October 28, November 4 & 8, 2014
Stage Left Studio has been a valuable resource for the indie theatre community for the past decade. In an effort to help Cheryl King, Founding Director, meet budgetary goals for the final year of the studio, That Play: A Solo Macbeth offers 3 performances with proceeds going to Stage Left.
April 29, 2013
Linda Lavin and John Lloyd Young, both Tony winners, announce nominations for the 2013 Drama Desk Awards at 54 Below. THAT PLAY: A SOLO MACBETH is nominated for Unique Theatrical Experience. Directed and co-adapted by Heather Hill. Performances at Stage Left Studio.
January 19 - February 10, 2012
I play dozens of characters in David Sisco's critically-acclaimed two-man show, BAIT n’ SWISH, directed by Laura Josepher. Performances are added after a successful run in 2010. The show is hailed as “the funniest evening of theatre I’ve seen…,” our “warm, witty, smart” and “sophisticated.” At Stage Left Studio.
October - November 2011
Two plays, two folding chairs, two actors, 49 characters. BAIT n' SWISH tells the story of Justin and Charlie who must navigate a series of hilarious situations (including a gay, speed-dating night) which force them to confront their true feelings.
These short, interconnected plays are brought together for the first time at Stage Left Studio. BAIT had previously played in venues worldwide. With David Sisco and me as Justin & Charley and a mess of other characters.
Falling to Earth, the serio-comic re-telling of Pygmalion & Galatea by Gualtieri & Sisco, is developed at the Syracuse University New Play Workshop. Under the direction of Laura Josepher, the cast and crew make great strides. With Lauren Devine, Chris Dwan, Christian Leadley, Angela Travins, Jannae Lehman (Stage Manager), Jordan Rosin (Assistant Director). Special thanks are due for the support of The Araca Group and Syracuse University.
December 11, 2007
The play by Cheryl King & Rod Menzies (with additional material by myself and songs by John Mercurio) details the crimes of corporate party planner John Jerome (played by me) who was convicted for embezzling $4 million from a major NYC-based investment company in 2002.
August 13, 2007
The Monday night series at The Duplex continues its tradition of celebrating new composers. Performers Nancy Anderson (A Class Act, Wonderful Town, Kiss Me Kate-London), Sebastian Arcelus (House of Cards, Wicked, Rent), Randy Redd (Some Men, Ring of Fire, Parade), Mamie Parris (On the 20th Century, The Drowsy Chaperone, 110 in the Shade), Tom Gualtieri (National Actor’s Theatre, That Play: A Solo Macbeth) and other celebrate the work of Michael Cooper, Will Van Dyke, and collaborators, Steve Routman and Joy Son. Tom perfromed "Venice" from Routman & Son's The Fisher King.
June 11, 2007
A concert celebration of new/emerging/outstanding talent in the musical theatre to benefit The York Theatre. The concert features new works by emerging writers performed by a stellar cast of Broadway veterans. Tom sings "Venice" from Steve Routman & Joy Son's musical version of The Fisher King.