Thursday, May 27, 2010


Hey Everyone,

Happy aaaaalmost Memorial Day Weekend!

Aloha to LOST

It's been 4 days since LOST has ended and I feel so alone in this world without it... so I'm reverting back to what I know - and that's whoring myself out for the next thing I'm promoting :)

No Day But Today

I've spent the last couple of months in rehearsal for a Regional Production of the Rock Opera RENT over in Haddonfield, NJ. I've met some great friends and have had the privilege to share the stage with an amazingly talented cast.

RENT defined Broadway in my mind... I saw it / heard it in the 90's and have been waiting for a chance to be a part of it since. And so here I am, a week away from opening, and looking for your support!

It's not your typical "musical"... combine a rock show with a gritty, inspiring, hopeful storyline that's set on Manhattan's lower East Side in the late 80's / early 90's. It follows the lives of 8 friends over the course of a year through love, loss, disease, individuality, hope... the music will blow you away and the story is both heart wrenching and hopeful. Seriously. If you're not moved you have ice in your heart and well, I can't help you there.

Our Cast

Brian Bortnick (formerly of Octane and now signed to BeePhonic music working with Chris Sligh of American Idol Fame) stars as our ROGER DAVIS. He's puuurttty good.

Ed Corsi (Founder of The Loop and member of The INTERNS) is our Mark Cohen. He also flirted with landing the role on Broadway so he's got it down pat.

The cast also features seasoned performers who have performed in National Tours, Commercials, Television Shows... our own Erika Schiff of the Melanie Rice Orchestra sung the National Anthem at Citizens Bank Park for the Phillies not too long ago... Why am I hyping everyone up?! Point is this cast is crazy talented and deserves to be seen!

I'll be playing several different roles through out the show... I make a mean drug dealer (you'll see... it's creepy).

Where and When

Haddonfield Plays and Players

957 E. Atlantic Avenue

Haddonfield, NJ 08033

(next to Crow's Woods)

About 10 minutes over both the Ben Franklin and Walt Whitman from Philly...

Thursday June 3rd @ 8pm

Friday June 4th @ 8 pm

Saturday June 5th @ 2 pm

Saturday June 5th @ 8 pm

Sunday June 6th @ 2pm

Tuesday June 8th @ 8pm (ALL proceeds to Benefit the Jonathan Larson Foundation)

Thursday June 10th @ 8pm

Friday June 11th @ 8pm

Saturday June 12th @ 8pm


$20 for general admission

$30 for guaranteed front row

*There are only 120 seats in the theater... this show will be up close and personal, which also means that we ARE selling out quickly. I'd HIGHLY recommend getting tickets in advance

Get Tix Now!

If you've made it this far then thanks for reading!!! If you come out please let me know and I'll be sure to try and stare at you from the stage... to the point where it's uncomfortable...


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