Demarest Middle School and Northern Valley Regional High School
We had a great time doing Grease, The Lottery, I've Got the Middle School Blues, Free To Be You and Me, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown.
Wonderful staff and wonderful school!
Did A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, co-directed with my daughter, Bailie, at the high school we both attended.
Ramapo Indian Hills High School
You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Little Shop of Horrors, Auntie Mame, The Crucible, Songs For A New World, Museum.
I had the best colleague - Marc Dalio - an outstanding talent and human.
ATA, Chernuchin Theater
Marc and I took our vision for Songs For a New World and moved it to Manhattan, with Jason Robert Brown's blessings for the first NYC revival. It was a family affair: Bailie was the general manager and I met soon-to-be daughter-in-law Marlo Hunter, who's talent informed the whole production.
Gate B-23: Carry On Baggage!
I was so excited to be selected for the festival that year, when Fringe was at its height of popularity. Met Jody Lyn Flyn, one of my favorite actors and Marcy Orloff Prastos, a hoot and delight! We ran for five performances and were the 2nd best selling show of that season!
Moved the show to Manhattan Repertory Theater for Winterfest. We had a great time and had a wonderful reception.
Theater on the East End
Guild Hall: The Last Five Years with the extraordinary Matt DeAngelis and very pregnant Julie Reiber. Again- Marc Dalio brought the goods!
The Vail Leavitt Music House: oldest working theater in downstate New York. Fabulous venue. Created The Apron Strings Project with Diane Tucci and Cindy Clifford. Sold out every seat!
East End Fringe Festival, again with Cindy, offering five new shows over nine days. Brought some serious culture to Riverhead, NY.
We were featured in the documentary Showtime! about community and regional theater that award-winning film maker Anthony DiFranco made the summer of 2017.
...and back to NYC
I co-produced The Flood with Prospect Theater Company at the NYTimes Center. It was an amazing show about resilience and the human spirit.
And now in development: The Mother Lode with Joan Liman. A crowd sourced theatrical piece about growing up with crazy mothers.