Music: LIVE @ Mathieu’s Soiree

Tonight I’ll be performing alongside Ali Dietz (founder of Dancers Give Back), and Byron Tittle in the late-night cabaret show known as “Madame Mathieu’s Soiree”. We’re excited to share the results of a new collaboration. TONIGHT September 14th, 2017 THE DUPLEX Doors 9pm, Show 9:30p 61 Christopher St @ 7th Ave $10 Ticket in Advance & a 2 Drink
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Theatre: Cast in BRASIL Industry Reading

This month I am leading a company of beautiful artists as the character Guilherme in an industry reading for the upcoming show: Brasil – A New Musical.  The project will be presented at the Dramatist Guild Fund performance space in association with MWG Productions. With a book by Juliana Pedroso and music and lyrics by Matt Gurren and Nanny Assis,
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Reviews: Why Not Marry Harry?

THE NEW YORK TIMES “Why not Marry Harry?” TIME OUT NEW YORK “beguiling tenor David Spadora” L&S ONLINE AMERICA “[…] Marry Harry provides a calling card for David Spadora, who, as Little Harry, sings beautifully and displays a nice, diffident charm” MANHATTAN EXPRESS NEWS “What really keeps this enterprise afloat are the sweetly affecting performances
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Press: BroadwayWorld Photo Coverage

Check out BroadwayWorld.com’s coverage of Marry Harry!   “…meet the cast and creative team of the Off-Broadway premiere production of the new musical Marry Harry, with book by Jennifer Robbins (Hudson River Blues) and music and lyrics by Dan Martin and Michael Biello (In My Body, The Cousins Grimm)!” -d

Theatre: Cast in Off-Broadway Premiere “Marry Harry”

Next week begins rehearsals for the off-broadway premiere of MARRY HARRY, a new musical to open at the York Theatre Company. “The York Theatre Company continues its 2016-2017 season with the New York premiere of the new musical Marry Harry, a romantic comedy set in New York’s East Village, about two people on the verge of
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Theatre: Upcoming Reading of “Hangman”

At the end of this month The Word Cabaret will be presenting “FATAL ATTRACTIONS” an afternoon of “three riveting short plays” including: Hangman by Gregory Fletcher Mergers & Acquisitions by John Francis Istel Noon Watch by Lori Romero The event will be held at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition with a cast + creative Q&A following. WHERE: BWAC
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Music: LIVE @ The Duplex, NYC

Tonight I’ll be collaborating with Ali Dietz, tap-dancer extraordinaire AND founder of the charity Dancers Give Back.  She’ll be hittin the boards and I’ll be strummin a lil somethin somethin in this late-night variety show known as “Madame Mathieu’s Soiree”. TONIGHT July 14th, 2016 THE DUPLEX Doors 9pm, Show 9:30p 61 Christopher St @ 7th
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Theatre: First Industry Workshop of “Wooden”

Composer/Lyricist Ricky Alan Saunders is taking the next step for his new musical “Wooden” based on Carlo Collodi’s 1883 children’s novel, The Adventures of Pinocchio.  The cast is set with rehearsals to begin next month. There will be three invited industry readings to take place early June 2016. Stay tuned for more! -d        

Theatre: Reprising “Hangman” Role, Take Ten Fest

This month I’ll be reprising my role as “Nicky” in the second NYC production of Hangman by Gregory Fletcher.  Direction is by Marshall Mays (Artistic Director of Kaleidoscope Theatre Co., and I’ll be playing opposite Dino Petrera. Gregory Fletcher wrote the play in homage to LeRoi Jones‘ (Amiri Baraka) 1964 Obie Award winning play, Dutchman. “As Cliff rushes to
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Theatre: AMT Reading “Distant Thunder” Successful!

After a solid week of inspired work, the cast and creative team behind the new Native American musical Distant Thunder presented industry readings to packed audiences at Pearl Studios, NYC.  Produced by Amas Musical Theatre and Donna Trinkoff, the readings were a great success!  The response was overwhelming. Even from my view as a relative newcomer to the project,
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Theatre: “Distant Thunder” Documentary

This week begins rehearsals for the upcoming industry reading of “Distant Thunder”, a new musical that tells the story of a “son reconciling his relationship with his father,” and “maintaining identity through language.” The story was also adapted into a screenplay that is currently involved at Sundance.   Below is a mini-documentary created by Shaun Taylor-Corbett: “Language That
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Theatre: NYC World Premiere of “Hangman”

If you’re in NYC and interested seeing an evening of “brief” plays, swing by Artistic New Directions festival Eclectic Evening of Shorts IX: Boxers & Briefs. I’m performing with my good friend Dino Petrera in the two man piece, Hangman, written by the talented Gregory Fletcher and directed by the wonderful Marshall Mays (artistic director of Kaleidoscope
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Theatre: Cast in NYC World Premiere of “Hangman”

This week begins rehearsal for the play Hangman by Gregory Fletcher that will have a NYC World Premiere this March! Artistic New Directions is producing the play as a part of their annual festival, An Eclectic Evening of Shorts IX: Boxers & Briefs.  Gregory Fletcher wrote the play in homage to LeRoi Jones‘ (Amiri Baraka)1964 Obie Award winning
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