A comic knot of mistaken identities.
Previously for Wooden O: Hamlet (Claudius); The Winter’s Tale (Leontes); Henry V (Pistol); The Merchant of Venice (Antonio). Recent Seattle stage credits include All the Way and The Great Society (Seattle Repertory Theatre), Black Comedy (Strawberry Theatre Workshop), and The Importance of Being Earnest (Seattle Shakespeare Company). Locally, Michael has worked with New Century Theatre Company (founding company member/board member), Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACT Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Seattle Opera, Intiman Theatre, and Strawberry Theatre Workshop, among others. Regional credits include McCarter Theatre Center, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Huntington Theatre, Mill Mountain Theatre, Camden Shakespeare Festival, Interplayers, and Tacoma Actors Guild. Film and television credits include Prefontaine, Georgia, Highway, Grimm, Leverage, and The Commish, among others. AEA, SAG-AF TRA.
Shakespeare’s thrilling father and son epic
Oscar Wilde’s outlandish comedy where elaborate double deceptions lead to romance.
A young, untried king tests his mettle in battle against overwhelming odds.
White lies and blackmail tear apart the foundation of young woman’s family and marriage.
True love can work miracles and forgiveness can heal deep wounds.
A hyper-literate comedy that stimulates your intellect and your funny bone.
Laughs, love, and a funny bit with a dog.