has appeared at PURE in Outside Mullingar, Glengarry Glen Ross, Kicking a Dead Horse, Superior Donuts, Circle Mirror Transformation, Yankee Tavern, The Seafarer, Killing Chickens, and Man from Nebraska. He became a member of Actors’ Equity in 1974 and appeared with regional theatres in Providence, Rochester, Burlington, Baltimore, and Boston before moving to New York, where he spent 20 years working as an actor, dancer, director, designer, and playwright. He began his directing career in 1968 and has directed hundreds of productions, including Russian Transport, A Behanding in Spokane, and Time Stands Still for PURE. Among his writing credits is The Fool’s Lear, which debuted at Pure in 2011. His published plays can be found at theplaysthething.info. He appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.