Brad has had a long and varied life in the theatre and worn many hats, including actor, voiceover artist, director, choreographer, playwright, producer, and composer/lyricist. He’s worked all over the country--with national tours and extended gigs in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Mississippi, and lived and worked for 18 years in New York City. A few of his favorite roles include the Baker in Into the Woods, Mozart in Amadeus, Charlie in The Foreigner, The Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance, Paul in A Chorus Line, and Tom in The Glass Menagerie. Since moving to the Valley 4 years ago, he has found a wonderful artistic home at Theatre Artists Studio, appearing in several productions including Maple and Vine, Cabaret, The Weir and the original run of The Velocity of Autumn. He has also worked on a number of projects at Lunchtime Theatre as a director and a performer. Brad is grateful to iTheatre Collaborative for another chance to do this beautiful play with the wonderful Judy Rollings. Maybe we can go home again after all!
The Velocity of Autumn
Alexandra is a 79-year-old artist in a showdown with her family over where she'll spend her remaining years. In Alexandra's corner are her wit, her volcanic passion and the fact that she's barricaded herself in her Brooklyn brownstone with a pile of Molotov cocktails. When Alexandra's estranged son Chris returns after 20 years and crawls through her second floor window, the emotional bombs start detonating, hopefully, before the real ones do.View Production
From the author of Rosemary’s Baby comes an harrowing labyrinth of suspense, entwining fantasy and reality. The story begins in 1973; Susan and her boyfriend, Larry have been enticed to the Brabissant mansion by the Mackeys, a charming, elderly Irish couple who are struck by Susan’s strong resemblance to Veronica, the long-dead daughter of the family for whom they work. Veronica’s room has been untouched by time and has been left exactly as it was in 1935. The mystery deepens as twist after twist unravels the frail threads of reality. Is it 1973 or 1935? Will Susan ever leave Veronica’s room?View Production