Featuring Justin Schilling, Joseph Small* and Peter Herrick*
FREE ADMISSION + ADULTS ONLY The Episcopal Actors' Guild Hall 1 East 29th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues)
*Member of Actors' Equity Association (AEA)
The Episcopal Actors' Guild Hall is located at1 East 29th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues). The No. 6 train to 28th Street is the nearest subway. Please enter through the garden courtyard. Seating is limited.
To reserve, please call 917-543-1394.
Please DO NOT call the Episcopal Actors' Guild. Thank you.
Smartphone Theatre ® Presents
SO THAT HAPPENED
Written by: Paul Coates
Directed by Keith Bulla
8:00 - 9:00 PM (EDT) // 5:00 - 6:00 PM (PDT)
Encore Performance: SUNDAY 10/18/2020 at 5pm EDT/ 2pm PDT
John and Daniel have a pretty fabulous life with a happy marriage, loads of friends, family, show dogs… all wrapped into a gorgeous home in the Hollywood Hills. When they are paid a shocking visit from a stranger their lives are changed forever.
- Players -
Paul Coates as DANIEL
Peter Herrick as JOHN
Kimberly Green as KENDRA
ALL THE WORLD IS AN ONLINE STAGE
Smartphone Theatre ® is a live stream digital stage that features weekly productions of new and somewhat new plays of all lengths by actors, directors and playwrights from Broadway to Hollywood. Founded shortly after social distancing became the norm, our mission is to keep the curtain up and talent on the boards in the performing arts, regardless of circumstance. These comedic and dramatic live staged readings are all open to the public via a smartphone, computer or tablet allowing audiences an intimate seat that is always the best in the house.
Please subscribe and visit often to join our weekly Friday performances. We hope to see you online very soon! - Reserve--- https://smartphonetheatre.com/
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Beverly Bullock
I played Iago
Beverly Bullock, Artistic Director
in association with Ron Scott and Joseph Small presents a staged reading of
OTHELLO by William Shakespeare
directed by Beverly Bullock Thursday, January 23, 2020 7:00 p.m. The Ellington Room 400 West 43rd Street, Second Floor Free Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Featuring Cassandra Cloutier, Laura Dragomir, Steven Eng*, Peter Herrick*, John Montague, Alyson Reim*, Marie Sassi, Ron Scott*, Joseph Small*, Nicholas Stannard* and Akoni Steinman+. *Member of Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) +Equity Membership Candidate (EMC) Photo by Nicholas Stannard
Directed by Uta Briesewitz
10/8/2017: I played Bradley, a Guest-Star role, in the show's first season. Episode 5 - What Kind of Bad.
Directed by Dennis Smith
I played a featured Juror #1 Co-Star role. Season 1, Episode 22
Directed by Michael Watkins
I played a Facilities Tech, a Co-Star role. Season 4, Episode 8, pt 2 - "Dr. Adrian Shaw" 098. Midseason Finale.
How to Save the Life Of Jimmy McClintock
The Actors Studio Playwright/Director's Workshop
Written By Dan McCormick
Directed By Keith Bulla
September 10th at 6pm
The Actors Studio
432 West 44 Street
Michelle Kristine Best; Peter Herrick; Mallory Jones Danaher; George Harris
"How To Save The Life of Jimmy McClintock is a powerful new four character, one set, comedic drama about several members of a much larger Irish-American family struggling to find the lifesaving answer to a sibling's deadly illness. And through the entrapment of one fateful snowy evening, they discover that they really need to be saved from themselves, as their past and present lives collide head on with anger, passion, tears, humor and above all of love."
Written and Directed by Alexandra Nyman; DP: Sebastian Barbera
I played the role of JAMES MADISON -- Link below in VIDEO section
"Goodnight Sally" is a short film that focuses on the complex existence of one of America's most controversial historical women, Sally Hemmings. Sally was a mixed race slave who lived on Thomas Jefferson's Monticello as his lover for over thirty years and accompanied him to the White House in 1800. This film explores her perspective of Jefferson's incredibly complex views on slavery on the eve of the passage of the 1807 Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves.
Peter Herrick, AEA, SAG-AFTRA
Height: 6’1” Weight: 185 lbs | Eyes: Blue | Hair: light brown | email@example.com