Justin has been cast in the lead role of short play KING'S CUP by: Amy Gijsbers van Wijk part of I Know What You Did Last SHOTZ! with Amios Company. The show will be on Monday, May 1st at the Kraine Theater (85 East 4th St. and 2nd Ave). Justin plays Nelson a fraternity villain who accidentally kills his girlfriend. Come watch him stop at nothing to bring his girlfriend back from the dead!
DOOMSDAY screened at the HollyWeb Festival in Los Angeles this month. Hosted by AMC the pilot, which Justin co-star's in, took home the BEST PILOT award!
Justin reprised his role and co-produced the short film MUDPIES. Originally part of SHOTZ! It's What's for Dinner the short play was adapted for the screen by 1BDG Productions and Red Garnet Theater Company. MUDPIES is a dark comedy about a dysfunctional upper class family as they try to survive one more meal together. Visit the Facebook page for more information.
DOOMSDAY series follows the daily lives of the residents of a cult in the Catskills. Justin plays a mormon missionary who stumbles upon the group. Written by Sonja O'Hara and directed by Jaspal Binning, DOOMSDAY will make it's world premiere at SeriesFest, which The L.A. Times called "the Sundance of TV Festivals."
On October 5th at 7:00 PM and 8:30 PM catch Justin in MUDPIES part of SHOTZ! It’s What’s for Dinner! Shotz is a monthly evening of short plays that is hosted by Amios NYC. MUDPIES is written by: Lauren Lubow and directed by: Richard Aven. The show will be at the Kraine Theatre 85 East 4th Street.
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This week Justin performed in two new plays with Mastodon Company, LEFT BEHIND (pictured below) by Molly Haas-Hooven, directed by: Maureen Monterubio. And THE SPOTTED GENTLEMEN by: Erin Mallon directed by: Mark Karafin.
The night also featured a short play Justin wrote called A PASSING THING.
Justin plays the intern in a new commercial for Fairway Markets!
Justin will perform this Sunday 11/16 at 5:30 at UCB East in the East Village. Come have a drink and a laugh!
This July Justin will star in the world premiere of SEXTORTION, as Bradley Michael Whit! Written by: Patrick Thomas McCarthy, Sextortion will play at The Wild Project as part of the East Village's Fresh Fruit Festival.
On Sunday March 10th I will be performing in a staged reading of a new play called The Uniform by Kobo Abe. The Uniform will be presented as part of a fundraiser 'Remember 3.11.' All profits will be donated to the relief efforts continuing after the devastating earthquakes and tsunami's in Japan two years ago. The reading takes place 3/10 at 3:00 p.m. at CRS 123 4th Avenue 2nd floor, between 12-13 St. Suggested donations are encouraged. Hope to see you there!