is a NH-based theatre & multimedia artist, musician, improviser, arts educator and member of the NHTP Resident Company. NHTP performance credits include: I Am My Own Wife, Amadeus (
Mozart), Dreaming Again
(Ensemble / Musician), Waiting for Godot
(Pozzo), Six Characters…
(The Director), 12th Night
(Feste / Composer),
o at NHTP: Finding the Prince
(co-conceived, written, and directed by), the world premiere of Arlington
and Anansi Stories
(Writer/Director). As a member of NHTP's roster of Professional Teaching Artists, CJ leads students of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities in classes and workshops; equipping them with the tools to harness their imaginations and unique creative potential. He also works extensively throughout New England as an artist-in-residence with an interest in engaging students through cross-disciplinary arts and media experiences.
Regionally and locally, CJ has been a frequent collaborator with the Seacoast Repertory Theatre and Seven Stages Shakespeare Company as an actor, director, and composer. He formerly served as an artistic associate, regular company member, and Development Director for Stage Force in southern Maine. CJ has also served as the Director of Programming at Portsmouth Public Media (PPMtv), curating the station’s on-air and web programming, as well as directing regular broadcasts and helping community members share their own stories through public access media. He is currently the Program Manager for PowerPlay - a new professional Applied & Interactive Theatre Company at the University of New Hampshire's that focuses on individual, institution, and social advancement.
CJ Is available for private coaching / lessons / consultation in stage & film acting / directing, voiceover, playwriting, and character development.