News

  • Odd Mom Out Season 3

    Odd Mom Out Season 3 premiers tonight on Bravo TV! You can catch me opposite KK Glick in episode 2 next week, Candle in the Windbag. 

  • 2Scoops: Legally Oblig8ted

    "The rumors are true. 2Scoops: The Legendary, Chart-Topping, Entirely Fictional 90's Girl Group have broken up...again. Although they are not on speaking terms, and embroiled in a vicious legal battle, they will perform as planned because the court has ruled that they are LEGALLY OBLIG8TED."

    The latest installment of 2Scoops performed to a sold out audience at Joe's Pub on July 5th! My friend and comedy partner Aaron Fuksa and I had the best time putting this show together. It had all new material, video media by my genius friend Chris Ford at Glamsmash Productions, insane sequin outfits by Wendy Samland and featured guests, the wildly talented Ebony Blake and Vicky Modica! Also, Corey Glover, lead singer of Living Colour was in the audience and I GAGGED. If you missed this show we'll be back at Joe's Pub soon. I'll keep you posted. 

    We also got some lovely press. Check out SoHo Journal and Time Out!

  • Go: A New Musical

    I'll be playing the role of Geoffrey in a free, invited workshop reading of Go: A New Musical by book writer/lyricist Cory Conley and composer Will Buck.

    It's based on the movie "Getting Go: The Go/Doc Project" and directed by Craig Baldwin.

    CLICK HERE for more information. Hope to see you there. 

    The cast:

    Adam Enright
    Joe Forbrich
    Colin Hartman
    Luke Hoback
    Michael Alan Johnson
    Travis Kent
    Jason Pintar
    Hansel Tan

  • ODD MOM OUT

    I shot a very funny scene with the lovely and hilarious KK Glick for the upcoming 3rd season of Odd Mom Out yesterday. The new season begins in June on Bravo TV! 

  • HEDWIG!

    Just got back from Boise, Idaho where I played Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Boise Contemporary Theater. I had the most magical experience there. It's my favorite musical of all time and everyone I worked with at BCT was an absolute dream. Also, did you know Boise is actually a really rad city? Everyone was so kind and the city is bursting with great food, art and an awesome, progressive music scene. Check out the promo video from the production above and this review and Interview from the Idaho Statesman.