Back Fence PDX Story Video

Remember last summer when I told a story at Back Fence PDX? Here it is:

Not working? Watch it at backfencepdx.com. Click to the August 15 Blindsided show.

Nicaragua Slideshow

In November my father, Gary, and my brother Peter, and I went to Nicaragua for 15 days. Here is a slideshow of a few of the images from that trip.

New Headshots

Portland photographer Mike Lindberg (no relation) has done some lovely bearded headshots for me to use. I love the fact that Portland is the backdrop for these great shots.

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Storytelling at Back Fence PDX

Join me and some other great story tellers August 15!

Back Fence PDX: MAIN STAGE Blindsided stories

Friday, August 15 at 8:00pm
at HOLLYWOOD THEATRE
21+

Five local and out of town people telling* true, unscripted stories based on the theme,BLINDSIDED. Featuring returning crowd fave JOHN RODERICK (SEA),  COLE KAZDIN (LA),ANDY LINDBERG (NY), CLAIRE WILLETT (PDX), and VAL MALLINSON (PDX).

Hosted by B. Frayn Masters with Announcer Jason Rouse.

DOORS/DRINKS 6:30PM | SHOW 8:00PM
$13—$20 ADVANCE | $16 DAY OF SHOW

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For $20 there are a limited number of VIP tickets available, reserved until 7:50PM, on the front rows of the main floor. VIP ticket holders will not wait in the main line but instead enter via the side door on NE 41st Place.

*Storytellers subject to change without notice. Stories may contain explicit language and/or subject matter.

Joe Egg at Shaker Bridge Theatre, New Hampshire

I will be appearing as Brian in “A Day in the Death of Joe Egg” at the Shaker Bridge Theatre, in Enfield, New Hampshire!

Joe Egg by Peter Nichols

May 2-18

Brian and Sheila keep their marriage alive by believing it’s better to laugh than cry – fortunately, they are natural born entertainers. But one night, ten years into bearing up laughing while caring for their disabled daughter, nicknamed “Joe Egg,” the wheels of their fine-tuned comedy act start to fall off. Written by celebrated British playwright Peter Nichols, this play has been heralded by London’s National Theatre as one of the most significant plays of the 20th century

“They’re a truly, spontaneously funny couple – so funny that they break your heart”
– N.Y. TIMES

“a masterpiece of comedy and comic acting” – CURTAIN UP

 Tickets and reservations information available from shakerbridgetheatre.org.