge Street, Toronto)

March 1982

Play: As You Like It

(by William Shakespeare — Duke Senior — Young People’s Theatre)

May 1982

tl-1982-05-Rebecca-004Play: Rebecca

(by Daphne du Maurier — Maxim de Winter — Todmorden Mills Theatre)

June 1982

TV Shoot: The Hidden Intruder

(by Paul Robertson — director — McLean-Hunter Cable Television)

September 10, 1982

Linda and I

Move to New York City.



tl-1982-09-NYCNew York City

Fall 1982 to Fall 1990


A brief word about “Staged Readings.”

November 1982

Staged Reading: The Waiting Room

(by ? — Narrator — 13th Street Theatre)

December 15, 1982 to January 2, 1983

tl-1982-12-Scrooge-002aPlay: Scrooge!

(by Michael Macina, Jack Messinger, Ron Wiseman, with a song added by myself — Ebenezer Scrooge — 13th Street Theatre)


Also Original Music (1 new song added to score)




February 1983

Staged Reading: Khatmandu

(by ? — Ben — 13th Street Theatre)

March 1983

Original Music: The Crocodile Who Lost His Tail (Sabata Krokodill)

(by Heljo Mand — New York Estonian House/Cultural Days 1983)

March 1983

Film Shoot: Shadows

(by Dean Merriman — Detective Bill Dekker — NYU Graduate Film/Merriman Films)


Note: The film Shadows was completed but not all at once. Filming was delayed several times due to various constraints on time and money. Additional entries will appear below.

October 1983

tl-1983-10-Off-Beat-001Play: Off Beat

(by Lee Dunne — Officer Johnny Dolan — Intar II)






January 1984

Play: The Feast of Dionysus

(by Arthur Schnitzler — Felix Staufner — Quaigh Dramathon)

February 1984

Film Shoot: Shadows

(as before)

April 1984

tl-1984-03-before-the-conceFilm Shoot: Before the Concert

(by Ben Woythaler — Herman — NYU Student Film)

April 1984

Play: Cat! Cat! Cat! (Kass! Kass! Kass!)

(by ? — sound design — New York Estonian House/Cultural Days 1984)

April 1984

Play: The Dark Lady of the Sonnets

(by George Bernard Shaw — the Beefeater — British-American Theatre)

June 1984

tl-1984-06-Big-Scene-001Plays: The Festival of Bacchus and The Big Scene

(by Arthur Schnitzler — Dr. Guido Wernig (Bacchus) and Konrad Herbot (Scene) — Arts Club Theatre/18th Street Playhouse)


Reviews. Also Sound Design.

August 1984

Staged Reading: Firefly Die

(by Jeffrey Hatcher — George Bitterman — Merely Players/St. Clement’s Church)

September 1984

Play: The Enchanted

(by Jean Giradoux — The Inspector — The Floating Repertory Co.)

October 1984

Film Shoot: Shadows

(as before)

October 1984

Reading: Deathwatch

(by ? (not Genet) — Walker — 6th Sense Gallery)




January 1985

Play: Curse of the Starving Class

(by Sam Shepard — Taylor — The American Moment/Elmwood Playhouse, Nyack, NY)

February 1985

Film Shoot: It’s Your Psyche

(by Andy Day — Game Show Host — NYU Student Film)

February 1985

Staged Reading: Firefly Die

(by Jeffrey Hatcher — Harvey Oliver — Merely Players/St. Clement’s Church)

March 1985

Film Shoot: Shadows

(as before)

May 1985

tl-1985-05-Awakening-005Play: The Awakening

(by Antanas Skema — Pijus Karnavicius — Arts Club Theatre/Courtyard Playhouse)


Reviews. Also Sound Design.

September 1985

Film Shoot: Shadows

(as before)

November 1985

tl-1985-11-Play's-The-ThingPlay: The Play’s the Thing

(by Ferencz Molnar, trans. by P.G. Wodehouse — Sandor Turai — Arts Club Theatre/Courtyard Playhouse)


Reviews. Also Sound Design.

December 1985

Staged Reading: Morningside Lions

(by Jeffrey Hatcher — ? — Merely Players/St. Clement’s Church)




January to June, 1986

Film Scoring: F.8

(by Dean Merriman — original music — Merriman Films)

February 1986

Play: Moonchildren

(by Michael Weller — Mr. Willis — William Redfield Theatre)

April 1986

Staged Reading: Just Sex

(by Rob Neukirche — Martin the hairdresser — TOMI)

June, July and August, 1986

Linda went to the Williamstown Theatre Festival this summer as a directing apprentice. Though I auditioned as an actor, I was turned down (sniff). Instead, I visited on weekends and, in the meantime, spent the next three months going through an intense (and wonderful) living-room-rock-star existence with my good friends Steve Gunderson and Rosemarie Lindau. From dawn to dusk, week after week we’d meet, write and record songs on my home 4-track. After 12 weeks we had nearly 16 finished recordings. And by God, they’re pretty good ones, too.


Wanna hear them? Go here.

June 21, 1986

Cabaret Performance: Paul and Rosie Lindau

(in Lakewood, New Jersey, at the Estonian House for Jaanipaev (“June Day” or St. John’s Night))

August 1986

Staged Reading: Fifteen Minute Intermission and Better Than The Lead

(by Jeffrey Hatcher — Actor in “Intermission,” Agent in “Lead” — Williamstown Theatre Festival)

October 1986

Cabaret Performance: The Estonian Wedding Song

(by Paul Robertson, Steve Gunderson and Rosemarie Lindau — singing and performing our own songs — Don’t Tell Mama)


Original Music

October to November 1986

tl-1986-10-Butley-001aPlay: Butley

(by Simon Gray — Ben Butley — Arts Club Theatre/Courtyard Playhouse)


Reviews. Also Sound Design.

December 1986

Cabaret Performance: Estonian House Xmas Party

(with Rosemarie Lindau)




January 1987

Film Shoot: The Baker’s Tale

(by Tarquin Cardona — The Baker — NYU Student Film)

February 1987

Play: Topsy and Bunker (The Cat Killers)

(by Jim Hansen — Bunker — Second Stage)

April 1987

Staged Reading: Television Play

(by Dale Johnson — Jack Brewer — The Playmarket, Theatre Row)

April 1987

Film Shoot: Brothers

(by Thom Massengale — Joe — NYU Student Film)

May 1987

Staged Reading: Blue Dissonance

(by Dan Herda — ? — Actors’ Outlet)

May 1987

tl-1987-05-Just-Sex-001Play: Just Sex

(by Rob Neukirche — Martin the hairdresser — Second Stage)

May 1987

tl-1987-05-Red-HerringFilm Shoot: The Red Herring

(by Ari Taub — WWII Submarine Captain — Hit and Run Productions) (filmed aboard the USS Ling in Hackensack, New Jersey)

June 1987

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June 1987

Play: Hughie

(by Eugene O’Neill — ‘Erie’ Smith — Arts Club Theatre/Our Lady of Vilnius Church)


Also Sound Design




4 weeks Nov ‘87; 4 weeks Feb ‘88

tl-1987-11-Midnight-ConversPlay: The Midnight Conversation

(by Friedrich Durrenmatt - The Executioner - Arts Club Theatre/OLV Church)

April 7 to May 5, 1988

Play: The Feast of Dionysus

(by Arthur Schnitzler - Felix Staufner - Arts Club Theatre/OLV Church)


Also Sound Design

May 11, 1988

Sound Design: Conversation with a Cupboard Man

(by Ian McEwan, adaptation by Val Hendrickson - The Ohio Theater’s 5th Annual TWEED New Works Festival)

June 13, 1988

Video Shoot: Correcting a Fellow Employee

(by Dick Pepperman - DuPont Industrial Worker - Dick Pepperman Productions at the (huge) DuPont plant in South New Jersey)

June 25 & 27, 1988

Play: What’s A Girl To Do?

(by James Hansen - Jack - Double Image One-Act Play Festival, Samuel Beckett Theatre)

July 1, 1988

Sound Design: Today I Am A Fountain Pen

(by Israel Horowitz - Independence Theatre Company, Fort Lee, New Jersey)

July 26, 1988

Film Shoot: Shuttered Windows

(by Thom Massengale and Paul Robertson - Father James Willoughby - NYU student film)

August 25, 1988

Sound Design: Fault Line

(by ? - Independence Theatre Company, Fort Lee, New Jersey)

September 25, 1988

On this date the musical “Suds,” written by my good friends Steve Gunderson, Melinda Gilb and Bryan Scott, opened on Broadway (literally right on Times Square) at the brand-new Criterion Theatre. Will Roberson directed, and the cast included Steve, Melinda, Susan Mosher, and Christine Sevec. It was nothing short of a completely wonderful, surreal experience, to have close friends opening a bona-fide Broadway Musical which they had created themselves; and it is still a fond memory that I’m very pleased with and proud of.

October 3, 1988

Film Shoot: Religion, Inc. (aka A Fool And His Money)

(by Daniel Adams and Michael Mailer - Joseph - Chronicle Films)

October 27, 1988 to January 1989

Play: The Awakening

(by Antanas Skema - Pijus Karnavicius - Arts Club Theatre at OLV Church; with special performances given in Hartford, Connecticut and Boston, Massachusetts)


Also Sound Design

December 1988

Video Shoot: Polish Love Secrets

(by Andrea Odezynska and James Schamus - Stefan - Independent project)




January 31, 1989

Clearly this was a very golden time in my life. Here’s two more friends opening a Broadway show: Kathy Najimy and Mo Gaffney in “The Kathy and Mo Show - Parallel Lives” off-Broadway.

February 1989

Sound Design: Tides

(by ? — Playwrights’ Theatre of New Jersey)

February 1989

TV Shoot: One Life to Live

(ABC — homeless man)

March 1989

Plays: Two Stars and They Love Me, They Love Me Not

(by Michelle Monahan (Stars) and Elizabeth Burling (Love Me) — Mr. Davis (Stars), Jonathan (Love Me) — The Madison Young Playwrights’ Festival)

July 1989

Staged Reading: Intermission

(by Jeffrey Hatcher — Barry, Richard, and the New Yorker — Arts Club Theatre at OLV Church)

July 1989

Staged Reading: Scoot, Death! Scoot!

(by Saulius Saltenis — Antanas Satas — Arts Club Theatre at OLV Church)

August 1989

Reading: Topsy and Bunker (The Cat Killers)

(new full-length version, by Jim Hansen — Bunker — Arts Club Theatre at OLV Church)

August to September, 1989

Sound Design: Miss Evers’ Boys and Breaking The Tie

(by David Feldshuh (Boys) and N. Richard Nash (Tie) — sound design only — Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Conference at Princeton University)

August 1989

Cabaret Performance: Arts Club Theatre’s End-of-Summer Party

(various contributors — host and emcee — Arts Club Theatre at OLV Church)

October 1989

Play: Appetite

(by Jim Hansen — Howard in “Howard and Vici” — The West Bank Theatre Cafe)

October 1989

Pre-production begins on T&B the movie.




January 1990

Film Shoot: Topsy and Bunker (The Cat Killers)

(by Jim Hansen — Bunker — Top Bunk Productions)

Spring 1990

Just a quick note: in the fall of 1989 Linda and I separated, pending a divorce (we remained friends). I threw myself into the “Topsy and Bunker” movie, which occupied me thoroughly until the end of January. Then I slumped. Didn’t do much of anything until the summer, when I took part in a couple of readings at ACT. After that, nothing for nearly a year and a half.


The fact is, 1989 had been a rough year. My father had died in May, Linda and I had split, and I had turned 30. I was sick of New York and wanted a fresh start; in particular, I wanted to move to the west coast. I had been for a visit already and liked what I saw; and my experiences with TV and film so far had shown me that L.A. was the place to be if you wanted to work in front of the camera. I did. So I became restless.


It’s another story for another place & time, but circumstances resolved themselves nicely in the fall of 1990. By November I was on my way west.

July 1990

Staged Reading: The Year of the Jubilee

(by Gatis Gudetis — Oto — Arts Club Theatre at OLV Church)

August 1990

Staged Reading: The Man With The Flower In His Mouth

(by Luigi Pirandello — The Man... — Arts Club Theatre at OLV Church)

November 1990

Move to Los Angeles.



tl-1990-11-Los-AngelesLos Angeles, California

Fall 1990 - Present





Break time! Hiatus from acting.




January to June 1992

Film Scoring: Topsy and Bunker (The Cat Killers)\

After lying fallow for all of 1991, Thom Massengale and I got to work on finishing Topsy & Bunker. The actual score was written by Butch Rovan, but Thom (now also living in L.A.) and I supervised, which meant a lot of meetings, etc., and trips to Butch’s house in Riverside, CA.

February to April 1992

Plays: Al’s National Theatre’s First Annual Festival of Five-Minute Plays

(by various authors — various roles — Al’s National Theatre at Al’s Bar)

August to October, 1992

Plays: Al’s National Theater’s Continuing Festival of Five-Minute Plays

(as before — more madness)

November and December, 1992

Plays: Les Girls de Maison de Champagne // Bookworms // The Wedding at Cana

(by Robbin Harvey Trousdale (Maison), ? (others) — Mojo Bob (Maison), Mr. Fartney (Bookworms), Jesus Christ (Cana) — Al’s National Theatre at Al’s Bar)


Also Original Music for “Les Girls”




Early 1993

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January 1993

Film Shoot: The Penal Colony

(by Gary Ellenberg - The Explorer - American Film Institute)

August 1993

Staged Reading: Reality and Other Nightmares

(by Victoria Karess - various roles - Inderbitzin Productions)

September 29, 1993

Staged Reading: Reality and Other Nightmares

(as above - at the Tiffany Theatre, West Hollywood)

December 3, 1993

Film Shoot: The Shot

(by Dan Hill - David Egoman - Independent)




June 1994

Play: Reality and Other Nightmares

(by Victoria Karess — various roles — Inderbitzin Productions and Theatre Geo)





To come.




June to August 1996

Play: Visitations

(by Lynn Manning — Dick Jones — Zephyr Theatre)



 1997, 1998


Hiatus from acting.




April 1999

tl-1999-04-Bald-SopranoPlays: The Bald Soprano and The Leader

(by Luigi Pirandello — Mr. Smith (Soprano) and the Leader — The Oliverian Theatre Group)



July and August 1999

tl-1999-06-Lark-cardPlay: The Lark

(by Jean Anouilh — Cauchon — The Oliverian Theatre Group)

Fall 1999

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Fall 1999

Play: Crazy Eights

(by James Metropole — son of Ernie “Kid Punch” Miller — Metropole Theatre Works)


Also Sound Design/Original Music




Spring 2000

Play: Tiger On The Meadow

(by James Metropole — Sam — Metropole Theatre Works)

September to November, 2000

tl-2000-10-Tis-PityPlay: Tis Pity She’s A Whore

(by John Ford — The Friar, Grimaldi — Odyssey Theatre)




April 2001

tl-2001-04-01a-Sea-Gull-PhoPlay: The Sea Gull

(by Anton Chekhov — Shamraev — Circus Theatricals/Odyssey Theatre)


Also Sound Design/Original Music

April 1, 2001

Reading: Poe Humor

(an evening of humorous writings by Edgar Allen Poe — various roles — PoeForward at the Midnight Special Bookstore in Santa Monica, CA)

June 2001

Staged Scene: A View From The Bridge

(by Arthur Miller — Eddie Carbone — Circus Theatricals/Odyssey Theatre)

July 2001

Play: Waiting for Lefty

(by Clifford Odets — Harry Fatt — Lillian/Elephant Theatre)

October and November, 2001

tl-2001-10-3-sistersPlay: Three Sisters

(by Anton Chekhov — Dr. Chebutykin — Circus Theatricals/Odyssey Theatre)


Also Sound Design/Original Music

December 2001

Staged Scene: Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune

(by Terrence McNally — Johnny — Circus Theatricals/Odyssey Theatre)




January to March, 2002

tl-2002-02-richardPlay: Richard III

(by William Shakespeare — Various Roles, plus original sound/score — Circus Theatricals/Odyssey Theatre)


Also Sound Design/Original Music

March-July, 2002

tl-2002-06-Cherry-Orchard-cPlay: The Cherry Orchard

(by Anton Chekhov — Pischik — Circus Theatricals/Odyssey Theatre)


Reviews. Also Sound Design/Original Music

May-June, 2002


Play: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

(by William Shakespeare — Oberon — Shakespeare L.A.)

May 2002


Sound Design: The Price

(by Arthur Miller - Odyssey Theatre)

August 2002


Sound Design: Communicating Doors

(by Alan Ayckbourn - Odyssey Theatre)

November and December, 2002

Play: Tradition

(by Linda de Armond — Jim Kosninski — part of a Festival of One-Act Plays produced by Circus Theatricals at the Odyssey Theatre)




Jan-Feb, 2003

Sound Design/Original Music: As You Like It

(by William Shakespeare - Jack Stehlin, dir - Circus Theatricals)

Jan-Feb, 2003

Sound Design/Original Music: Therese Racquin

(adapted from the novel by Emile Zola - Casey Biggs, dir - Pacific Resident Theatre)




February 2004


Sound Design/Original Music: Macbeth

(by William Shakespeare - Casey Biggs, dir. - Circus Theatricals/The Odyssey Theatre)

March 2004


2004-03-Ourselves-Alone-card-thmSound Design: Ourselves Alone

(Steve Friedland, dir.)