A ton of springtime film screenings!

This June, two projects that I wrote, produced, and acted in will be screening at some fun festivals!

I'm thrilled to announce that LIGHTHOUSE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL will be screening both my 12-minute pilot Benefits with Friends and the short film The PA Stays in the Picture. LIFF will be happening June 7-10, 2018 in Long Beach Island, NJ. It's an amazing festival made even better by the beach, the friendly people, and the insane amounts of quality ice cream to be found there.

Lighthouse International Film Festival
Sunday, June 10


11:00am   Benefits with Friends (part of Storytellers Block 2)
1:15pm   The PA Stays in the Picture (part of Shorts Block 9)

Long Beach Island Historical Museum
129 Engleside Ave.
Beach Haven, NJ  08008

 

And if you can't make it to the beach, you can catch The PA Stays in the Picture at THE ART OF BROOKLYN FILM FESTIVAL. It's a 5-minute film that follows a determined PA on a film set, tasked with getting the nicotine-starved director some coffee or die trying. I made this film in conjunction with fellow members of Filmshop, and I'm happy to say that AoBFF is screening a bunch of Filmshop members' work. I guess we make okay stuff?

The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival
Friday, June 8
7:00pm


Founders Hall - St. Francis College
180 Remsen St.
Brooklyn, NY  11201

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AND! - there's one more festival acceptance for The PA Stays in the Picture that I can't announce just yet, but check back for the good news!

 

DOUBLE D STRIKES AGAIN

Double D, the two-prov group I founded with Nannette Deasy, will be performing as part of the Student Driver show at the People's Improv Theater!

Sunday, June 24
6:00pm

People's Improv Theater
123 East 24th St., between Park and Lex.
New York, NY

 

"Slumming it" at Dixon place

If you watch "The Alienist" you might be familiar with Paresis Hall, an infamous gathering place for 19th century gay prostitutes, named after the final stage of syphilis. On July 3, I'll be helping to celebrate our relative independence from STD's while paralleling the hate and intolerance that is unfortunately still with us today. Jack Shamblin's Slumming It is a staged reading that is part of Dixon Place's Hot! Festival. I'm very excited to be playing Dr. Comstock, a historical figure known for mounting moral crusades to save America from weirdos like me.

Tuesday, July 3
7:00pm

Dixon Place
161A Chrystie St.
New York, NY

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