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House of Horrors

 

Year of production: 2009

Running Time: 9:56 min



Here I am as The Joker, hosting David "Zen" Mansley's House of Horrors, at Theater for the New City's Halloween Costume Ball.

Blue Bloods

 

Year of production: 2010

Running Time: 0:42 min



Need a leader for your pack of serial rapist groupies? Donnie Wahlberg nails us as the "whack job welcoming committee" in episode 1.09, "Re-do".

Christopher Marlowe's Julius Caesar

 

Year of production: 2012

Running Time: 5:23 min



Did Shakespeare and Marlowe ever collaborate? You bet they did, with me. Here's the prologue to my rewrite of Julius Caesar through the eyes of another Elizabethan playwright.

Age Out on 90 minutes rehearsal

 

Year of production: 2012

Running Time: 10:26 min



Age Out Revisited. About 16 months after the fact, Age Out, by Tom Diriwachter, was pressed into service at the 17th Annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts at Theater for the New City as an emergency fill-in on Saturday, May 26th, 2012. With about 90 minutes of prep time, the actors went on. Performed by Bob Homeyer and Peter Welch. Directed by Jonathan Weber.

Guaranteed to Never Lose Suction

 

Year of production: 2012

Running Time: 7:40 min



"Guaranteed to Never Lose Suction," a new short play, written by Tom Diriwachter. Presented at Theater for the New City as part of the 17th Annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts at Theater for the New City, Friday, May 25th, 2012. Performed by Bob Homeyer and Kate McGrath. Directed by Jonathan Weber.

Shock Therapy

 

Year of production: 2013

Running Time: 9:17 min



"Shock Therapy," a new short play, written by Tom Diriwachter. Presented at Theater for the New City as part of the 18th Annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts at Theater for the New City, Friday, May 24th, 2013. Performed by Bob Homeyer and Dina Plotch. Directed by Jonathan Weber.

Birthday Shits

Year of production: 2016

Running Time: 2:34 min



In this excerpt from "Awkward Favors", watch me scramble to find a birthday present. Written and directed by Sarah Teed.