Creative Production



The scope of my creative activity spans over 150 productions, from classics to original works and musicals to mediatized productions, staged in theatres across the U.S., Caribbean, and Europe. My involvement in these collaborations has taken on many forms, filling a gamut of positions including Director, Fight Choreographer, Actor, and Designer. Since June 2002, I have directed over twenty productions, including an Equity production of Proof for the Apollo Professional Theatre and Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale for the Heartland Festival Orchestra, choreographed fights for ten productions including As You Like It and Romeo and Juliet for the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival where I also acted as a member of the professional company, and was hired as a voice-over artist for several national projects including the National World War I Museum / Liberty Memorial. Given that each theatrical production documented here is equivalent in terms of scholarly productivity to a juried research article, my creative work represents a significant portfolio of accomplishment, entailing creative involvement in an average of six productions a year over my career.