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This is a bit about my performing arts background.

Rodgers & Hart's By Jupiter



Originated by Ray Bolger, I performed the starring role of Sapiens in the 1942 Rodgers and Hart classic By Jupiter, at the Vineyard Theatre in Union Square, NYC.

West Side Story

Riff, Baritone and lead Dancer


For my final show at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, I will be playing the part of Riff, the fearless and charismatic leader of the Jets. Riff is a challenging role featuring iconic Bernstein music and challenging dance numbers.

Much Ado About Nothing



Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing was a joy to perform and was full of laughs, tears, and even frightening moments. Set to the return of Navy soldiers from World War II, the play adapted well to this post-war southern Californian environment. Swing dancing, jazz and dashing uniforms set the mood high.

Les Misérables

Marius Pontmercy, Bari-Tenor


For my third show at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, I played the part of Marius Pontmercy in Les Misérables. This was definitely the most exciting show I have been a part of! What a wonderful cast.

Short Play Series: Call Back

Him (lead)


I performed in the Rose Drama Club Winter Short Play Series as Him in the show Call Back. The play featured two speaking roles (Him and Her) and took place in the waiting room of a casting agency. It was a great show and a lot of fun!

Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella

Prince Christopher, Tenor


For my second show at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, I played the part of Prince Christopher (Charming) in Cinderella: The Musical (Enchanted Version). It was such a great experience! The cast was wonderful to work with.


Skimbleshanks, Tenor


Cats was my first show since attending my college, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. I played the role of Skimbleshanks, the Railway Cat! This was an incredibly fun role, with a featured song. Looking forward to doing more shows with the new company!

Hello, Dolly!

Cornelius HacklTenor


In the musical "Hello, Dolly!", I played the principal role of Cornelius Hackl, the young man from Yonkers, New York looking for an adventure. This was an incredible role to play, with so many great actors to work with!

The Mousetrap

Major Metcalf


"The Mousetrap" is a murder mystery written by Agatha Christie which opened in 1952 in London. Having over 25,000 performances there since then, it is the longest running show of any show in history. The show has exciting plot twists and an unexpected ending! This was a wonderful show to be a part of.


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Show Choir, Tenor


I was a member of my school's show choir, Knightshine. We travelled to other schools including down in Southern California, and went to all the major show choir competitions competing! In the Los Alamitos Xtravaganza, we came in first place for the Novice division.


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42nd Street

Pat Denning, Baritone


42nd Street, the tale of the "Naughty, Gaudy, Bawdy, Sporty" behind the scenes of a big-time New York Broadway production, was an incredibly fun taste of the flaring brassy musical pieces you think of when you think of "classic Broadway". I played the principal role of Pat Denning, the boyfriend of superstar actress Dorothy Brock. This show was so much fun and quite the experience!


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Jane Eyre

Mr. Briggs and Man on the Road


This was my first show - and what an incredible experience to be a part of! I was fortunate enough to start off my acting career with a speaking part, Mr. Briggs, the lawyer who stops the wedding between Jane and Rochester by unveiling the deepest of secrets. This was a deep, dark, and mysterious story. What a fun show!


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