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Puffs: Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years

at a Certain School of Magic and Magic

At New World Stages

by Matt Cox // directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker

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This show was such a blessing! We transferred to one of the best Off-Broadway theaters in New York and were seen in theaters across the country via Fathom Events. After a long sold-out run at the PIT and then 10 months at The Elektra, it really was been a magical ride. If you love Mr. Potter and his wacky adventures, I know you'll love this show.

 Talkin' Broadway 

"Moon and Belton are dynamic comic leads that wring every laugh from their fish-out-of-water characters."

 Entertainment Weekly 

"Puffs feels engineered specifically to delight Harry Potter diehards, and for the most part it succeeds...even if this venture is not the bravest or the smartest, its heart is firmly in the right place, and audiences will likely leave charmed. "

 hollywood life 

"But by plays end, you’ll find yourself caring much more for Wayne and his friends than you thought you would. Maybe you didn’t grow up with them like Harry, but the Puffs are so lovable and relatable, you’ll leave the theater wishing they were in the stories all along."

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EST's YoungBlood Brunch. 


Hollywood Fringe Festival with WOMEN. Won Best of Fringe and Best Comedy. 



Went down the long rabbit hole of The Mysteries at the Flea. Directed by Ed Iskandar (won a special Drama Desk award for the show) and was a NYTimes Critics pick. Also two SOLD out runs of WOMEN by Chiara Atik at the Kraine and the PIT.



Reading of Grenadine by Neil Wecshler at the Flea and got to play Sconce again after doing it at UNC. Directed by Hal Brooks.




Workshop production of The Mysteries directed by Ed Iskandar featuring 50 playwrights including Jose Rivera, David Henry Hwang et al.


More #serials@theflea! as well as multiple readings of Dominic Finocchiaro's new play brother brother 



Rubber Ducks and Sunsets (Petey) produced by Ground UP Productions at the Gene Frankel Theater.



#serials@theflea cycle 15. 



Did motion capture for an experimental video game called Krapp Hour with Jim Simpson directing. Featuring the voices of Alan Rickman, Bill Irwin, Maria Dizzia and many others. I played the Cricket Master who was voiced by Francis Jue (M. Butterfly, Yellow Face, Thoroughly Modern Millie, 'Law and Order SVU').



#serials@theflea cycles 13 and 14. Worked on new plays by Nick Leavens, Dominic Finocchiaro, Chloe Carter Brown, Neal Bledsoe and Jeff Ronan. Directed by Danya Taymor, Noah Schechter and Sarah Blush. 



The Shakes: Romeo and Juliet at the Flea Theater. Played Capulet in Act 1 directed by Kel Haney and Liz Carlson. Also in the preshow ensemble directed by Courtney Ulrich.



Reading of The Brown Bull of Cuailnge by Neil Wecshler at the Cherry Lane Theater in their Tongues: a reading series. Began Shakespeare scene study class with Brian McMannamon.



6 week run of Restoration Comedy at the Flea was a great success. Named top 12 of 2012 by the Huffington Post and 4 stars in TimeOut.



Accepted into The Bats at the Flea theater by way of getting cast in Restoration Comedy directed by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar. Played Sam Redwood (lead) in Portrait... at Triskelion Arts with Phillstock Entertainment. Began my first class at UCB - Improv 101.


Commercial class with David McDermott of Jordan, Gill and Dornbaum. Commercial intensive with Lakey Wolff of CESD and David Morris of Telsey + Co.


Played Robbie (Romeo) in Variations on Romeo and Juliet with Sparrowtree Theatre/Phillstock Entertainment at Frost Art Space. Played Walter in staged reading of Rubber Ducks and Sunsets written by Catya McMullen, directed by Seth Sheldon and produced by Ground UP Productions.


Played Cam in American English with Phillstock Entertainment at Frost Art Space.

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