“NOISES OFF” at Northern Stage
Mark will be returning to Northern Stage in spring of 2018, appearing in “Noises Off”, the hilarious British farce by Michael Frayn, directed by Peter Hackett!
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“40 NORTH / THE LOOMING TOWER” – New series for Hulu TV
Mark will be appearing on an upcoming episode of “40 North” (aka “The Looming Tower”), a new series for Hulu starring Emmy-winner Jeff Daniels and Peter Sarsgaard. The series is based based on Lawrence Wright’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 9/11 exposé, concerning the rising threat of Osama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda. It takes a controversial look at how the rivalry between the CIA and FBI inadvertently might have set the stage for the tragedy of 9/11 and the war in Iraq.
From Oscar-nominated Dan Futterman (Foxcatcher), Oscar- and Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney (Going Clear) and Legendary Television.
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“SCHOOL FOR LIES” at Arkansas Repertory Theatre

Mark will be playing Clitander in David Ives riotous adaptation of Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” at Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Directed by Giovanna Sardelli, this 17th Century comedy feels surprisingly relevant as it exposes the hypocrisies of polite high society with a sharp wit and even sharper observations about human nature. Comic master David Ives (All in the Timing, Venus in Fur, Is He Dead?) adapts this wicked farce for contemporary audiences, contrasting the high-brow characters with low-brow humor and employing present-day language that breathes fresh air into this rollicking satire.
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“THE DREYFUS AFFAIR” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music
Mark will be appearing alongside Emmy-winner Peter Scolari in the roles of Henri Drumont and Count Wallsin-Esterhazy in “The Dreyfus Affair”, the third of Ensemble for the Romantic Century’s trilogy of historic plays.
Based on the notorious events surrounding the prosecution (and persecution) of Alfred Dreyfus, a 19th-Century officer in the French Army, the production uses projections, live music and historical sources to tell the dramatic story of anti-Semitism in turn-of-the-century Europe.
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In an exciting collaboration, three historic Vermont theatres will be combining resources to produce Alan Ayckbourn’s brilliantly comic epic trilogy of plays, “Living Together”, “Table Manners” and “Round and Round the Garden” this summer!
Mark will be playing Reg as part of a single cast performing all three plays, one at each theatre.

First up is “Living Together” at Northern Stage in White River Junction, VT, directed by Peter Hackett, April 20-May 8.
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Next up is “Table Manners” at the Dorset Theatre Festival, directed by Evan Yionoulis, June 16-July 2.
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The trilogy closes out with “Round and Round the Garden”, directed by Michael Berresse, July 21-July 30.
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Travel with us to all three theaters to see the full trilogy for an unmatched theatrical experience!


“Private Lives” at Theatreworks in Colorado Springs

Mark will be returning to Theatreworks in Colorado Springs, CO, where he played Charles in “Blithe Spirit” a few seasons back. This time, he’ll be playing Elyot in the Noel Coward classic “Private Lives”, directed by Luke Yankee. The show runs from September 10 through September 27; get your tickets now!

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“Out At Sea” as part of the Drama League’s Directorfest


Mark will be playing the Thin Man–one of the three men lost at sea, trying to decide which one of them should be eaten to sustain the other two, in Polish playwright Slawomir Mrozek’s 1961 one-act “Out At Sea”. A comically absurd allegory, made particularly relevant during this election cycle, “Out At Sea” will be part of this year’s Directorfest, sponsored by the Drama League, and will be directed by 2015 Fellow Sarah Wansley.
Previous alums of the program include Moritz von Stuelpnagel and Tony-winner Diane Paulus.
Performances will be Dec 12 – 15 (Sat – Tues @ 7, & Sun @ 2) at the Barrow Group Theater (312 West 36th Street).



Person of Interest – CBS

Mark will be appearing on an upcoming episode of CBS’ “Person of Interest” (episode: Most Likely to…).  Check out the full season!

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“Christmas Carol” comes to New York!
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Mark will be reprising his roles as Jacob Marley, Bob Cratchit et al in A Christmas Carol at the Theatre at St. Clements in NYC this holiday season!
Adapted by Patrick Barlow (Tony Award winning playwright of The 39 Steps) and directed by Joe Calarco (Shakespeare’s R&J), the world premiere at the Delaware Theatre Company in 2012 was a huge success.  Now, we’re thrilled to be bringing it to New York!  This dark, romantic production features masks, puppetry, music, and the immortal words of Charles Dickens.
Previews start November 16, 2013 and the show runs through January 6th!
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“Mold” reading at NJ Rep
Mark will be doing a reading of the third installment of John Biguenet’s Katrina Trilogy, Mold.  The reading will be at New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, NJ. Monday, October 7 2013 at 7:00pm.


“One Touch of Ava” reading
Mark will be doing a reading of a new play, One Touch of Ava, based on the incredible portraits of Ava Gardner painted by Bert Pfeiffer.  The play is by Julie Gilbert (Puma), and will be at New Jersey Repertory Company on Friday, August 23, 2013 at 4:00pm.


“Happy” at New Jersey Repertory Company
Mark will be appearing as Eduardo in Happy at New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch.  The play, written by Robert Caisley, is part a the National New Play Network’s rolling world premiere.
Performances begin May 30 and run through June 30, 2013!