February 2019

Tom will be originating the role of Pietr/Abba Kovner in Ira Fuch's Off-Broadway production of "Vilna." The production will run from March 10th-April 14th at the Theatre at St. Clement's (423 West 46th Street, between Ninth & Tenth Avenues).

March 2017

Tom will be playing the role of Feste in TITAN Theatre Company's Twelfth Night from March 24th-April 9th at the Queens Theatre. 

March 2016

Tom will be understudying the role of Alf in Peter and the Starcatcher at the Walnut Street Theatre from March 15th-May 1st. 

December 2015

Tom will be reprising his roles of Dick Wilkins/Henry/Mr. Dole/Businessman in TITAN Theatre Company & Queens Theatre's A Christmas Carol from December 3-20 at the Queens Theatre. 

June 2015

Tom will be playing Lucio in Measure for Measure with New York Classical Theatre, New York's only all-free and accessible Off Broadway theatre.


(Meet in front of Castle Clinton)
Tuesday - Sunday, July 14 - July 19
Tuesdays - Sundays, July 21 - August 9


(Meet in front of Bargemusic on Pier 1)
Tuesday & Wednesday, August 11 - 12
Friday - Sunday, August 14 - 16


All shows are at 7pm. 

April 2015

Tom played Matty in a staged reading of Eleanor Burgess' Start Down for Centenary Stage Company's 2015 Women Playwrights Series. 

December 2014

Tom will be playing Dick Wilkins/Henry/Mr. Dole/Businessman and understudying the roles of Fred and Jacob Marley in TITAN Theatre Company & Queens Theatre's A Christmas Carol from December 11-21 at the Queens Theatre. 

October 2014

Tom is excited to be a part of the Pearl Theatre Company's innovative staged reading series, Pick Your Poison, on November 23rd at 7pm. 


United by a theme, The Pearl's one-of-a-kind reading series samples five-minute segments of three classical plays...but only one of the shows will be chosen by the audience to be performed. Which play? Well, that's up to you.


November plays include 


Bread and Butter by Eugene O'Neill directed by Chris Mixon (Resident Acting Co. Member)

To Damascus by August Strindberg directed by Zi Alikhan 

Within the Law by Bayard Veiller directed by Emily Lyon


March 2014

Tom will be understudying the roles of Bob Acres, Faulkland, and Fag in The Rivals at the Pearl Theatre Company from March 25-May 25, 2014!

February/March 2014

Tom will be playing Cliton in David Ives' translation of The Liar at Centenary Stage Company from February 21st to March 9th!

September 2013

That Lady from Maxim's wins 4 NY Innovative Theatre Awards including Outstanding Production of a Musical! I am very proud to have been a part of the development of this new musical over the past two years and to have shared the experience with some of my dearest friends. Check out all of the winners on Playbill!

Summer 2013

Tom understudied Malvolio in Twelfth Night (directed by Paul Barnes) and played the Porter/Seyton/Captain in Macbeth (apprentice co.; directed by Rick Barbour) at the Great River Shakespeare Festival.

February/March 2013

Tom is thrilled to announce that he will be playing the title role in Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan at Centenary Stage Company.

October 2012

Tom reprised the role of Dr. Edouard Mongicourt in the Off' Off Broadway Equity Showcase of Bryan Williams' That Lady From Maxim's (based on a Feydeau farce) at the Robert Moss Theater. In Maxim's, he played Dr. Edouard Mongicourt, a devilish, care-free "man about town" whose devotion to medicine is not always as steadfast as his devotion to the finer things in life that turn-of-the-century Paris has to offer. Think a late 19th Century Neil Patrick Harris on How I Met Your Mother. That Lady is an official 2013 NYMF selection.

July 2012

Tom played Falstaff's Page/Feeble/Gloucester in Henry IV, Part 2 (with John Ahlin as Falstaff; directed by Joe Discher) in Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's Lend Us Your Ears mainstage play reading series. 

Summer 2012

Tom is very excited to be a part of  Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's Next Stage Ensemble. He will be playing Antigonus in  The Winter's Tale and Dr. Bartolo in The Marriage of Figaro.

Winter 2012

Tom joined the faculty at the Studio: A Performing Arts School in New Canaan, CT. He teaches both classes and private acting lessons to students ages 6-18. Topics that he teaches include basic acting, college audition prep, film/tv/commercial work, musical theatre, Shakespeare, and improv comedy. He also works with students auditioning for professional regional productions, Broadway, tv/film projects, and national commercials. 

November 2011

Tom plays Dr. Edouard Mongicourt in the Off' Off Broadway Equity Showcase of Bryan Williams' That Lady From Maxim's (based on La Dame de Chez Maxim, a farce by Feydeau) performing at the Times Square Arts Center.

Summer 2011

Tom tours around the Adirondack Mountains region playing Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream and the "Daniel Singer" track in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) with Adirondack Shakespeare Company.



April 2011

Tom plays Sir Andrew Aguecheek in MadCAP CollecTIVE's Twelfth Night at the National Comedy Theatre.

February 2011

Wiggah wins 5 American International Film Festival Awards including Best Comedy! Tom plays Bunny, a drug dealing, spastic, rapping villian, in this "whitesploitation comedy musical."

December 2010

Tom directs an original adaptation of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Eyes of a Blue Dog starring Carlos Mesa and Amara Haaksman. Performed at the Triad Theatre, this piece is part of a larger concert by the M.O.V.E. Foundation featuring up and coming companies and some of NYC's most talented performers. 

November 2010

Tom plays Lucky, a young artist with consumption who finds something exciting and positive in every horrific event that happens to him, in Isle of Shoals' Off-Off Broadway Equity Showcase production of Lighthouse, an original musical by Bryan Williams based on Ibsen's Lady from the Sea.  

September 2010

Tom moves to New York City and is excited to begin the next chapter of his career!

June 2010

After three years of incredibly inspiring challenges, Tom receives his MFA in Acting from Ohio University under the direction of the incomparable Shelley Delaney.

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