I am thrilled to share that I'm playing WWII soldier Toby George in a rare production of Galt MacDermot & William Dumaresq's epic folk opera THE HUMAN COMEDY, based upon the classic William Saroyan novel of the same name.
The mainstage production, running December 12-18 in Boston's South End, is part of the School of Theatre's 60th anniversary celebration and is sponsored by the brand new Stewart F. Lane & Bonnie Compley Musical Theatre Fund. Furthermore, the run is dedicated to the memory of Jasmine Chobanian, a beloved College of Fine Arts friend and sponsor and Boston University's "former first lady."
THE HUMAN COMEDY is directed by School of Theatre program head Jim Petosa, with musical direction by Matthew Stern and choreography by Eliza Ryan.
It has been a privilege to work on such a rarely produced but incredibly potent musical theatre text with an incredible team of peers and mentors, and I am so excited to share our work in a space as vital to Boston's theatre community as the Huntington Theatre Company-operated Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts.