Working on a brand new piece of theatre is one of Sean's favorite things to do, so he is pumped to head back to Bay Area's Children Theatre to play in a new musical adaptation of the hit book Uni The Unicorn! With a book by Timothy Allen McDonald and music and lyrics by Rob Rokicki, this show is sure to be a magical experience for all involved!
Sean loved spending some time in the San Francisco Bay Area playing Frog in A Year with Frog and Toad at Bay Area's Children Theatre. This was a show Sean had wanted to do for quite some time, so it was super exciting to finally get a chance to check it off his list!
Sean can be seen as the assistant to New York's best family-friendly magician, The Amazing Max! Sean loves working with the TAM family, both in the city and touring around the country.
Boom! Kapow! Sean loved playing Brian, a monolith of meddling middle management at Superhero Inc., in The Scarlet Savior, a new musical comedy by Lily Dwoskin & Austin Nuckols. The show played at St. Luke's theatre on Sunday nights, as part of the Pop-sical Festival.
Sean is tickled pink to have played Mr. Pinkerton in Vital Theatre's production of Pinkalicious The Musical. It was so exciting to spread the love of pink to not just New York, but also over the country!
Sean grew up watching The Wizard of Oz every single day, so he was beyond thrilled to play The Cowardly Lion in Vital Theatre's new hour-long adaptation of the classic we all know and love. Here is a clip of him singing "If I Were King of the Forest."
Sean was part of the Off-Broadway premiere cast of It Came From Beyond! The show is produced by Write Act Repertory and runs at St. Luke's Theatre on Tuesday nights.
Sean really loved playing both Seagull and Pelican in the re-vamped version of Flight School The Musical with Vital Theatre Company from February to July in 2017. In January of 2018, Sean was lucky enough to return to this show, but this time, he got to switch it up and play Pelican.
Annie Warbucks with KOTA Productions at the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at Signature Theatre was a lot of fun. Sean had a great time working with a fun ensemble of adults and some very talented children.
In the winter of 2016, Sean returned to the roles of Grandpa and Mrs. DeVine in Vital Theatre's New York production of Fancy Nancy Splendiferous Christmas! Nothing says "Sean" like wearing an old man sweater and high heels in the same show.
Sean was featured in the Ensemble of the New York City premiere of Miss Mayor, as part of Marble Collegiate Church's The Puzzle festival. Miss Mayor was developed and written by some of his Wright State colleagues and professors, so it was like a little family reunion! The reading was a record breaking success for The Puzzle and Sean was honored to take part.
Sean played John, the playwright, in Lightbulb, a new play by (Sean's partner) Ben Miller. The show was a part of the Venus/Adonis Theatre Festival in March 2016. Sean couldn't be more proud of Ben and was honored to have been a part of the production.
Sean had the privilege of singing backup for Broadway legend Kristin Chenoweth in September of 2015, when she stopped by the Fraze Pavilion in Dayton, Ohio during her Coming Home Tour. It was an honor to sing with such an incredible, honest artist, alongside some old friends!
Sean spent the summer of 2015 in Minnesota, where he played Father/Beast in Prairie Fire Children's Theatre's summer tour of Beauty and the Beast. He and his tour partner, Casey Schneider, traveled all over the state of Minnesota, making some art for and with the children.
On May 6, Sean performed in his class's Showcase in New York City at The Laurie Beechman Theatre. You can see video of what he did in that Showcase HERE!
Sean had the honor of singing with several of his classmates at The Victoria Theatre Association's Season Announcement event for 2015. Click HERE for a video of him singing "Corner of the Sky" from Pippin.
Sean played Ko-Ko in Wright State's production of Hot Mikado in November 2014. This was one of his favorite theatrical experiences to date. He cannot wait to make the return trip to Titipu someday. Check out some video from the show HERE!