Broadway: SOUTH PACIFIC, TWENTIETH CENTURY. Off-Broadway: ALMOST, MAINE, THE BOOTH VARIATIONS, THE BUTCHERHOUSE CHRONICLES, and SOMEWHERE, SOMEPLACE ELSE. National tours: WAR HORSE, SPRING AWAKENING, and TWELVE ANGRY MEN. Regional: Arena Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Actors Theater of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse, Portland Stage. Film & TV: “Allegiance,” “The Affair,” “White Collar,” “Nurse Jackie,” “One True Thing,” “Law & Order,” “Living and Dining.” ADDY and Telly Award recipient as director of The Woods (www.thewoods.nyc). Co-founder/producer of the Inwood Film Festival (www.inwoodfilmfestival.nyc). He is notably unmoved by many things save for Godzilla films, certain IPAs, and the fact that the sound of the 6 train pulling out of City Hall station sounds eerily like the first three notes of Tom Waits’ recording of “There’s A Place For Us.” Don’t ask him how, don’t ask him why – it just does, and it seems like some kind of omen, though of what, he has absolutely no frickin’ idea.