Regional: Cyrano de Bergerac (Jodelet, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), Metamorphoses (Hermes, Alys Stephens Center), Macbeth (Ross, Fugitive Kind Theatre), Cafe le Monde (He/Lothario, World Premiere by Charles Mee at ARK Theatre, LA), 36 Views (Darius Wheeler, Alys Stephens Center), Heralds (House Manager, World Premiere at Theatre Tribe, LA), The Arsonists (Eisenring) and The Unveiling/ Dozens of Cousins (Vanek, U.S. Premiere at Trap Door Theatre, Chicago), Stars in the Morning Sky (Alexander, Stanislavski School/ A.R.T.) Film/ Television: 1000 Ways to Die, Screwed, Help Is On The Way, Brighter Palette, Mammon, Sirk, Catch-22, Same Same V.C., Falling Girl, Yellow, The Takedown, Lab Rats and The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.
Michael has attended the Stanislavski School at Harvard University (A.R.T./ MXAT, 2006), and participated in Atelier at The Grotowski Institute (Poland, 2008). His Masters Degree in Fine Arts is from the University of California at Irvine in acting (2009). He has taught acting and movement at The University of California, Irvine and The University of Illinois, Chicago. He is currently writing, producing, and performing independent films based on Chekhov short stories. He'd like to thank his family and friends for their tremendous support, TUTA for their creative generosity, and all of you in the audience for your love of Theatre. Luke, this one's for you. Je suis Charlie.