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Returned to New York after being offered the opportunity to reprise the role of Karel Svenk/Borivoj Abeles in the film production of the Last Cyclist. The production is currently filming in NYC where I play the title character.


 

Joined the cast of MIssmatch with Bucket List Theatre company for the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Performed as one of the aweful dates as well as the male chorus in this musical comedy about online dating.
missmatch


 

Cast in the L.A. premiere of Bucket List Theatre's production of Pageant Play by Matthew Wilkas and Mark Stlock. Performed in the role of pageant coach, Bob.
Pageant Play


 

Returned to the Chain Theatre in LIC for their yearly holiday tradition of the staged radio version of It's A Wonderful Life portraying the hero Harry Bailey as well as several other townsfolk.
itsawonderfullife

Reprised the role of Luke Skywalker in the Usual Reject's parody of Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back.
UsualRejects


 

Booked a few roles in the wonderful David Ives' collection, 'All In The Timing' with Bucket List Theatre.
Click the Image for more details. Come hear me speak the Universal Language!
All In The Timing

 

Wait Until Dark has been nominated for an NYIT Award for Best Revival. The show ran in October of 2015. I played the Sam Hendrix, husband to the lead character.


I was invited back to perform with the 'Usual Rejects' in their staged reading of Star Wars Episodes IV: A New Hope playing none other and that young farm boy, Luke Skywalker at the Chain Theater in LIC.

 


I had the opportunity to bring to life Sam Hendrix, husband to Susie Hendrix in an updated translation of Frederick Knott's Wait Until Dark at the Chain Theater in LIC.

 


Patrick was invited to perform with the 'Usual Rejects' in their staged reading of Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan at the Chain Theater in Long Island City.. He performed as Mr. Sulu, Chekov, And the voice of the computer.

 


'Talk Radio', which featured Patrick as Stu Noonan at the Chain Theatre, has been nominated for BEST REVIVAL with the NYITAWARDS.

 


Patrick is excited to be invited back to work with Stageplays at the end of this month where he will be reading a new work as part of a table read.

 

Updated Reel for 2015 and a character clip has been added to the Media page.

 


Patrick will performing in a staged reading of sketches and cabaret songs written in Terezín, from Lisa Peschel's anthology Performing Captivity, Performing Escape and other sources at the Bohemian National Hall on E73rd street.

Friday, February 13 at 7 p.m.

For more information see The Event info Here

 


Patrick will appearing as Stu Noonan in the Chain Theatre's production of Talk Radio by Eric Bogosian.

The production runs from Sept. 12 through Sept. 27th.

For more information see VariationsTheatreGroup.com


For more information can be found at the Theater2020 Website


Patrick will be reprising his role as "The Kid" in the Floating Theater's reading of the Magical History Tour slated to set sail this summer.

Patrick appeared as Joe in Emily Comisar's "MOONLIGHTING" with the Lone Star Theatre Company at the hour Glass Tavern. Part of Lone Star Theatre's reading series.


Patrick will be starring as Joshua (Jesus) in the premiere of "Re-Gift of the Magi" at the Chain Theater in Long Island City. The show runs 12/6-12/21 with Matinees on Saturdays.



"The Last Cyclist is a daring, gallows-humor, absurdist allegory that expands on the “Jews and the cyclists” theme, making cyclists the victims of the inmates of a mental asylum who escape and take over the outside world. They hound, oppress, exile or kill everyone who rides a bicycle and anyone who has ever had anything to do with cyclists for many generations back."--excerpt from the website.





Patrick is Proud to announce that he is a card carrying member of the Actor's Equity Association. Making him both SAG-AFTRA and AEA.


Patrick will be returning to American Globe in their Shakespeare for Schools program as Lord Capulet in this seasons tour of Romeo And Juliet.


Patrick is currently filming the SVA thesis, 'Emily's Revolution.' Directed by Corinne Willet.


 

Patrick will be returning to FRINGENYC in the new play Welcome to Eternity.
Brought to you by
the same people who were responsible for the smash hit,
Getting Even With Shakespeare
.

Performances are:

Friday, August 12 @ 9:30pm
Sunday, August 14 @ 8:45pm
Monday, August 15 @ 2:00pm
Saturday, August 20 @ Noon
Thursday, August 25 @ 2:00pm

Location:

The CSV Cultural Center - Flamboyan Theatre
107 Suffolk Street, New York
(between Rivington and Delancey Sts.)
J, M, Z to Essex  or F to Delancey

Visit the Website for more info

 

 

The radio show, 1918, that patrick voiced is now live and slowly releasing episodes.
You can listen to the first 2 episodes
HERE, and the remaining two will be posted soon.

Enjoy!

 

American Globe

Patrick is currently working with American Globe on

Macbeth

Where he is portraying both Macduff and Duncan.
The show runs March Through May touring NY public schools spreading Shakespeare to the burroughs.

Public performances to be announced

 


Theater for the new City

Patrick is currently performing as Andy in 'Age Out', a new play by Tom Diriwatcher at Theater for the New City.

Thursday - Sunday, January 13 - 30

Thursday - Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 3pm

All Seats $15/Students $10

Click HERE for Details!

 

 


1918

This past October Patrick added his voice to an upcoming radio show called 1918. It's a very tongue-in-cheek 1940's era radio show. Patrick play's Dr. Henry Isotope, the over eager scientist who gets pulled into a plot to save the world.

This project also had the surprise of going AFTRA in the last minute bringing Patrick right along with it. So he is now a card carrying member of the Union

 


EXTENSION!!!!!!

getting even

The show has been extended beyond Fringe. We've been voted best of the fringe and have 4 more performances at the end of September:

9/21 @ 8pm
9/24 @ 9pm
9/25 @ 7:30 pm
9/26 @ 4 pm

Click here for more details

 


Getting Even With Shakespeare is coming back!!

After a sold out EXTENDED run at MRT in Midtown, the show has been accepted into the NYC International Fringe Festival.

The venue is the Player's Theatre in the West Village.

Dates:
Saturday 8/14 @ 2:15pm
Friday 8/20 @ Noon
Tuesday 8/24 @6:45 pm
Wednesday 8/25 @7:30 pm
Friday 8/27 @7:00 pm

Tickets go on sale on 7/23

More information can be found at: www.gettingevenwithshakespeare.com

Feel free to friend them on Facebook and follow on twitter

 

 

 


bareshakespeare

Patrick participated in another event for
Bare Shakespeare
Macbeth Summer Slam
On 6/19 at Fontana's downtown and was happy to lend his craft to the fundraiser

 

 


bareshakespeare

Patrick will be lending his talents to the benefit "Hamlet Royal Rumble" for the Theatre company,
Bare Shakespeare

The benefit is on 3/14 at 6 pm
Located at Fontanta's downtown on Eldridge. There is a $10 cover to watch the show.

Patrick will be performing Laertes as well as one of the players in support of this company.

 


 

Patrick Just finished a workshop production of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure as the Provost with the Oxford Shakespeare Center. Directed by Ron Song Destro.

For more info about the Oxford Shakespeare Company click HERE

 

 


nytheatre

Getting even With Shakespeare has recieved an amazing review from the folks at NYTheatre.com:

"They are quite the ensemble. Well cast and capable they bring a real joy to the stage; it's obvious these guys are having a great time. While the whole cast is consistently fun to watch."--- Peter Schuyler

You can read the full review HERE

 

 


getting even

Five Shakespearean tragic heroes are in a New York City bar...and they are pissed. According to the laws of metaphysics, Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet are required to "attend" every performance of the shows that bear their names.  When not reliving their horrible deaths on a nightly basis, the characters spend time at the bar where they drink away their sorrows, settle old scores, and partake in their favorite pastime - plotting revenge on Shakespeare, the man who put them in this very unenviable position.  The characters’ four century old routine is thrown into flux when Matt, a 30 year old lawyer and unsuccessful college playwright, enters the bar with an idea that may finally allow them to get even. 

 

Wednesday, January 27 - 9:00pm  -  SOLD OUT

Thursday, January 28 - 9:00pm  -  SOLD OUT

Friday, January 29 - 9:00pm  -  SOLD OUT

Wednesday, February 3 - 9:00pm

Thursday, February, 4 - 9:00pm

Friday, February 5 - 9:00pm

Tickets are $20

More information can be found at: www.gettingevenwithshakespeare.com