Monday, April 26, 2010

The Original "Kick-Ass" Movie.

John Ritter was really wonderful in this silly 80's comedy that treated, VERY realistically, the concept of an average guy wearing a superhero costume and trying to fight crime.

Saturday, April 03, 2010

Friday, April 02, 2010

Groovy Baby - The Life of an Actor

If you click here, you can see me in an I-party commercial with my lovely wife Amanda, she's the one on the right below. We are in the first two clips. I think the second one is airing right now.

It was a fun shoot with fun people.

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup


Exquisite Corps presents Charles Mee's Limonade Tous les Jours at the Arsenal Center for the Arts.

Last Chance

The love triangle in Phoenix Theatre Artists' Apple closes tomorrow night.

The Publick Theatre keeps Entertaining Mr. Sloane until Saturday April, 3rd.

Actors Shakespeare Project's Othello takes a final bow this weekend.

Sue Costello's solo show 32 Million Words runs through Saturday at the Boston Center for the Arts.

Gina Gionfriddo's Becky Shaw schemes through Sunday at the Huntington Theatre Company's mainstage.

At the Factory Theater, Boston Actors Theater finishes up a run of Nicky Silver's The Altruist.


Fugitives are on the run for a bit longer in Merrimack Repertory's The Last Days of Mickey and Jean.

The Adding Machine keeps counting at Speakeasy Stage Company.

Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill is running at the Lyric Stage.

The string quartet practices and quarrels at New Repertory Theater's production of Opus.

If you didn't catch the Huntington Theatre Company's production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons, you can still see Marblehead Little Theatre's presentation through next weekend.

The Donkey Show keeps shaking its groove thing at the Zero Arrow Theatre