In lieu of boring you with a lengthy biography, I’ll just list a few things about myself that might be of interest…
- I was born and raised in Iowa. (Like Bob Dylan sang, “The country I come from is called the Midwest.”)
- One year after I moved to Los Angeles from Chicago, my appendix ruptured. I almost died.
- I worship John Cazale.
I look forward to helping you tell your story.
I’m going to be playing Hotspur in Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part 1 this summer at Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox, MA.
August 2–August 31
PREVIEWS AUGUST 2–7
OPENS AUGUST 8
Tina Packer Playhouse
HENRY IV, parts 1 and 2
by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
directed by JONATHAN EPSTEIN
featuring MALCOLM INGRAM as Falstaff
Power and rebellion collide in a whirlwind adaptation of Henry IV — delivering both parts in one dynamic evening of theatre. A 15th century Eastcheap and a contemporary London set the backdrop for the exploits of a defiant Price Hal and his partner-in-crime, the unruly knight Falstaff, a guilt-ridden King Henry, and the plotting Harry Percy — “The Hotspur.” Shakespeare’s History Cycle continues to captivate and mesmerize after 450 years.